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    Everyone in my family and at church always asked my mom to make these for Easter. Sometimes she would put one green olive on/in each egg (but I don't like them so don't add them). I tried to search and haven't found any similar so thought I would add this.

    Recipe #501195

    I make this every year for Christmas. It's very good, fast, and simple to make. I found it on Allrecipes.com You can use regular or crunchy peanut butter. (I prefer crunchy!)

    Recipe #200579

    I found this at allrecipes.com and have made it a bunch of times this summer with beautiful green beans. Even my bf who doesn't care for green beans will eat this! The recipe says you can also try it with broccoli instead of the beans. (Sometimes I use more chicken broth, just depends on how fast you want them done, and more or less flavor.)

    Recipe #135093

    A cold soup with potatoes and leeks. I found this from soupsong.com and I just made it today. It's easy to make and tastes good! (Although I didn't have the right equipment to puree and press through a sieve, I made it in my blender anyway and it turned out great hehe!)

    Recipe #135091

    My step-dad's recipe for tacos; we ate this often in our house growing up. Good in corn or flour tortillas, or one of my faves, a salad.

    Recipe #130333

    Just open up some cans, heat through and serve! Not spicy but you can spice it up if you wish. Has Campbell's (Formerly Franko American) Spaghetti in it. Servings depends on your bowl...with only 2 people in our house we eat up half the pot in a couple of days and like to freeze the other half for when we want some.

    Recipe #130332

    Another staple from my mom. Easy to fix. I like to add a can of mushrooms to mine, but leave it out usually because my bf won't eat mushrooms.

    Recipe #129468

    There are tons of salsas out there, but I haven't found one exactly like mine. (I don't like the taste of lime or lemon juice. It's similar to pico de gallo I guess.) Do yourself a favor and find authentic Mexican chips from a local restaurant to go with this! Can't beat the taste. :) Can spice this up if you want, I do this for my bf, just add some cayenne to the mix! I love this so much I can eat half the bowl in one sitting!!

    Recipe #128822

    This was one of the staples in my family growing up. I believe it was passed down from my Grandma. Simple to make with cucumber, tomato, mayo & salt. Tastes great, goes well with chicken dishes and hamburger!

    Recipe #128664

    Alot of similar recipes, but didn't find one exactly like this so I thought I would post. Brown sugar makes these extra sweet. This recipe is made every year at my neice's birthday parties. I got it from her mom. :)

    Recipe #128636

    My favorite meatloaf from my mom's recipe. Ground beef, turkey sausage,(make sure it is turkey sausage! if you do get ground turkey like I did on accident once, just use extra spices for more flavor!) crackers, eggs, ketchup, woo sauce, onions, garlic powder. Serving size depends on how much you like it! It's good leftover the next day on sandwiches, too. Also, you could divide this mix up and add onion, green pepper, or other veggies to each person's liking and put in small loaf pans. Sometimes I make this into two loaves and save the second one for another day or even freeze it. (Just cut the bake time down or it'll burn!)

    Recipe #128632

    I adapted this dish from an online community to please my tastes. You can also use sour cream if you don't have cream cheese on hand. For quickness I also use minced garlic from a jar. I love garlic pepper salt, you should be able to find this but if not you can add them individually.

    Recipe #127640

    This microwave recipe was given to me by my mom about 20 years ago. It is sooo easy to make and tastes delicious!

    Recipe #127551


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