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    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

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Why heat up the house? These are delicious and easy. Have no idea where the recipe came from.

    Recipe #305412

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    I haven't tried these yet, but they sound interesting. I think the recipe might have originally come from Pampered Chef. If you try it, let us know how you like it!

    Recipe #297304

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Something a little different.

    Recipe #297230

    5 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Another recipe from my days at WW. I'm always looking for a good baked oatmeal recipe that won't pile on the calories, so I'm anxious to try this one.

    Recipe #295560

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Can't remember where this one came from, but it's easy, refreshing and good! Garlic can be toned up or toned down. The leftovers are absolutely delicious on a sandwich in place of a slaw. And it's something a little different, when you get tired of your regular salads. Please note: cooking time does not reflect chilling time.

    Recipe #269579

    From the Redbook website. Delicious. My whole family loved this. Easy, and perfect for summer.

    Recipe #506036

    From King Arthur Flour 200th Anniversary cookbook. My family's favorite. I've made this with all kinds of fruit, and all kinds of combinations. Great with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #485073

    From Sept. 2012 Food Network Magazine, with my changes noted. My family devoured this. Might add some goat cheese to the tomato mixture next time, or some parm to the biscuit topping.

    Recipe #485072

    From my Halloween files. Says to use a pumpkin-shaped cookie cutter for added effect.

    Recipe #465107

    Unknown origin. Something tasty and creepy for Halloween. Cooking time is chilling time to let flavors blend.

    Recipe #465105

    Light and sweet, super easy. Don't know the origin.

    Recipe #465104

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    One of my all time favorites. Simple, delicious, and you can make it spicier or less spicy. The addition of carrots is my own. Can be made with ground turkey or veggie crumbles instead of meat.

    Recipe #464635

    This are delicious and easy! I think the recipe came from Gourmet but I'm not sure. They're like cherry tomatoes but to a higher degree! Easily doubled.

    Recipe #436972

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Don't know where this came from. Clipped it from a magazine years ago, and it's delicious and easy. I usually double the shrimp and skip the lobster, but I'm posting it as is.

    Recipe #408821

    This is my family's favorite Christmas cake. Ever since I started making it when the girls were babies, everyone who tastes it falls in love. You have to like ginger, though. Don't remember where I got the recipe, but it makes a lot, and the longer it sits, wrapped, in your fridge, the better it gets. Prep time DOES NOT INCLUDE time to soak the fruit in rum.

    Recipe #404415

    Great colors for Halloween, but delicious enough to serve anytime. This is a must-serve every year for our Halloween buffet! Serving size is an estimate--it makes a big bowl of salsa!

    Recipe #397047

    Posted for safekeeping from WWWRecipes, someone named Karen. In her notes, she says she prefers to chop her own chocolate instead of using chocolate chips. (serving size is a guess, I haven't made these yet.)

    Recipe #380149

    I just love maple,and combining it with something spicy sounds good. Not sure where this one came from.

    Recipe #364545

    Can't remember where I found this one, but it sounds like just the thing for a cold, windy day.

    Recipe #351743

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