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    I found this in the "Mystic Seaport All Seasons Cookbook" and figured I would post for safe keeping. They sound really tasty! They can also be made ahead and frozen (instructions included).

    Recipe #462872

    I found this in the "Mystic Seaport All Seasons Cookbook" in the "Summer" section. I cannot wait to try this!

    Recipe #462821

    I found this in the "Mystic Seaport All Seasons Cookbook" and it seems a bit different than the other recipes on here. You can also assemble this a few hours ahead of time and refrigerate until you're ready to broil.

    Recipe #462812

    I found this in the "Mystic Seaport All Seasons Cookbook" and figured I would share. It's described as the ultimate summer punch. It sounds really delicious with fresh strawberries, white wine and of course, champagne! Perfect for bridal showers and anniversaries. Enjoy! *ALLOW 2-3 HOURS FOR THIS RECIPE*

    Recipe #462804

    I found this one in the "Mystic Seaport All Seasons Cookbook" and it sounds wonderful. It's a frosty toast to fresh peaches! *This does contain alcohol*

    Recipe #462798

    I came up with this one after looking around for something to make for dinner. I found a few recipes that I didn't have all of the ingredients to make so I fudged it and made this little gem instead. It has a little bit of heat, so add more Creole seasoning to taste. It kind of reminds me of a different take on jambalaya. Enjoy!

    Recipe #462241

    I found this in either Woman's Day or Family Circle magazine and I'm posting it here for safe keeping. I couldn't find anything similar.

    Recipe #461381

    I found this in either Woman's Day or Family Circle magazine and I'm posting it here for safe keeping since I couldn't find anything similar.

    Recipe #461361

    I found this in either Woman's Day or Family Circle magazine. I'm posting it for safe keeping since I couldn't find anything similar on the site.

    Recipe #461343

    This one is really easy and kids will love it. You can also sub baby cereal (mixed with half water/half formula) for the mashed potatoes. Serve with a little tomato sauce and soft, cooked pasta. It is recommended for babies that are 8 months and older, but they also advise speaking to your pediatrician before starting your baby on solids. Also, remember to follow the RULE OF FOUR (wait 4 days after introducing new foods) and make sure your baby has had no allergic reactions to any of the foods in this recipe before serving it!

    Recipe #459992

    This one is awesome! My son loves them and they're easily made ahead and frozen (which I love). I found the recipe on homemade-baby-food-recipes.com and I'm posting here for safe keeping. It is recommended for babies that are 8 months and older, but they also advise speaking to your pediatrician before starting your baby on solids. Also, remember to follow the RULE OF FOUR (wait 4 days after introducing new foods) and make sure your baby has had no allergic reactions to any of the foods in this recipe before serving it!

    Recipe #459991

    My son LOVES these! I found it on wholesomebabyfood.com and I am posting it here for safe keeping. These are really simple to make, don't cost a lot and kids will inhale them! They are recommended for babies that are 6 months and older, but they also advise speaking to your pediatrician before starting your baby on solids. Also, remember to follow the RULE OF FOUR (wait 4 days after introducing new foods) and make sure your baby has had no allergic reactions to any of the foods in this recipe before serving it!

    Recipe #459990

    I found this one on wholesomebabyfood.com and posted it here for safe keeping. These fries bake up soft and delicious with the addition of cinnamon and brown sugar. The little ones can't keep their hands off of them! They are recommended for babies that are 6 months and older, but they also advise speaking to your pediatrician before starting your baby on solids. Also, remember to follow the RULE OF FOUR (wait 4 days after introducing new foods) and make sure your baby has had no allergic reactions to any of the foods in this recipe before serving it!

    Recipe #459989

    I found this recipe on wholesomebabyfood.com and I am posting it for safe keeping. It is recommended for babies that are 6 months and older, but they also advise speaking to your pediatrician before starting your baby on solids. Also, remember to follow the RULE OF FOUR (wait 4 days after introducing new foods) and make sure your baby has had no allergic reactions to any of the foods in this recipe before serving it!

    Recipe #459988

    My hubby is the Grill Master so he was talking about wanting to make a "different" kind of burger. We put our heads together and came up with this little gem. It was one of the best burgers that I've ever had! There's a little bit of spice and a little bit of sweet. It wasn't the juiciest, but when you put everything together, it is guaranteed not to disappoint!

    Recipe #459928

    The kids will love these and they are so much better than the store bought junk! It's a fairly simple recipe and you can add whatever dried fruit you want to get a different flavor. And if you're having a chocolate craving, stir in 1/2 c chocolate chips!

    Recipe #459925

    These little guys make a great lunch or snack for the kids. They're a quick and easy, no frills version that comes together in a snap and makes everyone happy! Plus, they're not too bad on the figure! **NOTE: I listed black beans in the ingredients, but any kind of beans can be used.**

    Recipe #459924

    I made this for my husband and myself but I now make it regularly for my 11 month-old son to eat since he gobbled it up when I let him try it! I'm not sure where the original recipe came from but after I made it, I thought the lemon juice overpowered everything and there wasn't enough flavor. I played around with it and this is what I came up with. It's a great dip for carrot and raw green pepper sticks (not to mention that it's pretty healthy to boot!) Enjoy! **NOTE: THIS RECIPE IS FOR THE PARTY BATCH OF DIP. IT CAN EASILY BE HALVED SINCE IT SHOULD BE EATEN WITHIN 4 DAYS OF MAKING IT.**

    Recipe #459923

    I found this recipe on Bettycrocker.com and figured I would post for future reference. I also think I'm going to be making it this weekend. I'll update and post a picture when I do. It's a beautiful cake with red, white and blue swirled layers and red, white and blue drizzled icing. It would be perfect for any 4th of July picnic!

    Recipe #459822

    I made this for the first time over Memorial Day weekend since my husband was having a craving for pineapple. I took a few other recipes, changed them up and combined them to come up with this one. My husband loved it! The crust seemed dry after I baked it but when the pudding mixture sat in it overnight, it got soft and delicious. Use low-fat or nonfat ingredients to get a delicious dessert without all the guilt! You can also add other fruit to switch it up a little. I think next time I'll add mandarin oranges and cherries along with the pineapple. (Plan ahead because this needs at least 1 hour to chill but I wasn't sure exactly how to input that into the total cook time. It took about a half hour to prepare with 1 hour chill time.) (The pictures are of the dessert before I added the whipped topping)

    Recipe #457619

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