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    I got this recipe from the Philadelphia Cream Cheese web site last year at Christmas. It was a HUGE hit with everyone. Very easy & so yummy!!

    Recipe #491848

    1 Reviews |  By bkellum

    This recipe combines my love of cookies with my love of cheesecake. Plus, it has some toffee bits and caramel bits thrown in for my pleasure good measure. If you're not familiar with caramel bits, they can be found right in the chocolate chip section in your supermarket. They are made by Kraft. They come in an eleven-ounce bag and cost around three dollars. They are super adorable (well, as adorable as little balls of caramel can be). They are just like Kraft wrapped caramel candies, but in little ball form - perfect for baking.

    Recipe #513635

    Picked this recipe up from a co-worker many years ago. She brought it to one of the office carry-ins & it was a big hit. Everyone asked for the recipe! My family loved it just as much & I'm often asked to prepare them to bring to family gatherings. Easy & delicious. Don't let the cream of mushroom soup put anyone off. Unless you know its there, you won't know its there. :)

    Recipe #504513

    1 Reviews |  By bkellum

    It's got bacon, bourbon and bread. What's not to love?!

    Recipe #510104

    I've got a recipe to share that combines apples & pumpkin. This Pumpkin Bread Pudding with Apple Cider Butter Sauce will be right at home on your kitchen table on a crisp, fall day ... and can be served either as a dessert or a brunch dish. You get to decide if you'd like to serve it warm or cold ... many have preferences on this usually based on how it was served to them growing up. NOTE: The recipe calls for 3 whole eggs and 2 yolks. Use the amount called for if you like bread pudding pretty "custardy." If you like it a little firmer and dryer, use 1 less whole egg.

    Recipe #513633

    Found this on YouTube a few years back. It was done by a chef. I can't find it on there anymore & keep misplacing my written recipe. Figured I'd load it here for safe keeping. Although there are several similar recipes here I didn't find any quite like this one. It's great tasting & if you're in a hurry you can use a roasted chicken from the store! Prep time includes 1 hour to cook chicken if needed. If you get the precooked from the store it only takes me about 15 minutes to shred, mix & roll

    Recipe #496800

    1 Reviews |  By bkellum

    This is a really delicous & unique cheesecake. No springform pan needed. Originally pulled this out of Good Housekeeping in 2008. It was created by Lindell Hughes & she won a state fair ribbon for it. Easy & wonderful.

    Recipe #490709

    A Betty Crocker recipe so you know its wonderful. A favorite chocolate and cherry combo rolled to sweet satisfaction. So delicious, who can resist--and why would you want to?

    Recipe #510826

    1 Reviews |  By bkellum

    Really easy and delicous. Can't remember where I got the recipe but it is scribbled on the back of another recipe and I've mislaid it too many times so decided I would post it here; maybe this way I won't lose it.

    Recipe #490703

    2 Reviews |  By bkellum

    Easy 3 step recipe-Simple & delicious. Fresh or Frozen fruit may be used.

    Recipe #502484

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