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    My chicken spaghetti recipe. Posting so I will not lose my recipe.

    Recipe #410175

    I made this lasagna and my family raved about it. Posting so I won't lose my recipe.

    Recipe #379814

    My mom found this punch recipe and it is SO good, somewhat sweet, but not overly sweet, and a little tart. It is a golden punch-we served it at my parents 50th wedding anniversary bash-and is very refreshing. It is my favorite punch and great for weddings and to use in places that won't let you make red punch for fear of staining the carpet! I did not include time for chilling the ingredients.

    Recipe #260507

    Made this yesterday, when I knew I would be too tired to cook by the time I got home from work. I used low-sodium items wherever available. Of course, this affects the taste, so if you don't like them, you can use regular. I am posting to find nutritional values, and to save for another day. My family liked it, so we will have it again! I just put 16 oz for these cans, but I don't know if they really are or not, I never look at the ounces. They are just standard sized cans. Zaar won't let me put my meatball package sizes, they are 24 count each.

    Recipe #255522

    This is just a casserole I made up when I didn't want to serve just the squash and peppers that come in the frozen package. I am posting it for nutritional value.

    Recipe #249802

    I got this recipe out of Southern Living several years ago.The magazine credits Mrs. R.D. Walker of Garland, TX for the recipe. It is the only fudge I make, because it does make a large amount, and I find it easy to make. I am posting this for safekeeping, since I have lost it more than once. It does matter that you use good chocolate chips. Once I made it with a not-quite-so-good chips and it was pretty nasty.Cooking time is a guess, it doesn't really take too long, but I have never timed it.

    Recipe #249738

    All the packaged rice mixes in the store have so much sodium, that I tried to come up with a tasty rice recipe with less. Not sure I really succeeded, but this was quick, easy and tasty, so I want to post it and see if I managed to get less sodium. (Ignore the ounces on the rice and soup mix, 'zaar made me put something, but these are just standard sizes.)

    Recipe #240765

    I got this out of one of those Christmas books you can buy-but don't remember which one. The instructions look involved, but it's really very simple, and simply scrumptious! By the way, I couldn't find raspberry flavored chips, so I melted a little seedles raspberry jam and incorporated it into the batter. Worked great. The zaar won't let me type in "raspberry flavored semi-sweet chocolate chips, but that's what you are looking for.

    Recipe #201188

    These make a great substitute for French fries. My brother is a renal patient and can't eat potatoes much. You can use a lot more carrots-the ingredients will dredge more than called for. I got this recipe from Southern Living several years ago. It originated from John Fleer of The Inn at Blackberry Farm. Prep time is a guess, I am slow cutting vegetables.

    Recipe #177617

    These are rather different enchiladas; my family loves them. They are kind of messy to make, but worth it.

    Recipe #177615

    This is my version of Tia's Cancun veggies. They closed all their restaurants recently, so this is the only way I can get my favorite veggies. This is a great recipe to serve with Mexican food. We have diabetics in our family, and this is much lower in carbohydrates than rice and beans.

    Recipe #170253

    I love enchiladas, but making them with shredded cheese is so messy I avoided them. Then I realized a Mexican restaurant I loved made their enchiladas from a cheese that tasted like Velveeta. I was inspired. My family loves these and I have to make a LOT when I make them. If you don't like Velveeta, you probably won't like them, though. Not everyone will like my method of softening the tortillas, either, but use your own method if you don't. This makes a lot of sauce to use on top, you may not choose to use it all.

    Recipe #154672


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