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    This recipe comes from Paula Deen's Magazine. I added green pepper to her recipe and I also put these meatballs in my crockpot after baking them instead of back in the oven.

    Recipe #282603

    This recipe comes from my Aunt. Someone from their church had sent over this dish while I was in visiting my family. We all had a fit over it. Wanted to share and have for my own reference too. NOTE: Can use Splenda in place of sugar

    Recipe #281644

    This recipe comes from a popular magazine. Use Recipe #280884 if you don't have a chinese dressing on hand.

    Recipe #280946

    Found this recipe along with a recipe that called for a chinese salad dressing in a Better Crocker magazine. Use this on Asian tossed salads. Sharing this so I can have on hand when needed. I am just guessing on how much this makes.

    Recipe #280884

    This recipe I came across comes from Betty Crocker Magazine. This magazine is for diabetes meals made easy. You can sub the halibut with salmon or swordfish.

    Recipe #280305

    I was searching around for Christmas ideas and came across this one from organize Christmas site. Thought I would share it with you. NOTE: You'll need quart size jar and a snack size food baggie and a large enough tag to write instructions on. This makes 1 jar gift

    Recipe #269517

    Got this from one of my friend's Weight Watchers cooking book. Haven't tried it yet. This counts 2 points per serving

    Recipe #268650

    Recipe came from a Weight Watchers cookbook. Counts 2 points per serving

    Recipe #268647

    Found this recipe from Target. Haven't tried it yet but sure does sound good. I love blue cheese and always looking for recipes using blue cheese. Posting this to save in my cookbook. I added my own preference of blue cheese. Rosenborg is my favorite brand of blue cheese, its the best I think :)

    Recipe #267556

    This recipe is simple to make. I have made shrimp this way for years. It's kinda like having a shrimp cocktail. Shrimp is best when chilled. Great for parties, with meals as a appetizer or just alone. NOTE: Use seasonings to your taste. I usually add 1 packet of Splenda (or of choice) to the cocktail sauce instead of regular sugar.

    Recipe #266585

    This recipe comes from Paula's Party. I was watching her show the other night and saw her son Jamie make these. They looked so good that I wanted to share the recipe with everyone :) NOTE: I narrowed down the onions for our taste but original calls for 1/2 cup diced onions.

    Recipe #264021

    This is a recipe that I have made many of times and have always had good results. I sometimes leave out the pineapple and just have orange sherbet. Easy to make and excellent all around with the family. Note: use chilled orange soda for better results.

    Recipe #263377

    I was cleaning out my pantry and had some baked beans I needed to use up and I also had a few other things in the ref. that I needed to use too, so I came up with this recipe and my husband just LOVED it :)

    Recipe #261063

    I have been popping popcorn for many years using oil and butter. This method is less fattening and better for you. If you want to add butter,salt or other seasonings, you can after popping. This recipe I got from looking up "How to Make Popcorn" Microwave timing will vary with different microwaves. Mine takes 3 minutes. Just experiment like I did when popping in paper bag. Also this only makes enough for 1 serving.

    Recipe #256567

    Got this recipe from Better Homes and Gardens. We love all kinds of different breads. Haven't gotten to try it yet but sure sounds delicious.

    Recipe #256418

    Found this recipe in the Taste of Foods magazine. You can mix and match your favorite snacks. Easy to make too!

    Recipe #250922

    Found this recipe in a Taste of Home recipe book. I added alittle of my own touch to this. Haven't tried it yet but plan to soon.

    Recipe #250794

    This recipe comes from a friend of ours from the lake. We all really enjoyed this when we were served it this past weekend. I just had to have the recipe. Not sure of the name so I decided to give it this name. :)

    Recipe #246445

    This comes from a friend of mine that I have known for years. She made these for me several times. They're simple to prepare and good either for the main meat or for a basic chicken sandwich with lettuce and tomato.

    Recipe #242066

    This recipe is one my Aunt Nancy made me when I was in town for my visit this year (2007) She said you can use any fruit you like that matches with the jello you use. She used peaches and peach jello. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did. My kids and I loved it!

    Recipe #238272

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