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    Very light and refreshing. Great served with chips, crab cakes, corn cakes and anything else you can think of!

    Recipe #449309

    This recipe could hardly be easier. It doesn't need to be watched super carefully because you actually want it to burn a little bit because there is nothing tastier than charred corn. This dish is incredibly versatile and can be served as a side dish or incorporated into a taco or Mexican salad dish or you can chop some avocado and tomatoes and make an easy "grilled" corn salsa.

    Recipe #449341

    The title pretty much sums it up. These cookies are unusual but delicious and probably healthier than your typical cookie.

    Recipe #449311

    This recipe is very easy to make and can be prepared in a hurry. In under an hour, we made the soup and ate the entire pot. It is great served with a grilled cheese with brie and caramelized onions. The red pepper flakes are strongly encouraged because they add a mild heat that makes the soup feel even more lovely and warm.

    Recipe #449497

    This is a super easy one-skillet dish that tastes amazing and is a great way to get some veggies into kids. It can be made with ground beef or ground turkey (I generally prefer turkey because it is leaner). You can increase the number of eggs to six if you want but I like it this way. You can also definitely eat this as a brunch item but my family loves it for dinner.

    Recipe #449317

    This easy tasty dip is great served with crackers or baguette slices. It's got a bit of a kick to it and is highly requested. This recipe is a bit different from the others that I've seen in that it has chillies, no spinach, and no cream cheese. If you really love spice, you can add a few diced pickled jalapenos but I don't think this recipe needs it.

    Recipe #449325

    This recipe is from bakingbits.com

    Recipe #362606

    These decadent rich minty brownies taste like creme de minth but are actually made with mint extract. They are fantastic and pretty darn easy. But a word of advice, don't make these unless you have somewhere to bring them because they are dangerous! If mint isn't your thing, you could easily vary the flavor of extract and the food coloring. Prep time does not include cooling time.

    Recipe #449314

    This recipe is from the October 2004 issue of Bon Appétit but I've modified it a bit here to make it easier and better suit my family's tastes. It is really easy because it uses mostly canned food items and is incredibly tasty. This dish could easily be made vegetarian by omitting the sausage and adding some mushrooms. I prefer to make it with fresh pasta instead of dried in which case you simmer for about 28 minutes then add the spinach and about a minute or two later add the pasta. I wasn't sure there was still enough liquid for the pasta to cook properly but I just covered the pan and it turned out great.

    Recipe #449206

    This recipe is from bakingbits.com

    Recipe #362665

    I sort of made this on a whim and it was absolutely amazing

    Recipe #375733

    I had made half a box of mini cupcakes and wanted to do something fun with the other half of the batter so I decided to make some peanut butter and jelly whoopie pies. They taste like a sweet peanut butter and jelly sandwich. I didn't see any recipes for anything like these on here so I figured I would share. I've only made these once so I'm sure there are improvements that could be made. I might use chocolate instead of white cake mix next time to make them a little more different. Caloric content is a bit high, at about 230 calories per pie (using egg beaters and reduced sugar jam) but more than worth it.

    Recipe #441556

    This is by far the best carrot cake recipe I've ever had. You can substitute the pecans for walnuts if you prefer. Both are tasty. This recipe is also very easy because you don't have to worry too much about sifting the dry ingredients and making the batter perfectly smooth.

    Recipe #449330

    My grandfather gave this recipe it's nickname after a line from an Italian lullaby. Very good, very easy, very reliable.

    Recipe #449319

    easier and less time consuming than Samoas This recipe is from bakingbits.com

    Recipe #362721

    I got this recipe out of a really old Mrs. Field's Cookie Cookbook. These are by far my most requested cookie and are really quite easy to make. I couldn't find an exact match on Zaar so I decided to put my own recipe up here. I love them an I hope you do too. I can't even kind of remember how many cookies this makes so I might be way off.

    Recipe #441519

    I looked around and all of the porcupine meatball recipes that have been posted include extra and (I think) unnecessary ingredients like Worcestershire sauce. This is the recipe my family has been using since I was a kid. They're very easy to make, taste great with ground beef or turkey, and freeze well. A couple of notes: if you use onion, chop it so it isn't only about double the size of the rice (or less). If it's too much larger it might not be as easy to form the meatballs and could be weird to bite in to. The rice you use should be uncooked Minute Rice, the kind that cooks in like 5 minutes or so.

    Recipe #449318

    These cookies are pretty labor intensive but they are so unique and so delicious that it's definitely worth the extra prep time. Prep time includes cooling time in between two bake times.

    Recipe #449313

    This recipe came from an old Mrs. Field's Cookie Cookbook. Originally the cookies are designed to be like ravioli cookies. You take one of the cut out circles, put some of the chocolate topping on it, them top with another cookie and press around the edges with a fork. You are then supposed to sprinkle with powdered sugar. I prefer to make them as if they are hamentashen because you get twice as many cookies for all the effort. You can also fill them with fruit jam or a white or milk chocolate ganache if you want to but I have never done so. I can't remember how many cookies this yields so it is just a super rough estimate based on the hamentashen method

    Recipe #441374

    I'm not Jewish and I can not remember where I found this recipe but I absolutely love it. The cookie itself is a bit tangy from the cream cheese and the dried apricots and raspberry preserves add some sweetness along with the cinnamon sugar. The preparation is a bit time consuming but its well worth the effort.

    Recipe #441520

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