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    I was craving soft pretzels and cheese when I thought this one up. First I tried just melting some American cheese--that didn't work, but after a few trial and errors I came up with this easy cheese dip with simple household ingredients.

    Recipe #381864

    Cinnamon and sugar how can you go wrong?. . . well maybe by eating the whole batch yourself . the stirring gets tiring but its worth it in the end : ) We make these every time we have party's or people over

    Recipe #378968

    In Western New York almost everyone knows what Charlie Chaplin chocolate is. You can find it at the famous Broadway Market, or use this recipe and save yourself the trip there. Chilling time not included. You will need One aluminum loaf pan. * A little hint they use Merckens milk chocolate melting wafers, you can also substitute dark or white whatever you prefer.

    Recipe #367060

    One day i wanted to make french toast, i got the batter together but found i had no toast. So instead i use tortilla's and filled them with fresh fruit, and it turned out quite nice, tasted to me like a crepe. *This is thicker than a regular crepe, but it still is delicious.

    Recipe #356893


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