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    2 Reviews |  By flower7

    I found this on Kraft's website but made a few changes and additions to suit my own taste. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #460179

    We were headed to my brother & SIL's house for a Father's Day lunch and they have a ceramic cooker. I was instructed to bring a side dish or salad and since I was in the mood for eggplant, and wanted to take advantage of their cooker, I searched for a grilled eggplant salad. I found one that sounded like a good start and after some adjustments and additions, came up with this. Everything except the onion, eggplant, and tomatoes was measured by eye so it is all more or less to taste. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #459053

    1 Reviews |  By flower7

    From Kraft. An "almost" dump cake, as most call for just dumping the cake mix over the rhubarb, then drizzling over the butter and water (instead of mixing them together first). This is also good served cold: bake ahead of time then cool completely - refrigerate until ready to serve.

    Recipe #455486

    I found this on a blog a while back (sorry I don't recall where) and adapted it to what I had available. These can be eaten soon after making though I find the longer they sit, the better they are. They will keep in the refrigerator indefinitely.

    Recipe #447674

    This was inspired by a recipe I saw on Kraft Foods' website, but made my own way. I really enjoyed the smoky spicy hit from the chipotle in the coleslaw paired with the rest of the ingredients. If you want more spice, use a whole chile instead of half. I like to individually freeze the remaining chiles from the can with a little adobo sauce on each one, then bag and save in the freezer for future recipes.

    Recipe #436288

    My sister-in-law made these for an Easter appetizer and I just loved them. She said she got the recipe from Rachel Ray.

    Recipe #421599

    1 Reviews |  By flower7

    This is like a flan or creme brulee. In my family it is known that we no longer will accept pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving as this is 100 times better!!! Decadent, rich and oh soooo good! Will keep refrigerated for up to 2 days (but you'll eat it all before then!)

    Recipe #117263

    2 Reviews |  By flower7

    From Cooking Light. Very fudgy and moist. Prune butter is used in place of oil - it doesn't make the cupcakes taste like prunes! lol

    Recipe #219337

    7 Reviews |  By flower7

    Found at Better Homes & Gardens. I love rhubarb!

    Recipe #301128

    From Guy's Big Bite with Guy Fieri. Like a mixture of Long Island Iced Tea and Grape Soda. Yum! I sometimes add a little extra grape juice (depends on my mood :) )

    Recipe #260670

    2 Reviews |  By flower7

    I got this recipe from my mom who got it from a breakfast cookbook. There are a few similar recipes on Zaar but none quite the same as this one. Mom makes these occasionally for the Rotary breakfast she serves and I'm always begging for the leftovers (when there are any!) I finally got the recipe from her so I can make them myself!

    Recipe #402035

    1 Reviews |  By flower7

    I found this on Kraft's website originally. It is soooo delicious! It is the perfect dessert for after a hot, spicy dinner, as it soothes the palette (speaking from experience). Also just great in general! :) Cook time is freeze time.

    Recipe #133059

    1 Reviews |  By flower7

    My mom made this when my brother & I were kids and I have always had fond memories of it :) She pulled out the recipe yesterday and made one and it was just as good as I remember LOL You can make your own crust or buy a pre-made crust; either way works :)

    Recipe #366712

    1 Reviews |  By flower7

    From Betty Crocker. Feel free to experiment with other fruit or fruit combos (I used peaches & blackberries my first time making this). In place of the canned peaches you can also use 5 cups frozen peaches (or other fruit), thawed and drained. There is a lot of crumble topping on this crisp so you may wish to use a larger pan (11x7 perhaps) and a bit more fruit, but I liked it this way :)

    Recipe #393412

    1 Reviews |  By flower7

    From Quick Cooking magazine, with a couple changes. I used mild salsa and then added hot sauce to taste. Feel free to use a hotter salsa and skip the hot sauce, if you wish.

    Recipe #320729

    2 Reviews |  By flower7

    This is a fairly quick to throw together soup that I came up with recently and quite enjoyed the results! If you can't find refried black beans, you could use cooked black beans that have been pureed.

    Recipe #111466

    3 Reviews |  By flower7

    Originally from Pillsbury, I adapted this recipe to something a bit different than the original. Made them for a party recently, and they disappeared faster than you can say 'Yummy'!

    Recipe #128339

    4 Reviews |  By flower7

    I adopted this recipe from the Recipezaar account. Be sure to rinse and drain the sauerkraut several times when you make this recipe.

    Recipe #8348

    3 Reviews |  By flower7

    This is a quick & easy dressing that I did my best to search for but couldn't find already posted. The original recipe came from a potluck and was on a salad of lettuce, bell pepper, mandarin oranges and sliced almonds. I really like it with a simple salad of lettuce and feta cheese. I had to guess at servings - it makes quite a bit and a little goes a long way. If you don't like sweet dressings, you might want to make another recipe LOL

    Recipe #361733

    I created this rustic dish (with much inspiration from a BHG recipe) to use some homemade chorizo sausage. I quite enjoyed the results...hope you do to!

    Recipe #313989

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