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    A fun twist to the usual brunch fare.

    Recipe #163532

    What's not to like about toffee? Added to the wonderful texture of a cream puff and you have a wonderful treat! Recipe from Land O Lakes.

    Recipe #162947

    From Land O Lakes, a wonderful recipe, easily tweaked using your favorite yogurt flavor.

    Recipe #162946

    A yummy way to eat spinach! I found this on the Pillsbury site.

    Recipe #162731

    Oh so yummy, even when you use white or milk chocolate. Serve with whip cream to cut the richness slightly.

    Recipe #161306

    A 2006 Pillsbury Bake Off Winner. Easily doubles for more servings.

    Recipe #161299

    A wonderful summer dessert from Pillsbury.

    Recipe #160712

    A little different from the other recipes with the use of both heavy cream and half & half. This was found on the TOH site.

    Recipe #160667

    This has become a holiday tradition in our home.

    Recipe #158035

    Recipe #158034

    A wonderful warm twist to spinach dips. Serve with tortilla chips, or any of your favorite dippers.

    Recipe #157872

    A nice dip for a crockette. Serve with bagel chips, cocktail rye bread, or your favorite dippers.

    Recipe #157870

    A new twist on the Puppy Chow recipe.

    Recipe #155505

    I was looking for something new to do with squash, and spent some time looking at different ravioli recipes. I finally took a little bit of this one and a little bit of that one, and came up with this. We really enjoyed the end result. They tasted quite a bit like a small pumpkin pie.

    Recipe #144234

    I was looking for something new to do with squash, and spent some time looking at different ravioli recipes. I finally took a little bit of this one and a little bit of that one, and came up with this. We really enjoyed the end result.

    Recipe #144233

    This is a wonderful way to enjoy a S'more, either at home, or around the campfire.

    Recipe #135039

    This was concocted after searching for something sweet to use up extra phyllo sheets. I couldn't find what I wanted, so I took bits and pieces from multiple recipes and came up with this. I think any pie filling would work wonderfully. The recipe has been updated with correct amounts.

    Recipe #118947

    I found this on the TOH site and it has quickly become a favorite of my family's. Add a salad and a warm loaf of sourdough and it's perfect comfort food! I generally make the roux and then throw everything in my crockpot to simmer for a couple of hours. I use a cup of the buffalo sauce and 8 oz of Velvetta and it turns out just right for us.

    Recipe #109295

    I found these pudding shots on the TOH board. I've made this many different times and I'm not allowed to attend the annual family reunion weekend without bringing these. I've switched out the irish cream liquor and used raspberry schnapps and cheesecake pudding, lemon schnapps and lemon pudding, rootbeer schnapps and vanilla pudding, plus many other combos. Any flavor combination that you can find a complimentary liquor for will work.

    Recipe #107198

    This is a great quick bread that I found online sometime ago and is requested often by my family. I have made this as muffins, mini loaves, in a bundt cake pan, etc and it is a very forgiving recipe. I've not used other berries, but I'm sure it would taste great.

    Recipe #106368

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