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    Turkey and chile stuffing combine to make this easy one-dish meal with a Tex-Mex twist. The chopped canned chiles are mildly spicy, but not hot. If you do want more heat, just add a little more chili powder. (From Betty Crocker's "Money Saving Meals" cookbook).

    Recipe #490225

    Want to cook with Chinese flavors, but not sure which flavorings you really need? Start with soy sauce and toasted sesame oil - they're the most frequently called for ingredients in a range of Chinese-style dishes, like this simple stir-fry. Toasted sesame oil lends a delightful, unmistakable Chinese flavor but must be used sparingly. Store it in the refrigerator to preserve freshness. (From Betty Crocker's "Money Saving Meals" cookbook).

    Recipe #490222

    This homemade twist on teriyaki chicken has only four ingredients! The sauce mixture would also be good brushed on grilled pork chops, grilled fish like salmon or grilled vegetables. (From Betty Crocker's "Money Saving Meals" cookbook).

    Recipe #490221

    I found this recipe on the Betty Crocker website and decided to give it a go for a church bake sale. They were AWESOME! They dough consists of three ingredients and they cinnamon sugar coating is just two. They come together easily and make enough to feed a crowd. I hope you like them as much as we did! (COOK TIME IS PER BATCH)

    Recipe #490063

    I found the "base recipe" for these muffins on the Dunkin Hines site and added a bunch of goodies to come up with something so dark and sinful that it should be eaten with caution. The chocolate chips add a sweetness that counteracts the tartness of the Devil's Food Cake and mocha. Enjoy with caution!

    Recipe #490061

    I was looking for some simple muffins to make for a church bake sale when I came across the "base recipe" for these muffins on the Dunkin Hines website. I added a few ingredients and came up with this delicious number that combines my bounty of apples, cinnamon and sugar to create a moist muffin that goes great with your morning cup of java! Cooking time is per each dozen tray of muffins. (Also, the picture is missing the cinnamon/sugar coating. I decided to add that later)

    Recipe #490059

    I found this on the Semi Homemade Mom blog and I am posting to add to my shopping list and menu planner. I have already changed a few things and I will update after I make it next week (and I'm also adding pickles!). Cooking time is PER WRAP.

    Recipe #489982

    I threw this together for dinner one afternoon and the entire family was pleased with the results. It uses ingredients that you normally have in your kitchen to make a slow cooked shredded taco meat that pleases!

    Recipe #489980

    I adapted this recipe from one that I found on the Pillsbury website to get a casserole that is more like the traditional chicken cordon bleu. The flaky, sweetness of the crescent rolls in this recipe knocks the taste out of the park! Serve with broccoli for a complete meal.

    Recipe #489755

    I adapted my banana bread recipe into a streusel muffin recipe. The muffins are moist inside with a satisfying crunch on top. Stir in nuts if desired, but that is a no-go in our house.

    Recipe #489579

    I found this recipe on a site called bakeorbreak.com when I was looking for a recipe to use up a bag of M&M's in something for my daughter's Fall Festival. They turned out really good, and the leftovers stayed moist for about four days. They might last longer, but ours disappeared pretty quickly.

    Recipe #489572

    I came up with this one after I discovered that I had no cream to make a traditional chocolate martini. It uses a bit more milk than a normal martini would cream, but I promise that it tastes just as good as anything you would get in a restaurant!

    Recipe #488555

    I found this on a blog through Pinterest and I haven't tried it yet. I'm really hoping it works out because I LOVES me some fried pickles!

    Recipe #488437

    I found the recipe on a blog called "Nothing But Country," and I've made a few additions to suit my needs.

    Recipe #488299

    I'm posting this just so I can add it to my Meal Planner and shopping list. We're doing a nacho bar for my son's 13th birthday party and here are some of the items that we'll be offering to feed a hungry hoard of teenage boys!

    Recipe #488297

    I found this on the Tasty Kitchen website while I was trying to find something to make for dinner. I changed a TON of things from the original because the first time I made it, I baked the muffing until they were burnt on top, but they never cooked on the inside. I added more breadcrumbs and subtracted some of the moist ingredients to get this recipe turned into something not quite so disappointed (but at least the cooked tops tasted good!).

    Recipe #488119

    We have been using ground turkey in place of ground beef for a while now, and I am always on the lookout for new recipes. I found this in the 2012 "Taste of Home" cookbook (if you don't own it, BUY IT NOW!) and decided to give it a try. It is a thick, dense meatloaf that is loaded with hidden veggies. Even my husband made a comment that he couldn't tell they were in there. The sauce on top also gives is a sweet tanginess that adds to the appeal. It is New England comfort food at it's best! (Submitted to TOH by Kari Caven of Post Falls, ID.)

    Recipe #487628

    I am posting so I can add this to my meal planner and shopping list. I will update any changes after I make it (as long as I remember!).

    Recipe #487624

    I found this in the 2012 "Taste of Home" cookbook. It was submitted by Kathryn Davison of Charlotte, NC.

    Recipe #487618

    I found this in the 2012 "Taste of Home" cookbook. It was submitted by Richard Hogg of Anderson, SC.

    Recipe #487617

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