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    I cannot remember where I found this recipe but it has been enjoyed many times. Uses whole berry cranberry sauce which gives the cake a pretty swirl effect. This works well served as a dessert or served during a brunch.

    Recipe #275268

    I found this on a card supplied at the butcher's counter at Harris Teeter Grocery. The only change I made was to omit the marjoram leaves due to personal preference but I've added it back to the recipe as an option here. If you don't have bone-in chicken breasts you can use bone-in chicken thighs (about 10 thighs or 3 1/2 lbs). Remember to remove the skin of the chicken and any really visible fat deposits.

    Recipe #338821

    Cut out recipe from an advertisement page. Have not tried this recipe but it looks yummy.

    Recipe #279281

    From the 100 Best Appetizers Cookbook given to me by my sweet swap partner MaField during the Cookbook Swap in 2008. I'm planning on using this for holiday gifts this year. I really liked the flavor of the cranberries in this mix. Store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 weeks.

    Recipe #329562

    Posted for ZWT6 - Scandinavian Region. I found this on scandinavianfoods.com and thought what a terrific recipe to make with the kids or when you don't feel like heating up the kitchen. Pearl sugar is like large granulated sugar - or very coarse sugar. A good replacement is to coarsely chop sugar cubes if you can't find this in your locale. This recipe gives two options - one using orange juice or the other using cold brewed coffee - I think both options are great choices!

    Recipe #424015

    I found this on the Domino Sugar brand website. Boy what a great muffin recipe. I looked on this site and most did not use this amount of peanut butter. I think you could exchange the creamy peanut butter for crunchy but I end up using chopped roasted peanuts too so that is accounted for in this recipe. If you want to skip that step then just use crunchy peanut butter. They suggested a glaze of chocolate icing but I find that is too sweet and we like these as more of a snack and not a dessert. Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #447555

    This is a basic muffin recipe a bit different from those posted in that instead of oil it uses butter. The variations that can be used are in the directions listed and not in the ingredients list as that would be too difficult to decipher. I found this in the FIRST Magazine I believe in 1989. Some tips to great muffin making...DO NOT overstir the batter - just mix until combined - it may still be a little lumpy. It is okay to fill your muffin cups to near the top - this will give you a high crown on your muffins. A nice tip I read too was to make sure to grease or spray the "TOP" of the muffin pan - that way any muffin that comes in contact with it while baking will not stick to muffin pan and will allow it to keep rising and spreading out.

    Recipe #295001

    From a Reynolds Aluminum Wrap recipe booklet. I find it unique by using crushed tortilla chips instead of a type of bread crumb. Another quick meal to throw together and have on the table within an hour. (Any leftover meatloaf can be crumbled and used as a taco filling the next day for fun too)

    Recipe #482705

    Low-fat version which uses applesauce. Found in Light & Tasty Mag Feb 07 - submitted by J. Grasby. Nice and light cake.

    Recipe #281014

    This recipe is a bit different than the others posted basically just in the amount of oats and that this does not use chopped peanuts. This has been an old standby for my family from the time I was a kid.

    Recipe #294912

    From an old Betty Crocker booklet. Great way to use leftover cooked chicken for next day sandwiches.

    Recipe #301023

    Found in an old AllYou Magazine (Nov '09). I do not drink alcoholic beverages but have family that enjoy a glass of wine so I thought this might be a nice treat for them during Thanksgiving. Very simple to make and serve.

    Recipe #442176

    A quick and easy cookie to make without having to turn on the oven. If you like them a bit more soft, just use approximately 2 cups of the oats. Easy enough for kid cooks & first time cooks. (The hour passive work time is to allow the cookies to cool completely)

    Recipe #278870

    I found this in my TOH magazine. This is different from all of the other 5 recipes posted here as it does not use shortening or baking powder. It was fun making these on our own last summer and I look forward to doing it again now that I remember where the recipe was found. Hope it works out for you too.

    Recipe #448683

    There is a really nice story behind this recipe. When I was 10 and in Girl Scouts we had a potluck and my mom brought these rolls. She had found the recipe in a newspaper clip-out. All the recipes/items brought were turned into a GS Cookbook for our region. When we received our cookbook - low and behold we were missing a few pages and of course this recipe was on those pages. It has taken me 30 years to find this recipe (well I did not search all 30 but it did take over a year of hard searching to find it). A man (no name ever given) from a community recipe group I belong shared this recipe after I posted again of my search. My mom is thrilled as it is the recipe she remembers and now I will have more than just the memory of these yummy rolls but also of the history that goes along with it. I probably would have forgotten that potluck dinner with the other Girl Scouts if it were not for this lost recipe that now has been found. I hope you too enjoy them and make special memories with your family and friends when you serve them.

    Recipe #291069

    A little twist on the standard carrot cake. I hope you enjoy the flavors. I am adding a separate recipe for the optional Coffee Cream Cheese Frosting too. Recipe #339100

    Recipe #339024

    From the Betty Crocker website. I LOVE these cupcakes. A nice grown-up taste and very simple to make using a cake mix. I like 'Zaar "Recipe #19353" for the vanilla frosting but you can use your own or pre-purchased frosting.

    Recipe #291089

    Base recipe was found in the All You Magazine but I've tweaked it to make it my own. This is a full flavored cake with a lemony glaze topping which I found to take this cake just over the top of expectations. Of course you can omit the glaze and just serve as a loaf cake for breakfast. The original recipe does not include nuts but I really enjoyed it with some chopped walnuts so I've placed that as optional to this recipe. It also called for raisins but I used Craisins instead. Please note it is very important to use a thicker applesauce for this recipe - using a thin commercial canned sauce can cause the batter to become too thin and not allow the cake loaf to rise properly while baking.

    Recipe #397678

    From Real Simple Magazine June 2008. This is such a refreshing and light summer salad. If you find the lemon too strong just reduce the amount to your tastes.

    Recipe #364270

    I found this through my electric co-op magazine and boy am I ever glad I did. Truly a nice moist quick bread. The key to this bread is obtaining a dark, rich apple butter - the darker the better for flavor. I used White House Apple Butter which was wonderful and outside of my mom's fresh homemade apple butter it is the best I've tried. I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as my family.

    Recipe #464085

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