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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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    Nice dip to serve at your parties.

    Recipe #56748

    This isn't really cooking, but it's a cheap and easy way to have almost home-made pizza fast. It's great for starving college students. This is a good source of protein, calcium and vitamin A, and we used to get 5 frozen pizzas for $10.

    Recipe #97868

    My kids love this dinner and so does my husband. I only use about 3/4ths of each can of soup. Its one of my favorites.

    Recipe #75876

    1 Reviews |  By nnreq

    Great down home dish that goes great with baked ham.

    Recipe #38797

    These are so easy that I hesitate to post the recipe. They're a hit with kids, though, and tasty. Also good with sauteed mushrooms.

    Recipe #28210

    From the May 2002 issue of Sunset Magazine. We don't make this recipe often because it's rich, greasy, salty and fattening. Tradition dictates that you eat this right out of an individual sized Frito bag. I prefer to layer the ingredients into a Fiestaware chili bowl and then pay my respect to the Frito gods. Try with a dollop of sour cream.

    Recipe #109862

    Sweet and salty combined!

    Recipe #77797

    Frito, Beef & Chili Casserole

    Recipe #9506

    This is great for times when you don't want to cook, but still want a hot meal. My Dad has always made it, and over the years I have tweaked his recipe a bit. It is very easy to make, takes very little time, and the leftovers are great. It is a meal in itself, though I sometimes enjoy it with a couple of warm flour tortillas.

    Recipe #10239

    Living in the south you find these at football games, Sonic Drive Inn, and just about any fair that you attend. Very tasty and even better with a squirt of mustard.

    Recipe #59661

    I have no idea where I got this recipe, specifically, but I know I picked it up on a Seattle BBS when I was going by the nym of "Sari" back in the late 1980s, and it's still floating around on the internet, here and there. It is attributed to Janet Detter Margul@ The Fifth Dimension (that's an old BBS), in Dallas. An old family favorite and you can even disguise leftover turkey with this recipe.

    Recipe #28293

    This used to be a favorite years ago when I first got married. :) Easy!

    Recipe #28256

    I love Tim's Cascade Style Hot Jalapeno potato chips, and one night when I had the bottom of a bag left over I decided to try it out as a fish crust. It worked wonderfully well, and these fillets are spicy and crunchy and very, very tasty! :)

    Recipe #36626

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is for all you peanut butter and chocolate chip lovers out there. A nice brunch dish for kids and adults alike! You can be flexible with the chips. You can do peanut butter or chocolate together or alone & more or less. Just peanut butter alone is really really GOOD! The chips are the kind you would put into cookies.

    Recipe #98785

    Okay. I love copy cat recipes. This one comes from the Bourbon Street Grille. Cool little way to "bread" or "chip" your chops. HA HA

    Recipe #103785

    Don't waste the crumbs! Saw this on t.v. (Don't remember which show) Tasty!

    Recipe #31054

    I know these sound REALLY STRANGE, but they are good! Try it :)

    Recipe #27164

    I got this from a kind person when I was desperite for a way to liven up my chicken. I was NOT dissappointed by the result. This is a great recipe that keeps the chicken moist and adds some pizzazz with the salty chip coating. The best way I've found to make this, is to use my hands to coat the chicken in sour cream and chicken. Messy, but worth it!

    Recipe #49879

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