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    Everything is done in one dish - no work and no mess! This is perfect for a busy weeknight.

    Recipe #154224

    An America's Test Kitchen recipe that I received in an email. What's great about it is that it can be made ahead and frozen (a great holiday time saver!) since it doesn't use any pan drippings.

    Recipe #264763

    To answer the reviewer who questioned the lack of apples, I believe this is what is called "Mock Apple Pie." That is, it tastes like apple pie but uses no apples. My grandmother makes something like this. That said, this is not my recipe. It is an adopted recipe that I have asked be removed from my account, along with all other adoptees. Most were removed, but a couple were apparently missed.

    Recipe #8134

    Shhh!!! This is a secret recipe and I have it on good authority that it's the real deal. Problem is, it's just too good to keep to myself! Don't ask who let me in on the secret, though, because I'll never tell. :)

    Recipe #111372

    Came up with this by raiding the cupboards one evening. Total comfort food, nothing fancy.

    Recipe #178519

    This is the second casserole I have developed with essentially the same ingredients. I think the end product of this one is better, but I want to leave the other one posted in case someone has saved it to their cookbook and expects it to be the way it is. I came up with this one after trying mine and another similar casserole only to find the "cream of" soup to be the dominant flavor. The sauce in this one has an improved flavor, yet is still very easy.

    Recipe #256619

    Please be aware that I cannot vouch for the taste or method of cooking as I have never prepared this recipe. This is an adopted recipe that I have asked be removed from my account, along with all other adoptees. Most were removed, but a couple were apparently missed.

    Recipe #7639

    This is another discovery from a misplaced (and recently relocated) issue of Cooking Digest. A little extra effort, but worth it. These are delicious!

    Recipe #94348

    Faced with a plain can of green beans to use as a last-minute side dish, I had to come up with some way to quickly turn them into something I would actually want to eat. I have to admit, these green beans turned out to be pretty good. :)

    Recipe #280221

    Just threw this together one night with what I had on hand. Turned out to be one of DH's favorites!

    Recipe #157120

    This is a chili type soup with a Southwestern flavor that I made up with things I happened to have in the kitchen. Can easily be doubled. The garnishes are great additions, especially the cheese and tortilla chips. Got a thumbs up from the family, so it will be a repeat here!

    Recipe #166126

    This pie is VERY peanut buttery! It doesn't have to be crunchy, but it's good that way. I love the combination of the different layers (both their taste and texture) in this heavenly pie. Plus, and this is a BIG plus for me, it's simple! Oh, and it is a pretty little pie, too! (Cook time listed is for chilling.)

    Recipe #91256

    This is my DH's favorite recipe, and I love it because it's so simple to make! This is especially good on a cold night after a long day at work when you want some warm comfort food but don't have the time or energy to put a lot into preparation. **I wasn't happy with the consistency of the filling, so I played around with the recipe a few times. I think I've finally got it just how I like it and have edited the recipe to reflect the changes.**

    Recipe #80606

    I wanted some "real" baked beans for dinner, but didn't want the leftovers from making my usual recipe since I was only cooking for 2. I played around and came up with this tasty scaled down version perfect us. This is even easy enough for busy weeknights.

    Recipe #106396

    Such a simple casserole that is very filling and delicious. A friend gave me this recipe when I needed something easy to cook for a family dinner. I've since made it several times and always receive compliments. This recipe is also easy to double, or even triple, for large families.

    Recipe #78991

    I saw this in a Kraft recipe pamphlet the other day when I was looking for something quick and summery. Turned out really well and the colors are beautiful! I admit, I didn't use corn on the cob, but it still turned out great.

    Recipe #94634

    Posted in response to a request. This came from show 172 of "The House to Home Show." Times are a guess.

    Recipe #92844

    This idea was given to me by a fellow Zaarian, Parker's Mom. She wasn't sure of quantities, so I fiddled around with the quantities until I got a combination that seemed good to me. Posted with her permission. :) This stuff really is as delicious as she said! This is such a colorful snack and would be pretty for Easter or a baby shower. Recipe an easily be doubled or tripled. Listed servings are 2-3 pieces each, but will vary depending on size of clusters. Cook time listed is for cooling.

    Recipe #106942

    I originally found this recipe in a Duncan Hines holiday insert from some magazine. I have no idea how old it was when I found it, but it was 1993 when I made the discovery. Knowing my grandpa loved coconut, I decided to make these for his Christmas gift. HE LOVED THEM!! So what did I do? I promptly lost the recipe during a move! I searched and searched for it, but was unable to find it. I very recently got the recipe, except it was not complete as it quite obviously did not have enough liquid. I made the cookies and guessed 1/3-1/2 cup of oil would be about right, and it was. This was originally made with Duncan Hines Golden Sugar Cookie mix, but it seems they no longer make that... I successfully substituted the Betty Crocker 17.5 ounce version with no problem.

    Recipe #254437

    This is a very easy potato soup that tastes creamy - but without any cream or milk. It's very versatile and can be made with a variety of veggies and meats - or is great with only potatoes. This is an adaptation of what a friend gave to me as a Weight Watchers recipe.

    Recipe #83348

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