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    These would be great for your next cookout. Recipe is from Paula Deen.

    Recipe #284283

    Another tasty sandwich that can be made in the crock pot. This recipe calls for the roast to cook for 8-10 hours or until tender, depending on how fast your slow cooker cooks. Use your own judgment. Also, you will want to make the sauce ahead and refrigerate for 8-10 hours while the roast is cooking. Recipe is from Fix It and Forget It.

    Recipe #284342

    These are a great Italian version for hamburgers. Recipe is from Paula Deen.

    Recipe #284690

    This layered cake looks "normal" from the outside, but inside there is a delicious layer of almond-flavored cheesecake. This recipe will make 1 (9-inch) cake and 1 (9-inch) cheesecake. The frosting recipe should make about 5 cups of frosting. You may want to make the cheesecake before the chocolate cake because it needs to refrigerate for 4 hours.

    Recipe #284816

    These delicious bars can be eaten guilt-free because they are made with applesauce and low-sugar preserves.

    Recipe #285037

    This casserole can be made ahead and frozen. If you assemble a casserole ahead of time and freeze, be sure to allow it to thaw in the refrigerator (it will take about 24 hours) before cooking.

    Recipe #285044

    Pineapples are one of my favorite fruits and this smoothie is so refreshing. I hope you like it, too.

    Recipe #285232

    This recipe features delicious rib-eye steaks topped with blue cheese. Tender spinach leaves cook in a flash, so make sure to keep an eye on them while sauteing in this recipe.

    Recipe #285237

    Italian bread has a dense texture so it should work well for these hot broiled sandwiches. You can use any melted cheese for these sandwiches, such as American, mozzarella or Gouda.

    Recipe #285551

    Feel free to add some of your favorite toppings to this soup such as tomatoes, bell pepper, green onions, sour cream, guacamole and/or ripe olives.

    Recipe #285590

    This is a deliciously cheesy pasta casserole. If you can't find mini penne pasta in your grocery store, you can use small shell pasta or regular penne instead. I like to use "Recipe#111347" for the alfredo sauce.

    Recipe #285696

    If you're looking for a decadent chocolate dessert to serve this Valentine's Day, but don't want all the fat and calories, try this one. It has 5 points values per serving.

    Recipe #286012

    This dish features a creamy white ragu sauce. Fresh pasta is best for this dish, but dried pasta also works fine. The sauce is very rich, but it still has a delicate flavor that is very refined. This pasta can be a meal in itself. The recipe is from "Tangy Tart Hot & Sweet," by Padma Lakshmi. Regarding the onions, the book recommends choosing flatter onions, ones that look like they've been pressed down by the hand of Mother Nature, because they're sweeter, and avoid the taller onions that are more oval. Sugar causes the fibers to break down and collapse the onion; therefore, the flatter the onion, the higher its sugar content and the sweeter it will be.

    Recipe #287951

    The sour cream in this cake makes it extra-rich. Recipe is from Woman's World. To melt chocolate chips, microwave on high for 1 minute, stirring every 15 seconds. Prep time includes cooling time.

    Recipe #288920

    A delicious classic dish. Recipe is from Family Circle.

    Recipe #289364

    This creamy cheesecake is still delicious even though it contains a few fat-free ingredients. Plan ahead, this must chill 8 hours or overnight. Chilling is included in prep and cook time.

    Recipe #289481

    My sons love ice cream and loved this ice cream dessert I got from Simple and Delicious.

    Recipe #289503

    I'm planning to make these for Easter. Recipe is from Taste of the South.

    Recipe #289516

    This is a great dressing for when those garden-fresh tomatoes are available.

    Recipe #289517

    This easy-to-make mousse is light and chocolaty.

    Recipe #289668

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