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    This is a great little bar recipe that uses what you would normally have in the cupboard. Try it with Strawberry or Cherry also!

    Recipe #171828

    2 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    These will remind you of Girl Scout Thin Mints, this is a clone of the other copycat recipe when I couldnt find mint chocolate chips and all I had was bar chocolate. They keep great in the freezer!

    Recipe #171827

    2 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    This is so good for any leftover roast that you may have. I calls for 3 lbs but it can be halved to accomodate a smaller amount. Try it over noodles or mashed potatoes...

    Recipe #171823

    1 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    Yet another recipes but this one it just a little different cause it uses sherbet, any flavor you like! Try it with lime, pineapple..use your imagination! Also can use any other fruit in place of the berries...the choice for these daiquiris is endless>>>>

    Recipe #171820

    1 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    Cool and refreshing summer slush. Great use for those fresh strawberries as they make a nice addition to leave them quartered in the drink mix. For those of you that don't like to chew a drink, make sure to chop the berries smaller. Yield depends on the glasses used to serve and prep time is freezing time.

    Recipe #171819

    1 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    After dinner, liquid dessert! Simple, sweet and so easy! Portions depend on the size of the glass used.

    Recipe #171790

    Hot weather drink, try it as an adult sno-cone! Time needs to be allowed for freezing.

    Recipe #171788

    1 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    This is a make ahead morning casserole that combines eggs with meat and potatoes. Feel free to add mushrooms, peppers and/or onions to this for an extra added attraction!

    Recipe #170942

    Try this with a fruit bowl, cinnamon rolls and sliced ham for a complete brunch. Kids always seem to love this casserole, at least mine and their friends do! This makes 2 casseroles, but it can easily be halved. I have never frozen it and wonder how it would be to freeze one casserole.

    Recipe #170940

    2 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    Adapted from the "Best of Friends" cookbook, this hearty casserole takes the tradional German caraway rye bread and Swiss cheese and combines them with hard boiled eggs, that are traditionally eaten with German beer. This can be made earlier and then baked later.

    Recipe #170938

    This is a slight variation on the traditional hard boiled egg casserole has a crunchy, crusty top. Found this one to use up those left over Easter eggs, from the cookbook, Best of Friends.

    Recipe #170935

    1 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    After dinner drink, instead of the traditional Grasshopper. Great served along side a Brandy Alexander to offer your guests a choice.

    Recipe #170933

    6 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    Pretty and refreshing, this summer punch is a slush type drink. Yield depends on how large of a glass you use for serving. Cooking time is freezing time.

    Recipe #170931

    Try this after brunch or dinner....for all those who need potassium that the bananas bring!

    Recipe #170928

    1 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    This is so yummy and satisfying! If English Toffee ice cream is a problem child, use vanilla and the following alternatives, 1/2 cup Heath bits, found near the chocolate chips in the grocery store or chop up 2-3 candy bars such as Heath or Skor and cut back on the chocolate bar.

    Recipe #170918

    1 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    What a way to end an evening! This is so smooth and refreshing. Cooking time is freezing time and yield depends on the size of the glasses used.

    Recipe #170910

    I have been making this popcorn for years and even though the original recipe states low-cal, it probably isn't but all I know is that its my second all time favorite way to eat popcorn, (aside from dripping in butter). To really make it scrumptous try adding 1 cup of mixed nuts or any of your choice to the popped corn before adding the syrup!

    Recipe #170908

    3 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    I love popcorn and even have a cookbook devoted to it!! Since I learned that I have diverticulitus I dont eat it as much and am really careful when I do but sometimes you just gotta live! This recipe is one that is so different you gotta try it. These days I leave out the seeds cause I absolutely cant have seeds but it is truly good anyway you make it!

    Recipe #170905

    1 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    Interesting new twist on an old favorite. From a food co-op web site.

    Recipe #170888

    1 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    By marinading and then grilling the chicken and the veggies, this dish has a wonderful grilled flavor served over pasta, its a filling meal. It is also great served cold. Make sure to not cut the veggies too thin so they dont slip thru the grill grates. I have also done this inside on the foreman type grill.

    Recipe #170887

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