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    I remember as a child my mom would make Easter Egg Bread and it was always so beautiful I didn't want to cut into it. I've been missing it for a few years now & decided it was finally time to make it for myself. I found a few basic recipes online and played around with a combination of those and my original recipe for Recipe #293120 and this was the final result. I also wanted to bring a little Spring into it using fresh lemon zest and topped with a lemon glaze. It's best served the day it's made and a perfect compliment to your tea or coffee at Easter brunch. Ingredient list and directions include coloring the eggs.

    Recipe #364802

    Found this recipe at: The recipes are in pdf & various fonts & formatting that don't translate well when printed. Some of the words I can't even read on paper at all (2 point type size), so I'm posting it here so we can use it again. It's the closest to McDonald's we've found to date. We had a package of the original sauce to compare side-by-side with. There is definitely no cayenne in the original (which is one of the clone's best assets) & the original tastes like it has a touch of BBQ sauce in it. I've seen a lot of recipes with Heinz 57 listed but I wasn't interested in trying another one of those tonight. This recipe utilized everything I already had on hand. We let it refrigerate for about 6 hours & the flavors mellowed quite a bit but I think the sauce will benefit from a longer refrigeration time as the mustard & vinegar flavors are overpowering right after mixing.

    Recipe #357420

    Originally seen on Giada De Laurentiis but we altered it, as the version she drinks is a bit heavy on the vodka for us. ;) I loved that the simple syrup was homemade & everything else was fresh. Mmmm!

    Recipe #356522

    A friend of ours dropped by one day with a few of these to share. He got the recipe from his grandmother. There are very few recipes I make using Cool Whip but this is now one of them. I looked up Cool Whip Candy here on Zaar & there are a couple others posted but they use different cookies and Hershey candy bars. I liked that this recipe uses chocolate chips, as they melt faster & I could buy a brand that I favor over Hershey. We store the truffles in a large resealable bag in the freezer & just grab one or two whenever we have a bit of a sweet tooth. Aside from some heavy duty stirring this recipe is very kid friendly. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #355981

    Growing up, I loved my mom's ham and lima bean soup. It's just good old comfort food for me. I've never made mom's recipe but was meaning to ask for it after one day picking up a couple cans of lima beans for no reason. It'd been months since buying them and I purchased a new bowl that I wanted to use for soup photos so I scrounged around in the pantry and fridge. This was the result. It's a light soup, not heavy with tomatoes or cream, which was perfect for a family of 4 all feeling under the weather. My family really enjoyed it. I hope you do too!

    Recipe #355701

    A basic pesto sauce using fresh basil and pine nuts. Traditionally pesto is made by grinding fresh herbs, garlic, olive oil & nuts by hand with a mortar and pestle. While fun to do, it is time consuming, but with modern conveniences we can now cheat a little bit. This recipe uses a food processor but you can also finely chop everything with a good knife or a mezzaluna. See *Note below for a list of optional ingredients and feel free to use and experiment with any combination of herbs and nuts you may have available.

    Recipe #355554

    Sweet and tangy sauce for meatballs or chicken. I developed this recipe as a variation on my simple sweet and sour dipping sauce used in my Asian inspired recipe #336740 recipe. Still very simple to make but a little more sophisticated with the addition of brown sugar, pineapple and green pepper. I hope you enjoy it too!

    Recipe #355402

    Soft, plump cookies packed with pumpkin, grated carrot and chocolate chips. So easy to make and not too sweet. Created for RSC Lucky #13. Thanks to reviewer input I've clarified the portioning of batter & I'd like to note that these are basically a "muffin top" instead of a crispy cookie. If you like the tops of the muffins but find the bottoms too dry, look no further! This is a great alternative to throwing out or gagging down a dry muffin bottom. lol BTW - Nothing against muffins, which I love in whole & make often. ;)

    Recipe #354032

    Created for RSC Lucky #13: Shredded chicken & mashed chickpeas are the base for this super easy filling for pita pockets. Packed with good health & disguised as good flavor, the kids will never know it contains one of the healthiest foods on the planet! Can be eaten hot or cold & is great for brown bag lunches. Note: Prep time includes cooking the chicken. Cook time is for heating sandwiches, if desired.

