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    I'm always looking for something a little different, and these sound really yummy. And easy. What more can I ask for? The recipe isn't very specific, so you'll have to play around with how many tortillas to use and how many wedges to cut them into before you roll them. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #340461

    2 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Sounds good, and I can't wait to try this.

    Recipe #340439

    Another one from my archive. Sound fabulous, please post if you try! Note: cook time is chilling/firming time in the fridge.

    Recipe #340436

    Not sure where this came from, but I like beets so I figure they're worth a try! There was a note saying you can use canned beets. Note: cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #340434

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    I can't remember where this came from, but even my kids like it. Sometimes I omit the mushrooms for one of them, although I love them.

    Recipe #338171

    This is Pam from Clifton, NJ's recipe, that came from the WWRecipes ezine. I wanted nutritional info and a safe place to keep it. If you try, please let us know how it turns out!

    Recipe #332838

    Another one from the files. I need to do some baking!

    Recipe #322863

    Another one from my enormous collections of clippings. Can't wait to try it--I love fruitcake! Prep time includes soaking the fruit.

    Recipe #322855

    From my files: "These muffins have a decadent chocolate flavor and dark color that is perfect for Halloween. The white spiderweb decorations are easy to make with melted white chocolate. For non-Halloween occasions, just drizzle the white chocolate frosting over the tops of the muffins, or omit it entirely. Use the highest quality chocolate you can get for superb tasting muffins, but if this is just for little ones who don't really care, feel free to use any brand chocolate. The muffin will still be dense and chocolatey. "

    Recipe #322822

    Why did I collect all these fruitcake recipes? It must have seemed like a good idea at the time. Please let us know if you try this one!

    Recipe #322820

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Spinach ball recipe from a Halloween website. Author said you could switch the cheeses around to suit your preference. Prep time does NOT include chilling time.

    Recipe #322766

    3 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Found this in my files...sounds a little time consuming, but well worth it. Here's what the original poster (?) had to say: "This is probably the recipe that I am most proud of in this collection of 100+ Halloween recipes. It is the piece de resistance. It looks great, tastes heavenly, and can even be gross for the kids. It can be elegant, or it can be kitsch. It works on a lot of levels. The recipe is very simple and quick to make. I have it down to under half an hour from start to finish (we like it so much we make it a lot, except that we use a low fat tomato sauce instead). The glossy slightly moist bright red pepper looks exactly like a heart. The consistancy as you cut into the dish is very realistic as well. The red sauce oozing out is just the frosting on the cake. There really is only one thing to be careful about, and that is making sure that you be very careful when peeling the red pepper to keep it intact. It is essential to the whole effect of the dish that the "heart" looks whole. For a more "bloodlike" sauce, add some red food coloring to deepen the color, maybe with one small drop of black for depth. Enjoy!"

    Recipe #322638

    Halloween is my favorite holiday! Here's a quote from the original recipe, but I don't have a name to go with it. "This is a quick and easy spread to make for any occasion. The name comes from a friend of mine who hates crab and made some disparaging comments about the appearance of the dip. It tastes great and has the perfect appearance for Halloween when paired with a creative name. I like topping this spread with 1/2 cup toasted sliced almonds, but you lose the shredded brain effect. For serving on a different occasion, omit the food coloring and add the almonds."

    Recipe #322634

    From my ever-expanding file of Halloween recipes: This savory dish, a variation of Sloppy Joes with a Halloween twist is very flavorful and unique. Sloppy Joes don't have to go far to look slightly disgusting and messy, and this version is sure to please all those sloppy eaters. This is also a very low fat dish that is perfect to serve to mixed company. Kids will love the sloppiness and adults will appreciate the slightly more "grown up" flavor. This is great on rolls or thick slices of French bread, my preference. NOTE: added 10/8/08--after making these, I think they'd be better with the addition of 1 Tb Worcestershire sauce, to balance the slightly sweet taste of the pumpkin. Also, we served these in pita bread and they were great.

    Recipe #322573

    This sounds divine, and I can't wait to try it this fall. I'll use the green tomato mincemeat that I canned last summer--yum!

    Recipe #322441

    Another one that's been buried in the depths of my computer. Don't know where this came from, but it sounds easy and delicious!

    Recipe #322395

    Haven't tried this yet, but I think it would be interesting to experiment with different cake mix flavors. Not sure where this one came from.

    Recipe #322360

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Any easy cake that doesn't rely on a cake mix.

    Recipe #322358

    No idea where this one came from, but it sounds good! Prep time includes time to soak the beans.

    Recipe #322347

    4 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    From Nava Atlas, "Vegetariana" Pretty tasty, very easy. Needs a little something. I thought it would be good with shrimp in it, Joe (DH) suggested some heat (hot bean paste?). Maybe cubes of butternut squash? If anyone comes up with something fabulous, please share!

    Recipe #309136

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