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    This is our everyday bread that we use for sandwiches and toast. It's dairy and egg free which makes it a favorite of mine - this also makes it safe to use the bread machine timer. This recipe makes a 2 pound loaf, but you can easily halve it for smaller machines.

    Recipe #210212

    This recipe is so simply and so yummy! I make it to go with traditional family dinners and my kids and dh love it. My kids pick out the onions and mushrooms (hey you can't win them all, right?), but like the flavor of the sweet peas. This is originally from a Taste of Home yearbook.

    Recipe #188755

    I got this recipe from an online friend, and they sound delish, so I thought I'd save them here! Let me know what you think!

    Recipe #213930

    We love the little 100 calorie packs of the Reese's Mix, but I wanted to buy it in bulk and couldn't find it in larger packages. So I went to work to put together my own mix - this is the result!

    Recipe #220988

    I created this recipe one year when I needed to serve 75 fourth graders at their annual Valentine's Dance. It was a huge success with the kids. See if your picky eaters will enjoy it! I serve it over rice.

    Recipe #212023

    These are amazing giant cookies that are chock full of everything good - almonds, pecans, chocolate chips and raisins. My dh, who can't stand raisins, couldn't keep his hands off of these cookies. Don't chop your pecan halves and leave the almonds in larger pieces as well. You're going to love these!

    Recipe #204125

    This is a wonderful, creamy and rich banana cream pie. Make sure you chill it for several hours, it's much better cold (if you can wait that long)! Prep time includes time for chilling.

    Recipe #210634

    This is the salsa we put up each year. We learned early on (the hard way) that you should wear gloves when you're cutting up the peppers. You can leave out the cilantro, but we really like it.

    Recipe #212019

    A yummy and different loaf of quick bread that's prepared like a poke cake. This was listed in a local family newspaper advertisement around St. Patrick's Day, but you don't have to wait until March to enjoy this bread! We really enjoy it all year long.

    Recipe #216259

    The title says it all. If you are planning a BBQ, this is the coleslaw to take! There are many coleslaw recipes on food.com, but none just like this, and this is by far our favorite! From Southern Living Favorites, Spring 2004. Cooking time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #188823

    While searching for a copy cat recipe for a dip I had at a local restaurant I came across this recipe. I serve it hot in a stoneware crock with Triscuits and there is never any leftovers!

    Recipe #131623

    There is no substitute for real homemade soup, or is there? As it turns out, this is a fast, easy and super tasty bowl of soup. I came up with this idea when I decided to "change up" my regular 20 minute potato soup - we were very happy with the results. Our D&D group devours this stuff! You can use milder sausage if you like, but the hot stuff sure makes it pop!

    Recipe #205065

    This cooks up to make a pizza "crust" and is quite tasty. Be sure and watch your crock pot the first time you make this, as the cheese can burn quite easily. You can change this if you want; add your favorite combination of pizza ingredients, or just stick to the list here - it's great as written!

    Recipe #201976

    This is a great addition to your dinner plans for when you want Chinese, but don't want to make the trip to town! You can make this with chicken, beef, pork, or you can make a vegetarian version if you prefer. Anyway I make it, my family and I really enjoy it!

    Recipe #262291

    Taken from the 2006 Better Homes and Gardens Christmas Cookies Magazine. Bocca di Nonna means "Grandmother's Kisses" in Italian, a variation of Bocca di Dama (Lady's Kisses). I really want to try these!

    Recipe #258232

    A beautiful cake that is very yummy. Everyone will marvel over your creation when you show up with this cake. I served this at our 2006 Cookie Swap and it was a huge hit. From The Pampered Chef's All The Best Cookbook. Cooking time includes time for cake to cool and chill.

    Recipe #201843

    These great muffins are a perfect addition to traditional or white chicken chili. I originally created this recipe to go along with a traditional mexican dinner.

    Recipe #104985

    Haven't seen this on the zaar yet, I found it on the web years ago when I was on a low-carb diet. I've tweaked it here and there and changed it along the years. This is a frequent request for pitch-ins and get togethers!

    Recipe #133439

    There's no reason for your bread machine to be limited to just bread! Dust it off and break it out to make this delicious, moist meatloaf. You'll need to use the quick bread or cake cycle. Directions for cooking this in the oven are included as well.

    Recipe #204123

    I love soup, and potato is definitely way up there on my list of favorites. Nothing really beats my homemade soups, but this is a very tasty and great alternative when you are short on time and want something hot, filling and comforting. I serve this with rolls, or sometimes with turkey club sandwiches.

    Recipe #205061

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