    Recipe #354004

    Created for RSC Lucky #13. A crunchy broccoli slaw, marinated in an Asian inspired dressing.

    Recipe #353991

    I love Andes mints and when I found a bag of their mint chips I knew I had to make something out of them! This is an original recipe using those chips for a soft and chewy cookie. Their mint-chocolate goodness would do well served with an after dinner coffee.

    Recipe #346411

    This recipe is a variation of my recipe for recipe #293120. It was inspired by a tag I did while hosting Kittencal's Cookathon in memory of her husband John. I tagged her Recipe #127124 & realized that my favorite part of a Reuben sandwich is the rye bread; so I modified my own dough recipe with rye flour & caraway seeds. This is a super easy recipe & the rye flavor complimented Kitt's reuben recipe very well. It will also be a great side for a traditional St. Patrick's Day feast of corned beef & cabbage.

    Recipe #344236

    The inspiration for this recipe was recipe #287236 posted by Lulabelle4822. They were great muffins but I was still trying to get closer to the local bakery's cookie recipe. I'm posting the recipe I've developed over several practice runs that I feel comes the closest to the bakery cookies. These make big, soft & slightly chewy pumpkin cookies loaded with chocolate chips. Delicious!

    Recipe #342585

    Colorful veggies, ramen noodles & shredded chicken will delight young & old when neatly packed into crispy egg roll wrappers. Served with an easy homemade sweet & sour sauce, they make an impresssive appetizer, a side dish or a fun family dinner.

    Recipe #336740

    Created for a Chanterelle mushroom recipe contest.

    Recipe #336210

    Sweet & sassy baked beans, featuring lean ground turkey, are easy to throw together & slow cooked in the crockpot. Serve as a side dish or add crusty bread and a green salad for a filling main dish. With the kick of Rotel tomatoes balanced by tangy orange marmalade, your family is sure to gobble this up! Created for Category Craze-E #1, Fall 2008 contest but removed so I could post the other entries.

    Recipe #335220

    I tried a pork chop recipe for dinner that my family didn't enjoy. I had a lot of chops leftover that I didn't want to waste so I put them in the fridge til the next day, hoping to figure out what to do with them. My family loves chicken salad sandwiches & the idea came to me that I should try to disquise the pork chops by making them into "chicken" salad. This is the delicious result, minus the original pork chop preparation. I used what I had on hand at the time, but most of the ingredients are easily substituted & now I will just use any leftover pork chops for this. It tastes just like my chicken salad.

    Recipe #327141

    There are several recipes posted here for taco rings but all of them use crescent roll dough. Since my family prefers our dough to rise up into a soft, semi-chewy dough I use my original recipe for dinner roll dough instead. (Recipe #293120) There is more work involved, but a satisfying meal & rave reviews make it more than worth the effort. Prep time does not include the 75 minutes for making & rising the dough. But that is when I do the filling prep. For a step by step demo of the dough & ring click here:

    Recipe #322040

    One day I decided that I needed to find a way to enjoy eating oatmeal. After trying several techniques, this is the version I have created that will not only let me enjoy it, but my family as well. It's not dried out & it's not too sloppy, with a burst of exciting flavors that are far from the stale fruit taste of instant oatmeal. This can be made in either a casserole dish or 4-6 individual ramekins (depending on the size of your ramekin.) I have made this many times in ramekins so my toddler & I can each eat one for breakfast & then I wrap the cooled leftovers in plastic wrap & refrigerate for the next day. Warmed in the microwave for a minute & she & I can enjoy another quick & healthy breakfast.

    Recipe #320160

    Moist white cake, dressed with a light & fluffy cream, sweetened just enough to compliment tart fresh cherries. With reduced-sugar cake mix & Splenda brown sugar, it's a diabetic friendly dessert that doesn't look like it at the table. Prep time does not include chilling time. Created for RSC #12.

    Recipe #317911

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