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    A wonderful dessert recipe, can easily be lightened and is still delicious made with lower-fat cream cheese. Very easy and quick to prepare, great at room temperature or chilled. Sometimes I will layer the cheesecake cream and berries into individual clear glasses, but as I prefer to serve this with groups of friends, you may use a 9" clear glass bowl to highlight presentation. I created this recipe by taking my favorite things about cheesecake and combining them with fresh fruit.

    Recipe #426659

    Excellent recipe for brunch, also makes great leftovers and freezes well. Tastes delicious warm or at room temperature. I have also lightened the recipe at times by omitting the Gruyere cheese completely and also gotten excellent results with the same cooking time. The pie crust is worth the effort to make from scratch, although a pre-made puff pastry crust may also be used to cut prep time. The recipe was given to me by a friend, which I then modified.

    Recipe #426187

    I'm not a vegetarian, but this delicious vegetarian recipe is filling, nutritious, inexpensive and incredibly versatile. The main spiciness comes from the small can of chopped chilies, so if you like flavor without heat, just remove them and you still have a very tasty recipe. I modified the idea from a slow cooker recipe book I found at my mother's house after a bit of tinkering. Cooking time will vary depending on how you want to use the recipe. As the default, the cooking times will make a stew. Subtract 1-2 hours for soup, add 1-2 hours to thicken for a hearty taco filling. This is delicious served over rice, egg noodles, and nachos. For a little more kick, I also like to add a few splashes of Tabasco Chipotle Flavor sauce. Also yummy topped with a little sour cream, salsa or cheese (Monterey Jack is my personal favorite). Feel free to play with this recipe! It's great as leftovers too in large part because of how versatile it is. For example, I served it last week over rice with cheese and the next night over nachos with sour cream and olives. Great both times!

    Recipe #425778

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