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    What's better than bread pudding ? This sounds delish ! Another recipe out of my Missouri Amish cookbook 1990. I am unsure of the serving size or pan size.

    Recipe #237760

    From the Route 66 Cookbook. This sounds like comfort food and one that my family will surely enjoy ! Serve over wild rice, pasta or mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #236484

    From the Arkansas Favorites Cookbook. Wrapped up in decorated cellophane, this would make a nice gift!

    Recipe #259841

    Another favorite out of my Amish cookbook ! We used to live near an Amish community and their doughnuts and breads were unbelievable ! Time listed does not include the rising or frying.

    Recipe #249578

    Perfect for gift giving! This recipe came from a local grocery.

    Recipe #270531

    I know, why would anyone combine brussel sprouts and grapes? These are fabulous! This came from a newspaper clipping in Missouri dated 1993.

    Recipe #270988

    These yummy brownies came from a lady I knew that worked in a high school lunchroom. The pan is a large jelly roll pan with 1" sides. My kids love these !

    Recipe #230277

    An easy recipe for these yummy sticks! Who knew my boys would enjoy these so much?

    Recipe #271263

    The Amish community sure makes great white bread ! I have not included prep time here, only bake time.

    Recipe #236824

    Lots of spice in this one, just as Bobby is known for. I clipped this out of our newspaper which credits Bobby Flay's Mesa Grill Cookbook.

    Recipe #314070

    A nice topping for a Christmas pudding or hot mince pies ! Serving size is one jar.

    Recipe #236843

    Perfect for gift giving ! From the Collectibles II Cookbook.

    Recipe #259885

    Got this from a local grocery store holiday book. I have not tried this yet, but it is on my list! Serving size is 2 cups.

    Recipe #266211

    This brings back memories of early childhood in England. I love making this up, but I finish the whole thing as my kids don't understand my joy of this treat.

    Recipe #236841

    Flavored butters are the best ! My family has this on hand around the holidays, but it can be made anytime. Great on yeasty rolls or crackers. We make it with the jellied cranberry for a smoother consistency.

    Recipe #243488

    Perfect on a summer salad. This recipe is to be used after making, so if you plan on chilling it, put the blender/bullet container in the fridge until use. Right before serving, pulse ingredients again and pour over salad. Recipe clipped from the newspaper earlier this year. Serving size is 2 T.

    Recipe #314056

    Stuff your celery with this for a nice change of flavor. I love it on water crackers as well. You can also add some of the cucumber peel if you like that added taste.

    Recipe #237024

    I was asked to make a brownie crunch recipe made by the Neelys for a cookout. I didn't have all the ingredients, so this is what I came up with instead and they were gone in no time! Variations galore on the center fillings. You can use 5 regular sized Hershey bars, or use 3 of the bigger bars that are approx. 5.3oz. I used 3 Lindt intense dark bars.

    Recipe #313939

    When corn on the cob is in season, take some time to put some away for winter. Serving size based on 1 quart.

    Recipe #234758

    Watched her make these on Everyday Italian. Looks like they were simple to make, which is good because I bet they would be eaten very quickly !

    Recipe #236108

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