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    60 Reviews |  By Dawn

    This popcorn is easy and delicious. It is a hit with children and the "inner child" within us all. During the holidays, my husband adds food coloring for a festive bowl of popcorn.

    Recipe #12501

    Don't you just love that kettle cooked popcorn available at county fairs? It's sweet; it's salty; it's deliciously crunchy. It's usually pretty expensive too! This is a great, SUPER EASY recipe to make it yourself - just like you enjoy at the fair - with only 3 ingredients! I ran across a similar recipe years ago online and tweaked it a bit... in other words, perfected it. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #359110

    After making these for my daughter's slumber party last year, I got three phone requests for the recipe the next day.

    Recipe #33203

    These are one of the best cookies I have ever eaten. They make up easily, and they disappear fast. I make these every year when we put up our Christmas Tree. I serve them with hot Cocoa while we decorate our tree. I swear the cookies are anticipated as much as the tree!

    Recipe #48241

    I have not tried this one yet but the recipe comes from a reliable source with positive feedback from other home chefs. Posting it here because I will never find it again otherwise.

    Recipe #258417

    This is a recipe for pumpkin pie which I have sort of concocted myself. It is absolutely delicious, and unbelievably lowfat/low-calorie. It's perfect for diabetics or those watching their weight, but it tastes so yummy that most people would love it! It is a bit spicy, so if you don't like spices very much, leave out the cloves.

    Recipe #149363

    4 Reviews |  By Mrs.R

    As a kid, I spent countless hours picking dandelions and putting them in cups, leaving them on the kitchen counter as a surprise for my mom. Kids LOVE dandelions, after all, they are some of the only "flowers" they are allowed to pick whenever they will. I thought this sounded like a great project for kids, and can't wait to try these cookies at the first sight of these "flowers"! From what I've heard, these are NOT very sweet. Got this from learningherbs.com Prep time does not include picking dandelions!

    Recipe #300617

    37 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    A delicious autumn dessert. Serve this either warm or cold with Yogurt Dessert Sauce. This recipe comes from The New American Diet cookbook.

    Recipe #103838

    Sticky, chewy mochi Taiwanese/Japanese style. All you need is a microwave! Recipe can be multiplied, but I usually just make a small batch.

    Recipe #126014

    9 Reviews |  By ladypit

    In making cookies for Christmas I was trying to keep in mind what I had in my cabinets (instead of running out for more supplies). I found a recipe in the "More With Less" cookbook that looked interesting. I adapted it pretty heavily based on what I had. These are soft cookies that spread a ton while baking. They are a little crumbly but had a lovely soft, almost old fashioned molasses type taste. Sucanat is unrefined sugar. It has a lovely taste and more redeeming social value then refined sugar. If you don't have it, though, brown sugar would be a fine replacement.

    Recipe #106516

    This is my favorite chocolate cake. No fuss, no mess and very moist. Back in the early days when it was paycheck to paycheck, this simple dessert made it into his lunchbox many a day because it was cheap and simple. No eggs, no milk.

    Recipe #29935

    8 Reviews |  By Bec

    This is perhaps the easiest ice cream recipe out there! It is a ton of fun to make too! I first made this in Chemistry class a couple of years ago...so it is educational as well! Feel free to mess around with this one- maybe sneak a little malted milk in the mix, or a little chocolate syrup. It's is not exactly gourmet ice cream or anything, but it's tasty!

    Recipe #95452

    I prefer these made with chocolate cake mix and slivered almonds.

    Recipe #5287

    These are definitely not your standard chocolate chip cookies! They are of the "Oh My" variety, which is what you'll say after the first bite! The addition of Rice Krispies may seem odd, but these are great and a favorite of kids of all ages. An extra plus...this recipe make about 7 1/2 dozen cookies :) (Don't worry, you'll have no problem getting rid of them all!)

    Recipe #30565

    Posted in response to a thread. I asked the sweet gals at our local DQ about making these cakes. This is it. Simple as it may seem, this is exactly the recipe. The three hours is freezer time.

    Recipe #163672

    This is so good! and it has no cake in it. Someone saw the one I made and didn't believe I made it! I can't even believe I made it! It's so easy, all you need besides the ingredients is a springform pan, wax paper, and cooking spray. I love this recipe because there are infinite ways you can change what you use--I used different caramel type ice creams the first time I made it. Instead of pints, I just bought the larger ice creams because they were the same price. I just measured out the size of a pint-which is 2 cups. Next time I am going to use cheesecake filling, strawberry gel, and strawberry cheesecake ice cream! There are endless possibilities! I got the recipe from a Family Circle magazine, and the recipe makes a neopolitan-like cake, but you can change the ice creams to whatever you want! Great for a hot summer's day, and it's a fun way to eat your favorite ice creams!

    Recipe #237495

    My kids love this on a hot summer day. I have found it works well also to divide the chocolate fudge topping and use half in step 5 and the other in step 7. You may also add a jar of caramel topping if you desire.

    Recipe #27600

    Plan ahead...needs to chill. Your guests will be requesting the recipe after one bite of this fluffy and refreshing pie. It doesn't take much time to prepare, yet it tastes as though you spent hours in the kitchen.

    Recipe #20233

    28 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I have been making this microwave fudge ever since I've owned a microwave -- since the early 1980s. I particularly like it when made with flavoured chocolate chips. Nuts can be added if you wish; I recommend toasted walnuts, chopped fairly small.

    Recipe #48056

    These bars are EXTREMELY RICH and not for people with a fear of CHOCOLATE and PEANUT BUTTER (if those people actually exist)!!! Very easy no bake 5 ingredient recipe!

    Recipe #29679

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