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    Start with a Jar of Spaghetti Sauce

    My daughter received a free case of spaghetti sauce that was leftover when she volunteered at a charity event. These are some ideas to help use it up.

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    This has the flavors of lasagna, but is easier to put together. I combined elements from several different recipes and it worked out well.

    Recipe #210941

    I have not yet tried this, but it is from an overdue library book (From Our Mothers' Kitchens) and I want to return the book tomorrow, so need to get the recipes I want to try copied down, pronto. I have always liked a white clam sauce, but this sounds like a great variation.

    Recipe #80910

    This recipe is wonderful. Easy to make. My kids who do not like zucchini ate it all and refused to believe that's what it was.

    Recipe #285422

    From Kraft. I am keeping here for safekeeping LOL

    Recipe #337352

    3 Reviews |  By KPD

    This is my version of open-faced sloppy joes. I probably make this 2-3 times a month...DH loves it so! To make this a fast, weeknight meal I use a sloppy joe packet and frozen Texas toast garlic bread slices with 5 cheeses(of course, you don't have to get the kind with cheese). You could also use a loaf of garlic bread and cut into large pieces after baking if you prefer. Enjoy!

    Recipe #262266

    9 Reviews |  By iewe

    A classic that is simple to make, and good 'ol comfort food!!

    Recipe #284855

    This recipe came out of Parenting magazine and is easy, fast, and delicious.

    Recipe #228990

    Recipe #149584

    This is a conncoction I came up with tonight; I used hints and some 'secret' ingredients I've gathered from here and there. My husband could not believe it was out a jar - I had to show him the jar to prove it. Go ahead and try this...you know you want to and believe me, I'll never tell it started with a jar!! Enjoy!

    Recipe #347632

    A simple & satisfying soup from Leggo's.

    Recipe #335668

    Your guests will love ya! From TOH Casseroles, Slow Cookers, and Soup cookbook.

    Recipe #284790

    1 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Really easy and impressive. This one goes fast at potluck parties.

    Recipe #13572

    Simple appetizer recipe that's an alternative to deep-fried mozzarrella. From Kraft.

    Recipe #202405

    Interesting twist on an old favorite!

    Recipe #191045

    Another quick, easy dinner recipe that my kids like. Adapted from a Southern Living recipe.

    Recipe #79277

    This is a very simple and delicious weeknight dinner to prepare! Serve with some good garlic bread.

    Recipe #78496

    These ribs are so simple and so tasty! I know this recipe sounds a little strange but trust me! Simply layer the ingredients as listed. No mixing involved! They come out perfect every time. Finger-licking good!

    Recipe #363930


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