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    These are to die for. Make sure you hide some for yourself because they won't last long.

    Recipe #195760

    Let sit for several days to blend flavors better. Try using Sun Dried tomatoes instead of the red peppers. Serve with baguette slices, tomatoes, on top of a salad, as part of a cheese tray. Time does not include refrigeration time.

    Recipe #194703

    Now you can have your chocolate and cheesecake also. Your going to love these squares. They are filling so small sizes are a good idea. Cook time does not include overnight chill time. From Taste of Home.

    Recipe #194705

    A goody from Betty Crocker

    Recipe #199492

    Need I say anything? Ok, I will. These are heaven. Cook time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #193224

    This uses refrigerated crescent rolls for an easy and very tasty breakfast. Great for a brunch. You can use different cheeses such as a Tex-Mex or Italian blend.

    Recipe #194532

    This from Kraft Kitchens. It states to use Oreo Baking Crumbs, but whatever chocolate baking crumbs is fine. I've even made my own in recipes that call for a chocolate crumb bottom. Recipe includes chill time.

    Recipe #197318

    With chocolate, nuts and raspberries you can't go wrong with this bar.

    Recipe #194463

    A to die for recipe from Betty Crocker.

    Recipe #199495

    This is from Taste of Home. You can add Tuna instead if that's your preference.

    Recipe #195757

    I found this recipe on another recipe website last year, but I can't remember which one. I gave these out for Christmas and everyone loved them. I used to buy popcorn from my Son when he was in school and they would be selling different flavors of popcorn to raise money for their school. They would sell Caramel Popcorn, Chocolate Popcorn similar to this recipe, Caramel Popcorn with nuts, the possibilities are endless. The popcorn came in a plastic bag in decorative tins with tight lids. Definately a great gift idea or part of a fund raiser for any occassion.

    Recipe #192975

    I made this for a BBQ in the summer and I brought home an empty plate. I think next time I'm going to try either raspberries or blackberries to give it a taste explosion. This is from Better Homes & Gardens.

    Recipe #195043

    This comes from a Gay Lea pamphlet I received this summer. I've never used sour cream in baking and found this to be very good.You can cover and refrigerate for up to 3 days and sprinkle with icing sugar and whipped cream before serving

    Recipe #188467

    You can either make your own pastry or buy the frozen pre-made tarts in the frozen section of the grocery store to save time. Cook times are approximate.

    Recipe #194515

    This dessert is elegant enough to serve at a dinner party and everyone will think it took you hours to prepare. A light dessert that won't make you feel heavy. It states that you should have a pastry bag with fitted tips to make a pretty presentation, but you can just spoon it into a parfait glass or even wine glasses. Garnishing is up to you. Chocolate curls, a strawberry fan, a few blueberries on top. Go wild and enjoy. Cook time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #194756

    With a taste of orange and chocolate. How could you go wrong. Try using colored sugar to dip these into instead of just white. I've dipped them in red and green sugar for Christmas and orange sugar for Halloween.

    Recipe #194695

    Serve this with pasta and a crisp salad. This makes quite a bit so scale back for smaller servings.

    Recipe #194543

    You can either put these in those very small foil cups or just drop by a spoon. Cook times are approximate.

    Recipe #193418

    I don't know how many times I've done steak this way. It is so fast and so easy. Use whatever BBQ sauce you prefer and add more if you like. I usually serve this with rice and have added mushrooms to the sauce. You can also brown the steak whole, pour in the sauce and simmer for about 10 minutes.

    Recipe #195944

    This is a good soup to pair with a salad and french bread to make a great lunch or supper. Add other seafood or mix and match your favorites.

    Recipe #80266

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