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These are so good and addicting. They make a great addition to your holiday plate or just when you want a nice sweet treat.

Recipe #512561

This is my mom's "famous" spinach souffle casserole. It makes fans of spinach from spinach haters. Amusing because there are no eggs. Tip - I make this a day or two ahead and stash it in the fridge and pop it in the oven when I take out the turkey.

Recipe #510037

2 Reviews |  By Molly53

I found this online and thought it was too good not to share.

Recipe #355887

Luscious Berry Desserts, Lori Longbottom

Recipe #372953

From a Pillsbury holiday cookbook, these simple candies are quick, easy and delicious.

Recipe #147861

This recipe is as old as the hills. I've made it for the last 50 years and it was old when I got it. I thought it would be a good addition, so that young cooks can see how easy it is to make a basic sausage. You can play with it, add more spice or whatever. I do suggest trying it as written first. Just as good as what you can buy, but you know what is in there. I make a double recipe and then freeze it. It is really easy and quick to whip this up and costs a lot less than store bought. Prep time does not include sitting in the fridge for 24 hours.

Recipe #37881

Recipe submitted by Mel Chencharick, from a Gooseberry Patch cookbook. Saving for safe keeping.

Recipe #487294

This is a great appetizer or compliment to a meal. We find it so much better than the jars we purchase which cost anywhere from $5 to $8 for an eight ounce jar. You will be amazed!

Recipe #15982

6 Reviews |  By wyojess

This is one of my all-time favorite recipes from Pampered Chef. They're quick, easy and can be made in bulk and frozen for later. Such an attractive appetizer, too! From a pampered chef invitation I received from a friend.

Recipe #266538

I've recently discovered srircha hot chili sauce. It's the red sauce with the green twisty cap and rooster on the lable in the Asian aisle of your grocer. Probably the sauce that you've noticed for years and years and always thought naaaaawwww. Well let me tell you, I, too, never thought to buy it until ZWT #6 Asian Tag and it's not too late for you, either. It's got a sweet heat that can easily become your secret weapon. For another recipe for srircha mayo, see Recipe #431714.

Recipe #431929

My mother was known for her divinty and this recipe always came out perfectly. It melts in your mouth and is a holiday favorite. Also, this makes a great gift.

Recipe #77614

3 Reviews |  By Lara H

These come from the Eagle Brand Holiday Magic cookbook. I haven't made these yet but am looking forward to adding them to my gift tins this holiday season. I'm also planning to flatten some and dip them in chocolate like york peppermint patties. Cook time listed is time to let set.

Recipe #140312

1 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

We have an abundance of peppers (of all sorts) growing wonderfully in our garden, so I came up with this wonderful medium heat level sauce (adjustable) that went great as an accompiment with our broiled cod fish fillets. Use it for any recipe calling for Thai chili sauce. Also great as a warm drizzle over a light salad (or how about over ice cream?). This is also a great canning or OAMC recipe! Great for gift giving/gift baskets. Recipe doubles, triples, etc. quite easily, just needing longer time to reduce down.

Recipe #482075

This from "Cuisines of Portuguese Encounters", in which the author gives recipes she had during travelling thru Portugal and its former colonies. This is a Brazilian recipe, named for a famous Brazilian Air Force Commander in the 1940's. He was a chocoholic. Often served at birthday parties and other festivities. I haven't made it yet.

Recipe #374072

3 Reviews |  By Rita~

Great straight for a cold Winter Day! Give away as Holiday gifts! Add to Cranberry,Apple Spiced Tea recipe #48626,hot apple juice,or tea. Soak a cooked chocolate cake with it(Chocolate spiced rum cake). Use the Liqueur to glaze pork roast, duck or a chicken!

Recipe #72637

This recipe is a hit with friends and family. It is an appetizer and is delicious spread on crackers, or as a spreadable vegetable dip. Makes and excellent hostess gift. *Note: This is best if prepared with OLD (Sharp) Cheddar Cheese

Recipe #310911

From Tony Chachere's CAJUN COUNTRY COOKBOOK. Tony says to "use it like you would salt" Store in an airtight jar.

Recipe #118154

2 Reviews |  By Feej

This recipe is from my husbands grandmother. It's a family favorite. We don't know where she got it from. We were married 10 years before she gave me the recipe.

Recipe #249711

6 Reviews |  By Brenda.

A rather inexpensive gift idea would be to make up a small basket, include a jar of Peach Crumb Cake Mix tied with a pretty ribbon, and a can of peach pie filling.

Recipe #194237

2 Reviews |  By PaulaG

I saw this recipe in a magazine at my doctor's office this afternoon and then when I was doing some shopping I saw them again advertised as hot chocolate for 2 using the optional ingredients listed. I thought they were very cute to give as gifts to co-workers, teachers, or to include in a gift basket with a special mug. You will need 2 (6 x 12) clear cone bags and 2 clear rubber bands to make the cones. I couldn't list with the ingredients list.

Recipe #204031

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