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    Oozing Slime Truffles are citrus-scented white chocolate truffles with a deliciously creepy oozing green filling! These make perfect Halloween candies, and can be customized with different flavors infused into the ganache. Try adding vanilla beans, cinnamon sticks, or lime zest to the cream instead of lemon zest. You will need truffle candy molds (available at most cake stores or craft stores) for this recipe. Preparation time includes cooling times - cooking is off and on through the preparation processes and is not listed separately.

    Recipe #461651

    Pumpkin Spice Truffles are pumpkin-shaped truffles that are bursting with flavor from pumpkin puree, cream cheese, cinnamon graham crackers, and plenty of spices. The cream cheese flavor isn't overwhelming, but it does give these pumpkin truffles a bit of a pumpkin cheesecake flavor--which is a definite plus in my book! If you want to stay more traditional you can dip these in regular chocolate instead of making them look like miniature pumpkins.

    Recipe #461682

    Posted for "Back to School Photo Tag Lunchbox Special" When cooking with a thermos bottle, it is important to use a thermos that will hold heat the longest, and last the longest under heavy use and abuse. This recipe is based on a 16-17 oz Stanley Food Thermos. The food thermos has a wide mouth lids with an insulated lid that doubles as a bowl. You made need to adjust the amounts to fit your thermos.

    Recipe #461684

    Posted for "Back to School Photo Tag Lunchbox Special" When cooking with a thermos bottle, it is important to use a thermos that will hold heat the longest, and last the longest under heavy use and abuse. This recipe is based on a 1 Qt Stanley Food Thermos. The food thermos has a wide mouth lids with an insulated lid that doubles as a bowl. You made need to adjust the amounts to fit your thermos

    Recipe #461689

    When my twins were two years old I was working evenings. They loved pasta and cheese and it was easy for my hubby to fix. But by itself it is not too healthy. I devised a series of recipes based on a box (or two) of Shells and Cheese and various cans of food. The shells and cheese called for in these recipes are the kind with the cheese sauce, not the powder kind. HINT: If you children are new to "additives" in their pasta and cheese dish puree the carrots and add when you add the cheese sauce. Gradually leave bigger and bigger chunks in the cheese sauce.

    Recipe #462033

    When my twins were two years old I was working evenings. They loved pasta and cheese and it was easy for my hubby to fix. But by itself it is not too healthy. I devised a series of recipes based on a box (or two) of Shells and Cheese and various cans of food. The shells and cheese called for in these recipes are the kind with the cheese sauce, not the powder kind.

    Recipe #462034

    When my twins were two years old I was working evenings. They loved pasta and cheese and it was easy for my hubby to fix. But by itself it is not too healthy. I devised a series of recipes based on a box (or two) of Shells and Cheese and various cans of food. The shells and cheese called for in these recipes are the kind with the cheese sauce, not the powder kind.

    Recipe #462042

    Posted at my SIL's request.

    Recipe #462184

    When my twins were two years old I was working evenings. They loved pasta and cheese and it was easy for my hubby to fix. But by itself it is not too healthy. I devised a series of recipes based on a box (or two) of Shells and Cheese and various cans of food. The shells and cheese called for in these recipes are the kind with the cheese sauce, not the powder kind. Remember this is a mac and cheese dish not real paella made with rice and without cheese.

    Recipe #462325

    When my twins were two years old I was working evenings. They loved pasta and cheese and it was easy for my hubby to fix. But by itself it is not too healthy. I devised a series of recipes based on a box (or two) of Shells and Cheese and various cans of food. The shells and cheese called for in these recipes are the kind with the cheese sauce, not the powder kind.

    Recipe #462328

    When my twins were two years old I was working evenings. They loved pasta and cheese and it was easy for my hubby to fix. But by itself it is not too healthy. I devised a series of recipes based on a box (or two) of Shells and Cheese and various cans of food. The shells and cheese called for in these recipes are the kind with the cheese sauce, not the powder kind.

    Recipe #462331

    I could not find the sauce called for in Recipe #438923 so I found this recipe and posted it.

    Recipe #462705

    When my twins were two years old I was working evenings. They loved pasta and cheese and it was easy for my hubby to fix. But by itself it is not too healthy. I devised a series of recipes based on a box (or two) of Shells and Cheese and various cans of food. The shells and cheese called for in these recipes are the kind with the cheese sauce, not the powder kind. In this recipe you can also use your Thanksgiving leftovers instead of the canned turkey.

    Recipe #463661

    When my twins were two years old I was working evenings. They loved pasta and cheese and it was easy for my hubby to fix. But by itself it is not too healthy. I devised a series of recipes based on a box (or two) of Shells and Cheese and various cans of food. The shells and cheese called for in these recipes are the kind with the cheese sauce, not the powder kind.

    Recipe #463663

    When my twins were two years old I was working evenings. They loved pasta and cheese and it was easy for my hubby to fix. But by itself it is not too healthy. I devised a series of recipes based on a box (or two) of Shells and Cheese and various cans of food. The shells and cheese called for in these recipes are the kind with the cheese sauce, not the powder kind. Note this is very mild - remember it was designed for two year olds. You can increase the spices as desired.

    Recipe #463665

    These simple jelly candies can be made using almost any juice, as long as it has been strained (if necessary). Try making a few different varities to serve together. Also experiment with different shapes, and with rolling the jellies in sugar and leaving them plain. You can either use molded pans or a regular pan and cut the candies out. If you like your candies firmer add an additional tbsp of gelatin.

    Recipe #460987

    These chewy, fruity gelatin-based treats take their name from the store-bought candy, often sold in movie theaters. Fortunately, this version produces a candy that's easier on the dental work. You can substitute other fruit purees--such as raspberry or blackberry--for the strawberry puree.

    Recipe #460989

    Blueberry Gummies get their fruit flavor from blue gelatin and a hidden surprise--a fresh blueberry inside the candy! I love the two-tone look of these gummy candies, and the fresh berry taste and texture elevate these from your standard gummy candy recipe. For this recipe you will need at least one candy mold that is fairly deep. I like to use what's called a "bonbon" or "truffle" mold, because it's deep enough to allow me to hide a blueberry in the center. If you use shallower molds you can omit the blueberry and also the two-tone gelatin effect. This recipe yields 8 gummies approximately 1" round and 1" tall.

    Recipe #460990

    Healthy and fun! Clipped from Family Fun Magazine.

    Recipe #460840

    From Family Fun Magazine

    Recipe #460841

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