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    Miracle -- my two kids, my husband, and I all like this! It makes quite a bit - we had it for at least three dinners.

    Recipe #423046

    These have a great banana flavor.

    Recipe #418028

    Wow, this bread tastes like cake! My family devoured it in one day.

    Recipe #415786

    Here's a healthy granola that doesn't have a lot of oil, but has a lot of good-for-you ingredients in it. It's good sprinkled over vanilla yogurt or with milk -- or out of hand as I walk through the kitchen! I bake it at 325 for about 40 minutes, but my oven is going wonky, so I put the recipes original instructions here. You can substitute orange or cranberry juice for the apple juice. I've used almond butter instead of peanut and it turned out great. My picture shows goji berries and dried blueberries instead of raisins.

    Recipe #412200

    From THE 150 BEST AMERICAN RECIPES. When I made these, I left out half the butter and sugar in the filling, and all of the butter in the topping and they were still absolutely amazing. I used skim milk because that's all I had, and light butter in the filling. They were well worth making!! Add 1 1/2 cups chopped walnuts and 1 1/2 cups raisins in the filling stage if desired.

    Recipe #366963

    From the cookbook The Gourmet's Guide to Cooking With Beer by Alison Boteler. I left the bacon out when I made it, but I definitely think it would have added something extra. I used reduced fat cheddar cheese and it was delish.

    Recipe #366949

    This is especially good with vanilla ice cream on the side. It came from a cookbook, but I can't remember which. Use root beer schnapps in the cake for a more pronounced flavor. Do not use diet root beer.

    Recipe #366870

    Easy and yummy. I made it with light Cool Whip and skim milk and it still got raves from my guests. The cooking time is actually chilling time.

    Recipe #337597

    I got this from another website and everyone in my family liked it. I thought it was delicious and very filling. I use the "Mexican style" type diced tomatoes. For a different taste, use Parmesan or low fat cheddar on top.

    Recipe #327039

    This is a bit of work to make, but the reaction of your guests will be worth it. Three members of my family immediately announced that they too wanted this cake when their birthdays came around. I made the mousse buttercream with a hand mixer and it took FOREVER, so don't make it unless you have a stand mixer.

    Recipe #310803

    Rich and delicious, I got this from a cookbook of blue-ribbon winning recipes.

    Recipe #309867

    This is from a kids' cookbook, so it's simple to make -- but it tastes wonderful!

    Recipe #308239

    From a kids' cookbook. The cooking time is actually chilling time. My 10-year-old made this with very little help from me. The recipe called for gummy fish to put in and on top of it, but we thought that sounded disgusting. We didn't crush the wafers into tiny crumbs, but left some pea sized ones in the mix.

    Recipe #295959

    From a children's cookbook called Monkey Pudding, this is simple to make and very tasty. I cut the sugar -- it originally called for 1/2 cup, and it was plenty sweet. The original recipe said to chill for 30 minutes, but 24 hours is needed if you want the cookies to be nice and soft (so cooking time is actually chilling time). I use Voortman Vanilla Wafer Cookies -- about 3/4 of the package.

    Recipe #294360

    I've made these a few times now and my family LOVES them. I got the recipe from Cooking Light.

    Recipe #283390

    Slightly adapted from Taste of Home. I made this on Christmas Eve and it was still crunchy and good four days later. It is best eaten the same day or the next though. The original recipe called for an entire red onion, but I thought that looked like way too much onion. It also called for 6 oz olives, but I put in a bit less. Cooking time is actually chilling time.

    Recipe #274744

    The original recipe called for 1/4 cup of butter, 3 T brown sugar, and 2 T honey. I thought that would be way too sweet and cut it down. I also used pears in their own juice instead of heavy syrup.

    Recipe #273549

    From Evelyn Tribole's Healthy Homestyle Cooking. My whole family gave this high marks. I couldn't find whole grain biscuit dough, so I just used 9 oz of lowfat biscuit dough instead. I also used ff cream of chicken soup instead of the mushroom. The cookbook gives the stats as: 366 calories, 9 g fat per serving

    Recipe #273403

    From Evelyn Tribole's Healthy Homestyle Cooking. I used 1/2 lb's worth of Smart Ground instead of the ground turkey breast. My family was fooled :-) and they all liked it. I also used black beans, kidney beans, and pinto beans instead of 3 cans of pinto. The nutritional info in the cookbook is 282 calories, 3 g fat per serving.

    Recipe #273313

    I got this from Oxygen magazine.

    Recipe #265475

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