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This is a very easy potatoe casserole that everyone will love. This is a great change from regular old mashed potatoes.
Not sure where this recipe is from but it is very quick and easy to make.
A version of caramel corn, but using chex mix. Very easy and fast to make using the microwave.
This recipe came from Taste of Home. Make sure you have a big bowl handy because this makes a lot. I use low fat ingredients but you can use regular if you prefer!
I got this recipe from my Uncle Bob, who would bring this to Christmas every year! If you don't like spicy chili, use half regular chili beans and chili mix instead of hot!
I got this recipe from my aunt who would make them every Christmas. If you like chocolate and peanut butter you will love these!
This is a recipe that I got from my mom, not sure where she got it but it is very easy to put together and always requested at party's! (Prep time includes chilling overnight)
I don't know where this recipe came from, but it is a big hit at parties that I take it to--very quick and easy to throw together
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