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    This tastes like a dish you could get at an Italian-American restaurant, but is super easy to make. Kids love it too! You can use nearly any kind of pasta. Pairs well with a vinaigrette salad.

    Recipe #517900

    Nice tasting, easy to make pasta salad perfect for potluck dinners. Very flexible - you can add green onions, red onions, olives, croutons, or meats (salami, pepperoni, chicken) to dress it up. Add/reduce spinach to make it more of a salad or more of a pasta dish.

    Recipe #517892

    Easy, melt in your mouth banana bread packed full of nuts. Applesauce is substituted for butter and sugar to make for a slightly healthier indulgence. You can use frozen bananas (thaw for 15 mins, squeeze out bananas), or replace yogurt with sour cream.

    Recipe #498999

    This red beans and rice recipe is about as easy as it gets, tastes great, and works well in a slow cooker! You can easily substitute ingredients to your liking. Use water instead of chicken broth, a can of Rotel tomatoes, bell pepper and celery, or even some other types of beans and spices.

    Recipe #460527

    A good mexican casserole that is also decently healthy! To make it truly guilt free, grill/boil the chicken instead of sauteing, substitute light cheese (or use less), and use corn or whole wheat tortillas. The difference is truly subtle, and can have a major impact on calories!

    Recipe #450613

    Have you ever been to a mexican restaurant or burrito joint and tried that tasty white cheese dip? After much experimentation, I finally have a recipe that is on par with the cheese dip you can get there, and you're sure to love it too. This beats anything you can buy prepackaged in a store! If you do not have a double boiler, you can improvise by using a metal mixing bowl over a saucepan.

    Recipe #336435

    Growing up, we made a similar recipe that we always liked. I've modified it heavily over the years, and people love it! It is kid friendly, and adults will love it too. The cost is less than a dollar per serving, and many of the ingredients are popular coupon items.

    Recipe #336393


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