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    Kind of taste like almound Joy bars without the nuts. If you do want nuts, you can add them in the coconut mixture. I put in 1 cup chopped pecans or almounds, what ever I have in the house at the time.

    Recipe #35575

    A good substitute if Mascarpone cheese is hard to find in your area.

    Recipe #66077

    This is the recipe I use as a substitute for Kraft's Catalina Dressing.

    Recipe #44124

    Note:This is one of the recipes I adopted in the Great 'Zaar Ophan Adoption of 2005. I hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #70165

    These are "BIG COOKIES"....Everyone LOVES them.

    Recipe #48196

    These are great cookies.

    Recipe #35230

    Simple syrup for pancakes or icecream.

    Recipe #25628

    Delicious and easy. Great for your holiday gift baskets.

    Recipe #15967

    I saw this recipe on a television show and it is a "good thing!"

    Recipe #15589

    This is a great mix to give as gifts for the Holidays. Ingredients are layered in a quart-size canning jar which can be decorated.

    Recipe #44824

    These are so easy to make, and really are similar to tootsi rolls. Yield is depending on how you cut them.

    Recipe #96539

    I found this one at www.stretcher.com while looking for "homemade baking mixes". This recipe comes out rich and fudgy every single time. It's also very easy to put together initially. Prep time is the time it takes to mix a full batch of brownie mix and put it in bags. Putting it in bags is not necessary, it's just something I do to make an easy thing even easier. Please Note: I have changed the Yield. It was 12 bags. I made a batch tonight and got 10 bags. In my neck of the woods, the cost of each bags-worth of mix comes to $0.53, making this the least expensive dessert in my cookbook. I arrived at this price using Hershey's cocoa.

    Recipe #116597

    Easy to make and wonderful to have on hand. A real money saver. Great to give bottles of these great dry mixes as shower gifts.

    Recipe #27560

    14 Reviews |  By Mirj

    My mother used to talk about making her own cheese back in the "Old Country". This makes a good creamy cheese, with no preservatives.

    Recipe #13373

    This recipe makes 9 pounds of sausage. Feel free to change any ingredients to suit your own taste. When checking for spice, place a small amount in the microwave, cook through and then taste.

    Recipe #28657

    A dry herb blend for giving any ground meat a "sausage" flavoring. Try this not only with ground pork, but also ground turkey, beef, or chicken. Adapted from a recipe that came with one of my pizza pans. Recipe can be doubled, tripled, etc as needed. Each batch is enough to season 1 pound of meat. Leave out the crushed red pepper flakes for milder sausage.

    Recipe #102718

    Wanna make your own cereal? Here's a great recipe for homemade grapenuts! You may half this recipe easily.

    Recipe #58807

    3 Reviews |  By JustaQT

    So delicious and simple.

    Recipe #70786

    45 Reviews |  By Dee514

    I've had this recipe for about 30 years and I really can't remember where I got it from. Since I never owned a "yogurt maker", I always used this method. The recipe makes a surprisingly good "plain" yogurt. Cook/prep times do not include the 4 hour setting time or the 8 hour chilling time. **Note: After you make your first batch of homemade yogurt, you can use your homemade plain yogurt as the starter for future batches.

    Recipe #32460

    You can make your own wild yeast starter from scratch. The yeast is already on the grains you use in the starter. You just need to create the right conditions to wake them up! The pineapple juice may sound like a strange ingredient, but it is what makes this recipe work so well. The juice creates an acidic environment that prevents bad bacteria from taking over and causing spoilage during the fermentation period.

    Recipe #116648

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