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    1 Reviews |  By Boyz 5

    Classic lemon bars go tropical with pineapple juice and toasty flaked coconut-perfect to take to a party.....From "Woman,s World" magazine.

    Recipe #426986

    1 Reviews |  By Boyz 5

    SO easy....a child could make these!Your children will love helping you make these fun treats. You can use any flavour combination you like,however,I prefer a chocolate cake/chocolate frosting combo. Hint: Use a one-inch ice-cream scoop to form the balls.Dipping chocolate can be tinted various colours and decorated with sprinkles,coloured sugar,coconut,etc.

    Recipe #363880

    "Basic Coating Mix",recipe# 362519 is required to make this mouth-watering chicken

    Recipe #362372

    From the bottom of a box of "Christie" crackers....A good basic cracker-coating mix that can be used in "Crispy Barbecued Style Chicken" (that has been posted)....The amount of crackers called for in this recipe is about 2 stacks or 2 single packages.

    Recipe #362159

    This is an economical and tasty dish to make...I have to double it as my family loves this!!...Instead of ketchup,you could sub with tomato sauce and use more or less to your liking.

    Recipe #362025

    1 Reviews |  By Boyz 5

    From a recipe leaflet that was displayed by the Chipits baking morsels in our local grocery store.I've made them many times since...they are SO good.

    Recipe #333714

    I came across this recipe the other day while looking through an old cedar recipe box of mine.I can recall baking these goodies for my oldest son when he was three.It's from a recipe leaflet that was nearby to the Chipits display in a local grocery store...Enjoy!

    Recipe #333713

    1 Reviews |  By Boyz 5

    From an "Imperial" margarine box.Berries used can be fresh or frozen.

    Recipe #333712

    For a quick sweet-tooth fix...try these.

    Recipe #333695

    2 Reviews |  By Boyz 5

    Here's a thrifty meal that looks and tastes good too.This spaghetti pie is topped with tasty ground beef,tomatoes and cheese for a family favourite that everyone will love....Can From "Woman's World" magazine.

    Recipe #315962

    1 Reviews |  By Boyz 5

    A crunchy almond topping,soft cake-like filling and crisp shortbread base are texture sensations for your mouth.

    Recipe #314816

    5 Reviews |  By Boyz 5

    Use with "Lemon Cheesecake Streusel Pie" or any of your favourite pie recipes calling for a single crust.

    Recipe #314805

    Layers of creamy cheesecake, tangy lemon filling and crunchy streusel come together fabulously on a flaky crust. Use "Single-Crust Sweet Pastry Pie Shell" for the crust or your own homemade or storebought for delicious results....Mmm.

    Recipe #314803

    I'm not a fan of red pepper in my potato salad but if you are, by all means add it. I prefer to add the carrot mainly for the colour. You can use white or red potatoes for this recipe.

    Recipe #314632

    These warm, light as a feather soufflés hold their shape for a good 5 minutes before starting to deflate.

    Recipe #314154

    1 Reviews |  By Boyz 5

    This frosting spreads and pipes smoothly. Make sure the butter is really soft so the frosting won't split when tinted. Please be sure to use real butter as you may not get ideal results if using substitutions. This frosting can be made ahead. Just cover and refrigerate for up to 24 hours; allowing to come to room temperature and beat until smooth before using.

    Recipe #314153

    Some fruits to try: Plums, blueberries, raspberries, apricots or rhubarb.

    Recipe #313746

    Many people think shortbread is for Christmas, but this fruity version proves the opposite. In fact, these little treats add a burst of springtime to the sweet or ladies luncheon trays.

    Recipe #313649

    Interesting and yummy sounding recipe I derived from the local newspaper. Could be a delicious and decadent recipe to serve to dinner guests you want to impress!

    Recipe #308142

    A non-alcoholic beverage that is meant to be made ahead and frozen until your thirst needs quenching or company arrives. Just open the freezer, turn on the blender and enjoy! Perfect for teenager's pool parties.

    Recipe #308136

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