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    Recipe #3458

    This recipe is from David Wolfe's book "The Sunfood Diet Success System".

    Recipe #39334

    A family favorite for ham leftovers. We are wild about it on toast.Great as a grilled sandwich too. A refreshing spread for sandwiches or crackers as an appetizer.

    Recipe #10403

    Very quick supper or casserole for taking to potluck.

    Recipe #35815

    I know, this isn't technically a "casserole," but it tastes just as good and is ready to eat in just minutes. Great for those last minute, quickie lunches!

    Recipe #11535

    This is such a nice way to reheat a steak. I wouldn't do it if the steak was originally cooked past medium, as it will become tough. If you do this correctly the meat will be falling off the bone and tender--isn't that better than the microwave?

    Recipe #29431

    58 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Betcha can't eat just one!

    Recipe #13526

    These are soooo easy to make and they are sooo good! would make a good afternoon snack for the kids.

    Recipe #20782

    Better-than-store-bought tortilla chips. Dig in.

    Recipe #14578

    17 Reviews |  By MJane

    My mother made this often for my daughter and her neighbor friends when they came home from school each day. They loved it and asked their parents to call my mom for recipe. Of course, it would normally be a side dish.

    Recipe #26629

    This is the easiest dinner!! One pot, one serving dish...only minutes to prepare AND cook! When corn on the cob is not in season, I simply add a drained can of corn. Leftovers taste even better!! Not sure where I got this recipe, but I have made this dish over and over again and never get tired of it.

    Recipe #200960

    2 Reviews |  By Amy1234

    Easy early morning breakfast

    Recipe #34134

    This is a really quick to fix appetizer for drop in guests or to take to potlucks! My kids love these so I always keep some made up in the fridge for a quick snack.

    Recipe #9504

    Mom has made these every year during the holidays since I was a child. The family loves them and they are quite simple to make.

    Recipe #15431

    3 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Quick dish and tasty. I usually cut back on the amount of pasta to 1/2 pound.

    Recipe #11647

    This is a good little appetizer. I like them with a little sour cream.

    Recipe #89903

    9 Reviews |  By Devon S

    Great little pizzas. Use this basic recipe and add, remove, modify with your favorite ingredients. Great for low-fat diets when you're craving some 'zaah!

    Recipe #36619

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