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    I got this recipe from a friend at work. Easy and very tasty! For even easier prep , use your food processor to thinly slice the veggies! **cooking time is fridge time**

    Recipe #326631

    I got this recipe from a man at work. His wife makes them and is evidently tired of being the one to make them all the time! LOL Easy , and oh so tasty!! This recipe is EASILY cut in half!! I oiled a pan and baked mine , but these can be deep fried also if that's your preference! Cooking time reflects the way I baked them.

    Recipe #305189

    I found this recipe on someone's blog as I was stumbling around the internet. I just baked it today , and oh myyyyy! I didn't have the individual dishes to bake it in , and quite frankly , I wasn't sure how big they should be as the recipe doesn't say ... I used my 1 1/2 quart corning bakeware. The middle sunk down a bit , but didn't ruin the recipe as far as I know :) If you decide to make this , and DO have individual baking dishes to use , please share what size they are? Thanks , and I hope you enjoy! ** The original recipe states this is 4 servings. I'm changing it to 6 .. It's VERY rich.

    Recipe #294807

    This isn't "pot pie" like you might know it! :) This is total comfort food, very simply made , nothing fancy whatsoever. If you have ham, I'd say you have everything :) Great on a cold night and even better the next day as these types of dishes usually are!

    Recipe #273682

    Back when I was doing Weight Watchers several years ago, I kept hearing about Bakers Breakfast Cookies. I couldn't get them where I lived and that's all anyone could talk about. Someone sent me some. I looked at the ingredients and came up with these. These are NOT typical cookies! They are hefty stick to your rib cakey cookies! And you will be sorely tempted to add more flour. I don't know how they'd come out if you do. But if you follow the recipe, you get the cake-like cookies. Also please note, I have no clue how many "regular" size cookies these would make, or how long they would take to bake, so if you try them normal size, could you let me know? Thanks! I have no idea how Weight Watchers does their points system anymore, so use whatever tools you use now to figure out the points! :)

    Recipe #264719

    These cookies, with their subtle citrus flavor, are a fun way to welcome Spring! OR say goodbye to summer :( You can change the zest and juice to make either orange or lemon slices ... Hmm.. I wonder if lime would be any good? From the Great American Home Baking Cookie Collection--** Plan ahead! Dough needs to chill for at least an hour!

    Recipe #256134

    This is a simple recipe using a few ingredients that makes a quick and satisfying meal. My mom used to make these for us growing up. Recipe is easily doubled and you can add more or less toppings to suit your taste.

    Recipe #230557

    A few ingredients make up this nice tasting tartar, a recipe from my sister-in-law, Pam. If made ahead several hours before using the flavor is enhanced more.

    Recipe #230415

    Simple chocolate and oatmeal make these disappear in our house quickly. The recipe has been in my file on a piece of paper for many years, so not sure where it came from, but probably one of my mom's old cookbooks. *For a fudgy, softer cookie, use 1 stick margarine in place of shortening.

    Recipe #223336

    I got this recipe from Taste of Homes 2001 Holiday edition and they easily became our favorite! Time does not include the doubling since it can vary. Mashed potatoes can be made ahead to save time. Although I've seen similar recipes here, this one has varied amounts of ingredients and no chilling time.

    Recipe #216671

    This recipe was given to me by a friend. It's a simple salad with shrimp, pasta and peas you could easily change the spices in to suit your own tastes. I usually have the eggs hard boiled already to save prep time.

    Recipe #213284

    This is a simple way to fix carrots without all the fat and they taste good! :)

    Recipe #210033

    I clipped this from the newspaper, gave it a try and it's delicious! Very moist and flavorful, it could be served any time! After making it the original way first, I then tried it adding chopped walnuts and raisins and it was really good too! You could even drizzle it with a confectioners icing to dress it up. People are so creative, you could probably add just about anything to call it your own! :) Freezes well too!

    Recipe #209661

    This recipe was given to me by a friend many years ago. If you need something to satisfy a sweet tooth, this will do it! I prefer using a smaller pan (71/2X11) that results in a thicker bar, but they do take longer to cool!

    Recipe #206969

    This is a lighter version of macaroni and cheese with a creamy consistency. This could be made lower fat using light Velveeta. *Note* If you don't like it real thick, you can decrease the cooking time by an hour or so and it will be just as good, just not AS thick :)

    Recipe #205861

    Hearty Italian soup , with a surprise ingredient. Chopped dill pickle! If you can't find a 15 oz can of beef broth , don't sweat it! Use a 14.5 if that's what you find. Soup is very forgiving!! :)

    Recipe #190611

    This is a recipe from my grandma. It's very homey , comfort food. Nothing fancy , but sure brings back some memories!

    Recipe #190610

    Yes, another rhubarb cake! Couldn't find another one like it , I think this one is the most fattening! *LOL* It has meringue *yum* Received from a friend of my husband... I don't care much for rhubarb , but he loves this cake!

    Recipe #190606

    Just like the title says! :) My mom used to make this for us when we were living at home ... I don't make it much , but I really enjoy it when I do! These ingredients are subject to messing with , as always :) Some people like LOTS of cheese, some don't :) Your call!

    Recipe #184596

    Just like the title says! :) Of course, the ingredients are subject for messing around with ;)

    Recipe #183531

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