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    This recipe comes out of a book called A LITTLE TASTE OF TEXAS. It is a very good dip!

    Recipe #53575

    If you like chocolate and peanut butter, you will probably like this recipe. It is kind of like a Reeses, except our family thinks it is better because of the powdered sugar/peanut butter mixture and the cookie on the bottom. This dessert doesn't last very long at our house! The recipe was on the cover of the 1998 Pillsbury Quick and Easy Bake-Off.

    Recipe #54213

    This recipe came from my 1998-99 MOMS church cookbook. It is a very filling, comforting dish.

    Recipe #54216

    This recipe came out of Taste of Home magazine. I have been making it for about 5 years now and everyone who eats it loves it. It is an easy side dish.

    Recipe #54217

    My grandmother used to make this recipe. She got it from a ladies cookbook in Lubbock, Texas. My mom made it, and now I make it. It is a family favorite!

    Recipe #54219

    I got this recipe from a very popular tea room in Waxahachie, Texas called The Dove's Nest. This is easy and delicious. Serve it warm, out of the oven, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Yummy!

    Recipe #54222

    Another of our comfort foods. My grandmother made this recipe, as well as my mom, and now I make it for my family.

    Recipe #54227

    This is a tart pimiento cheese because of the very sharp cheese plus the addition of the vinegar, and the lemon pepper. If you like tangy foods, then this is a very good recipe to try! We have never gone back to store bought pimiento cheese after this recipe. My aunt's mother-in-law invented this spread and we have been eating it for years.

    Recipe #54228

    This recipe is very rich and flavorful. The coating makes the chicken moist and tender.

    Recipe #54252

    I always have the ingredients on hand to make this dish. I usually serve it with steamed rice.

    Recipe #54305

    Another recipe that reminds me of my childhood years. My mom took this to just about every pot luck we ever went to, and they were gobbled up quickly. Depending on how gooey you want the rolls, I sometimes double or even triple the sauce mixture!

    Recipe #55475

    These are a very moist, buttery cookie bar.

    Recipe #55490

    This is our favorite chocolate cake. It is rich and moist. Note: If you don't have the buttermilk on hand, put about 1 teaspoon of vinegar into 1/2 cup milk and let it sit for 15-20 minutes. ***Note: if you don't have the Butter Flavor Crisco, just increase the 1/2 cup butter to 1 cup of butter and omit the Crisco. I've made it both ways and it is great either way.

    Recipe #55508

    This tastes so good with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top! I double the recipe and put it in a 9 X 13 pan.

    Recipe #145047

    This toffee is super crispy and oh so buttery. For the topping you can use toasted almonds instead of walnuts or toffee pieces--whatever you like.

    Recipe #148486

    From the cookbook A Little Taste of Texas. So good!

    Recipe #181731

    Adapted from a 1995 issue of Southern Living magazine. My family enjoys this creamy comfort food.

    Recipe #183444

    This recipe came from a friend of mine named MaryAnn. My recipe is so worn, I thought I'd better get it typed into recipe zaar before I could't read the ingredients anymore! This is a quick and easy cake as it starts out with a cake mix. It is very moist too.

    Recipe #182717

    I found this recipe in a cookbook when I was about 12 years old. My mom got me all of the ingredients and told me to make it. We all ended up enjoying the recipe and made it many times over the years.

    Recipe #183445

    We haven't made this in years and during my move (packing) I found this. I did not have the amount of cheese listed but I think it was approximately 8 oz (you can judge the amount and add as you desire).

    Recipe #56486

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