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    These are my family's favorite muffin, even my husband who doesn't care for baked banana goods. This is the #1 afterschool treat for my daughters. NOTE: Muffin batter should always be mixed by hand; your muffins will be dense and thick if combined with a mixer.

    Recipe #189150

    This is my daughter's absolute favorite dish! She could eat it every other day of the week and always requests it for her birthday. And it's easy! I serve it with rice.

    Recipe #191989

    My favorite sugar cookie recipe! I used 1/2 tsp. almond extract and spooned the dough out using a small cookie scoop. These are delectable!

    Recipe #221178

    I've been searching for the perfect summer basil martini. I think I found it on the "B*tches on a Budget" website! Slight variation using agave nectar instead of simple syrup. I had to substitute ounces for "jiggers" as called for in the original recipe -- original verbage included in directions.

    Recipe #480484

    From the King Arthur Flour Baker's Companion. These are cookies that taste like brownies! My family gave them 2 thumbs up!

    Recipe #205420

    You can use your favorite brownie recipe if you prefer. This is one of those "hurry up, I need to take a dessert" recipes for me! It is always well received. I use Pillsbury Traditional Fudge Brownie mix. To cut brownies smoothly, use a putty knife or a plastic knife.

    Recipe #385353

    This recipe was given to me by a friend who also has triplets. I made it all the time when my girls were babies and it is delicious. I wanted to add it here so I didn't lose it! Edited on 11/16/08 to say my 19-year-old baby just asked for this today. She has a sore throat and wants some comfort food from her childhood. Awww. Cooking time does not include time to cool.

    Recipe #244484

    I saw Ina Garten make this on one episode and I had to try it. So easy and delicious! The cocktail sauce is awesome!

    Recipe #356267

    This cookie pretty much retains whatever shape you make it. You can use vanilla or anise extract, depending on your preference. It's a not-too-sweet, cakey cookie. They are my husband's favorite cookie.

    Recipe #201912

    These are the best gingerbread men I've ever made, and they are easy to roll and cut out (and I hate making cut-out cookies!) We like to use decorating candies prior to baking.

    Recipe #201076

    These are my family's favorite muffins, even my husband who is not a big banana fan.

    Recipe #274538

    I modified this recipe from one entitled Cajun black bean soup. I added chicken broth and omitted the crushed red pepper. My husband likes to sprinkle crushed red pepper on his serving, though. For a vegetarian recipe, omit the chicken broth--add water if too thick for you.

    Recipe #216095

    I made this from a combination of recipes and my family really likes it. I serve it with steamed Jasmine rice.

    Recipe #252036

    Honey and almonds flavor this simple (and gluten-free) cake. It's lovely for afternoon tea or a spring holiday dessert. Be careful not to overbeat the egg whites — they should be white and very foamy, but not at all stiff or able to hold peaks. If you beat them too much, the cake may sink in the middle as it cools. From EatingWell.com. I saved this recipe for my sister who is gluten-intolerant. Haven't made it yet.

    Recipe #399695

    This is my family's favorite cornbread. It is a sweet cornbread. I like to sift the flour and baking powder together to prevent clumps and use an 8x8 glass plan. I got this from AllRecipes.

    Recipe #294966

    This comes from Rachael Ray's "Comfort Foods" 30-minute meals series. There are a bunch of corn chowder recipes here but I like the idea of Old Bay in this one.

    Recipe #327797

    I have this recipe for years. I don't remember where I acquired it. My daughters love it. It can be used as part of a meal or as an appetizer.

    Recipe #310675

    Ever in search of biscuits that actually rise, I tried this recipe and they DID, indeed, rise! HINT: Do not twist the biscuit cutter, just punch through the dough. Twisting "seals" the edges and the biscuit doesn't rise as well. The secret to this recipe, according to the author, is the type of flour. The lower the protein content, the higher the biscuit will rise. "Southern" flours such as White Lily, are recommended. Since Southern flours aren't always available, she came up with this preparation.

    Recipe #306505

    I have modified this recipe from the original. The original was too dry and cooked too long so watch the cooking time. The manicotti should be tender but not dry.

    Recipe #336064

    These satisfying sugar-free treats are so packed with dried cherries and rolled oats that they taste more like delicious granola bars. As an added bonus, you can whip them up in less than half an hour. From Shape Magazine,recipe of Tiffany Tse.

    Recipe #478604

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