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    Such a quick and easy sheet cake dessert. Our family and guests swore the taste and texture was that of a carrot cake, and yet carrots are not included in the ingredients. This dessert can be thrown together in about 5 minutes and it is so very good, which is surprising due to the few ingredients, and has such basic mixing and baking techniques. A simply perfect dessert to be enjoyed by both the experienced and inexperienced baker.

    Recipe #484510

    Made this tonight for the family and it was all thumbs up around the table. Very good, quick and easy to make and flavorful. This is a "Taste of Home Recipe." I'm going to write it exactly as written in the magazine, although I did make some minor changes that I will add here: Instead of spaghetti, I used Angel Hair Pasta, which is what we prefer in a dish like this. I used a sweet red pepper that was not roasted although I did chop and saute it along with the chopped onion, mushrooms and garlic. Garlic was not a listed ingredient in the original recipe, but I add it to almost everything. The recipe did not call for sauteeing the vegetables, but I usually do because I prefer to be certain that they are tender, not crisp to the bite. I'm not fond of biting into raw/crisp onions and peppers. I also feel that flavors blend better when sauteed together. I used a cheddar/jack cheese blend rather than sharp cheddar and Swiss cheeses only because it's what I had on hand. I'm sure that the this recipe would be wonderful as written, but I guarantee it's great with my changes as well. Enjoy!

    Recipe #478426

    This is a very nice, tasty tamale pie that is quick and easy to throw together with ingredients most of us keep on hand. I like this one especially because the cornmeal is incorporated throughout the filling. Yum, so flavorful. I used ground beef, but the original recipe called for ground turkey, which would work well; we're a beef family so that's the only reason for that change. On the top, I used a 4-cheese Mexican Blend. Perfection all the way. I hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #476952

    This is a recipe that utilizes rotisserie chicken from the grocery store deli, jars of prepared Alfredo sauce, canned mushrooms, and jarred chopped garlic. I used the classic Alfredo sauce so that I could add my own sauteed garlic and onion. It was quick and easy to prepare and outstanding in flavor. This recipe is a great template; add or subtract ingredients to your heart's desire. If you are not a purist cook, this is a keeper. If desired, add a cup or so of frozen peas or broccoli to the sauce prior to mixing with the pasta. Garlic bread and a tossed salad rounded out this meal that bowled my family over. I wouldn't hesitate to serve this to company.

    Recipe #466918

    I found this recipe in the "Cooking with Paula Deen" magazine and prepared it for my family. It is the hands down the best meatloaf I've ever had and my family was very pleased. Give this one a try and I think you'll agree. When you do, share your thoughts. One thing I learned about preparing meatloaf; when mixing and forming it, don't manhandle it. Over handling and squeezing the ingredients into the meat to blend cause the meatloaf to be tough; handle with care and you'll be rewarded with a wonderful meal.

    Recipe #466268

    I found this potato salad recipe on "The German Food Guide" website. I loved all the ingredients that go into making this dish. To be sure, this is not a low-fat, low calorie dish but it sure sounds good. Prep time includes marination time. I am posting this for ZWT 6 - Germany

    Recipe #425795

    Recipe #425755

    This is a very good, quick and easy chowder. Although the recipe calls for cod, any white fish could be substituted. I cook and and crumble bacon to garnish each serving.

    Recipe #396860

    This recipe is from the reynoldskitchens.com website. This roast is baked in a large oven roasting bag. I love these roasting bags and next to a crockpot, this is my favorite method for making pot roast and other recipes as well. Cleanup is a breeze too, which is always a top priority to me. I like to add potatoes and baby carrots to the roasting bag to cook along with the roast beef. Dinner in a dish. It just doesn't get any easier than this. NOTE: If you wish to have plenty of gravy, I recommend doubling all ingredients with the exception of the roast beef.

    Recipe #394623

    This roast beef recipe is from reynoldskitchens.com It is baked in an oven cooking bag, which makes quick and easy work of getting dinner on the table, and cleanup is a breeze. These cooking bags and the crockpot are my favorite methods for cooking roast beef.

    Recipe #394408

    These are very good waffles. I found this recipe on Mr.Breakfast.com while in search of recipes to use with my new waffle iron. I hit the jackpot and am placing them here on Zaar so I have all my favorites in one place. I hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #393890

    A super kid-friendly breakfast treat and so quick and easy to prepare. I found this on Mr.Breakfast.com while in search of waffle recipes to use with my new waffle iron. My grandkids love this stuff; hope you do too. NOTE: This recipe can easily be doubled, tripled . . . French toast and waffles together! The best of both worlds!

    Recipe #393879

    Another family favorite found on Mr.Breakfast.com I'm on a hunt for waffle recipes since receiving a new waffle maker and my grandkids are clammoring for me to use it -- and I am. Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #393783

    Another 5-star waffle recipe found on Mr.Breakfast.com I'm on a search for great waffle recipes to use with my new waffle iron. Trying to get them all into one place for easy access -- in my case, that would be Zaar, my home away from home, LOL! Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #393778

    Another favorite found on Mr.Breakfast.com Since I've acquired a new waffle iron, I'm in search of awesome new recipes to use with it. Hope you enjoy this one, my grandkids sure did.

    Recipe #393775

    I just purchased a new waffle iron and am on a search for awesome waffle recipes. This is one I found on Mr.Breakfast.com. I hope you enjoy it as much as my family did. Any left over waffles would freeze well (OAMC). NOTE: You can also try adding different fruits and spices instead of apple and cinnamon. I added a couple fistfuls of semi-sweet chocolate chips to the batter and the grandkids flipped over them.

    Recipe #393771

    This is the recipe I use for my family and its always a hit. I use an equal amount of finely chopped hard boiled egg added to a can of tuna (I prefer the albacore tuna). For those who don't care for a strongish fish flavor in their tuna salad, this'll do it for you. It truely is awesome. Enjoy!

    Recipe #392436

    This very authentic version of Chili Colorado was submitted by CoffeeHeaven on Allrecipes.com. My family and I are huge Mexican Food fans and I'm always on the lookout for the most authentic recipes I can find. This chili has no tomatoes or beans. If you decide to add beans, do it after the chili is finished.

    Recipe #373224

    This recipe was posted in my local newspaper and I want to keep it here as I intend to make this; I love the list of ingredients. I have also posted the original recipe for this casserole, which was also posted in the newspaper.

    Recipe #373133

    If you love spicy flavors, you'll love this. Try grilling fresh corn on the cob until kernels are tender.

    Recipe #373125

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