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    Great for using up leftover ham & turkey from X-mas but great anytime of the year also. The stock amount could be halved and white wine added for extra flavour.

    Recipe #247449

    My mom makes this every summer! It's low fat and very refreshing. You can make so many different flavors, people never get sick of it. It is one of the most requested desserts that I make. Combination examples:. Orange jello & Mandarine oranges. Cherry jello & Maracino cherries. Strawberry jello & Chopped strawberries. Blueberry jello & Blueberries. (You get the picture! Endless possibilities.).

    Recipe #204468

    I spent almost a year trying to get this recipe perfect. This makes a very thick, tasty smoothie that everyone will love! My husband can't drink enough of them! Note:Blackberries make the best smoothie!

    Recipe #207929

    These are sooooo yummy and very easy. It takes just a few minutes to prepare the strawberries and only seconds to prepare the puff pastry. This is a great summer recipe.

    Recipe #228261

    This is such a simple, but really yummy way to make acorn squash. Sometimes, I just like to eat if for a meal. Oh, it's so good.

    Recipe #283580

    This is my sister's recipe. Every time she makes French toast I always want more! This is a nice change from the traditional way of cooking it and it's still very simple. The brown sugar is what makes the caramel crunch on the outside of the bread! Mmmmm... it's good!

    Recipe #284545


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