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    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Use purchased Italian salad dressing and toss with ravioli, broccoli, carrots, and pea pods to make this salad. Other reduced-calorie dressings work also. The 2 to 6 hrs is chill time.

    Recipe #479120

    2 Reviews |  By Nif

    A quick dish to put together on a busy night. Normally I would dredge the chicken in flour first, but it worked out just fine. Enjoy!

    Recipe #464435

    18 Reviews |  By loof

    Great as a side dish or an appetizer.

    Recipe #261407

    10 Reviews |  By Nif

    I got a new stand mixer for Christmas and I just had to use it! I modified an old banana bread recipe to make it more "festive" and this is what I got! There is not as much banana flavour as typical banana bread but it's there! Also, skip the rum if you want to. I didn't list specific stand mixer instructions, but I did use it on medium to do the mixing. I hope you like it. Enjoy!

    Recipe #404963

    7 Reviews |  By duonyte

    Posted in response to a request. Clover or orange or other floral/mild honey works best. I strongly suggest you use butter, rather than margarine, as I think it simply tastes better. From the Betty Crocker website.

    Recipe #429739

    This is always a hit with the family at holiday time.

    Recipe #135988

    A recipe from Ricardo that I'll try this week.

    Recipe #444910

    From Ricardo. It looks so yummy. I have not tried it, but when I'll do, I'll add a toast on it and swiss cheese, then broil in the oven like an onion soup ;)

    Recipe #398499

    Great with soup, salads or even a steak. Easy enough to make in a toaster oven for individual servings. Refrigerate any remaining mix for another occasion.

    Recipe #392849

    This is a mix to create individual servings like the Warm Delights, cake in a mug/cup craze. It is "just add water". It makes a rich, fudgy cake. This is suitable for gift giving. It does not use a cake mix to start, and does not use egg. It is prepared in the microwave. 4 Tbl of mix filled my mug about half full, it does rise a little when cooking. This amount of mix will make 11 cakes, or if your mug is big enough for a double batch it will make 5. If you just want to make one just decrease the yield to 1 cake. Originally posted on TheMoreWithLessMom.com.

    Recipe #445240

    1 Reviews |  By swissms

    Apricot adds a new twist to beer bread.

    Recipe #406517

    A very simple recipe, can be easily double.

    Recipe #242430

    8 Reviews |  By awalde

    Try this soup! Passatelli are a classic specialty from Emila-Romagna (Italy) the region where my father comes from. My children love this soup!

    Recipe #440710

    2 Reviews |  By BecR

    A wonderful autumn treat! Serve warm or chilled, plain or with whipped or sour cream, if desired.

    Recipe #356666

    This is adapted from a recipe I found on the Weight Watchers site. The original recipe calls for cooking in a crockpot. Instructions for the crockpot version are included at the bottom. It makes about 5 servings--not a huge potfull.

    Recipe #444881

    these simple steps gets your basic packaged brownies more moist, more choclatey...more DELICOUS!

    Recipe #132877

    5 Reviews |  By duonyte

    This recipe comes from Morton's, a venerable steakhouse, and their cookbook, "Morton's The Cookbook: 100 Recipes for Every Kitchen."

    Recipe #409263

    Not sure how I acquired this recipe. I love brussels sprouts, and this is a great way to prepare them....so easy too!!

    Recipe #370804

    Great use of toasted pecans.....don't forget this step, that is what makes this butter taste soooo good!

    Recipe #396377

    7 Reviews |  By Dundra

    Scones that will beat Starbucks' scones any day.

    Recipe #372962

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