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    Another family heirloom recipe passed down to us family members! Different than the other Sausage recipes - give it a try!

    Recipe #219027

    I received this yummy jam in a newsletter from the Ball Canning website. Project Supplies You Will Need: Strainer, Ladle, Funnel and 5 Plastic (8 oz) Freezer Jars

    Recipe #219026

    This dressing is out of this world!! My husband and I were eating it with a spoon, dipping bread in it, serving it as a sauce over our chicken - very versatile!! Would be great too served over iceberg lettuce wedges!!

    Recipe #218946

    This is a tasty baked cheddar spread!! This recipe was given to me by my cousin Teri who makes this at every family gathering!!

    Recipe #218945

    Found this recipe through a Food Network newsletter I receive. Looks incredible and I can't wait to try it!

    Recipe #218212

    Found this recipe on Rachael Ray's website!! Great way to use up leftovers from your St. Patrick's Day feast!

    Recipe #217991

    Source: Pillsbury website. This is a super cute recipe for a spring or Easter party/gathering!

    Recipe #217851

    Found this fun kid's recipe on the Eagle condensed milk website!!

    Recipe #215617

    Found this gem on the Gooseberry Patch website! A refreshing fruit salad for the warmer months and perfect for picnics, showers or any type of event!! Note - cooking time is freezing time.

    Recipe #214364

    This is a recipe from my coworker - this is what we make several times a year for all the birthdays in our office!! This is slightly different than the others posted on here since it doesn't use butter. ENJOY!!

    Recipe #210561

    Creamy, nutty fudge with a light green color is perfect for holiday occasions. Melting the white chocolate in the microwave is the only cooking needed.

    Recipe #210488

    Found this on the Sam's Club website - little bit of a twist on the standard Strawberry Butter recipes posted on zaar!! Note: Cook time is actually chill time.

    Recipe #209914

    I came across this recipe in an older magazine tonight and it looked so cute that I had to post it! Cooking time is actually freezing time.

    Recipe #204820

    I made these super easy cupcakes for my daughter's breakfast birthday party. These would be perfect for a summer gathering, kid's party, class treat, etc!! You can adjust the quantity to yield as many as you need. I made these with lemon frosting but you could use a white frosting and tint it yellow.

    Recipe #195534

    This is the perfect cookie for last minute bake sales, classroom snacks, etc. I use strawberry jelly but you can use any jelly you have on hand! Wonderful recipe to have your children help you make too! Yields approx. 3 dozen cookies depending on how big you make them.

    Recipe #189084

    A new twist on the traditional fudge recipes!

    Recipe #187089

    This is the perfect "recipe" for making your own homemade crayons out of the broken crayons lying around your house. This is a fun project to do with your kids! This would also make a fun birthday party project or gift giving idea for young ones! Note: the amount of crayons depends on the type of tin/mold used. ***There is no paraffin needed for this recipe - just broken, chopped up crayons (paraffin was put in as the ingredients per Zaar's system)***

    Recipe #183213

    Source: Gourmet July 2006 4 hour freezing time.

    Recipe #175119

    Source: Ball Canning website. Cooking time is actually cooling time.

    Recipe #172680

    My mom made these when I was a child and now my daughter and I are making them together too. Very fun meal to get the kids involved! Would be perfect for a birthday party - a mini pizza party where you can pick your own toppings!! This is also a great idea for daycares - the kids love being involved in making their meals.

    Recipe #166903

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