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    I adopted this recipe and when I finally got around to making it I was very impressed! My roomates devoured these cookies and described them as a cross between short bread and sugar cookies. They have a very light taste but are a crispier cookies. A great treat!

    Recipe #96063

    A recipe sent to me from my Grandmother that she highly recommends. Not sure what the title is supposed to mean - but that's what she calls it! I would describe this as a light cake with tons of apple pieces in it, but in pie shape. The apple pieces are chewier than I expected; not at all like apple pie. This is a very sweet treat, so I prefer it with vanilla yogurt, instead of ice cream!

    Recipe #134175

    Yummy treat from '365 quick, easy & inexpensive dinner menus' - my fav book for reliable recipes!

    Recipe #133966

    This is a simple, but delicious muffin that is perfect to pack in your lunch, or grab for a quick breakfast or snack. Reguar milk can be used, but buttermilk enhances the texture!

    Recipe #132510

    Another recipe recommendation from my Grandmother.

    Recipe #134176

    Another gem sent to me from my Grandmother.

    Recipe #134174

    This is another treat that came from my Grandmother. She said you can substitute the apples for blueberries for a different cake! Also, this could be used for muffins, except bake at 325F for 25 mins.

    Recipe #133151

    My Grandmother gave me this meatloaf recipe. It is a twist on what I my usual recipes because it has a sauce! Perfect way to spice up a classic

    Recipe #132994

    Found this recipe in a family-friendly cookbook. Sounds like fun for a summer day!

    Recipe #133961

    This recipe was sent to me by my Grandmother and she said that she cut it out of a magzine 'years ago', which probably means in the 60s. So here's a blast from the past!

    Recipe #132873

    I love dried cranberries so what could be better than cranberries and chocolate? I use 1 cup white flour, 1/2 whole wheat flour and sometimes I add an extra handful of cranberries!

    Recipe #177220

    Such a cute treat for a party or for a project with the kids! I found this recipe in '365 quick, easy & inexpensive dinner menus' and I think its a keeper!

    Recipe #142154

    Another great recipe from my Grandmother! Similar filled-cookies can be substituted for the Girl Guide cookies.

    Recipe #142159

    Another great recipe from my Grandmother!

    Recipe #142157

    This is a recipe I adopted and I can't wait to try it out! It was described as "a flulffy tender cake".

    Recipe #97819

    Everyone loves this traditional banana bread and it is easy to make!!! I like adding chocolate chips on top just before it goes in the oven for an extra treat.

    Recipe #130614

    My mom made this for us all the time when we were little. It is an easy recipe that makes a great treat. Freezing instructions (courtesy of the OAMC tag game!): Cut into squares, flash freeze and wrap in plastic, then place in a ziplock bag. Be sure to label them! To eat: Thaw and enjoy!

    Recipe #133150

    Another recommendation from my Grandmother!

    Recipe #142155

    Homemade paints for lots of fun on rainy days!

    Recipe #135502

    This stuff is so much fun for a rainy afternoon with kids!

    Recipe #134095

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