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    1 Reviews |  By Saturn

    These are great for teething puppies. I wash and re-use the pudding cups and applesauce cups from the kids lunches. **UPDATE: My youngest puppy seems to be allergic to wheat or corn. We haven't figured out which one. As a precaution, I now omit cream of wheat, wheat germ and whole wheat flour for her. I just use all-purpose flour (3 tbsp) and up the powdered milk a bit more (2 tbsp). She still likes them and they don't make her itch.

    Recipe #161473

    6 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Apple, Bologna and Cheese! I love a good bologna and cheese sandwich. I also love apples with cheese. So the other day, I put them together.

    Recipe #170017

    5 Reviews |  By Saturn

    From Company's Coming - Great way to start the day!

    Recipe #165586

    1 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Found on the net. I haven't made these yet but plan to do so in the very near future. These look like they would taste really neat and are so easy to prepare.

    Recipe #134953

    2 Reviews |  By Saturn

    This is what I came up with in order to create a smoothie for my hand crank blender. If you use a hand crank blender, it will have chunky bits in it. The bits add to the taste value in my opinion!

    Recipe #250932

    13 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Fantastic coloured marshmallows. From "The Magic of Jello" cookbook.

    Recipe #141949

    12 Reviews |  By Saturn

    This is our all-purpose recipe for breadcrumbs. We have used these to coat chicken and pork chops. We also use them in any savory recipe that calls for breadcrumbs. My fiance and I work this recipe together. I gather the spices and he operates the hand processor.

    Recipe #199409

    1 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Why not?

    Recipe #134967

    2 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Fondue is a great fall and winter meal. Warms you up right down to your toes! I love it after a walk in the woods on those chilly, fall days! I do mine in my little crock pot before I leave and then it is piping hot when I get back.

    Recipe #134137

    5 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Quick and easy. My sons love these! If you don't have self raising flour, you can substitute 1/2 cup all-purpose flour, 3/4 teaspoon baking powder and 1/2 teaspoon salt.

    Recipe #134145

    1 Reviews |  By Saturn

    I based this recipe on one called "Hannah's Corn Sauté" in the cookbook named "Cheap. Fast. Good!". We all liked it. It is nice as a change to normal veggies.

    Recipe #234320

    1 Reviews |  By Saturn

    I have never liked cranberry sauce before. This year though, I have discovered that I like dried cranberries. So I decided to come up with a cranberry sauce that I can like. You can put in the raisins and the cranberries or one or none. It is up to your taste buds! For my tastes, I put in both. :) **Update Mar 30/08 - After the last time I made this, I threw the leftovers into a jar and popped it into the freezer. Then the next holiday, I just set it on the counter for the afternoon. Dumped some out for dinner and threw it back into the freezer. It was just as good the second time around as it was when it was made fresh.

    Recipe #266106

    4 Reviews |  By Saturn

    I eat this frequently for my snacks. This makes a LOT. I make it in the biggest bowl I own and store it in the fridge. That way it is always ready when I want a snack.

    Recipe #218202

    4 Reviews |  By Saturn

    This is an adopted recipe from the RecipeZaar account. Updated May 30, 2006. I have made some changes to the recipe. I added some flavour and subtracted some sugar. I like it this way.

    Recipe #7545

    6 Reviews |  By Saturn

    This is from the Bethel Play Group from 1979. The ladies always made sure we had some in hand. Now I make it for my sons. It turns out well and keeps on the shelf for a REALLY long time in a freezer bag. When you first knead it, be careful, it is still quite hot. Edited to add: I made two batches today. One used up some alum I had in the cupboard from last year. That one never really got to a good texture, and I had to add LOTS more flour. The second one used fresh alum, and it came together in no time and didn't need any extra flour. I made them using the microwave. I boiled the water in a large bowl first. Then added the salt. After stirring it in, I microwaved the water again for a minute just to make sure it was hot enough for adding in the food colouring (and subsequently, the alum and other stuff). It worked out perfectly. I tried adding in some lemon extract to give it a scent but it didn't seem to take.

    Recipe #131067

    19 Reviews |  By Saturn

    In a recent Cookbook Swap, I received some STELLAR cookbooks from Chef #22015. This recipe is from one of them. "Cheap. Fast. Good!" by Beverly Mills and Alicia Ross. What a wonderful book! This recipe is now one of my favourites. The chicken is perfectly spiced, in my opinion. I love the ease of preparation! You may need to increase the spice mixture though (if you like it thick like I do!). I made up a batch of the spices and when it was gone, I simply made up another half recipe of it. Worked out perfectly with no waste!

    Recipe #217948

    I made this up to use in Recipe #187361. This made up enough to fill 30 cookies. I love it and could eat it with a spoon! Update: I have now used this in Recipe #173969 and found that the raisins made it hard to slice the roll into cookies. Next time I make those cookies, I will simply cut the raisins in half before making the filling. That should help the cutting process.

    Recipe #193012

    14 Reviews |  By Saturn

    These are some cookies that I made for my SIL when she was having issues with fibre in her diet. She was encouraged to have oatmeal and so I tried to find her a "good" oatmeal cookie. This was attempt number two. This recipe is adapted from The Fannie Farmer Cookbook. I have included two versions of a great cookie. When I make the cowboy cookies, I make them BIG.

    Recipe #180861

    1 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Found on the net.

    Recipe #134180

    7 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Growing up, my Mom always served applesauce with her pork chops. Some of her chops were dry as a bone so they NEEDED the applesauce. These chops aren't dry at all. The mustard and the cooking method help to retain full flavour and moisture.

    Recipe #243388

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