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    I saw this recipe on one of Sandra Lee's shows and I had to try it. I have made some modifications to her recipe. My husband absolutely loves this, and I have made it for dinner using hamburger buns instead of the smaller "slider" rolls. Make this for any group of people and I guarantee it will be a hit - just make sure to have plenty of napkins on hand since eating these can get a little messy! On a side note - if you don't have time to make the chicken, a store-bought rotisserie one works fine in a pinch!

    Recipe #445755

    Quick and easy to make and oh so delicious! Modify as you like - change up the cereal, add some cashews or other nuts. The possibilities are endless.

    Recipe #436762

    This is a yummy dip that you won't be able to stop eating. Sometimes I add some cooked, chopped bacon. Cut down the fat by using low-fat or fat-free varieties of the cheese, sour cream, and miracle whip. Add an extra jalapeno if you like it spicy! Use two cans of sweet corn if you can't find the shoepeg variety.

    Recipe #372611


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