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    This is a perfect dessert to make in the summer-no oven needed!!! From a Kraft magazine. Cook time is freezing time.

    Recipe #429970

    this has dijon mustard & mayo. can be stored up to 2 weeks in fridge.

    Recipe #397911

    LCBO Food & Drink 2008 recipe. They're description says, "This is a cheescake fanatic's dream come true." Can't wait to find out! (May use fresh/frozen cranberries.)

    Recipe #397909

    I like that this is a small muffin recipe-makes only 12 muffins. Also like that it doesn't call for white sugar. I have not tried yet; but am looking forward to making it soon.

    Recipe #367001

    This recipe sounds great! Have not tried yet; but, hopefully soon!

    Recipe #366999

    Have not tried this recipe yet; but, want to post it here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #366995

    Havn't tried yet. Posting here for safe keeping. This sounds great with the addition of lime juice!!

    Recipe #365831

    Posting here for safe keeping. Have not tried yet.

    Recipe #365810

    Have not yet tried; posting here for safe keeping. I think the addition of Pepperoncinis to this would be fantastic! Prep time includes cool down time for bread.

    Recipe #365765

    Have not tried; posting for future use. Prep time includes the amount of time required for crust to cool.

    Recipe #365759

    I have not tried this yet; posting for safe keeping. Raspberry sorbet can be substituted for the strawberry sorbet.

    Recipe #365756

    I wanted to post this recipe before i lose it. I thought it sounded different than your usual dip and cant wait to try it. It's from the Knorr company.

    Recipe #363425

    My husband loves hummus; me, I find it paste-y. I bought a jar of Epicure Hummus Dip Mix in an attempt to make a hummus that we both would like. I tweaked the Epicure Recipe found on the jar & this is what I came up with. It's not a traditional tasting Hummus; but, it makes both my husband and myself happy. Hope you enjoy. ( I borrowed the suggestion from another Hummus recipe to use a dab of sesame seed oil to get the same effect of tahinni.)

    Recipe #363379

    I have made these a few times & always get rave reviews from my husband and friends. Add more jalapenos if you like them super spicy. The sauteeing & the cream cheese tend to mellow the heat of the jalapenos. I leave the seeds & membrane on the jalapeno to maximize on the heat. ENJOY!

    Recipe #356361

    My brother-in-law made this soup for us & it was AMAZING!!! I think he got it from a Canadian Living Magazine....sooo yummy! You could use hot & spicy italian sausage or garlic sausage, etc...the possibilities are endless.

    Recipe #353029

    This is a great recipe for using up leftover turkey!!! I doubled the recipe when I made it.

    Recipe #344117

    This is a quick pizza to through together. What I especially love is that my kids devoured it even though it was covered in vegetables and there wasn't a piece of meat in sight. Substitute your own favorite vegetables (zucchini, onion, cauliflower), the possibilities are endless.

    Recipe #282624

    Yummy breakfast or brunch for a crowd. Can kick it up a notch by adding hot sauce, onion, jalapenos-whatever you personally like!

    Recipe #276580

    This is a great recipe for nights that you're pressed for time. Really easy & really yummy.

    Recipe #274379

    This is an extremely easy, impressive appetizer. It is a pampered chef recipe that my friend and I tweaked until we got it just right. You can adjust the heat to your liking. (I prefer the heat, so I use 3 jalapeños.) You can also double this and use a larger sized Brie to accommodate a bigger crowd.

    Recipe #274191

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