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    I love crab and lobster but I don't have the budget for it - so I have started buying imitation crab and lobster when it is on sale. I was playing around with it tonight and I really liked the result. I think you could make some changes to suit your tastes - but this was a good starting point for me. It started as a variation of creamed chipped beef and ended up here. I hope you like it. I think this would double pretty easily, but probably you would need larger pans.

    Recipe #410415

    This is a fast, easy, and tasty recipe I found in a local grocery store circular. I was surprised how tasty and cheap and easy and fast it was. Also, as an added surprise benefit - my one and three year olds BOTH eat this. Wow. You could modify this endlessly I would think. It has become a staple in my recipe set. Just recently it has become more important for us to save every dime, and this recipe fits that bill nicely. This also makes a good size dinner.

    Recipe #410154

    It is a trick to get my kids to eat veggies, so I started using jars of baby food in pancakes to boost the nutritional value. I prefer the orange vegetables such and carrots, sweet potatoes, and corn and sweet potatoes. The pureed consistency mixes easily into the pancakes and the flavor I have found can be quite tasty. It isn't just for the kids, either. This is so flexible I have used jars of fruit too, but since the veggies are the hardest thing for me to get my kids to eat, I usually use those. You can add wheat germ for an added nutritional boost. I like to use the Log Cabin Lite syrup - there is no high fructose corn syrup and the reduced sugar does not seems to reduce the taste at all. These can be frozen or refrigerated after being made for easy make ahead breakfasts. You could also use pancake mix as your dry ingredient base, I suppose. Have fun!

    Recipe #387637

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