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    Both of my daughters had to submit chocolate recipes for a 5th grade mothers day cookbook project. There were a lot of really good ones, but my favorite ended up being two separate recipes that i combined and then added my own touches to. You might think this is way too runny to work, but it ends up wonderful!

    Recipe #437005

    I modified a recipe from Emeril's book "There's a Chef in my Kitchen" on a night when I had little time and less ingredients. The family loved it, so I thought I would share.

    Recipe #411497

    These were originally dubbed "chicken cookies" by our church youth group. I have no idea why, but the name stuck. I didn't want to post them that way for obvious reasons. ;) Anyway, these are a big hit for road trips, and what kid-young or old-doesn't love cookies?!

    Recipe #383560

    This recipe is from the Bell Plantation website. Bell Plantation produces PB2, a powdered peanut butter that is much lower in fat than regular peanut butter and tastes like homemade when you add water to it. I found it in the health food section at my local grocery store.

    Recipe #378566

    This recipe is taken from Jan Karon's Mitford Cookbook and Kitchen Reader. I took away a lot of great Southern recipes from this book, and this particular recipe is my family's favorite way to drink iced tea. I have changed it on occasion, but always come back to the original.

    Recipe #378509

    I made this recipe one day when I had a little bit of everything in the pantry to use up. It's easy, and the ingredient amounts are very flexible depending on what your friends and family like. I take this to potluck dinners and never have leftovers, although this recipe is even better the next day and doesn't dry out like a lot of pasta salad recipes. Helpful hint: drizzle a tiny bit of extra light olive oil over the noodles before cooling them.

    Recipe #341082


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