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    Official Contest Entry: Simply Potatoes 5Fix Who can resist an easy way to prepare potstickers layered with creamy potatoes, cheese and bacon? Answer = No one. Everyone will enjoy this unique combination of flavors.

    Recipe #515004

    5 Ingredient Fix Recipe Entry-I just can't get enough Corned Beef Hash, and Simply Potato Hash Browns make the preparation SO much easier. I use deli sliced corned beef as a shortcut as well.

    Recipe #496754

    Ready, Set, Cook! Special Edition Contest Entry: I really like the crispy edges of a potato casserole, so I use cupcake tins to bake my Pueblo Potato Cups. My family prefers spicy food, so this is always a hit.

    Recipe #475630

    This is a great reicpe because it begins with a box of brownie mix. You add a couple of ingredients to embellish, and you're done. If you're running on a tight budget, just omit the chopped pecans. You won't really miss them. Paula Deen had this on Food Network several years ago, maybe 2005?

    Recipe #432380

    Who can afford real crab right now? My college-age sons demolished this hot crab dip. No one will know you stayed on your budget with this recipe. I serve it with wheat crackers.

    Recipe #427863

    If you liked the Taco Bell Fiesta Bowls, then this is right up your alley. Easy peasy to make with boxed and prepared items. I also use this recipe to use up leftover chili.

    Recipe #412150

    This recipe came from the September 2002 Quick Cooking magazine. It makes a box of macaroni and cheese into a tasty meal. This is especially popular with kids!

    Recipe #407391

    This recipe originally came from an old Food Network show in 2000. The man, Clahan, and his wife didn't have any children and passed this recipe on as their legacy. It's been one of my family favorites for a decade. I serve it as dinner and also as an appetizer. I did reduce the amount of sauce from the original recipe, but you can double it, if you want more. This recipe has never failed to draw raves!

    Recipe #406941

    This recipe makes the gravy from the seasoning packet included in the Rice-a-Roni, so there's no additional expense for the gravy. Got to make a dollar holler! :)

    Recipe #400095

    I make this for about 30 cents a serving, If you have leftover meat and/or veggies, chop them up and add them to the ramen/egg mixture.

    Recipe #398313


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