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    A rich and delectable brownie with the added goodness of Guinness. Perfect for St. Patrick's Day!

    Recipe #514239

    This is a rich and out of this world gourmet cookie! A sprinkling of sea salt brings out the true flavor of this delicious cookie.

    Recipe #513556

    This is the perfect cake for the holidays! Keeps well, and can be frozen ahead of time. I love the fact that this is really homemade...no cake mix here!

    Recipe #510876

    This recipe is great for a flat bread with a cheesy flavor. I've also used this for a crust for pizza.

    Recipe #508863

    A great tasting coffee cake using almond flour, finely ground unsalted almonds. I'm sure you could make this cake using regular sugar as well. I sometimes use egg whites, or Egg Beaters to cut down on the fat content.

    Recipe #497097

    Baked meatballs teamed with pasta sauce and provolone cheese on a hoagie bun. This recipe is easy to double for a crowd.

    Recipe #475760

    I found this recipe on another recipe site. I changed a couple of things to suit our tastes, and came up with this delicious cheesecake. Perfect for Thanksgiving dessert.

    Recipe #468941

    I love this egg casserole because it doesn't have any bread in it. So, it's more like a quiche. We like to serve this with fresh fruit, bagels and orange juice.

    Recipe #458478

    A nice chewy cookie. I like to add M&M's, or chocolate chunks for a change. You can use all creamy, or all crunchy peanut butter. I like to use both.

    Recipe #425423

    I found this recipe on another recipe site. I've changed a few things to suit our tastes. This cake tastes wonderful, but if you can let it set for a day, the lemon flavor really comes out!

    Recipe #420026

    Perfect for Easter brunch.

    Recipe #417596

    This is one of my favorite Spring time salads. Goes well with grilled chicken or pork chops.

    Recipe #416819

    A great way to use up left over ham. I usually use the lower fat canned soups. You can also sprinkle crushed cornflakes on top for an extra crunch!

    Recipe #416140

    One of my favorite indulgences! This makes a thick and chewy brownie. You can bake in a 9 x 13 pan for a thinner brownie. Chocolate frosting can be used if desired.

    Recipe #413256

    A great way to get your omega-3's!

    Recipe #396702

    I'm always trying to lower the fat content, and sugar content if possible. Hopefully these cookies will satisfy the cookies cravings!

    Recipe #384942

    This is a nicely textured grainy, healthy bread.

    Recipe #383221

    I've always loved peach pie!

    Recipe #379811

    I made this cake for a church event the other day. Everyone loved it! If you like bananas and peanut butter, you'll enjoy this cake! ( I don't know where the name comes from, I got this from an old church cookbook.)

    Recipe #361148

    I like this recipe because it is slightly lower in fat than others I've seen.The original recipe called for 1 cup of white sugar. I use half, and it still tastes sweet, and I like sweet!

    Recipe #358136

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