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    A combination of other recipes created for my MIL, Betty, for Christmas 2012. You may substitute ground chicken or turkey for the chopped chicken, any of which can be seasoned with your choice of italian seasonings prior to cooking.

    Recipe #492328

    Recipe from the back of the Chipits Skor Toffee Bits bag, posted here for safe keeping, easier readability, and to find out the nutritional info (just in case you want to torture yourself). Originally included 1 cup of chocolate chips to be added with the Skor bits, but I am omitting them here for increased accuracy of the nutritional info.There is a similar recipe posted on this site, but that one uses Crisco.

    Recipe #473004

    A lovely sauce for pasta and chicken (or whatever you may like). Not for dieters, but worth every calorie! I love amaretto and looked high and low for a sauce recipe. I couldn't find any on Zaar that fit the bill so this one was created based on the few that I found from other online sources. It does not have an overwhelmingly amaretto flavour, but you will detect a hint of sweetness. Smells divine! Note: Cook time is approximate and your yield may vary, depending on how much you let it reduce after each addition.

    Recipe #413382

    I'm marrying into a Mennonite family, so I want to learn as many of the 'traditional' recipes as I can. We don't eat a lot of Mennonite dishes, but knowing about them is a great way to get immersed in the culture (and it gives me something to talk about with my fiance's grandma and her Church Ladies when I join them for coffee). This is one of the first recipes that my MIL taught me, and it's by far the easiest to remember. Creamy with a bit of zing, this is a quick and easy side dish or condiment, best enjoyed using garden-fresh cukes. Amounts are estimated as this is pretty much a taste-as-you-go recipe, so make it to suit your own palate.

    Recipe #388461

    Fruited cole slaw created on a whim using things I had on hand, based on Kittencal's Famous Coleslaw recipe (which I love!). This slaw is going to be used in a Smoked Turkey Wrap for a light dinner. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #321482

    A variation on Cindy Scheck's recipe # 71205, Make Ahead Mashed Potatoes for Crock Pot, adjusted to feed my large family at holiday gatherings. These are super easy and very good. It looks like a lot of directions, but it's really not - that's just me being loquacious and sleep-deprived. Cooking time is a rough estimate - I wasn't really paying attention. Don't look at the calories!

    Recipe #274058

    A rich blender concotion created from combining Miss Annie's recipe #48276 and Rose's Granddaughter's recipe #145008.

    Recipe #153852

    I don't remember where I got this originally, I have been using it for several years. It makes lots of treats, sorry I don't know the exact yield. I used to put this recipe in my Student Handbook when I taught basic obedience classes a few years back. These are great training treats because they are quite fragrant and most dogs love them. If you are squeamish about organ meats, this recipe is perfect because you don't have to handle it, just dump it into the processor and you're off to the races. I sometimes use extra garlic. You could also substitute with powdered or granulated garlic, though fresh will probably give the best flavour/scent. Not suitable for dogs with wheat or corn allergies, which is unfortunate since I think those are the top food alergens for dogs. :-(

    Recipe #146564

    This is an adaptation of Resa66's Everything Breakfast Bar. My version does not use Splenda. Could easily be frozen in individual servings for a quick breakfast or anytime snack.

    Recipe #136075

    Thick, rich sauce that turns fudgey on ice cream. Whipped this up to serve over vanilla ice cream and chocolate cupcakes.

    Recipe #128454

    This is an easy way to dress up those pre-washed bagged salad blends. I liked the flavour of this but it seemed a bit runny. You may want to either adjust the ingredients to make it creamier, or simply serve with a slotted spoon. Why bother dirtying two bowls? Mix this up in the serving dish, then add one bag of your favourite coleslaw blend and toss well.

    Recipe #126608

    Based on TGirl,RN's Creamy Macaroni & Cheese for One (#88172), which is delicious. I have adapted it to feed a larger group. Be aware that measurements on seasonings are a rough estimate, as I am a 'taste and tweak as I go' kind of cook. You can adjust, as I have, to suit your personal palate. This will make one very full 9 x 13" baking dish, which is probably enough to feed 6 people as a main dish, or even more as a side dish. Would probably be good for a potluck crowd, too. If doing that I would try to bake it at the party, if possible, so the topping stays crispy.

    Recipe #122943

    This recipe is a little different from the others here on Zaar. My family likes these ginger scones best. You can also substitute currants, cranberries, or other dried fruits, but if you do that, double the amount specified for ginger (1/2 cup instead of 1/4 cup) because ginger is so potent. You'll notice that my recipe only makes 8 scones - that's because I make them really big! You can make yours smaller if you like, just adjust baking times accordingly. If you like a crackly top, brush with milk and sprinkle with sugar before baking. I didn't include that in the recipe as I don't make it that way.

    Recipe #108609

    Came up with this one on the fly. This quantity of ingredients will be sufficient marinade for 4 drumsticks. I like to use zipper-seal bags for marinating because the air can be removed so that the meat is surrounded by marinade, which means I can throw it into the fridge and forget about it until cooking time. I get a nice, even marinade on every piece without any extra fuss. Plus, it is one less dish to wash after.

    Recipe #95891

    This is an experimental variation on MarieAlice's Cappuccino Muffins with Skor Bars (#85905). I didn't have any Skor bars kicking around my cupboards, so I substituted with caramels.

    Recipe #94246


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