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    I know jello isn't for everyone but I love it so we have it often. I have a few recipes for jello molds and this is one of them. Refrigeration time is not included in prep or cook time.

    Recipe #257544

    We really enjoy this dish. It's easy to make and tastes great. I have made it with boneless chicken (baking for 35-40 minutes) and with bone-in chicken -- it's great both ways. The recipe comes from TOH Chicken Cookbook.

    Recipe #144978

    Give a little twist to your orange juice!

    Recipe #144979

    A cake with the flavor of macaroons. The recipe comes from Southern Living Christmas Cookbook.

    Recipe #143743

    Easy to make on Christmas morning! Serve with a fruit salad and juice and coffee.

    Recipe #143594

    My favorite sweet potato recipe. Originally from Southern Living, it is now our family tradition. It is definately on the sweet side. Prep time does include the time it takes to boil the potatoes.

    Recipe #107375

    An excellent way to use up garden produce.

    Recipe #126569

    Patriotic cupcakes that can be used for any occasion. You can always substitute your own recipe for white cake and white frosting. In regards to the comment below, I went back to the original recipe to check and it does call for 2 tablespoons of batter per color -- I have never had any problems and I actually get 12 cupcakes out of this recipe. I use scant tablespoons. If anyone is worried, try it with teaspoons instead of tablespoons or even 1 tablespoon of the batters per cupcake.

    Recipe #126930

    A great Southern Living Recipe. Plan ahead, the onions are caramelized in the crock pot. Onions are not included in the prep time or cooking time.

    Recipe #118126

    A winner from Southern Living where it is a 5 star recipe!

    Recipe #120464

    I think this recipe came from Southern Living. A wonderful little muffin to serve at breakfast or brunch.

    Recipe #121348

    I leave out the nutmeg and use the real bacos for recipes from Oscar Mayer. Prep time does not include time to prepare your mashed potatoes. For the prepared mashed potatoes, all I do is mash up the potatoes and add a tablespoon of butter then continue on with the recipe.

    Recipe #121668

    This recipe is sooo good! Substitute 1/2 cup of orange juice for the bourbon if desired.

    Recipe #121669

    A wonderful, light tasting dessert for the summer. The recipe comes from an old magazine. Cook time does not include the time it takes to bake the angel food cake.

    Recipe #121878

    A recipe posted for the Strawberry swap.

    Recipe #122161

    A delicious recipe from a magazine.

    Recipe #124386

    Definately NOT a low calorie, low fat recipe. You can make them less fattening by prepare as directed except use light sour cream, reduced fat cheeses, and reducing the butter to 2 tablespoons. Omit chopped avocado.

    Recipe #124422

    This is such a flavorful marinade for rib eyes. The recipe calls for marinating the steaks for 15 minutes at room temperature, but I marinated all afternoon in the refrigerator and they were wonderful!

    Recipe #124741

    I baked the sub at 350º for about 20 minutes until the sub was hot and cheese was melting since we like our subs hot. It is quick and easy to make and you can add more meat and cheese if desired. I also topped the sub with shredded lettuce. Onions would be another nice addition.

    Recipe #124783

    This is so yummy, easy to do, and looks great bagged up in individual size bags.

    Recipe #124977

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