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    Jo-Ann Garcia's answer to the regular biscuit! Light and tasty, you can add herbs to it to give it some more flair. I used these to top a gluten-free turkey pot pie! Very nice!

    Recipe #135154

    From Arrowhead Mills.

    Recipe #134808

    I'm staying away from wheat, but wanted a nice white sauce. All the others I have seen were thin or too sweet. This one is rich, creamy, and has a great flavor. Replaces white sauce in casseroles and tetrazzinis. Can be used as a base for cream of mushroom soup, too. Add spices you want to create the flavor you need. All spices listed are optional--I use this as the sauce for my chicken and rice bake.

    Recipe #134473

    I made this up tonight, since we can't have wheat in our diet, and I wanted to leave out as much dairy as possible. It tastes exactly like my usual tetrazzini, and has a great creamy texture and great flavor. You probably won't even notice the difference! The liquid measures are a guess, since I didn't get an exact volume. You can sub chicken, too, if you like.

    Recipe #133652

    Adapted from the Enchanted Broccoli Forest.

    Recipe #133430

    Just like it says. From Karen Page.

    Recipe #133429

    My son's going through a meatball phase, but I don't like all the salt and corn syrup in the canned kind. This sauce is no-salt-added, and has a touch of cane sugar to help the taste. I boil the meatballs in salt-free homemade chicken stock, but you can use plain water, too. Tasty for adults, too! Just edit spices as needed, too. I put minimum amounts for small children.

    Recipe #132309

    I came up with these to use up eggs and leftover linguine. It's easy, tasty, and is a definite kid pleaser--a good way to give them eggs. Adults can add onions, garlic, or spices as needed, but this is a good base recipe.

    Recipe #131216

    The tastes of chicken and sage stuffing--all in one loaf of bread! I came up with this when I didn't want cheese in my onion bread. It starts with frozen bread dough, so it's easy, and it tastes just like stuffing, with a hint of chicken!

    Recipe #129440

    Recipe #129117

    Dated 6/21/78, this is a victory for my mother, since no one else got the famed brownie recipe. These are amazing. They must be done by hand in order to insure the proper texture. Just think, you’re pre-emotively burning calories!

    Recipe #129085

    From the 1971 Betty Crocker Recipe Card Library. This was a childhood favorite.

    Recipe #129084

    My brother’s favorite dish when he was a kid. From the 1971 Betty Crocker Recipe Card Library.

    Recipe #129083

    From the Round Robin Family Cookbook, that started as a family chain letter.

    Recipe #129082

    Recipe #129081

    I know there’s a lot of recipes out there, but this one is special. My mother made this when I was a kid. I craved this when I was pregnant, but my attempts were never right. I finally got this recipe from her!!

    Recipe #129080

    My grandmother’s famous recipe. Much better than any I have ever tasted.

    Recipe #129079

    My dad’s specialty, right after his spaghetti sauce and cassoulet.

    Recipe #129078

    Martin and Joy were some of the best people in the world. Our family loved them so much. They are truly missed. This is their famous shrimp recipe. Billie Moore writes “When our friends…serve this, they advise all guests to wear old clothes!” There are no definite measurements available, and when you look at the spicing directions, remember, the shells are on the shrimp!

    Recipe #129077

    Yummy, and tangy. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #129076

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