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    This is super fast great for a tummy rumbling snack, or time to go grocery shopping lunch, most of us already have these ingredients in the refrigerator. Cook time is only for 1. This is great for HUNGRY KIDS!!!!

    Recipe #118706

    My mom used to make this for us when I was a kid. Refreshing, cold and crisp.

    Recipe #118326

    I found this recipe at www.suite101.com, while searching for popsicle recipes for my boys, they really enjoyed these. Everybody popsicle molds differs in size, so I can't calculate how much it will make. My popsicle mold holds 1/3 of a cup, and I doubled this recipe and it gave me approximately 7 popsicles Cook time DOES NOT reflect freezing

    Recipe #125895

    This came from Recipe Goldmine. We don't have a Jack in the box here-so I can't compare it, all I know is my DS's LOVED it. I recieved a message from Melinda/re: this recipe. This recipe belongs to Todd Wilbur (Top Secrets) I wasn't aware of this when I posted this copycat years ago.

    Recipe #118328

    Corny eh? Well I don't know who had more laughs designing/eating this me, or my youngest DS. This is a combination of some of my DS favorite foods. Who says kids are not to play with their foods? Obviously not me! Gourmet Magazine here I come!!!!

    Recipe #120668

    Nice blend of flavors-brown sugar ham, red onion, creamy american, raspberry preserves

    Recipe #156943

    I love making shakes for my boys after school, snack and drink in one. This beauty came from Cuisine at Home.

    Recipe #113875

    From Taste of Home-great on Chocolate Bread!

    Recipe #157614

    This recipe came from Recipe Goldmine. It was appoved by our family so I'm posting it for yours! I served ours on rye bread toasted and added horseradish cheese. The recipe is for the 'spread' alone.

    Recipe #118323

    Found this treasure in an OLD Maine cookbook. I always asssumed when I heard Seafood was served with 'freshly drawn butter', it was plain melted butter. This is much less rich than butter. Lobster and clams are rich enough! I adore lobster and clams, but when it's dipped in butter, it adds to much richness for my stomach. This I did not have any problems with. No idea how many this serves

    Recipe #129253

    We love slopping up our med-rare eye round roast in this sauce, unknown origin.

    Recipe #111627

    This is a fun thing to toss in the kids lunchbox, or perhaps for an after-school snack.

    Recipe #118973

    My Dad in Laws recipe

    Recipe #123251

    This recipe came from the 3/21/05 issue of FIRST magazine

    Recipe #118330

    This recipe was found at an ice cream site. If you are concerned about stains use white grape juice and if desired, coarse white sugar and white jelly beans.

    Recipe #162448

    Yet another salad recipe! Don't recall where I came across recipe. I have had it for a long time and have made it countless times; it can easily be doubled.

    Recipe #111626

    This recipe is economical since it uses frozen strawberries, great year round treat. I received the 'Your Awesome Mom' award by making this for my DS's for breakfast. Be prepared for brain freeze...

    Recipe #153997

    These fried clams are nothing like the ones you find frozen in the supermarket, these are the real McCoy. I like to serve them with my KFC Coleslaw Recipe #110948, chips, or onion rings and french fries and of course tartar sauce is an absolute must! AYUH thats the truth. Note:the cook time is 1-1/2minutes PER BATCH

    Recipe #115269

    This recipe came from QC. I am copying it just like the recipe stated-BUT---If I were you I would decrease the sugar by perhaps two teaspoons we found it VERY sugarey, I also cooked the onions in a little water covered for 5 min., until tender THAN I added the peas and coating and heated for a couple of minutes, the peas were not over done this way. Try it and see what you would recommend.

    Recipe #119010

    One of those recipes most of us have already made. Adapted from Campbells

    Recipe #155543

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