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    This recipe started out on FaceBook in our recipe swap group posted by member Vicky. Originally this recipe called for Kidney beans and Hamburger meat which I replaced the kidney beans with Pinto Beans, and used ham instead of Hamburger meat, (adding the ham instead of hamburger was by mistake). I was trying to remember the ingredients by heart. I put this pot of beans on cooking this morning while my neighbors were over helping me get things arranged in the house for the big Super Bowl Game tomorrow. I managed to set aside a bowl to take to work with me next week, thank goodness I did because the next time I saw the pot one of my neighbors was mopping the inside of the pot with a slice of bread.....all the beans were gone!

    Recipe #473732

    This recipe is close to tasting like regular tortillas. I've never made tortillas homemade before but GF tortillas are not available in any of our local markets and I needed to learn. I use my cast iron 9" pancake skillet with just a little oil. I had to make several before I got it down pat. Cook time is approx. and per Tortilla.

    Recipe #112948

    I got this recipe from "Betty Crocker's Holiday Cookbook". WOW what a great tasting bread. This bread is perfect for any Italian dish. And It's sooooooo easy! No dough to mix! Cook time includes time for packaged dough balls to thaw and rise. I used my bundt cake pan, because of it's thickness it took about 5 hours for the dough to thaw and rise.

    Recipe #105414

    My DH does not like the chunky salsa's so this is what he came up with. Oh I forget he likes it best without the fresh cilantro, I like it best with the fresh cilantro. Makes about 2 cups

    Recipe #104455

    These are very cute little Christmas trees. You can make the trees any color you want buy adding a couple of drops of food coloring to the coconut, or leave them white and use colored sugar. Cook time is chill time, prep time is estimate, it depends on how long it takes you to decorate. You also can use cinnamon candies instead of the colored mini M&M's. Merry Christmas!

    Recipe #104357

    Cute little Santa face cupcakes. Don't forget to leave one out for Santa Christmas Eve! Bake time is estimate, it depends on cakemix used, prep time is also estimate, it depends on how long it takes you to decorate!

    Recipe #104230

    This is great served with scrambled eggs with chorizo, and buttered toast sprinkled with cinnamon sugar! Cook time is estimate, I usually cook in crock pot on high for two hours, and I use the the quick 5 minute grits, not instant.

    Recipe #104024

    Very CUTE little cookies that will bring a smile to the little ones faces! Great little cookies to send to school on "Christmas Party" day! You will be the hit of the classroom! (hint: you can use icing bag with piping tip, and a frosting that dries hard to stick on the eyes and nose, I use a stiff buttercream frosting colored the color of the eyes and nose, it works faster for me than the melted chocolate). I just LOVE all the cute photos and different ideas for this recipe!

    Recipe #103865

    Here's something fun for the little ones, or the little ones at heart! Prep times are estimate so are cook times. (I use microwave to melt the chocolate chips.

    Recipe #103686

    Looking for something different to give as a "Gift in a Jar"? Why not Funnel Cake Mix? This is from "Gifts in a Jar For Kids" cookbook. Don't forget to attach a gift tag with the mixing and frying directions. (I would never allow a child to deep fry, but mixing the mix and sprinkling powdered sugar is fun!)

    Recipe #103684

    Posted per request. Great Christmas appetizer! From the Pillsbury Crescent Special Edition cook book. How ever I did replace the 1/2 cup chive - and - onion potato topper with 1/2 cup of my prepared Recipe #101256. This dip has a better flavor than the potato topper. Recipe makes two trees. Prep time about an hour, decorating time...well thats up to you! I would love to see several pictures of this one, as it can be decorated several ways.

    Recipe #103304

    Leave off the beef and you have a great vegetable soup! The vegetables I use are either fresh or I froze them during the harvest months. You will need a large stock pot (about 20 quart); if you don't have one large enough halve the recipe. I only make this soup once a year now. What I usually do is set aside the amount we will eat in a 2-quart sauce pan and add more water and the potatoes. I let the stock pot of soup cool and freeze the remainder in quart bags. It's great served with sandwiches, cornbread or crackers. I know all these vegetables may not be located around the world, but they are plentiful here in Southeast America in the summertime, at the markets. Some are available in frozen foods at large supermarkets. Finished amounts are an estimate.

    Recipe #103129

    Have a hard time getting the little ones to eat breakfast? Put a little breakfast pizza in front of them and they will gobble it down! (At least my grandgirls did!)Can be adapted for adults too! This is my version of Pillsbury's Cresent Breakfast Pizzas. You can also substitute the pesto for pizza sauce and leave off the eggs.

    Recipe #103106

    Another dip mix from "Gifts in a Bag" recipe book. Don't forget the gift tag. You can make this one as hot as you like by adding crushed red pepper. Gift tag should read: Combine the Mexican Fiesta Dip Mix with the mayonnaise and sour cream. Stir until well blended. Cover and refrigerate. Dip is better if made 8 hours before serving. Serve with chips, crackers, or fresh vegetables. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #102835

    The secret for my buttery tasting moist turkey, is the injector! Yes the large "syringe looking" injector usually used for injecting cajun spices into meats. The result is a very moist turkey, every time! Cook times are based on the size turkey you have. I usually cook a 12 to 15 pounder. I've based cook times on 12 to 15 pound turkey.

    Recipe #102731

    Another dip from my "Gifts in a Bag" recipe book. This is really yummy in the fall using fresh granny smith apples. I love that sweet and tart flavor. Cook time is chill time. Yeild is estimate.

    Recipe #102540

    Another great dip mix from my "Gifts in a Bag" recipe book. This can be given in a small zip lock bag or small jelly jar. Don't forget the gift tag with the directions on how to prepare the dip. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #102432

    Another recipe from my "Gifts in a Bag" recipe book. Because this one uses parmesan cheese I never give it in a bag, or jar. I'm afraid the cheese will mold before it is used. Usually I give all these dips in a basket and include this one already mixed up and chilled in a pretty jelly jar decorated with ribbon and the recipe attached. I also include a couple boxes of crackers and some chips. Great gifts for a new neighbor moving in. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #102343

    Another recipe from my "Gifts in a Bag" recipe book. I have made all the dips from this book and all of them are great! When having a large party I prepare all of the dips, so every one can have their favorite tastes. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #102243

    I got this recipe from Quaker Oatmeal web site. We had this for lunch today and it was very good! I wanted to share with all the salad lovers, or those on a diet. It's not low on carbs though, 32g. Since it was my first time prepareing, prep time is approx.

    Recipe #102142

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