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    I love anything with alfredo sauce. This is quick and easy. Can be vegetarian by just omitting bacon.

    Recipe #388743

    2 Reviews |  By joolzcd

    Cook time includes 30 minutes to marinate. This is also good if you substitute tarragon for the thyme. One tsp of dried thyme can be used instead of fresh. From Pillsbury.

    Recipe #336736

    I haven't made these, yet, but they look so good!

    Recipe #336720

    1 Reviews |  By joolzcd

    I didn't create this recipe but it's in my recipe box so it probably came from my mom. I use milk because I never have half-&-half. I have also made without the sherry but don't advise it even though it still tastes good.

    Recipe #334803

    1 Reviews |  By joolzcd

    I couldn't find another chicken salad recipe on here with apple, walnut and celery so I'm posting the one I have in my recipe box. I eat it as is, but it's also good on a wrap or bread. Also makes a good appetizer on crackers, mini toast or pita wedges.

    Recipe #334792

    1 Reviews |  By joolzcd

    Just like you get at the fair or the mall. We used to make these every Christmas. Sooo good right out of the oven. Definitely use the kosher salt to top. I never remember how many this actually makes. If you shape into big pretzels, it's probably about 10. Prep time includes 40 min rise time.

    Recipe #334789

    For some reason, this is the way my dad likes it. Just beef and onion. I add potato and carrots to mine, but this is the original.

    Recipe #334742

    This differs from others because a mixture of mozzarella/ricotta/milk is spread over the spaghetti crust before any sauce. It may be the reason it doesn't dry out as others do. This one came from Betty Crocker. As with any pizza, use your own favorite toppings.

    Recipe #334604

    This is a recipe from my stepsister, who crabs for a living. EVERYone asks her for it. She gave me the ingredients, but not the cooking instructions, so I cooked mine at 350 for 30 minutes and it's great. Other recipes have different temps and times, so just cook until bubbly and slightly browned at the edge.

    Recipe #334590

    I got this off of a Junior Mint box a loooong time ago and made it from my grandfather, who loves junior mints.

    Recipe #334578

    1 Reviews |  By joolzcd

    I searched the fried ice cream recipes on here and they use cereal or tortilla crumbs. This one uses cookie crumbs and it's amazing! I make small ice cream balls for a fun size treat. *Peanut oil gets hotter than vegetable oil and allows the outside to fry quickly without melting the inside.

    Recipe #334575

    1 Reviews |  By joolzcd

    Add more sugar and/or cinnamon to suit your taste.

    Recipe #334569

    1 Reviews |  By joolzcd

    My daughter brought this recipe home from school one year after a parent handed them out in treat bags labeled with her recipe. Kids love putting it in a trash bags and shaking. So easy to make using a microwave. Very few ingredients and steps.

    Recipe #334567

    I got this from a website that doesn't exist anymore. I can't find an exact replica so I wanted to post this one because it's the best. It's fairly simple, just have all your ingredients and tools within reach and read all directions first so you can plan ahead. I have only used Ghirardelli Classic white confection.

    Recipe #334550

    2 Reviews |  By joolzcd

    The other 65 pumpkin seeds recipes were similar but not exactly how mom does it. My daughter swears these are the best she ever tasted. The main differences from others were boiling in salt water first and roasting at a low temp of 250.

    Recipe #334475

    This is as close as I can get to some fries I had at Applebee's. You can make your own fries or use frozen.

    Recipe #334460

    2 Reviews |  By joolzcd

    The original recipe is Thai Basil Chicken w/Broccoli from Sparkrecipes, but this is my modified version. Also good with asparagus or cauliflower instead of or in addition to broccoli.

    Recipe #334434

    Originally used for broiled tilapia, but also amazing on top of any fish, chicken or steak. It's easy to cut fat and calories on the butter and mayo. You can omit or lessen the amount of butter or breadcrumbs and this still tastes great. Spice it up with your favorite seasonings. This amount covers 4 pieces of meat.

    Recipe #334433

    Recipe #334431

    2 Reviews |  By joolzcd

    From www.thesimpledollar.com Easy and basic white bread. After slicing, you can freeze (not refrigerate) slices to prolong freshness. They thaw super fast at room temp or just pop in the toaster.

    Recipe #333662


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