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    After a full year of looking for the best recipe, the one we chose was the one I created. Keep in mind that quality ingredients make a quality recipe!

    Recipe #435019

    This recipe is an adaptation of several recipes and the way I prefer to have my ranch dressing. Add more milk as needed for a thinner dressing. Chill at least 30 minutes for flavors to blend. Will keep about a week in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #421187

    My MIL got these from her student assistant years ago and we have been making them ever since! My husband and I fight over them when she would send them to us in a care package when we didn't make it home for the holidays. Now I make them as well and we still fight over them! I bake them on my baking stones which makes them softer. If using a metal cookie sheet they will be harder.

    Recipe #401958

    A super easy, super quick caramel corn recipe. You can make microwave popcorn without all the junk! Place 1/4 c of popcorn kernels in a paper bag and turning the top down a few times. Pop on the popcorn setting of your microwave. Listen carefully and remove when the popping slows. Over time you will be able to tell how long you need to pop it.

    Recipe #401600

    This recipe is from another Feingold mom (www.feingold.org) and is my absolute fave for regular bread. I use for sandwiches, french toast, buns, anything I need a good-bodied bread for. It's heaven on earth when freshly baked and spread with real butter! This bread has enough body to slice for sandwiches. Sometimes I substitute 3 T molasses for the sugar or add 1 T Italian seasoning. You can also put it on the dough cycle and shape into hamburger buns, hot dog buns or hoagie rolls.

    Recipe #322464

    Description from Laurie: I've been using this recipe for 17 years. A friend of mine was a nurse's aide at a nursing home, and was given this recipe by a sweet old Italian lady there--so what a surprise, since this recipe calls for all powdered spices. Besides this recipe making really delicious sauce, it is consistently good because everything is measured. I also measure the spices into a baggie and take it on vacation to make for dinner at the rental. I make the sauce nearly every week because it is a family favorite and the price is right (the sauce costs .88 per can and the paste is .33 a can, and all my spices are the cheapie brand. Sometimes I double it and freeze some --- but the armona is so enticing that it makes it worth it to cook it up fresh.

    Recipe #320340

    From the Southern Living Cookbook Classics. My husband found this when we were bored with the same ol' thing. It has quickly become one of our favorites!

    Recipe #298486

    Taco Stew makes a wonderful rainy day or wintertime meal. It is nice for a change of pace and a great comfort food. This freezes well and is made from ingredients found in most kitchens! The leftovers are even better and make a great tortilla filler for a quick and easy weeknight meal!

    Recipe #298382

    I got this recipe from the first cookbook I ever purchased through a fundraiser for my church youth group. This is still one of favorite cookbooks and my most requested recipe.

    Recipe #298306

    This recipe comes from the Southern Living Cookbook Classics. We have made a few changes to suit our needs. One of our most requested recipes!

    Recipe #298149

    This is a foolproof recipe. The dough can be made up in the morning and placed in the refrigerator until evening when they are ready to be rolled out and cut.

    Recipe #239941

    An unusual but oh-so-simple, pot pie. This is the only way my husband will eat a pot pie. He hates those recipes with a thick biscuit-y crust and this is thinner. It makes a nice gravy with the cream of celery soup and chicken broth.

    Recipe #163128

    This chicken pot pie was created one night when the pantry was close to bare. I had some leftover chicken, frozen mixed veggies and basic pantry ingredients but not much else. We now have this several times per month all year round.

    Recipe #436080

    Canned pork and beans (called "baked beans" in the South no matter if they are straight from a can or actually baked) are loaded with all kinds of chemicals. Here is a healthier version using canned white beans. This makes great beanie-weanies using a decent hot dog like Hebrew National All Beef. They freeze well too for stashing away quick lunches! I created this recipe after my kids begged for baked beans in the middle of the summer. I couldn't bear to heat up the living area with the oven so this recipe was born!

    Recipe #427999

    This is our adaptation of the original Eagle Brand Magic Cookie Bar recipe. We have adjusted it to suit our dietary needs and personal taste preference. The original recipe calls for a graham cracker crust and pecans as part of the topping. We prefer the pecan crust instead. Enjoy!

    Recipe #427996

    This recipe is from my husband's parents and is incredible. The original recipe was chocolate and it tasted like a Wendy's Frosty. You can achieve this by using chocolate milk instead of plain whole milk. I have used any combination of half-n-half, whipping cream and different kinds of plain milk (whole, 2% and 1%) however, the original recipe without variations makes the creamiest. We add fresh pureed strawberries in the spring and peaches in the summer. Enjoy!

    Recipe #426402

    Found on CakeCentral.com while researching the original recipe. I am personally not sure about this icing. I may try the other roux one. Originally posted by descakes. "This is the original Waldorf-Astoria Red Velvet Cake recipe and a huge favorite with family and clients alike! The Cream Cheese/Mascarpone Frosting is to die for:) I know it’s going to sound odd but give it a try and you’ll be delightfully surprised!" NOTE: I (cookfromscratch) tried this recipe yesterday and was sorely disappointed. It was a good recipe, but not lacking the flavor for Red Velvet.It was a lot of trouble for a good chocolate cake. The red color was also lacking, however, I did use natural food color due to allergies. I am going to keep looking. for a natural Red Velvet recipe.

    Recipe #425556

    My kids are allergic to artificial flavors and colors. I am taking some cake decorating courses to try to make more professional looking cakes for them. Piping Gel is one thing had not been able to find an alternative for I went looking for recipes. This one was posted on the Feingold Group on Yahoo by Covey Denton. Original description from creator: The colors (that are normally muted in regular icing) really popped! I also tried it with an approved juice and the color was really a vivid purple and vivid red. I just omitted the sugar when I used the juice. Just thought I would share a neat recipe and a fun alternative to icing.

    Recipe #425382

    This recipe eliminates artificial flavors and colors as well as paprika (chili powder) for those following the Feingold Diet. Make sure you use approved brands!

    Recipe #425101

    My kids are allergic to artificial flavors and colors. I am taking some cake decorating courses to try to make more professional looking cakes for them. Piping Gel is one supply I had not been able to find an alternative for so I found a recipe online. This recipe is from cakecentral.com

    Recipe #424745

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