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    Junk Food Gourmet

    Here's a collection of dishes, sweet and savory both, made from "junk food." Candy bars, breakfast cereal, chips, frozen pizza, tater tots, what-have-you. There's a lot of duplication here on Zaar of these recipes, so I've tried to choose one of each version. If you find a unique one that should go into the cookbook, please let me know!
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    1 Reviews |  By Pumpkie

    This recipe is from Walt Disney's Pop Century Resort. I have not made it yet but my hubby loves Tiramisu and this looks fun and different.

    Recipe #118347

    Using Hostess Twinkies, you can make this delicious dessert in a snap! It is one of my favorites. I hope you like it too! Cooking time is chill time.

    Recipe #117733

    this is in honor of twinkies 75th anniversary. it is nice to know that junk food now has a place in american culinary history(tongue in cheek)

    Recipe #117489

    I first saw these at a bake sale and was so impressed. You bake a ball of dough in a mini-muffin tin, bake, and press a Reese's peanut butter cup into it after you take it out of oven. You are left with a picture-perfect tart, receiving "oohs and aahs" and "how did you do it?" You could even use the refrigerated sugar/peanut butter cookie dough too.

    Recipe #113299

    Delicious! Very quick and easy to throw together. People will request the recipe over and over again.

    Recipe #115048

    In the dim recesses of my memory, I recall being served something like this at church potlucks when I was little. I figured I might as well try it out and write it down - someone might find it interesting and tasty. ;) The onion rings in this casserole bake into a nice kind of "onion fluff."

    Recipe #114920

    Recipe #36851

    These are the best bars I have ever had and the best thing is that their is only 6 ingredients!!!

    Recipe #36818

    This is so easy and so good! From Woman's Day magazine.

    Recipe #91515

    4 Reviews |  By Big Sis

    I saw this on Paula's Home Cooking and just had to try it. It was absolutely heavenly! This was my first time trying a cheesecake and it was soooooo easy. I highly recommend this. Just wonderful!

    Recipe #110863

    7 Reviews |  By xxoo

    This is a fool proof, quick and easy way to whip up a tasy dish when the cupboard is bare. I am both thrilled and amazed how easy it is to turn a packet of 'Top Ramen type' noodles into a gourmet dish!

    Recipe #61904

    When you think of a trifle, you may think of a fancy and elegant dessert. I got this recipe quite a few years ago from a "sample lady" at the supermarket. Though she made it with strawberry Pop Tarts and strawberries, you could use blueberry Pop Tarts and blueberries for variation. This is a fun trifle- one for the kids (of all ages, of course!)

    Recipe #104580

    Recipe #52213

    I used to get my hair done at my hairdresser's house. One day she was cooking this soup and it gave the air a delicious aroma. She has since moved away but I still make this soup and it always gets raves!

    Recipe #100129

    This was an experiment that worked right the first time. I'm still amazed.

    Recipe #93749

    This is an easy "white trash" recipe that I found in a local newspaper when I was in college. It's actually quite good, despite its ingredients and simplicity.

    Recipe #83243

    An addictive treat! This "recipe" is perfect for sleepovers, when the girls (of all ages) are craving junk food. It might sound weird, yes, but once you've had it, you'll never forget your love for Cookie Mud.

    Recipe #27090

    29 Reviews |  By yamma

    I found this recipe while surfing the net. I've not tried it yet. Sounds really easy to "Dew"....

    Recipe #61755

    When we were kids, we always called these yip yips. I guess that is a Midwestern thing. I've been looking for a sloppy joe recipe that tasted like my mom's for years (she always just threw it together and I could never get the taste) and finally found it. Since we're Pepsi lovers, I substituted it for the Coca Cola.

    Recipe #109671

    Don't be scared! These are actually pretty darn good. I wish I could take the credit, but this is something my dear old dad came up with. DH and I refused to even THINK about trying them for years, but once we did...we wondered what took us so long!

    Recipe #86388

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