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    Here is the last of the copycat recipes that I received via email today.

    Recipe #335687

    This recipe was featured in an email this morning from the www.lifescript.com website. It has slightly different ingredients from the other ones that are posted on Zaar.

    Recipe #335684

    This recipe was featured in an email today from the www.allrecipes.com website. SUBMITTED BY: Erin R Pitman "The spicy mixture covering these sweet potatoes is also good on chicken pieces!"

    Recipe #335681

    Another free recipe from Gooseberry Patch. Good way to use up some of that after Thanksgiving turkey! :-)

    Recipe #335565

    I received an email from Gooseberry Patch and this was one of the featured recipes. Just in time for the Holidays!

    Recipe #335559

    I found this recipe on the inside of the label of Kretschmer's Original Toasted Wheat Germ. Visit www.kretschmer.com website for more information about this product.

    Recipe #335551

    Here is another copycat recipe that I received via email today.

    Recipe #335251

    I received an email today with a few different copycat recipes in it. This one is a little bit different from the other one that is posted on Zaar. Let's see...

    Recipe #335214

    Here is the last of the copycat recipes that I received via email today.

    Recipe #335186

    Here is another copycat recipe that I received via email today. The ingredients/amounts seem to be different from the other one posted on Zaar. Let's see...

    Recipe #335184

    I received an email today with a few copycat recipes in it. Here is one of them.

    Recipe #335180

    This recipe was featured in an email this morning from the www.kingarthurflour.com website. The ingredients listed are different from the other ones posted on Zaar. "These cookies develop an attractive shiny, cracked top surface as they bake. Be sure to allow them to cool before moving them off the baking sheet, as they're very delicate while hot." NOTE: *You may use regular chocolate chips (1 1/3 cups = 8 ounces), but we prefer the flavor of bittersweet chips, or any of our bittersweet chocolates. If you're using bar chocolate (as opposed to chips), chop it into irregular 1/2 to 3/4-inch chunks.

    Recipe #335111

    This was a featured recipe today from the www.kingarthurflour.com website. It says these are also called Kids' Choice Chip & Fruit Oatmeal Cookies. "Kids and cookies go together like - well, like kids and just about anything sweet. Given kids' affinity for sugar, you might as well temper it with some of the "good stuff" - in this case, oats with their soluble fiber, and whole wheat flour, with its extra vitamins, minerals, and bran. Trust us: the kids won't know they're getting anything "healthy" in their favorite cookie!" Tips from our bakers: If you bake the cookies for 12 minutes; they'll be crunchy around the edges, with a slight bend at the center. If you bake for the full 14 minutes, till they're almost a light mahogany color, they'll be crisp/crunchy all the way through. For smaller cookies (great for smaller kids!), drop the dough by teaspoonfuls onto the prepared cookie sheets, and bake for just slightly less time: 30 seconds to 1 minute less than the larger cookies. Yield: about 7 dozen 2" cookies. What's vinegar doing in a chocolate chip cookie recipe? Ah-HA! Vinegar is our secret weapon. It tempers cookies' sweetness just a tad, and reacts with the leavener to give them a bit more rise, making them lightly crunchy/chewy rather than hard. Want to make the dough now, freeze, and bake later? Scoop the dough in tablespoonfuls onto the baking sheet; place them close together to save space. Cover the sheet with plastic wrap, and place in the freezer for about 2 hours, till the dough balls are frozen. put the dough balls in a plastic freezer bag, removing the air as best you can. A drinking straw, inserted into the almost-closed bag, can be used to suck out air and effectively shrink-wrap the cookies. Keep frozen for up to a month before baking. When you're ready to bake, place as many dough balls as you like on a prepared baking sheet, and let them sit at room temperature while you preheat your oven to 350°F, for about 15 minutes. Bake partially thawed cookies for 15 to 17 minutes, till as brown as you like.

    Recipe #335109

    This recipe is from the www.bettycrocker.com website. "Turn boxed potatoes into a crowd-size fiesta of flavors using salsa, cheese and chiles."

    Recipe #335107

    I received an email today from the www.bettycrocker.com website and it said that this is a NEW recipe. "Looking for a hearty meat and potatoes casserole? This one's in the oven in just 15 minutes." NOTE: The email says that it costs less than $1.50 per serving. :-)

    Recipe #335104

    I received an email from the www.recipe4living.com website and the title of the email said "31 recipes to use up that leftover Halloween candy." What in the world will they come up with next!! :-)

    Recipe #335096

    I received an email from the www.recipe4living.com website and the title of the email said "31 recipes to use up that leftover Halloween candy."

    Recipe #335090

    I received an email from the www.recipe4living.com website and the title of the email said "31 recipes to use up that leftover Halloween candy."

    Recipe #335088

    I received an email from the www.recipe4living.com website and the title of the email said "31 recipes to use up that leftover Halloween candy."

    Recipe #335087

    I received an interesting email yesterday from the www.recipe4living.com website. The title of the email said "31 recipes to use up that leftover Halloween Candy!"

    Recipe #335085

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