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    NO cottage cheese! NO ricotta cheese! Mozzarella ONLY. Thanks to my aunt for finding this recipe. No one in the family is fond of cottage or ricotta cheese so this recipe is definitely a favorite! I prefer ground beef to Italian sausage. I also use shredded mozzarella cheese instead of sliced. And although the recipe calls for boiling water, I usually don't bother boiling it first. (I only have one pot! LOL!)

    Recipe #106904

    Most of the chicken broccoli casseroles I've seen here all have mayonaisse. Ick! This recipe uses a mixture of three different soups instead for it's creamy texture. The original recipe calls for cooked chicken breasts and cooked broccoli. I don't have time to cook things before I cook them! So I've always used uncooked chicken and frozen uncooked broccoli. Seems fine to me! :) Cooking time doesn't reflect pre-cooking of the chicken or broccoli... I can't stand cheddar cheese so I substitute mozzarella because that's the only cheese I can eat. I don't like mushrooms either, so I never put them in. Feel free to experiment!

    Recipe #107663

    No fancy ingredients here... Not like we need another meatloaf recipe, but I figured I'd should post my Grandma's for people like me who like a quick easy meatloaf without a lot of fuss. Most of the meatloaves I saw here had things I'd never even consider putting in a meatloaf! :) At times I will substitute the onion with approx. 1/4 cup dried onion flakes. I also have substituted the garlic with garlic powder. I've never tried making it with horseradish. (I was a notoriously picky eater as a kid so I don't think Grandma put it in when I came to visit either.) I usually don't bother beating the egg... (Boy do I sound lazy! Don't tell Mom! LOL!) I've only recently started putting ketchup on the top before baking, so I don't think it's necessary to keep the meatloaf moist. Mom used to use her own dried bread crumbs, but I use the plain storebought kind. I haven't been adventurous enough to try any flavored bread crumbs... Make sure lean ground beef is used otherwise the meatloaf can get too greasy and/or bubble over the pan while baking. I also recommend checking the center to make sure it's done. On occasion it has taken over an hour to bake.

    Recipe #106650

    This recipe is from a package of Knox gelatin. I didn't have enough gelatin to try it, but it looks pretty simple to make. I think it would be fun to play around with different flavors...

    Recipe #196761

    My favorite cookies since I was a little girl - and I don't really like mint! Thanks Grandma! :) Times and amounts are approximate since I haven't been able to make these in a long time. I can never find the mint chocolate chips when I want to bake! And I've never owned a double boiler...keeping an eye on the chips as they melt on the stove works just fine.

    Recipe #147279

    I found this pie among some family recipes. I'm not very knowledgeable with fruit pies so I asked a question about it on the Recipezaar forums. I promised to post the recipe if it turned out. My co-workers loved it, so here it is! Cooking time includes baking of the pie crust.

    Recipe #106187

    Made this up after winning a ham at the company Christmas party. I'm not a big ham or soup fan, but the ham turned out pretty good and I thought I'd experiment with a soup to use up some of the leftovers. I couldn't find a recipe I liked, so I basically combined three recipes I found on 'Zaar. I'm a picky eater - don't like carrots or many types of beans - which is why I didn't stick to the navy bean/pea/carrot type recipes. I used cornstarch to thicken which didn't work very well. Another recipe recommended the potato flakes (which I don't have). I made my ham with looneytunesfan's Brown Sugar Honey Baked Ham recipe (#151563). The soup seemed sweet to me and I'm guessing it's because of the sugary ham. I think it turned out pretty good so I thought I'd share. Feel free to experiment or make suggestions. I'm more of a baker than a cook! :)

    Recipe #201956

    From a bag of Heath Bits 'O Brickle Toffee Bits. I have yet to try this one.

    Recipe #198921

    I used to work 2 (sometimes 3) jobs at a time and found very little time to make meals (or do anything else!). I threw this dish together one day when I needed something quick and easy to heat up at lunchtime. It's become my favorite meal to take to work. I think any type of whitefish can be used. I tend to use catfish. I have used Dover Sole, but my coworkers couldn't stand the smell when I put it in the microwave! Amounts are approximate. If I feel it needs more potatoes or broccoli, I add more. Less butter can probably be used, but I like butter... Peel the potatoes if you want, but that would make it less quick and easy! Don't thaw the broccoli or it will get overdone and mushy. Feel free to experiment.

