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    These have the same texture of the Lofthouse ones you buy but a lot easier! Got this recipe off Pinterest and love it! Putting here for safe keeping...

    Recipe #513961

    Foun this on Pinterest! Made it nd I just loved it! You can use 2 T. Of sun dried tomato pesto instead of the in dried tomatoes

    Recipe #501719

    Found this recipe in a Better Homes & Garden Holiday Baking Magazine. Tried them as they are easy and look as good as they taste. I doubled the recipe and glad I did as my family wolfed them up! I used splenda and splenda brown sugar for them. You use both sheets of the puff pastry.

    Recipe #492628

    3 Reviews |  By CIndytc

    I had this wonderful drink while eating at Ruth Chris in Reston VA! They were so kind to give me the recipe! Cooking time is shaking time!

    Recipe #480253

    I had this wonderful Tapa at a Spanish Dinner at our culinary school at NMC. Loved it so I am making them at home now. You can use mild or hot find them in jars at specialty grocery stores.

    Recipe #479576

    I got this recipe from Pinterest and changed a couple of the ingredients to suite my families tastes. Turned out great. Easy and cute appetizer I had a long baquette about 15 inches long and about 3 inches thick. You can cut recipe in half if you have a smaller loaf. Cooking time is cooling time in refrigerator.

    Recipe #477657

    1 Reviews |  By CIndytc

    Got this recipe off Pinterest. They are so cute. Cooking time is cooling time. I used Wilton orange colored melting chocolate, but I am sure you could use white melting chocolate and color it orange.

    Recipe #477652

    1 Reviews |  By CIndytc

    Cute decoration for Easter Dinner Table we got off of Pinterest and made. Putting here for safe keeping. One thing we learned that sometimes the bottom peeps don't stick good so we also added a touch of white frosting where they touch each other to give added support. You will need an 8" stryrophone ball, a dowel and toothpics to stick peeps on. Computer would not let me put in as ingredients.Peeps assorted colors are what I mean by marshmallows.

    Recipe #477123

    2 Reviews |  By CIndytc

    I took a few things from a couple recipes I like and made up this soup. Tried it out on a bunch of relatives and they loved it...Putting it here for safe keeping so I can make again. I used jalapeno flavored olive oil instead of the pepper.

    Recipe #477031

    1 Reviews |  By CIndytc

    Got this off of pinterest and want to make for is so cute and looks yummy! Cooking time is shaking time! You will need some pink (or whatever color you perfer) peeps sliced in the bottom to fit on the rim of the glass. The computer would not allow me to put in as ingredients.

    Recipe #476715

    Got this recipe off Pinterest! Loved the picture so putting here for safe keeping, gonna try at Easter!

    Recipe #476714

    I went to a party where this martini was served. The hostess used Cara Cara Oranges but I used a combination of Cara Cara and Blood Oranges for the color and sweetness....Great Martini I use Grey Goose Orange Vodka and Grand Marnais

    Recipe #473712

    I got this recipe out of a magazine called Bay Life North that they give for free in Traverse City. I changed this recipe alittle to fit our tastes and turned out perfect. I used Shorts (which they make here) beer called Cabin Fever... The cheese sauce you will find in pasta sauce section, I used Cheesy Ragu double cheddar.

    Recipe #472437

    1 Reviews |  By CIndytc

    This one the number one soup picked out of the Bay Life North Magazine in Traverse City. I used Turkey Sweet Italian Sausage. I added a tich more orzo to the pot then the recipe calls for.

    Recipe #472337

    My sister sent me some fabulous white truffle oil and I found this recipe in Cooking LIght and had to is fabulous and putting here for safe keeping... I added 1 cup of white chedder to it as I wanted a more cheesy flavor.

    Recipe #471821

    I can't believe this recipe is not in here. I got this out of Christmas Home for the Holidays Taste of Home Magazine. I made it as the picture looked so darn good.. So easy and it tastes like you slaved all day... I used fat free half and half...

    Recipe #471819

    I made this for Christmas Eve. I got the recipe out of Southern Living December 2011 magazine!

    Recipe #470574

    Found this recipe in an old Southern Lady magazine for Christmas. Want to make this for Christmas dinner as the picture is fabulous and it looks easy. Cooking time is refrigerator time.

    Recipe #469972

    It just so happens that my baby sister sent me some white truffle oil. And the next day in my new Cooking Light Magazine it had this recipe...I made it and it is to die for! Going to make this for xmas for sure! It says that a small amount of truffle oil infuses the shole dish with loads of earthy essence...

    Recipe #466944

    I found this recipe on the box of sugar free devils food cake mix from Pillsbury. I made them and they were so darn cute and simple! The filling calls for an oz. package of cream cheese softened, and added to frosting. I decided to leave it out and just spread the frosting that I whipped a little more and they turned out great.

    Recipe #465778

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