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    This is a kid-friendly snack - similar to Rice Krispie Treats but made with Fruity Pebbles instead.

    Recipe #142866

    This came from an insert out of one of the many magazines I get each month. Would be better if not too many of these are prepared ahead of time, as the chips get soggy if left too long. Maybe just do a couple for show, and then have the bowl of shrimp mixture and chips separately. Tostitos scoops work best, to work as a miniature bowl to hold the salsa mixture better.

    Recipe #225305

    This is the glaze for Recipe #270669.

    Recipe #270668

    I love pecan pralines, and got this easy recipe from a Christmas cookie exchange. I ate all of these pretty much right when I got home.

    Recipe #221109

    Similar to crepes, my mom got this from a restaurant in Door County, Wisconsin when she worked there many, many years ago. We refer to them as 'roll-up' pancakes, and like them with jam, syrup, brown sugar, or peanut butter.

    Recipe #221998

    This is a very easy fruit dip that pretty much everyone likes.

    Recipe #221996

    I got this out of Taste of Home, and this is one of the few dishes my husband doesn't complain about.

    Recipe #224513

    This is a super easy, super quick, elegant dessert that only requires 4 ingredients. Kids love it, and it would be great for drop-in company !

    Recipe #292554

    This is from Eden Organics website. A vegetarian friend of mine made this for their dinner, and graciously allowed me to taste test. I told her I wanted the recipe. Definitely a good one for those who are not familiar with vegetarian dishes. It could also be made into a main course by adding diced chicken.

    Recipe #383913

    This one is a bit different than others posted, as it also uses vanilla pudding mix. If you are using frozen rhubarb, make sure to thaw and drain it first.

    Recipe #271782

    This came from a bonus section from Taste of Home magazine. They can be made into a modified turtle cookie, if you add the optional pecans.

    Recipe #222007

    This started out as 'plain' waffles, but has since become one of our favorite waffle recipes. I like them because they don't need syrup - which is quite messy for 2 young kids.

    Recipe #226413

    This came from TOH about 4 years ago. Ingredients can be added or deleted, subject to your personal tastes.

    Recipe #271783

    This is an easy appetizer to make up, and is great for a crowd.

    Recipe #222001

    This comes from the Favre Family Cookbook. It's easy, tasty, and doesn't last long on a buffet table.

    Recipe #346312

    This is so good and so easy. I got this off the WW website. It is also easy to halve this recipe, or even quarter it.

    Recipe #265274

    This is a great one dish meal that I've been eating since I was a kid. This can be paired with any number of vegetables for a complete meal.

    Recipe #271646

    This came from my dad, who is infamous for this dip. It's great for game parties, and freezes well if it's not all eaten first. The amount it actually makes is an approximate, as I've never actually checked.

    Recipe #222002

    This is the frosting for Recipe #270669.

    Recipe #270666

    Courtesy of Dole. This is yummy, and start to finish is about 30 minutes to the table.

    Recipe #354255

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