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    I found this recipe on allrecipes.com and wanted to post it here for safe keeping. This is the best thing that has ever come out of my bread machine! A light fluffy tasty bread that my family gobbled up and asked for more! Remove your predetermined ideas of banana bread and try this yeast bread, the banana flavor is very subtle, but I think it adds to the nice texture. I am posting the recipe as I found it, but be warned I had to reduce the amount of yeast I used because when i used it with the full 2 1/2 teaspoons the dough spilled over the top of my ABM. I had better results with 2 tsp.

    Recipe #372326

    A satisfying snack that will keep you going through the afternoon! It will make a nice meal replacement too if you prefer to eat small meals throughout the day.

    Recipe #350403

    These have been my favorite cookie ever since I was a little girl. My Mom passed the recipe on to me. This produces a thin chewy cookie that you just can't resist. It also makes a huge batch, if your gonna bake you might as well really BAKE! Right? These taste the best FRESH, I keep only about 1-2 days worth out and freeze the rest. My husband will eat them frozen right out of the freezer and frequently I will too. The dough freezes well, as do the finished product. You can also keep the dough in the refrigerator if you are planning to finsh in a day or two. You need to use a large sturdy stand mixer or be prepared to roll your sleeves up and use your hands to mix! I do not recomend cutting the recipe in half, it just doesn't turn out the same. (the cooking time is how long it takes me to do the whole batch in one day)

    Recipe #304910

    This recipe is from nutritionist Zonya Foco, I love anything she comes up with. The original recipe makes a carrot cake that is frosted with a light cream cheese frosting. I discovered my kids love this cake as muffins, without any frosting, (If you want to make the cake, just bake it at 350°F in a 9x13 pan, about 28-30 minutes.) I always use a 1/2 and 1/2 mix of whole wheat flour and white flour instead of whole wheat pastry flour.

    Recipe #304562

    This recipe is SIMPLE and CHEAP! It holds fond memories for me and my husband as, it was the only thing I could cook when we were first married! I was so proud of it and (lucky for him) my husband loved it! It is basically a knock off hamburger helper. Its called a "bake" but I never do. We just eat it as a skillet meal. (What did I know I could barely cook?) This whole meal for 4-6 will cost about $3.00. Use the store brand mac 'n cheese and you can come in close to that amount. My kids love this dinner. I serve it with a steamed green vegetable.

    Recipe #295931

    A wonderfully moist fat free chocolate muffin, and a sneaky way to get that nutritious beta carotene! My kids have no idea they are eating pumpkin! They actually ask for these babies. The pudding mix is optional, it adds some sweetness and moistness, but you don't need it. The addition will add to your baking time 5-10 minutes.

    Recipe #259908

    A restaurant-style, hearty sandwich that brings rave reviews! It's a little more work than your standard sandwich, but well worth it!

    Recipe #241818

    I am always looking for crock pot dinners that aren't bland and blah. I found this one in one of my Mom's cookbooks and it really is nice for an easy crock pot meal that has good flavor too.

    Recipe #191417

    This is a burger that I created when my family was getting burned out on regular burgers, it was a huge hit and they request these often!

    Recipe #189541

    Here is an all-purpose baking mix that I make up for easy baking. I got this several years ago from my mother in law, and it is fantastic! My husband does not like the taste of Bisquik or other store bought biscuit mixes, but he loves this one, and we save money making our own. It only takes a few minutes to make it up, and then you have it ready to go whenever you need it! Use it in in place of anything that calls for biscuit mix or use it in your own recipe, by using 1 1/2 cups of mix for each cup of flour called for in your recipe. The mix already has baking powder,salt, fat, and milk.

    Recipe #165761

    These savory muffins are an adaptation of a muffin I found in a recent Taste of Home magazine submitted by Cyndee Page.I altered the orginal recipe by using a biscuit mix. It is very simple to whip up, my whole family loved them. I use my own biscuit mix called Missouri Mix as we don't like the flavor of packaged ones, but these would work fine with any of those too. Enjoy!

    Recipe #165758

    The recipe came in my TOH magazine today! I made them for dinner tonight as "practice" for thanksgiving. They are a keeper! Thanks Vivan Eccles, for putting it in the magazine! It will be grate on THanksgiving but also really nice with home made soups and stews. Prep time includes rising time.

    Recipe #140019

    I really enjoy a warm, creamy cup of hot chocolate on cold evenings. This recipe has a wonderful rich chocolate flavor without being too sweet. I came up with the recipe after trying one that wasn't sweet enough. All the ingredients are staples in my kitchen and I always have it on hand to serve or give as gifts.

    Recipe #139611

    I created this chicken salad for my sister's bridal shower. She hates mayonaise so I made some substitutions and it was a huge hit! It was liked so much that we made it and served it at my cousins wedding reception. It works best when you use bottled Hidden valley ranch dressing. It's ok, but not quite the same made with the stuff in the envelope. I love it served on crackers. It tastes best if you make it a day ahead and let the flavors blend.

    Recipe #138736

    This is a wonderfully moist cake that is perfect for fall! I frequently omit the sauce and just make the cake. I love to bake it in 2 loaf pans and give it as gifts. It is wonderful served with coffee or tea.

    Recipe #135781

    Serve with fresh green beans or a salad. This is a whole meal in 30 minutes or less. It has a creamy sauce that is very tasty. My family really enjoys it. Looks fancy enough for company too! I got the recipe from the Campbells Kitchen website. I leave out the butter, and I think it still tastes great without it!

    Recipe #133378


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