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    4 Reviews |  By DuChick

    This is the 1971 winner of the Pillsbury Bake-Off. It was created by Pearl Hall of Washington. It's described as "delicious as pecan pie" only easier to make and much more portable to eat in bar form.

    Recipe #284196

    I haven't tried this yet, but it looks really yummy. Part of me rationalizes the "healthiness" of the ingredients would be OK if you use skim milk, lite Cool Whip and sugar-free/fat-free pudding. Don't Milky Way bars come in a "light" version too? :-) Let me know how you like it!

    Recipe #284178

    3 Reviews |  By DuChick

    I had this at a potluck and begged for the recipe. It's so creamy and full of flavor that you just want to carry the whole pot of it to your table and keep it for yourself. I'm thinking it could be made a bit lighter in calories if low-fat versions of soup, sour cream, cream cheese and Velveeta are chosen. *Note added 11/1/08*: Apparently, this recipe is not the same as the one I tasted at the potluck! I no longer work with the woman who "shared" the recipe, so I cannot check the ingredients. I apologize to the 2 chefs here and anyone else who has made this with poor results. For future reviews, I'd love to have suggestions to make this work properly! The dip should be creamy and scoop-able with chips. Again, my apologies!

    Recipe #284130

    2 Reviews |  By DuChick

    This was the 1958 Grand Prize Winner in the Pillsbury Bake-Off. Kudos goes to Dorothy DeVault of Ohio who created it. It's described as a miniature pastry-a lighter version of old fashioned apple dumplings. It would look divine served in a single serving glass dessert dish topped with a dollop of whipped cream and a cherry!

    Recipe #283993

    8 Reviews |  By DuChick

    I have combined a few different methods of cooking this hearty grain and came up with my favorite way. I usually cook up a batch on the weekend and then scoop out a serving as I need it through the week. It reheats in the microwave perfectly! Listed below are some variations to the basic recipe...my favorite is pumpkin! These additions are not included in the nutrional analysis.

    Recipe #282235

    4 Reviews |  By DuChick

    These burgers are quick to put together and taste like a mini-meatloaf on a bun. Served with toppings of choice, it makes a great sandwich! The best way to cook them is YOUR choice!

    Recipe #280944

    This is a quick, filling meal that is high in flavor. It contains your vegetables, dairy and meat all in one easy dish. Cooking time does not include the time needed to bake (or nuke) the potatoes.

    Recipe #280905

    2 Reviews |  By DuChick

    If you're a bean lover like me, this will keep you smiling. From TOH, this recipe has less sugar, salt and fat. So, you'll be happy AND healthy!

    Recipe #280577

    5 Reviews |  By DuChick

    When the weather keeps you from your outdoor grill, this is a recipe that will remind you of warmer days ahead! Straight from America's Test Kitchens, the recommended brand of store-bought barbecue sauce is Bull's-Eye, although you can certainly mix up your own favorite recipe. You'll need four 12" skewers.

    Recipe #280170

    2 Reviews |  By DuChick

    This recipe took 1st place in the Iowa State University cafeteria contest. It was posted in the Des Moines Register in May 1991. It's a bit different using cornflake crumbs. Note: You may need to adjust baking times accordingly if using boneless pieces of chicken. ISU's baking time may be too long!

    Recipe #280013

    3 Reviews |  By DuChick

    Mmmm...these use some of my favorite flavors...chocolate, cream cheese, oatmeal and nuts. Leave out the nuts, if you prefer!

    Recipe #279935

    2 Reviews |  By DuChick

    Sweet cherries and pineapple nestled in a creamy pink fluff pair up wonderfully with crunchy coconut and pecans. The calorie count is reduced when using light whipped topping and fat-free sweetened condensed milk. This is a very pretty dish served in a glass bowl or individual glasses.

    Recipe #279492

    5 Reviews |  By DuChick

    If you love warm, sweet blueberries with fluffy dumplings on top, this is the recipe for you! This is "supposed" to serve 6, but that's only if you have very-restrained eaters. Sometimes this serves only 2 in my house!

    Recipe #279216

    A friend I worked with long ago brought this to a potluck. We begged her for the recipe, but she was reluctant to give it up. We wore her down and she finally gave in. This is a different type of cole slaw that really makes a pretty dish. I love the variety of textures and flavors with the beans, cabbage and bacon.

    Recipe #278152

    4 Reviews |  By DuChick

    This pudding combines several great things besides bananas and tapioca...low fat, low calorie and easy in preparation! The taste is not compromised.

    Recipe #277308

    1 Reviews |  By DuChick

    This lighter version of hash calls for lean roast beef and makes a flavorful meal. Perfect for a quick, tasty weeknight meal! From Taste of Home.

    Recipe #277307

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