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    The official title of this dessert,the recipe for which I cut out of a magazine, is "Jell-O and Cool Whip Easy Chocolate Trifle," but my niece simplified it at our family 4th of July get-together as "Brownie Trifle." [p.s. it wouldn't let me put "1 box of brownie mix" in the ingredients, but that's what you need. I like Duncan Hines, myself.]This dessert was absolutely the hit of the party. We had ages 2-72 in the house, and everyone LOVED it. Super easy to make, and can be as high or low fat as you'd like. When I told my mom after the fact that I'd used skim milk in the pudding and fat-free Cool Whip, she was totally stunned because people were lining up for second helpings. Prep and cooking time sound high, but the "cooking time" is the chill time and the time it takes the brownies to come out of the oven; "prep time" would be the time to make the brownie mix--10 minutes--and the time to make the pudding--about 10 minutes. The milk, water, eggs, and vegetable oil are for the pudding and brownies, but the ingredient list wouldn't quite let me put that, so there it is then.

    Recipe #238563

    Thrown together for a snack this weekend, as I had some bits and pieces to get rid of. It turned out pretty well, if a bit messy. I tried 2 tbsp spaghetti sauce, but that made it too saucy, so I cut it to one. It was an easy and tasty way to get some leftovers out of my fridge.

    Recipe #216536

    According to Mom's recipe card, this is ready to serve in 5 minutes. I haven't made it yet, but anything involving Cool Whip and Chocolate pudding fine with me. The prep time does not include the time it takes to thaw out the tub of Cool Whip.

    Recipe #206736

    So here I was, on a gray Saturday, with a tasty bottle of cream soda, and I thought to myself, "Hm...I wonder what would happen if I added a little coconut rum to this?" The result was this tasty, mildly alcoholic beverage that I felt the need to share with all my friends on Recipezaar. Of course, proportions can be adjusted to taste, but I prefer less alcohol and more cream soda. Drink in moderation, and NEVER DRINK AND DRIVE!

    Recipe #206655

    I have absolutely no idea where this came from, but it's pretty darn good. It sounds similar to (but sufficiently different from) my most popular recipe I've posted on here, Recipe #171358. If you can't find mini lasagna noodles (I couldn't), substitute any wide noodle. I used dumpling noodles.

    Recipe #205058

    Exactly WHOSE grandma, I do not know, since this was taken from an April 1988 Ladies' Home Journal. Claims to have 55 calories per cookie, but who knows? Prep time does NOT include refrigeration time.

    Recipe #201666

    I bought The Twinkie Cookbook today, and this recipe was in it. This recipe was created by Jerry Ferrill, and I think it looks pretty good, but I haven't tried it yet. Hopefully soon! (p.s. If you're a vegetarian, my formerly vegetarian sister-in-law once refused to eat a Twinkie cake dessert I made because Twinkies are made with beef fat, so I guess vegetarians and vegans are out of luck on this one.)

    Recipe #200193

    I'm a pretty picky eater, and even more so when I was a kid. This is a stew my mom made that I was guaranteed to eat every time. There is nothing in this even the pickiest eater could object to. Also, it's really easy. Darn near impossible to screw up (as long as you don't accidentally scorch it trying to cook it too fast.) I doubled this recipe and fed a couple dozen Civil War reenactors with it, and it went over great. My mom started adding other things once I got out of the house (corn and I don't know what all), but with or without extras, it tastes really good the first day, even better the second day, AND it freezes well. (I suspect this could also be made in a crock pot, but I haven't actually tried it that way. I'm afraid of scorching it.) You can add more or less potatoes & carrots; these numbers are just estimates. What more could you ask for?

    Recipe #188072

    Taken from the Anita's Recipes website, which notes that it is adapted from Microwave Cooking. I haven't made it yet, but I'll get around to it one of these days!

    Recipe #186756

    Received this recipe at a bridal shower when I got married. I'd say the fat content could be cut some by using lower-fat versions of most of the dairy products, but don't skimp on the butter.

    Recipe #186757

    Taken from the Anita's Recipes website, which notes that this recipe was adapted from Lipton, Inc. I haven't made it yet because it serves TWELVE, although obviously the ingredients could be cut to serve less. Sounds pretty tasty to me!!!

    Recipe #186755

    I cut this out of something. Not sure what, but it must have to do with the Reynolds corporation because this recipe, instead of just saying "8x8 pan" specifies "Reynolds Pot Lux cookware 8x8 pan." Whatever. I just know this sounds REALLY tasty, especially for a summer afternoon when the fruits are fresh and in season. Obviously, with a recipe of this sort, other fruits that strike your fancy can be added or substituted.

    Recipe #185479

    Made this for a family reunion several years back. Tasty stuff, but definitely something you'd want to save for occasions like family reunions, church potlucks--anything where there will be LOTS of people, because it makes a solid ton. This recipe, while tasty on its own, would certainly not be hurt by the addition of whatever pizza-type toppings you like!

    Recipe #185125

    A recipe received from one of the best cooks I've ever met in my life! Since this is a spice blend, I have no idea how many "servings" there would be, but I had to put SOMETHING.

    Recipe #185124

    We used to make these all the time growing up. I keep hearing them called "no-bake cookies," but this is the name my mom always called them. Even if they don't set up and harden like they should, the chocolate goo tastes mighty fine eaten with a spoon! **UPDATE: Added 11-6-06** I just tried making these again, and for the jillionth time they didn't set up right. I'm going to confer with my mother to see what I might be doing wrong. Until then...make at your own risk!

    Recipe #185123

    The title "10-minute" is a little misleading, because the 10 minutes refers to prep time only, but that's the title on the recipe card! It has to bake a whole other hour after that. Still, I do love me some pasta with cheese and sauce on it! The recipe is just a base(a very GOOD base by itself!); easy as pie to jazz it up with ground beef or Italian sausage, extra onions, garlic, spices--whatever strikes your fancy! Higher fat or lower fat depending on if you use low-fat ricotta, parmesan, and mozzarella. This came from a cookbook I had once, but darn if I know which one or where it even is!

    Recipe #185088

    This recipe was cut out of a cooking magazine my mother subscribed me to right after I got married (Quick Cooking? Taste of Home? I can't remember.) Sounds tasty and Christmassy, but I haven't tried it yet. Maybe this year!

    Recipe #184420

    Typed recipe stapled inside my grandmother's handwritten spiral notebook of Weight Watchers recipes from the 70s or 80s. I haven't tried it, but a notation in her handwriting in red ink says "Good," so we'll hope she's right.

    Recipe #184416

    Taken from my grandmother's handwritten spiral notebook of Weight Watchers recipes from the 70s or 80s. I have not tried this recipe, but it sounds pretty easy and serves one.

    Recipe #184414

    Taken from my grandmother's handwritten spiral notebook of Weight Watchers recipes. Maybe from the 70s or 80s. I have not tried this recipe, but it sounds reasonably easy. Also nice that it just serves one.

    Recipe #184413

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