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    This recipe is traditionally called "California Cole Slaw", but I made some changes by reworking the recipe. The pretty contrast of colors reminded me of confetti, hence the name. I found the original version "California Cole Slaw" recipe while going through my deceased mother-in-laws recipes. Thought I'd make a couple ingredient changes and wala. Here's the finished product. It is even kid friendly. Hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #391498

    Ok, when you annouce that your having Tuna casserole to the family, they usually smirk and crinkle their noses, right? Well, I developed this recipe to overt the usual "uugh, can I eat something else". So as to fool my kids, I jazzed up the original verision and came up with this one, and it is very good! I never use chunky light tuna, as I can not stomache the smell or texture. I buy the albacore canned tuna from Costco. It's firm has a mild flavor and low aroma. Hope you enjoy this! Also, if your one who like a topping on your casserole, just make a bread crumb or crushed cornflake topping and bake in the oven for 15 min @ 350 degrees. I'll put the crumb topping recipe here for you as well.

    Recipe #389948

    I re-created this recipe after trying one here on RecipeZaar that didn't taste quite right. And the results were a huge hit! I experimented my version at an icecream social. I guess it was a "trial" run. Anyway, it was almost as much fun as watching the older folks facial expression as it was to watch the little kids, just go crazy for this icecream. Hope you like my take on this one. This recipe can also be modified to not include the eggs.

    Recipe #389942

    This is a modified crepe, packed with flavor! Except that you just pour into the pan like you would a typical pancake. The cinnamon syrup is to die for! Try adding some chopped *apples or banana slices to the syrup prior to serving for an extra treat! *Note: lightly saute apples till tender prior to adding to syrup. However, these taste great with just plain maple syrup or My Favorite Way: Butter, sprinkled Powdered Sugar and fresh squeezed Lemon juice! YUMMM!

    Recipe #389935

    Taste the Tropics with this delicious cake! Your family and friends will think you really went all out, when they taste this Yummy Cake! And to keep things simple, I created it using a boxed cake mix. What could be easier than that. The frosting is really amazing! Try using it on cinnamon rolls. Tastes like the kind you'll find on that really popular cinnamon roll franchise. Enjoy!

    Recipe #389692


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