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    This calls for fresh raspberries but I am sure you could use frozen ones to get a bit more slush to your smoothie.

    Recipe #453933

    This is homemade hot cocoa that takes just over a minute to make. Uses baking cocoa and milk. It comes from the Nestle website.

    Recipe #454195

    This is just my regular Crispix, or similar type of cereal, puppy chow recipe made with butterscotch chips instead of chocolate chips; my SIL suggested it. We ate probably half the batch that evening. After making a bunch of recipes with butterscotch chips, I suggest that you use a good quality chip. I have had trouble melting some of the store brands, although Aldi's brand always seems to work well.

    Recipe #226849

    This recipe came from a 2006 issue of Home Cooking magazine. I want to put it here for safekeeping to use when the basil is ready.

    Recipe #476629

    This includes blackberries and blueberries, yum.

    Recipe #455917

    This is a super easy fruit dip that you can make in minutes. Great for an afterschool snack. I found it in TOH.

    Recipe #444703

    I got this from a store recipe card. I can't wait to try it. It is made with ice cream topping, honey and cream cheese-Yum. I would like to try it with light cream cheese too.

    Recipe #410033

    This is more a method than a recipe as there are tons of options to make this your way. It came from the Maxwell house website.

    Recipe #448000

    Any sauce that starts with ranch dressing is always a hit in my book. I found this on a bag of anytizers and didn't want to lose it when I was done with the bag.

    Recipe #443618

    I can't wait for the summer produce as I have really begun to enjoy smoothies. This came from Food Network magazine's booklet of 50 smoothies.

    Recipe #453932

    I was looking at several fruit dip recipes that sounded great but a bit bland. So I decided to try adding peanut butter.

    Recipe #416332

    I love to spice up a sandwich, grilled or otherwise, with a tasty mayo. It uses store bought mayo and only takes a moment to make. Give it a few minutes for the flavors to meld.

    Recipe #448653

    This would be great on fresh steamed veggies, especially corn on the cob.

    Recipe #453637

    This sounds like a refreshing pick me up in the afternoon.

    Recipe #453939

    My kids love sandwiches but I get a bit bored. I wanted to keep track of this so I can spice up a plain ham sandwich. It came from a jar of Hellmann's mayo.

    Recipe #447021

    I love flavored butters because they can turn an ordinary veggie side into some thing special. I also love them on fresh corn on the cob.

    Recipe #453634

    This sounds just great on any veggie or bread.

    Recipe #453693

    This dressing uses low-fat plain yogurt and a little mayo and of course blue cheese.

    Recipe #453527

    This recipe starts with grating a tomato so I can't wait to try it. I'm putting it here for safekeeping. I got this from Food Network magazine.

    Recipe #453346

    I like lighter dressings that stay as close as possible to the whole food, not using fat free versions of everything. They end up tasting artificial to me. You can easily replace the fresh herbs with a half quantity of dried.

    Recipe #453340

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