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    Wonderful, easy appetizer that always goes fast! The leftovers, if you have any, are great as a sandwich spread.

    Recipe #268597

    So easy and so delicious. My kids even love this stuff, and will eat all kinds of raw veggies if they can dip it in here.

    Recipe #298232

    I love this stuff! Can't remember where the original recipe came from, but it's Weight Watchers friendly (1pt per 1/3 cup), and it's great on a sandwich, on top of a green salad or in a quesadilla. Or on a cracker. Or right off the spoon!

    Recipe #268906

    To get the kids to try black-eyed peas on New Year's Day, we told them this was a bowl of luck. I don't think they believed us, but they did like the salad.

    Recipe #346849

    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

    2 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    These are fast and easy, my favorite combo! They have a pleasant tartness that makes them a nice change from overly sweet cookies, and they only require 3 ingredients!

    Recipe #283314

    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

    Please note: the recipe I got had no amounts given, so I guessed. It's really up to you and how many you want to make and how you want to season them. But don't they sound yummy and different?

    Recipe #297954

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Something a little different for breakfast or a light lunch.

    Recipe #297285

    Yummy, a little lighter and a little different. Could use more garlic, if you like. My notes say that the leftovers are good with leftover chicken on a green salad the next day.

    Recipe #305620

    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

    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

    These sound yummy for school day breakfasts, and I can't wait to try them. I'll probably use whole wheat flour, though. Or a mixture of whole and white flours.

    Recipe #295561

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Another one from my WW days. It says they are only 1 pt each, but I'm not sure exactly how many cookies it makes. I'm guessing 1 dozen. If you try, please let us know!

    Recipe #293416

    Named because I bake them in the fall, with either sweet potato or pumpkin. Yummy taste, and a great way to use up leftover squash or extra pumpkin. Note: if your sweet potatoes are sweet, the biscuits will be sweet. If your potatoes are savory, they'll be savory biscuits (my family's favorite).

    Recipe #269029

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

    Recipe #465104

    These have a nice flavor and aren't too difficult. Sometimes I "cheat" by starting with a can of refried beans instead of the whole kidney beans.

    Recipe #309134

    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

    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

    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

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