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    3 Reviews |  By PaNik

    We were making pecan pie for Thanksgiving and my mom thought she needed to double the filling like she always does with frostings, etc. When the pie crust overflowed and there was still filling in the bowl, she was going to throw it out, but I decided to try a crumble-type crust to use it up. We had our pie, so we figured we would send the bars with our grandson/nephew to be with his other family. The bars came out so good that we did not want to share, but we stuck with the holiday spirit, shared, and made many more throughout the season! The cream in the filling is optional, but definitely worth it.

    Recipe #98719

    2 Reviews |  By PaNik

    This is a nice breakfast alternative to regular oatmeal. It is versatile and tasty. I eat mine with milk like cereal. Others like to top it with brown sugar or fruit. I got this recipe from my boyfriend's mom about a year ago and have been busy making and eating it and forgetting to post it ever since. I did reduce the sugar and change it to brown sugar. We love the results!

    Recipe #407377

    1 Reviews |  By PaNik

    I started with recipe #1423 and made enough adjustments to have a new recipe that perfectly suits my tastes. One big change is that I tossed the apples in cinnamon sugar. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Don't forget the vanilla ice cream and thanks to Whtsebring for the original recipe.

    Recipe #406699

    1 Reviews |  By PaNik

    This is a family favorite and it is very easy to make. We originally discovered it as an appetizer, but I think it is great for brunch. I also make it just for myself and freeze the squares to have for lunch in the future. The recipe is very open to substitutions. Fresh green chiles can be used if you happen to live where you can get them and the recipe can probably be made without them or with any amount according to your tastes.

    Recipe #98401

    1 Reviews |  By PaNik

    I have wanted to post this recipe for so long, but couldn't name it. My boyfriend and I finally named it yesterday. In my family, it was known as Cheryl's Dessert because the band teacher brought it to Thanksgiving dinner. We added my mom's homemade pudding to it. It has it's new name because I used it to try to seduce my boyfriend last summer, but he was so satisfied that he had no use for me after eating it! The pudding recipe works for cream pies or parfaits or even banana or rice pudding. Just omit the cocoa and add banana or rice or coconut at the end. Preparation and cooking times do not include chilling time. All times are estimates.

    Recipe #374984

    This recipe came from a woman my mom knew from her Bible studies and we have adapted it to suit our tastes. We both love to make it all winter long. We store any leftover punch in a glass jar in the fridge and reheat it on the stovetop to put in our travel mugs for work the next day. My mugs don't smell like coffee, they smell like cinnamon and cloves! We also like to rinse the spices after and save them for their rich scent. (By the way, we have discovered that generic pineapple juices that come in plastic containers taste better than the juice that comes in a can.)

    Recipe #100608

    On a flight to Hawaii, they served minty oatmeal cookies. I'm not a big chocolate fan, but I love oatmeal cookies, so I had to come home and try some for myself. I think they turned out well on the first try, but I would love to hear what others think. Just make sure your friends and family know there is mint in them or they will get something other than what they expect and they may be disappointed.

    Recipe #98596


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