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Not sure which magazine I found this recipe, but I want to save it to try in the near future. Sounds super easy.
From Martha Stewarts Everyday Living magazine
From King Arthur Flour. As variations you can use any mixture of raisins, chips and nuts.
This was a "mistake" my sister-in-law made. It is now a family favorite. You can use cheese or mushroom soups in place of the chicken soup. In the original recipe it called for Rotel tomatoes instead of enchilada sauce.
A recipe from Rosanne Cohen of Oceanside New Jersey printed in the Feb/Mar 2008 Taste of Home magazine. Prep time does not include rise time.
This recipe was given to me by my Weight Watcher leader. It is fantastic and only 1 point per cup! I have never measured the number of servings so they are just a guess....but it makes a huge pot!
Another King Arthur favorite. Note coconut milk powder and unsweetened macaroon coconut are available at kingarthurflour.com.
Another recipe from Paula Deen
From Taste of Home cooking magazine. Recipe from Erika Aylward of Clinton Michigan. Prep time does not include rising time.
Found in one of my many magazines....by Ken Hartsoe from Claremont NC
From King Arthur Flour. You can substitute walnuts or pecans for the Macadamia nuts. Note coconut milk powder is available at kingarthurflour.com.
Found this in Taste of Home magazine, submitted by Laurene Hunsicker of Canton, Pennsylvania. Thank you Laurene!
For some reason it will not let me enter 3/4 cups for amount of pecans needed.
From Martha Stewart Everday Magazine
Can't wait to try these. Not sure where the recipe came from but I am betting Paula Deen.
From Paula Deen. Cooking time is freezing/setting time.
I haven't tried this yet but wanted to save it for summer. Not sure what magazine I got it from. Cooking time is freezing time.
Found this in one of the many magazines I get. The recipe comes from Casey Van Gheem from Kansas City, MO.
From Sept 2008 Family Circle magazine.
From Top Secret Recipes - Todd Wilbur. I haven't made this but wanted to keep the recipe someplace safe. I am just guesstimating cook and prep time.
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