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    Living on a fixed income, I'm always looking for ways to stretch my tiny budget. It gets pretty tight at the end of the month around here! Since I'm cooking only for myself and DH, I thought I should start hitting the sales and putting some food in the freezer for that austere end of the month time. Since it's not included in my budget, there are no buttered breadcrumbs on top, but feel free to remove the foil and add them during the last 10 or 15 minutes of baking, I'm sure they would be great! This is a basic recipe that you can alter to your own liking or to whatever you have available. Change up the cheese combo to whatever your suits your taste: "aged" cheddar cheese mixed with fontina, monterey jack, sour cream, cream cheese, or whatever you prefer or have available. I have also made this with higher quality chopped hot dogs and got no complaints from DH. I have also substituted 1/2 cup non-dairy creamer mixed with 2-1/2 cups of water for the milk, worked fine -just sayin'!

    Recipe #505530

    I don't cook with boxed mixes but this comes together in 10 minutes, so who needs one? These are moist and springy and your house will smell wonderful! Great for breakfast, too. Warm or cold, these are yummy. Enjoy...

    Recipe #489024

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