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    The first time I made these I wasn't sure what to expect. My, my. These are like having doughnuts with out all of the fat from frying, none of the mess, and a lot less work. Yes, they are still rolling in butter, but may I say, every bit worth it! I got this recipe years ago form the Colorado Cache Cookbook, the Junior League of Denver. These are great to take to people that need some special attention as well as your own bunch who will be asking for them often! I am excited to hear if you like them as much as we do! Enjoy! UPDATE: As brought to my attention by a review, YES, just dip the tops in the sugar cinnamon mixture unless you want super sweet muffins! Thanks for the suggestion!

    Recipe #414368

    This recipe came from my sister in law. Thanks Steph! When I made pie crust they either turned out dry, rubbery, or too mushy. This one is ALWAYS flaky and golden brown. It is great for a pie that needs to be baked in the shell, a cream pie that needs a pre-baked shell, or I also use it for my homemade chicken pot pie. Ummm. You just can't beat it! (Don't let adding the vinegar throw you. I bet having it curdle the milk is the key to the flakiness of this incredible crust.) With any leftover dough you do not need, roll it out and bake it with cinnamon and sugar. It is so good. You may need to cover the edges toward the end of baking, so keep an eye on it. Enjoy!

    Recipe #412226

    This has become one of my favorite lunches. You know how you have had something so yummy you crave it for days? This is that kind of yummy to me. The combination of avocado, tomato and cream cheese on a toasted English muffin is just so good I think you will look forward to making it again and again. Enjoy!

    Recipe #411595

    I had never had Bread Pudding before I went to Vegas and had it at a buffet. Well, I fell in love. My obsession use to be chocolate, but since I've lost 52 lbs. I gave it up. NOW, my obsession has become THIS version of Bread Pudding. ( I have to be careful how much of this I make, so I don't gain all of that chocolate weight back!) I found this recipe on the "" website and I hope it is ok to post it here. This is true comfort food. Do not over bake or you will lose the eggy texture of the bread. The cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla are the key ingredients to the rich flavor of this dessert. I use french bread, and have even used dry bread that has been sitting around a few days. I even used wheat french bread once and it turned out great! The sauce is more a vanilla, butter, cream sauce. I usually make about 4 times (yes, that is what I said!) in order to smother the bread pudding. One recipe of it is just not enough. Ummm. Make the sauce while the pudding is baking and you will save time. You can also use a Hard Sauce if you would rather. (recipe # 102574 sounds like a good one.) Even if you have never tried Bread Pudding, be daring, and try it. I use to turn my nose up at it, and now, I cannot wait for an excuse to make it, again and again. Enjoy!

    Recipe #411086

    My kids use to ask me to make these enchiladas on a weekly basis. It is a recipe I created so some of the measurements are not exact, and for that I apologize. I do think you cooks can figure out the simple things that are left to chance. These are so easy and super good. I have tried using FF sour cream, and I don't think they turns out quite as yummy but still good. I hope your families will love them as much as mine have over the years. Make your own changes to suit your taste. Enjoy!

    Recipe #411074

    This was the cake we always had for birthdays when I was growing up. It has a rich chocolate whip cream frosting that has cracked up Heath Bars in it swirled on an Angel Food Cake. Don't skimp and use Cool Whip. The taste is not the same. This may be tons of calories, but after you try it, you will agree it is well worth it! Using a store bought Angel Food Cake makes this cake quick and easy, but if you can bake a good and pretty home made cake, nothing beats the flavor! The cooking time listed is only if you bake your own cake. I'd love to hear if your family loves it like mine does!

    Recipe #410740

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