    Recipe #107471

    From a box of Land O Lakes butter. Sounds good and definitely easy. Pretty flexible too. It says you can substitute creme de menthe baking chips, nuts or chopped dried fruit for the M&Ms if desired. I normally don't have yellow cake mix on hand so I have yet to try these.

    Recipe #199010

    I copied this recipe years ago out of a cookbook a friend received for Christmas. It has been one of my favorite pasta recipes ever since. I can't stand mushrooms, so I never use them. I also use lobster meat sometimes. Imitation crab and/or lobster meat works well in a pinch. Sauce tends to thicken after removed from heat. Since the recipe was listed as a sauce, it didn't give an exact amount of pasta. It simply recommended using a shell or curly type. I'm guessing 6-8 ounces is how much I use and I usually use rotini. Cooking the pasta isn't included in cooking time.

    Recipe #106905

    This topping always reminds me of holidays at Grandma's. The only vegetable I ate as a kid was corn, but I hear Grandma used this topping on most of her vegetables. It really makes veggies just a little more special. I tend to only make it on holidays myself. I've never known anyone who's heard of bread crumb topping which is why I'm posting it. My aunt found the recipe in a Scottish cookbook and was even served vegetables with crumbs while on vacation in Scotland. Grandma was of German descent so I don't know how or why she started making vegetables this way. :) Homemade dried bread crumbs are the best, but I've used plain packaged kinds also.

    Recipe #107350

    Found this recipe on the back of a Breadshop brand Pralines 'n Cream Granola cereal box. Ingredients and instructions are theirs. They don't give a yield or prep time, so I'm making a guess. I'm not a big fan of fruit so I haven't tried this one yet, but thought someone else may like the recipe. I may try making this over the holidays. I had never heard of Breadshop granola and found this cereal at a small local market. I'm guessing that any kind of granola cereal would work, so you can choose the flavor you prefer if pralines and cream isn't available. I'm also not a big health nut so when I do make this, I will probably use butter instead of the Hain Safflower Margarine (which I've never heard of!) :)

    Recipe #190103

    From a box of Land O Lakes butter. Sounds interesting, but I don't own a bundt/angel food pan to try just yet...

    Recipe #198924

    I believe I found this recipe on the back of a Hershey's package. It must be an older recipe because I've seen chips in the store lately that are a peanut butter/chocolate mix. I'd use a bag of those next time. However, I'm sure when I decide to make these again, I won't be able to find the mixed bag! :)

    Recipe #147512

    This is from a Land O Lakes butter package. Says it's easy to make and is good on pancakes or muffins. I don't like fruit so I'm not going to try it, but it's an interesting idea and a nice alternative to other spreads. You can use your favorite fruit flavor (strawberry, blackberry, pineapple, raspberry, etc.).

    Recipe #196693

    Not sure where I picked up this recipe. I like the addition of oats and nuts which a lot of other coconut cookie recipes don't have. I don't like too much coconut so the oats and nuts tone down the coconut taste. I usually toast the coconut and nuts while preheating the oven.

    Recipe #147506

    From a package of Land O Lakes butter. Don't let the orange juice throw you! I just made Orange Drop Cookies (Recipe # 191691) which also uses orange juice and they were some of the best cookies I've ever made - despite the fact that I don't like fruit. I have yet to try this recipe, but it's on my list...

    Recipe #198916

    No idea who Buffy is... This recipe is from a former co-worker. Easy and very good!

    Recipe #146942

    I assume this recipe came from a package of Country Crock spread. It originally called for 2 sticks of Country Crock Spreadable Sticks, but I use butter instead. I recently learned I'm allergic to nuts, so I really like the oats and Rice Krispies in this recipe. It gives the cookies what I'd miss in a chocolate chip cookie without nuts. Since there's only a cup of each, they don't overpower the cookie either. I don't like coconut very much so I probably will omit it the next time I make these.

    Recipe #147208

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