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    2 Reviews |  By Walley

    Easy to make. The recipe may have come from my Mom, but I'm not sure. I've had it for so long.

    Recipe #430117

    Try some of the stuffing mix on the bottom, instead of the biscuits. Any canned biscuits can be used. Crescents are just already flattened. Try Cajun or creole seasoning for a spicy taste. Don't forget the salt and pepper! I forgot it once, and something was just missing.

    Recipe #430116

    Serve with a mango salsa over fish.

    Recipe #430081

    I didn't realize Linda's chili was so easy. I thought she cooked it all day.

    Recipe #358710

    Looks simple and easy. Think I would try some veggies in it too.

    Recipe #358688

    2 Reviews |  By Walley

    MY wife and I love this! Any cajun seasoning will do, but Emeril's Essence is the bomb!

    Recipe #354241

    Sounds good and easy. Just for me !

    Recipe #354136

    Picked this up while on a business trip in Lansing, MI. Loved it!

    Recipe #349339

    1 Reviews |  By Walley

    This is my Grandma's recipe. I learned it from Mom. Grandma used to make these for me and my brother and sister when we went to her house. Both my kids, my sister and brother, and my neice make me make them whenever I visit. They are best eaten warm with a glass of milk! Peanut butter can be substituted for the cocoa. Or add raisins or nuts (pecans or walnuts are good).

    Recipe #160233


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