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    This recipe is from the Colorado Cook for America Culinary Boot Camps program. Try apricot, apple, blackberry, cherry, strawberry or raspberry jam.

    Recipe #466770

    My mother's recipe she used to make when I was a child. It tastes delicious!

    Recipe #466839

    This recipe is a take on my Recipe #459346 using white chocolate and more butterscotch chips as well as muesli in place of granola. In addition I added some coconut to the mix. I thought the clusters came out super yummy, so Im posting this here. I hope youll enjoy it, too. :) The muesli I used included some nice red goji berries, so these looked quite festive. Feel free to experiment with different mueslis.

    Recipe #466767

    This party mix recipe came from my favorite cookbook, Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book. My DH loves party mix so this is a popular recipe in our home.

    Recipe #115176

    Dinner in a hurry can be as simple as rolling up a tortilla filled with healthy ingredients. For a great "brown bag" lunch, roll into waxed paper and twist the ends, party-cracker style.

    Recipe #69415

    This is a variant on Ants on a Log. It's nice for a quick snack in the evening to curb your sugar cravings, plus you get some extra protein.

    Recipe #242257

    My kids love granola bars, but they are so expensive! this way is more economical and I know exactly what is not in them-preservatives!!!! I am working on a healthier version, lower in fat and calories I hope. 3 T toasted wheat garm and or 1 T sesame seed can also be added to this recipe if you desire.

    Recipe #329100

    Not only is this recipe quick and easy, it is absolutely delicious and takes just minutes to put together. The recipe is for one quesadilla but you can make any amount you need. Recipe was submitted by Jilliebean to the TOHBB.

    Recipe #466389

    Kids love this and it makes a lot. I got this recipe from a friend of mine.

    Recipe #74048

    A delicious dip that has a big yum factor! Quick and easy too! Kids and adults will enjoy this one. Made for the RSC contest, Jan. 2009!

    Recipe #354041

    This is a good, mostly healthy treat to serve at parties, movie nights, etc.

    Recipe #73930

    Wonderful snack/breakfast bar for on the go people. Cook time is cooling time.

    Recipe #88864

    This is the granola that is always made during a church's youth-group camping trip. I have never made it my self, but it is sooo good. I think it makes 11-12 cups, so the amount of servings is just an estimate.

    Recipe #222884

    The only way I can eat Grape Nuts!

    Recipe #223763

    1 Reviews |  By Jaaynee

    Originally appeared in Cooking Light and it's my favorite.

    Recipe #285393

    Crunchy, flavourful granola bars. If you are low on one of the first 7 ingredients, add a little more of one of the others. I was trying to make a recipe to rival shop bought granola bars and these are certainly crunchy, tasty and keep well (in the fridge). The nice thing about them is you can add your own favourite things (i.e. different nuts, dried fruit, choc chips) you could even cover them in chocolate if you like.

    Recipe #309557

    2 Reviews |  By Dwynnie

    This is a very easy recipe that I got from a neighbor--makes a great lunch with some soup or a salad! I think she said that she got the recipe from Pillsbury... which makes sense as this is a great way to use crescent rolls! I have made these as ham and swiss, turkey and swiss, roast beef and cheddar. There are so many options! Note: You can make these more of a meal sandwich (for the guys) if you use the large crescet rolls and double the meat and cheese for each sandwich. (So 12 slices of meat with 6 slices of cheese.)

    Recipe #351693

    This recipe is great! My sister made it and I had to have it. It could be alter to any candy bar you like. Enjoy!

    Recipe #340591

    Recipe #60235

    Living in the south you find these at football games, Sonic Drive Inn, and just about any fair that you attend. Very tasty and even better with a squirt of mustard.

    Recipe #59661

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