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    This fabulous pasta dish comes from a bon appetit magazine but I have modified it to fit our tastes. It originally called for tagliatelle but I make it with whatever pasta shape I have on hand. You're supposed to use baby zucchini and halve them length-wise but if you can't find them, use regular size and slice them on an angle into 1/2 inch thick slices. This will serve 6-8 as a side dish. If you want to make a main meal out of it, add shrimp or sliced chicken breast and it will serve 4-6.

    Recipe #386911

    Use this delicious syrup over waffles, pancakes, crepes, pound cake, vanilla ice cream and more. It's quick and easy to make and tastes like fresh sweet oranges. You can add 1/2 tsp of cinnamon for spiced orange flavored syrup.

    Recipe #386854

    We love this wonderfully sweet pineapple cake! It's absolutely luscious! It's so cold and refreshing on a hot summer day. Everyone loves this cake, especially my little girl. Make this the day before you serve it if you can. It gives the flavors a chance to blend.

    Recipe #386797

    This yummy pudding is so easy to make and tastes so much better than store bought or boxed mixes. I really like knowing exactly what's in the food we eat. Give this one a try, you'll never go back to the boxed pudding again!

    Recipe #386792

    Serve this classic Italian dish with thin spaghetti or garlic mashed potatoes. It's very quick and simple to do but everyone will think you did something amazing. Use the best steaks you can for this.

    Recipe #386770

    I love this dressing! It's so creamy and delicious! If you are out of buttermilk, you can substitute 1/4 cup sour cream and 1/4 cup milk. I have done that many times with very good results. This one tastes great either way. Make it the day before you plan to use it if you can. That way the flavors will have time to blend.

    Recipe #386713

    This is really quick and easy to make using canned corn. I like to use Green Giant brand corn, the Niblets in the short, squatty cans but you can use your favorite brand. Be sure to make this a day ahead so that the flavors have a chance to blend together. It really tastes better the next day!

    Recipe #386711

    Baked potatoes stuffed with saute'd yellow squash, mushrooms, garlic and onions. YUM... delicious and very filling. You could make a meal out of one of these. Vegetarians will also love this recipe.

    Recipe #386671

    These potatoes are yummy, rich and decadent! They are not diet friendly but boy are they worth the extra calories! They're a nice change when you want something different than the same old mashed potatoes. This recipes makes alot so if you need less, it's easily cut in half. You can make these a day or 2 ahead and refrigerate until ready to use.

    Recipe #386664

    It's challenging trying to eat right, especially when there are so many wonderful recipes on this site to try! This one is delicious but still lite. It's low in pretty much everything so it fits into several eating plans including those for diabetics.

    Recipe #386436

    This is absolutely delicious! It makes just enough to fill between the layers of a 3 layer cake or fill 24 cupcakes with about a tablespoon of filling each. It's quick, easy and adds something extra special to banana, pumpkin, cinnamon, spice, yellow and several other cakes and cupcakes. The recipe came directly from the Wilton website.

    Recipe #386385

    I love this stuff! I also really love that it's quick and easy to make. You don't have to cook the caramel cause you use ice cream topping caramel for this! The recipe came directly from Wilton's website. You can make it soft and spreadable or as stiff as you need by adjusting the amount of milk you add. Just follow the directions and it'll come out perfect every time.

    Recipe #386384

    This is the recipe directly from Wilton's website for their chocolate buttercream decorating icing. You can make it soft and spreadable or as stiff as you need by adjusting the amount of milk or water you add. Just follow the directions and it'll come out perfect every time.

    Recipe #386333

    Use this simple casserole when you need something special and different. It goes together quick and everyone loves it. Be sure to allow time to boil the potatoes and dice them because that time is not included in the recipe.

    Recipe #385994

    These are delicious! They are a little different than usual so they keep things interesting. Try one of the many, many dip recipes here on 'zaar to jazz them up even more. I use my own dip: recipe #385479

    Recipe #385829

    I found this one several years ago in a Taste of Home magazine. We LOVE it! It was submitted to them by John Morcom from Oxford, Michigan. He says "I used to own a bakery, and this bread was one of our customers' favorites. Once they smelled the aroma of pizza and sampled these tempting spiral slices, they just couldn't resist taking some home." Start early and be sure to allow enough time for the dough to rise! I make the dough in my bread machine but there are directions for making it by hand.

    Recipe #385483

    This dip is so good you'll want to eat it with a spoon! It's really great served with a fruit platter, chicken fingers, coconut shrimp and so much more. My friend serves it with her baked ham. We like it chunky but if you want it smooth, put everything in the blender and give it a whirl for a minute or 2. You can easily double this recipe or cut it in half for a smaller group.

    Recipe #385479

    This is a nice way to serve round steak. The long cooking times tenderize the meat quite a bit and it's very tasty, too. I serve this over buttered noodles with corn on the side for a very satisfying complete meal.

    Recipe #385432

    I found this on the Eating Well website amonst their diabetic friendly recipes. I haven't tried this one yet but it sounds like a real winner.

    Recipe #385354

    I found this recipe on the Eating Well website amongst the diabetic friendly recipes. It's supposed to be an appetizer but I served it over a nice salad as a cool, refreshing summer dinner. We loved it. The shrimp are super simple to prepare and they tasted great hot or cold although they are meant to be served cold. Serves 12 as an appy but 6 as a main course.

    Recipe #385352

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