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    I have not tried this recipe yet, so I'm putting it here for safe keeping. I love Nutella and Biscotti and figure you can't go wrong to combine the two.

    Recipe #163429

    I'm not sure where I got this recipe, but these cookies get rave reviews (and recipe requests) when ever I make them. You can make them as directed, but they are also good if you add nuts or chocolate chips or what ever you like in your cookies. I've made them with chocolate chips or just hazelnuts and both were delicious. My children love them, as well. They make the house smell wonderful when ever I bake them!

    Recipe #161265

    This is a family favorite. My mom found this in a Catholic school cookbook. Even our exchange student from Finland loved it - he made my mom write down the recipe so his mom could make it when he went back home. Today, my children love it. My 5 year old says it is his favorite dish. If you want to make it healthier, you can use low sodium and low fat/no fat ingredients.

    Recipe #160651

    I got this recipe from a co-worker. It is delicious. Vegetable broth can be substituted for the chicken broth. You can also add a little garnish of shredded cheese or croutons/bread crumbs if you wish.

    Recipe #163391

    These are super easy to make and kids love them. You can make the cookies in any shape you want. I've even added a little food coloring to the dough (I made a green shamrock version for a St. Patrick's day treat). The original recipe calls for 12 marshmallows, but you may need more (or less) depending on what sort of cut out shape you make. Also, you can use what ever you'd like to drizzle on top. I've used regular chocolate and white chocolate (tinted with food coloring if you wish). You could also use frosting if you want, but I personally didn't like how they turned out when I was experimenting with toppings.

    Recipe #163386

    This is a wonderful dip for parties or other get-togethers. It is a little different than your "traditional" dips. It tastes wonderful, too! One note: the oil from the mayo & cheese tends to come to the surface as the dip cools. When this happens, I usually skim off the oil before stirring it up/reheating it. A small crock pot or other warming pot will help keep it warm if it will be sitting out for people to grab as they want some.

    Recipe #163274

    A friend gave me this recipe as a good "Halloween" snack for the kids. I have not tried it yet, but it sounds really good - and her kids love it. I'm putting it here for safe keeping until I get a chance to try it later.

    Recipe #192651

    This is a lovely pie for any event - or just to have at home. It never lasts long when I make it. I originally got it from an old recipe magazine (not sure the name - the cover has been missing for years). It is very rich, though, so you'll want to cut the pieces small. It is good warm or cold (it is more like a "candy bar" when cold). It is great with a scoop of ice cream on the side. This pie also freezes well - just remove from freezer and warm at 300F for 35-40 minutes before serving.

    Recipe #219262

    This is an easy mix to make & keep on hand for a quick & tasty addition to your breakfast. My children love these so much that I end up making the whole mix into pancakes and freezing extras for a quick breakfast before school.

    Recipe #161270


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