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    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

    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

    This is a favorite of a local dentist that was printed in our newspaper back in 1989. Simple, hearty and delish!

    Recipe #289607

    Easy, filling, low fat and low calorie! What more could you ask of a recipe? Adjust the spice factor according to your family's likes by omitting the chiles (in tomato mixture) or adding some chopped jalapenos.

    Recipe #287061

    9 Reviews |  By DuChick

    I love pancakes and try to make them as healthy as possible, keeping them light and fluffy the way pancakes should be! I'm posting this recipe just the way I found it (courtesy of Mr. Breakfast Collection), but made a few quick substitutions for what I had on hand. I used 3 egg whites that I had in the fridge from another recipe. I also made my own buttermilk using skim milk and almost 1 T. lemon juice (let it sit 10 minutes before using). I ended up with 12 good-sized cakes and froze what we didn't eat for quick weekday breakfasts. Top with fruit, real maple syrup, sf syrup or honey...whatever you like!

    Recipe #349962

    9 Reviews |  By DuChick

    This recipe is a favorite of a local doctor that was printed in our town newspaper back in 1989. If made in extra small pieces, it makes a great appetizer or hors d'oeuvre. Larger sized pieces of potato make the perfect side dish tor most any entree.

    Recipe #289736

    9 Reviews |  By DuChick

    This sloppy sandwich is given a new twist when it's baked into a crescent. You can still lick your fingers, but you won't have to wash as many shirts! This was a finalist recipe in Bake-Off #24.

    Recipe #287243

    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

    7 Reviews |  By DuChick

    This can be served immediately as a thick malt-like drink or as soft "ice cream."

    Recipe #287392

    6 Reviews |  By DuChick

    When you've got a hankering for yummy cinnamon rolls, but time and energy is running out, bake up a batch of these treats. You can use the reduced fat crescent rolls and Splenda to save some calories.

    Recipe #310579

    6 Reviews |  By DuChick

    This is a kid pleaser and is a great weeknight meal. I've made this the night before to pop in the oven after work. Cut calories and fat by using light cheeses, ground turkey and whole wheat spaghetti.

    Recipe #289912

    6 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

    6 Reviews |  By DuChick

    A Pillsbury favorite...go crazy and dress up your brussel sprouts with bacon and crunchy pecans.

    Recipe #292081

    6 Reviews |  By DuChick

    I haven't tried this one yet, but it's a local favorite that was published in our town newspaper. Sounds wonderful!

    Recipe #289914

    6 Reviews |  By DuChick

    Try this yummy dip with your fresh veggies. You'll never miss the fat or calories!

    Recipe #292113

    6 Reviews |  By DuChick

    Kids and adults alike will be eager to walk in the door when you've got this snack waiting for them. It's not overly sweet, yet contains so many favorite ingredients to create joyful smiles. A bonus is that you can choose to make 2 loaves of bread, 15-18 muffins, or a combo of each! *Listed cooking time is for bread...muffins take just 20-25 minutes. Created for RSC #12.

    Recipe #317881

    5 Reviews |  By DuChick

    Another Pillsbury winner...credit goes to Karen Durrett from Oregon for creating this wonderful dish in the 1994 Pillsbury Bake-Off. A *tostizza* is a combination of a pizza and a tostado. It's piled high with chicken and black beans that'll make your mouth water.

    Recipe #292320

    5 Reviews |  By DuChick

    This simple 4 ingredient recipe is the creation of Jaime Keeling of Keizer, Oregon. This looks like a great idea that can be pulled together in a hurry and will impress anyone!

    Recipe #285668

    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

    5 Reviews |  By DuChick

    I'm a soup lover and will be trying this as soon as I have left-over turkey. In the meantime, I'm posting this from Cooking Light's Nov. 08 issue. Pancetta can be subbed for the Canadian bacon.

    Recipe #344846

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