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    I don't know how they will figure this out, but I am going to give it a try. Mom was diabetic and came up with this. You can make it large or small. Amounts are up to you. Large family, go for it. Live alone, make it little.

    Recipe #91844

    A nice blend of the whole wheat and white flour makes a nice soft bread.

    Recipe #91441

    Simple bread recipe, from before bread machines. A no-knead recipe.

    Recipe #91440

    Can't remember how many waffles this makes. Three children wiped them out every time (saved the last one to split with my hubby or we didn't get any).

    Recipe #91206

    Keep it simple. Made with the basics. Use fresh when you have it, then make do.

    Recipe #91205

    This had to have come from a Jello cook book. This recipe calls for dream whip. Do they still make that? Where can you find a doughnut cutter today? Do they still make them? Not a clue how long to let this set up.

    Recipe #91052

    Who says fruit salad is healthful? To cut calories and ease your conscience be sure to use the pineapple in its own juice. HA! HA! Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #90970

    Easy cake. Very rich. A favorite. Not a clue where the recipe came from. If you want, you can sub a can of sweetened condensed milk for the topping.

    Recipe #90846

    Wonderful fruitcake soaked in peach brandy or pineapple juice. This is at least a 5 pound cake.

    Recipe #90704

    Meal in a dish. What more can I say?

    Recipe #90703

    My husband first had this in the hospital. All he could tell me was, it had carrots, raisins and pineapple. Here is what we ended up with after several trys.

    Recipe #90702

    So easy! One pan! Put it in the oven and take the timer outdoors with you.

    Recipe #90512

    Mom carried this recipe in. Was shared with her by one of her co-workers at PRC. I omit the pimiento and the bread crumbs. I always add mushrooms. My husband and grand daughter request sliced water chestnuts. Can add peas, broccoli and or cheese.Pick a favorite veggie and it is a meal all by its self. I mix everything in the electric skillet and don't bother with the oven during the summer. Play with this one, create what you like and make it your own.

    Recipe #90511

    This one wasn't broke so I didn't change a thing, except I don't eat bacon.

    Recipe #90510

    Where did this come from? I haven't got a clue. I see it going, going, gone. Great to bake before bed and have ready when everyone is rushing out the door. Just take one (or two) with you.

    Recipe #90509

    I just like soup and chowders in the winter. This is just one of my favorites. It needs put together but the ingredients seem to be there all the time.

    Recipe #90395

    This is the recipe as it appeared on the Milnot can before we started playing around. Look for No Bake Cheesecake

    Recipe #90292

    This originally came from a MilNot can, but has evolved over time to what it is today. My mother started it and now my granddaughter is continuing it, and she has been since she was 6 years old. Now this is MY SWEET KATE'S RECIPE. Mom was diabetic and left the sugar out all together. No one noticed. Not to shabby if you don't happen to have a pie shell on hand. If you want an extra pie and you like it more fluffy, use the next size larger bowl of whipped topping.

    Recipe #90154

    Did you ever have a recipe card that was so hard to read it is like a child's favorite book? The one they can read to you word for word without ever opening the book. This is such a recipe.

    Recipe #90066

    Found this in my Mother's recipe box. We were always looking for easy ones for the kids to make.

    Recipe #90064

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