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    1 Reviews |  By Charmed

    This is my favorite peanut butter cookie, and it's always a regular on my holiday cookie trays. You can use any flavor jam or jelly you like for the filling. In addition, you could also fill them with melted chocolate, or vanilla cream filling, or even layers of both. However, my all-time favorite filling is surprisingly, orange marmalade. It seems to go perfect with the cookie, and the flavors blend so well that it's difficult for many to figure out what's inside. They just know they like it! From the Betty Crocker Recipe Card Library. By the way, the cookies are great by themselves, even if you don't make them into sandwich cookies. Time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #94371

    2 Reviews |  By Charmed

    This is an excellent, delectable loaf cake with a delicate flavor and a wonderful texture. It's perfect when you want something easy, fast, and you happen to be low on ingredients. I doubt you'd have any complaints with this one.

    Recipe #94274

    This is a very nice, basic oatmeal bread for your bread machine that I do make fairly often. The ingredients are simple, and great for those avoiding dairy products, since it's made with water. I think you'll like it. NOTE: I never tried it with wheat germ, but I'd bet it would be great! Baking time will vary based on your machine.

    Recipe #94271

    I really love Amish Macaroni Salad, and this is my favorite recipe for it. Amish Macaroni Salad is somewhat on the sweet side, so if you don't mind your salads sweet, I think you'll like it too. It's even better the next day, so if you can, let it sit overnight. I got the recipe from a Berk's County website a while back. NOTE: It does make a lot of salad, so if you wanted a smaller amount, it halves easily. Just use the 3 eggs chopped up and just garnish with paprika. Time does not including cooking the macaroni.

    Recipe #94164

    4 Reviews |  By Charmed

    This is a very nice glazed carrot recipe I got from a Woman's Circle magazine. It includes what I think is a very clever way of freezing the carrots so you don't have to worry about defrosting; they can be baked right in the casserole you froze them in, without typing up the casserole dish in the freezer. And it's a technique you could probably use with many other frozen vegetables recipes. I hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #94064

    2 Reviews |  By Charmed

    Posted in response to a request for crispy oatmeal cookies. They are from Better Homes and Gardens.

    Recipe #94047

    1 Reviews |  By Charmed

    This easy coffee cake is so rich and yummy as an extra-special breakfast treat, or even a delicious snack or dessert for anytime. So much comfort for so little effort. Another Betty Crocker goodie. For me, her recipes always seem to come out so well. This is no exception.

    Recipe #93975

    2 Reviews |  By Charmed

    This cinnamon-flavored chicken is unique, and very good. The chicken and the sauce bake up dark, brown and rich. From The Two Tamales. Time does not include marinating.

    Recipe #93862

    4 Reviews |  By Charmed

    This is an absolutely fabulous brisket recipe I got from a cooking site on Prodigy many years ago. The resulting sauce has a wonderful barbeque-like flavor, and it's my personal favorite brisket recipe. I have prepared this not only as directed, but in the hotter months, when I haven't wanted to keep the oven on for hours, I've baked it in an electric covered frying pan right on my counter. The results are a bit different; the sauce does come out a lot thicker and darker. But it is still great, and a wonderful way to get a long-cooking comfort food meal when you don't want to heat up the kitchen, or just don't have an oven available. Great for those dorm room meals! I used a 350 setting for the same 2 1/2 hours. Just watch carefully so it doesn't burn, reduce the heat if necessary, and stir the sauce a bit more than you would if using the oven.

    Recipe #93793

    4 Reviews |  By Charmed

    This is an easy and delicious version from Domino sugar, made a bit out-of-the-ordinary by the addition of brown sugar. Time does not include chilling and marinating time.

    Recipe #93733

    I came up with this one day when I had an unexpected guest for dinner and needed a fast side dish, but was low on ingredients. It came out quite good, and my guest not only had 2 helpings, he was very happy to take the rest home. If you want to use your own fresh vegetable mixture, chop it up into somewhat smaller pieces.

    Recipe #93671

    Eva Bond was the cook for the jurors in the Malice Green murder trail in Detroit in 1993. Her meatloaf was their favorite meal, and they requested it be served again, and again, and again. It really is a great meatloaf especially if you do follow the recipe and steps. It is suggested you do use beef with this, as other meats won't result in the same flavor. And don't leave out the additional step of slicing, adding the sauce and returning to the oven. It's what makes this meatloaf so good. I usually double the sauce, both to add extra to the meatloaf, and to serve heated on the side if desired.

    Recipe #93585

    5 Reviews |  By Charmed

    A change from traditional meatloaf. Serve with your favorite gravy, if desired.

    Recipe #93473

    Extraordinarily rich and decadent, this pie is a chocolate lover's dream. Like many of my favorite recipes, it is from the Betty Crocker Recipe Card Library. You can use a traditional, graham cracker or cookie crumb pie crust, but my favorite is a chocolate cookie crumb crust (that I will sometimes mix with some very well-dried and finely chopped maraschino cherries).

    Recipe #93377

    1 Reviews |  By Charmed

    This crispy, fried, shrimp dish, similar to Japanese Tempura, is flavored with Indian spices and then coated with Cream of Rice to make them especially light and crunchy. The recipe is from a restaurant called The Bombay Cafe, and although I haven't tried them yet, they sound so good I wanted to share the recipe so someone else can enjoy them before I get a chance to myself. They could be served as an appetizer, first course, or main course along with other side dishes. Time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #93289

    These biscotti are so good, simple and chocolately. I found it on a website many years ago in Prodigy.

    Recipe #93137

    A twist on the traditional cinnamon toast, this is a really yummy treat, even more decadent if you make it using both sides of the bread. You can use any type of bread you like, but it's especially good with my Bread Machine Cinnamon Sugar Bread, recipe #90502

    Recipe #93128

    Posted in response to a request ... Although I have not yet tried this, Danny Kaye was known for his expertise as a chinese chef. I read in the New York Times Cookbook that he had his own hug, restaurant-style kitchen, and gave many dinner parties for guests such as Henry Kissinger, Pavarotti, Beverly Sills, and the list goes on. This is supposedly one of his specialties.

    Recipe #93030

    7 Reviews |  By Charmed

    The crumb topping on this bread makes it extra special. It's an old Taste of Home recipe.

    Recipe #93013

    1 Reviews |  By Charmed

    I picked up the McCormick Cookbook for 50 cents in a thrift shop, mainly because this recipe, chicken breasts in a rich rum flavored cream sauce, caught my eye. It was a good move. The chicken was absolutely delicious. I had it on noodles, and thought it was perfect that way. But it would go with many things. I did not include the marinating time in the total cooking time, which is 30 minutes.

    Recipe #92823

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