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    This is my favorite way to make popcorn! Courtesy of Rachael Ray.

    Recipe #276788

    A different kind of nut recipe if you love nuts and great to prepare in a crock pot.

    Recipe #139412

    This is caramel corn with an holiday twist! It's very addictive! I love making this and putting in small decorative bags and give as gifts to friends and teachers.

    Recipe #111867

    With the popularity of cupcakes, these are sure to be a hit w/a surprise inside.

    Recipe #276719

    All my favorites rolled into one square. I'm in heaven--

    Recipe #275567

    3 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    These pretzels are so ugly their 'oogely'... What better name for them (can you say it 4 times, fast?). They are not very attractive, but the taste is outstanding! The pretzels are not very sweet because they are made to go with the dip. If you prefer not to use the dip, increase the sugar in the dough.

    Recipe #266041

    A favorite for children and grown ups alike. A combination of corn syrup, peanut butter, and Rice Krispies with your choice of ice cream or yogurt sandwiched in between.Place a piece of plastic wrap on top of the cereal mixture and then press down with your hands if you wish to keep your hands clean. I keep a plastic quilt ruler with my baking supplies for measuring squares and pastry. From a magazine clipping. No baking required!

    Recipe #230524

    3 Reviews |  By Redsie

    From Ricardo. You can add the spices you like!! :)

    Recipe #257521

    13 Reviews |  By KelBel

    These are fantastic. The pumpkin version. This recipe is from a small business owner in Maine. She sells many variations on her website at www.wickedwhoopies.com. This recipe was published on a local television website when she appeared on it and made them.

    Recipe #162300

    A fun recipe from an old Sunset Chinese Cooking Book. It's easy to make and allows you to create your own fortunes!

    Recipe #256663

    After receiving these as part of a Christmas baking exchange I just had to have the recipe! These tarts are simple to make and so delicious.

    Recipe #57335

    I've made a couple different flavors and like cherry the best. It is one of those things that some adults love and some adults think is horrible. Kids think it is cool. Bright and cheery. Works great if you mix the colors (after it is prepared) to have team or school colors or appropriate colors for a holiday.

    Recipe #103963

    These muffins are a hit as a snack, or a light dessert. Freeze them up to one month; thaw in the refrigerator overnight, or defrost in the microwave.

    Recipe #70405

    85 Reviews |  By Mirj

    My daughter Adiya (AKA Didi) adores Cheerios. No one else is allowed to eat out of her box. God help any one of her sisters if they eat some of HER Cheerios. Since she's a picky kid and has the temper of Rosemary's Baby, we let her get away with this, better than picking a fight. Anyway... one day when she was out at a friend's house I came across this recipe in a magazine, and the urge just took over, and I broke into one of Didi's sacred boxes of Cheerios. You should have heard that kid shriek. Still, she shut up pretty quickly when I jammed one of these into her mouth. Now we each have our own box of Cheerios, and got help anyone else in the family who steals even on "O"!

    Recipe #31799

    32 Reviews |  By Dorel

    I made this for church fellowship gatherings and it was always the first to go. I have used various flavoured chips and it always turns out delicious.

    Recipe #100770

    10 Reviews |  By Pismo

    I'm not sure what these were originally called, but the recipe came from a Pillsbury Bakeoff cookbook. These are my favorite cookies and I get requests for them all the time. They are a chocolate cookie topped with sugar and pecans and when you bite into them you get a delicious caramel surprise!

    Recipe #145507

    Recipe #222500

    We love this recipe because it will stay chewy in the cookie jar for 7 days..if they last that long...everyone who tries them raves. If you like a big fat chewy oatmeal raisin cookie, you have to try these.

    Recipe #111483

    I found this on the web, and since they're the absolute favorite of my grandson, I made them for him. We couldn't tell the difference! The only thing is-these are a lot fresher!

    Recipe #23841

    This recipe is from a Church library book "Mud Pie Annie" (by Sue Buchanan and Dana Shafer) that my daughter checked out. We made this recipe together as a treat for daddy who was at work.

    Recipe #81858

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