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A spicy-sweet topping of crumble gingersnaps turns peaches into a warm, homey dessert!

Recipe #43353

This simple and delightful sherbet requires no special ice cream-making equipment-just a fork. It has a tangy flavor and gives the illusion of rich creaminess. The sherbet will keep, stored in an airtight container in the freezer, for 1 to 2 weeks. Cook time is freezing time.

Recipe #43355

Sweet potatoes add an unexpected creaminess to the filling in these burritos. Serve the burritos on a bed of rice, if you like, with plenty of salsa. Enjoy!

Recipe #43473

This is a quick and easy recipe. It can be served as an everyday kind of meal or as the main course of an elaborate and elegant dinner. From the Moosewood Restaraunt Low-Fat Favorites Cookbook. Prep time includes marinating time. This is an English recipe.

Recipe #43582

Here is a rice dish with such an intense flavor that it will satisfy your emotional hunger. It is exotic and hearty at the same time. From Chef Paul Prudhomme's Fiery Foods That I Love Cookbook.

Recipe #43645

I got this recipe from the Ball Blue Book.

Recipe #43721

This recipe is a breeze to make. Perfect with checken or beef.

Recipe #43724

Ease into your morning with this breakfast treat!I got this out of a Southern Living magazine.

Recipe #45237

This is the way we southerners like our lettuce!

Recipe #45238

Blueberries are so yummy, especially in this dessert! Cook time includes time for makeing sauce. The sweet dessert known as Bread pudding (not be confused with bread and butter pudding) is rather more popular in the UK than in the US, but it is hardly unknown in America, especially in the south. Bread Pudding has been around a long time. It’s been around in England since the 13th century. It has its origins as a source of food for the poorer elements of society, and was in fact called “Poor Man’s Pudding”.

Recipe #45614

This may be served as an appetizer with pizza sauce, or for a tasty sandwich, layer between toasted French bread slices!

Recipe #45732

Assorted children of all ages will enjoy helping munch out on these chunky, chewy cookies!

Recipe #46613

A great holiday side dish!

Recipe #46793

You'll love the flavor, and the purple, green, and yellow colors of this Bayou State celebration! You may half this recipe.

Recipe #46795

Baked in the oven so it doesn't have all the fat, Chicken croquettes has a crispy outside similar to deep-fried croquettes. And the mushroom sauce served with them is almost like gravy.

Recipe #46796

Mocktails are non-alcoholic drinks. This is a great alternative for non-drinkers at parties!

Recipe #47057

This is so easy to make even your kids can do it! And yummy results!

Recipe #47154

This is a lower fat, smaller yield option to a whole bird that should please health-conscious or/and small families.

Recipe #47341

The title says it all! The recipe will be requested often. From Pillbury's The Complete Book of Baking. Prep time includes 1 hour chilling time.

Recipe #47516

This "mocktail"(non-alcoholic cocktail) is great for an alternative party drink!

Recipe #47526

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