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    Lizzie's Stuff

    Lizzie is 12. She loves cooking. Her favorite dinner is chicken curry with rice and pappadums. 2nd fave is shushi, she loves raw quail eggs!
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    It doesn't get any easier than using two ingredients to make a delicious dessert! Try this easy recipe that features chocolate chip cookie bar dough and SWIRLED morsels - a treat that can't be beat.

    Recipe #138203

    My family loves this for breakfast. It is so fun how they puff up. This came out of a Klutz cookbook believe it or not but it is REALLY good.

    Recipe #95485

    Not really a 'recipe', just a way to serve them when you have a lots of kids over, and most important NO MESS to clean up. My DS's and their cousins really had fun with this, and they could layer whatever they wanted. I'm giving just an estimated quantity and serving is for 1 person. To free up your time buy presliced vegetables from the local salad bar in your supermarket, just place them individually in the plastic produce bag and place in salad bar container to keep ingredients apart.

    Recipe #127327

    This is another "clay" recipe from the Savanah Food Company. It is delicate enough to pinch to a paper-thin level and yet sturdy enough to hold its shape. It can be colored in advance with food coloring or bright acrylic paints, yet it can be left in its original white state and painted later. It can be coated with polyurethane or left with a natural bisque finish. Times listed are a guestimate. You'll need ssorted paints, ribbons and pipe cleaners for hanging and decorating.

    Recipe #278559

    From Pie in the Sky food blog. She got the recipe from The Cake Book by Tish Boyle. You can get ginger spread (ginger puree) from the gingerpeople.com

    Recipe #189195

    I'm warning you..if you make these once and share you will forever be at the mercy of your friends family and neighbors. Make them, hide them, eat them in your closet..they are that good.

    Recipe #283660

    10 Reviews |  By Pismo

    I'm not sure what these were originally called, but the recipe came from a Pillsbury Bakeoff cookbook. These are my favorite cookies and I get requests for them all the time. They are a chocolate cookie topped with sugar and pecans and when you bite into them you get a delicious caramel surprise!

    Recipe #145507

    This is so simple and the kids think it's so fun too! Easy, fun way to have breakfast in the morning.

    Recipe #161989

    I retrieved this recipe from my Mom in Ohio. This is a great recipe for get togethers, bake sales or you can freeze the dough in a bowl and just pull out what you need and re-freeze.

    Recipe #295797

    Makes its own crust while baking. Serve this with cheese or whipped cream, or just plain. Super! Recipe is from General Hospital Medical Center in Everett, WA. (The origional recipe calls for the walnuts, cut in half...but I don't like that huge of walnut-chunks at all)

    Recipe #114077

    Found this in the local newspaper just in time to make my Dad his chocolate cream pie for Thanksgiving which he loves. My Dad being a heart patient, I'm looking for ways to lower the fat in everything nowadays.

    Recipe #265994

    My Mom started my sisters and I making these cookies when we were very young. I think it was probably the first thing I ever baked. This recipe produces a rather crisp cookie which we all thought was good.

    Recipe #293342

    This is a combination of two recipes I had combined a long time ago. I make these frequently - to use up my jars of home-canned pumpkin! These freeze very well.

    Recipe #286930

    A Mennonite recipe I found on the internet.

    Recipe #289497

    This is an simple yet delicious sauce that will go well with many different things, you may omit the pineapple tidbits if desired, and if you are not a lover of garlic you may omit that too ----this sauce goes well with my recipe#132546

    Recipe #200031

    Get a glass of cold milk ready! This has been my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe of all time, found in a Betty Crocker cookbook years ago. Once I made it for my HS Latin class and it became a class tradition and a family favorite...Thank you, Betty!

    Recipe #38041

    This is such an easy recipe even my kids make it by themselves. The best part is you can change it up to meet your tastes at the time.

    Recipe #284234

    These chewy cookies are what you remember from your childhood....soft inside, a fragrant spicy aroma, and a crinkle-top that is crusted with sugar. The only change I made from my Grandma's recipe was to get rid of the artery-clogging shortening. These cookies hold up well for shipping - I mail them to my kids who are in college.

    Recipe #260200

    Ah, Ramen noodles. Saviors of the dorm room and late night munchies. My Filipina friend actually taught me this one and I love it!!

    Recipe #235736

    I got this off a recipe card my Mom gave me. Yum!

    Recipe #275558

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