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    Recipe #4265

    I have a co-worker that is addicted to those hot cafe mocha drinks...So for Christmas, last year, I decided to make them their own 'instant' mix...I even bought a 60 oz 'coffee-themed' container (that came with it's own TBSP measure) for them to store it in! A few TBSP of the 'mix' and some hot water and voila! Cafe Mocha!

    Recipe #155100

    Awesome Mustard for anything from pretzels, sandwiches, or glazes on hams. I add more peppers than in the recipe for a hotter butter (approx 60 ranging med-large). Also I am trying other peppers as well, habenero, maybe only 10-12...I'll have to let you know how it works :) You will not be disappointed! I have sold the canned product to many family and friends and they can only say this is the best! Hope you enjoy!!

    Recipe #137562

    You don't need a lot of ingredients for this bread and it always turns out the same, which is why I love it. From The Bread Machine Cookbook by Donna German, who always gives amounts for small, medium and large machine. I'm posting the large recipe.

    Recipe #144746

    If you are like many people and can't eat wheat, barley, or rye because of celiac or gluten intolerance, you need an inexpensive and nutritious substitute for regular wheat flour that will work for baking. This is my own version of such a flour. The majority of these components may be purchased very cheaply in Asian markets. The Great Northern Bean flour is not available on the market, but G.N. beans are very inexpensive and you can make your own flour out of them with a flour mill or even a regular coffee mill (just sift the flour through a fine sieve to remove the large pieces and regrind them). If you would rather use a ready-made bean flour, you can find garbanzo/fava bean flour in most whole foods markets. It is more costly than making your own and the end result will have a stronger flavor, but it will have the same general characteristics and nutrition value. This flour works well for most baking applications such as cookies, brownies, etc, but it will have a strong flavor until cooked because of the bean flour so it is not recommended for uncooked applications. For cakes you should add 1/4 to 1/2 tsp xanthan gum per cup of flour. For bread recipes you should add 1 tsp xanthan gum per cup of flour to simulate the effects of gluten, or better yet simply follow a recipe for gluten free bread. I find that the addition of 1/2 cup of oat flour adds greatly to the consistency of this flour, but due to the ongoing debate regarding the safety of oats to celiacs I have omitted it from the ingredients list. You may add it if desired.

    Recipe #110497

    7 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Once your yogurt is chilled your ready to go-just add your favorite jam or preserve or fresh fruit.

    Recipe #9955

    Mom's best icing - we couldn't wait to lick the bowl! If she didn't get the cake frosted quick enough we could eat all of it!

    Recipe #31037

    Sweet, crisp pickle made in the micro!! Make as many or as few as you want. They keep really well -- if you can keep any of them!!

    Recipe #17678

    Delicious and spicy green beans, just like your favorite Chinese restaurant. Be careful with the sesame oil, or it can overpower your beans. Prep time includes steaming the beans.

    Recipe #53164

    216 Reviews |  By Marie

    You will never want to buy hamburger buns again after trying this recipe. Easy to do using a bread machine and so awesome! You can also top rolls with sesame seeds after brushing with melted butter.

    Recipe #80413

    This recipe is good and fast. Served with salad it makes a great filling meal on a busy night.

    Recipe #104312

    This recipe came from the Top Secret Recipes site a couple of years ago. It is a really simple kid pleasing recipe

    Recipe #15145

    7 Reviews |  By ladypit

    Found this in a Weight Watcher's cookbook of recipes from the magazine in 2000. This is fast to make and has a nice flavour. Not a zingy dish, but the kids and I enjoyed it. 2/3 of a cup is 3 WW points.

    Recipe #158511

    2 Reviews |  By Tish

    Picked up this recipe from a lady that used to make them for Halloween in the 50's.

    Recipe #17238

    Try this lovely recipe for an old-fashioned treat! 5-8 inch high cookies

    Recipe #40847

    This is a foolproof recipe. The dough can be made up in the morning and placed in the refrigerator until evening when they are ready to be rolled out and cut.

    Recipe #239941

    VERY rich in calories, make only on special occasions. Add a green salad and crusty bread for a delicious meal

    Recipe #25770

    These are amazing. My husband couldn't believe I made them the first time we ate these. These are truly restaurant quality and so easy too! This recipe was given to me by an online friend.

    Recipe #63831

    A quick and easy way to prepare a tasty and filling pasta dish, originally from Mr. Food. Just use your favorite bottled spaghetti sauce. You can use any shape of pasta. I do add more cheese, but I love cheese!

    Recipe #38669

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