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    7 Reviews |  By FlowrBx

    This is a quick and simple no-bake cookie that I used often as my kids were growing up - too many times I would realize that I was expected to bring cookies to a school progam in a couple hours and had nothing prepared. There were never any left to bring home so I can tell you from experience that it is easily doubled and that tripled, I used exactly one 12 oz package of chow mein noodles! There are other chow mein noodle cookies on here but all that I found called for chips, this one does not.

    Recipe #124349

    There are several rhubarb custard pies on Zaar but I didn't find any quite like this one. It came from a friend at work and was tried and approved by another co-worker before I finally tried it last night. I think the topping really finishes it off. NOTE: I substituted Splenda for the sugar in the filling and it absolutely could not be detected. (I would have done the same with the topping but DH made the topping for me while I was making the filling.)

    Recipe #124259

    1 Reviews |  By FlowrBx

    This is an easy, yet delightful, upside down cake. I usually serve it with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.

    Recipe #121470

    I'm am just getting into using couscous so I sat up and took notice when I found this recipe in "Garden Guides", a weekly online gardening newsletter. To quote the article, "This dish can be hot, or not, depending on the peppers you use. I usually make separate dishes of hot and mild to accommodate the differing tastes in our family--we suffer from Incompatible Heat Octane Tolerance Syndrome (IHOTS).... If you're sensitive to the oils in hot peppers, wear rubber dishwashing gloves when you handle them, and wash them before you take them off. Always wash your hands well after working with them and be sure not to touch your eyes or nose with the oil still on your hands. For those with hearty appetites, you may want to serve these peppers with a grilled chicken breast or salad, or both. Alone, it's perfect for lunch or a light dinner."

    Recipe #119269

    From "A Guide to Inspired Meals", a book of recipes from Lipton Sides.

    Recipe #118869

    It just doesn't get much easier than this fool-proof rice sidedish. It won't look like much when it goes in the oven, but trust me, it comes out perfect every time. I've been making it for holiday dinners for years. It takes 5 minutes or less to throw together and can go in the oven with those other last minute dishes or prepare it ahead and reheat in the microwave at serving time if oven space is a problem. Note: The original recipe called for 1/2 cup butter but I found that to be excessive.

    Recipe #117116

    2 Reviews |  By FlowrBx

    I got this recipe from my SIL. It's easy to make, delicious, and the loaves make great gifts.

    Recipe #115051


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