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    A favorite of my husband and daughter. A few reviewers have mentioned the number of pans used. This is how I avoid that being a problem. After I cook & drain the broccoli, I place it in the casserole dish while I use the same pan to make the sauce. I then pour the broccoli back into the pan to coat it and return it all to the casserole dish. Rinse the saucepan out, it doesn't need to be 'clean' just rinsed, and then use the same pan to make the melted butter and bread crumb mixture. If you use the microwave to cook your broccoli, just use the casserole dish to cook it in. Hope that helps!

    Recipe #5092

    Every time I make this, people beg me for the recipe. It's the perfect combination of sweet and savory; the ultimate comfort-food pie.

    Recipe #239600

    Just as good if not better than the restaurant. And, as those Jiffy cake mixes become harder to find, this will always be available!

    Recipe #239601

    My mom uses this in her catering business frequently. It's the perfectly pleasing one-dish dinner, sure to please men, women and children. For as silly as the name is, it's really a remarkable recipe. Delicious served on its own, or with a fruit or simple green salad.

    Recipe #239734

    Another one of Grammy's recipes; she's been gone a long time, but these are still a topic of discussion whenever Grammy comes up. A great depression-era favorite.

    Recipe #239823

    Every time my family has a get together, my Aunt Bev is in charge of bringing the cream puffs. No matter how many times I've asked her for the recipe, I continue to lose it. I figured posting it here would keep it at hand forever. Don't let the steps involved trick you--these will be the easiest (and most delicious!) puffs you'll ever try!

    Recipe #239851

    I never knew how much I liked chocolate pie until I ditched the pudding mix and made it from scratch! This also makes a really wicked chocolate pudding, if you're ever so inclined.

    Recipe #239853

    My mom found this recipe years ago, and it quickly became a favorite for special occasions. It's not hard to make--it's just so good, it seems like it needs to be reserved for something special!

    Recipe #239862

    Grammy used to bring these over every Christmas morning. We were supposed to eat them with the goose, ham, or whatever meat we were having, but they hardly ever made it that long.

    Recipe #239865

    Even a beginner can do it! This was one of the first recipes my mom taught me to make.

    Recipe #239872

    This is sooooo easy. A great way to use the pickings from your rotisserie chicken, or the leftover turkey from Thankgiving dinner. Serve with a simple green salad for a fuss-free dinner.

    Recipe #239874

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