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    This is my spin on a delicious muffin recipe I found on Libby's website. My DH accidentally came home with Pumkin Pie Mix instead of canned Pumpkin -- sometimes the best things come out of mistakes!! The vote has been to favor the white chocolate chips and cinnamon chips, so I usually make a batch of each, but the raisins, Craisins, or semi sweet chocolate chips would all be terrific!!!

    Recipe #226442

    I make these all the time-and my family complains I don't make them enough! I usually make a big batch (3 lbs of turkey breast) so that I can make a couple of meals out of them- Swedish Meatballs, Sweet and Sour Meatballs, Meatballs with Baked Ziti and Marinara, Meatball sandwiches, or just put your favorite sauce on them in a crockpot for a potluck!! Yummy!! Adjust sizes according to the serving size you need, but they freeze well, so it is a great thing to make a big batch and save yourself extra work later! Just add to your favorite dish! **Adjust breadcrumbs as needed to achieve good consistency for forming meatballs. I do tend to eyeball things, so some measurements are approximate! ;) (Swedish meatballs base for ZWT3)

    Recipe #196018

    This is my spin on a quick, easy, healthy version of zucchini soup a friend of ours served at a party. This is a nice, thick soup -- much like a split pea in consistency. Mediterranean flavor.

    Recipe #333381

    This is my spin on my Mom's famous shrimp salad -adapted for my DH's tastes - which means no mayo or mustard. ;) I tend to sprinkle, pour and shake until the consistency and flavor are to my (our)liking, so please bear that in mind as you make this and adjust the flavor to your liking. ;) **My mom makes this using Knott's Honey Dijon dressing in place of the Berenstein's....and it is great - a bit less of the savory seasonings as it is a different flavor, but DH will NOT eat that one - hence my version. His friends ask for this when we have parties or take trips. **Prep time is boiling of pasta and chopping, Cook time is assembling pasta. Chill time not included as it is not required.****Can make this ahead and increase the serving size for large gatherings easily as it is usually a hit anywhere we take it*** ****Can make this ahead and increase the serving size for large gatherings easily as it is usually a hit anywhere we take it***

    Recipe #292663

    This is a quick work night dinner we throw together when we are busy. Tasty and healthy, but best of all, my family will eat it! :) I usually grab a mixed fresh bag of broccoli, cauliflower and carrots when time is short and steam it 3/4 of the way through the rice ( times depend on your individual steamer - mine takes 50 minutes for long grain brown rice so I time the rest of mel accordingly). Brown rice is definitely a heathy choice, a little nutty or firmer in texture, but give them this flavorful dish and they will gulp down the rice and those dreaded veggies! **Kikkoman Teriyaki Baste and Glaze with Honey and Pineapple** is what gives this recipe the ease and flavor.

    Recipe #348149

    A healthy and delicious recipe I found online from the New York Times. YUMMY! A short series on shell bens - their uses and benefits. Sept 21, 2009

    Recipe #392508

    A great makeover quiche with loads of flavor but not the calories! Cook Yourself Thin tv. :) You can add any veggies you like - experiment - the key is the crust "replacement" and the lower fat - less oils/butters and creams.

    Recipe #391788

    Something I threw together to go with a marinated pork roast. The family inhaled it and DH took the rest to work the next day, so I guess it is a hit! ;) I have been told it is one to continue to make for them! Great for a quick work night meal!! ** I have made it with and without the white wine depending on if I have it on hand and they like it both ways!

    Recipe #209141

    I found this one web surfing and thought it sounded intersting, since I love both artichokes and potatoes. ;) It didn't specify the size of can for the artichokes, but this is what I found for average non-marinated - adjust to taste. ;)

    Recipe #219869

    A healthy, Spring version of a classic dish that will rev up your "motor" so to speak! Tangerines are reported to be very healthful- helping fight odd infection,reduce bad cholesterol, reduce stress and prevent kidney stones. YUMMY TOO! This recipe was found in FIRST magazine, March 17, 2008 issue. **Note Zaar didn't recognize Szechuan stir-fry sauce, but that is what is called for, spicy Szechuan stir-fry sauce.

    Recipe #289793

    A New Mexican favorite meatless dish often eaten during Lent when traditional Catholics abstained from meat dishes. Quoted from the Bueno foods website. Another delicious chile - red or green! NOTE recipe calls for Bueno frozen red chile, but Zaar does not recognize this. It is not whole might seem implied here.

    Recipe #291260

    A zesty spin on a loaded baked potato from the Bueno foods website. YUMMY!!

    Recipe #291259

    From Fran Warde’s useful little book Party and quoted from Scotland Sunday website. A fun,stylish party dessert!

    Recipe #250419

    This recipe is from the Pup's Cider webiste and looks famously delicious!! **cook time does not include the overnight soak for dried beans. Make a big batch and freeze, good beans are worth the prep time!! Great to take to a potluck,HOLIDAY dinner,you name it. Beans are always a welcomed dish!!

    Recipe #220700

    This is a yummy looking dessert I am going to try from Sandra Lee today on the Food Network along with her other lemon recipes. My hubby loves Creme Brulee - it's his favorite dessert in fact, and I think I could manage this one for Valentine's Day. ;) I will post a pic if it turns out! It looked scrumptious on tv- lemons and blueberries mmmm...c'mon summer!!

    Recipe #212090

    This is one of our family traditions that has been passed down from generation to generation. My cousin Tammy and her Mom have made the best for years so no one has really attempted it - until the family gatherings slowed down and I found the recipe. Guess I may have to try my hand at it -these really are to die for!! **crust prep time not included in this protion of recipe*** Tammy's Fried Pie Pastry Recipe #214569 or Traditional Fried Pie Pastry Recipe #214575 preferred

    Recipe #214574

    A nice fish bake recipe taken from FIRST magazine March 17, 2008 issue. Looks delicious!

    Recipe #289789

    A great basic recipe for a fast side dish - who doesn't like to dress up their veggies? I use regular olive oil as I haven't found the "O Olive Oil" called for in the recipe yet - but posted it as written. Also like to sprinkle with a little (light) bit of freshly shredded/grated Parmesan cheese for a nice twist. Another nice, quick and easy recipe from Sandra Lee on the Food Network - work night meals woohoo!! Check out the other recipes from this episode that compliment this well:Lemon-Herb Butter-Basted Chicken, Lemon Chicken Soup, Lemon Pudding Brulee with Blueberries, and a nice Lemon Cream Martini. YUMMY!! ;)

    Recipe #212120

    My Dad insists on Snickerdoodles every year for Father's Day, his birthday, the holidays- any excuse he can think of to get me to make these!! My hubby and kids don't mind them either!! I make my version of this Betty Crocker recipe.:) Great for gifting friends too! I don't use self-rising flour ever on these, but included the info in case someone did in the ingredients. I DO add extra flour when needed if the consistency of the cookies aren't what I want- more flour makes them "fluffier". Adjust accordingly each time you make based on your personal taste!

    Recipe #195899

    These are delicious looking, easy and MUCH better for you! I saw it this morning on Cook Yourself Thin!

    Recipe #391331

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