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    Be sure to let this cool before serving. This is gobbled up by my 2 yr old. I'd recommend this for kids at least 18 months or older.

    Recipe #248552

    These are rich but oh so good and simple. I made these out of a lot of leftovers that I had that I needed to use up so I guessed at the measurements and wrote them down as I tossed them together and to my surprise they turned out good! Well, anything with Nutella usually is. Right?! So, you know what you have to do when that happens. You have to share!

    Recipe #233808

    I was looking through my cookbooks one night trying to find a new way to make a veggie side dish for dinner. I needed something quick and easy and I came across this. It sounded a little odd but I gave it a try anyway and I absolutely loved this combination of herbs with the broccoli and tomato. If you make it with oil instead of butter, it can also be fat free too. I've left out the tomato and made it with just the broccoli and it was also very good that way. I hope you enjoy it too. ***** If I'm really in a hurry, I've used the frozen broccoli that steams in the bag in the microwave and just mixed the rest of the ingredients in a bowl and combined with broccoli after I've steamed it. Works great and saves time! Recipe is from an old Betty Crocker cookbook.

    Recipe #231193

    Original recipe is from Allrecipes. I think this could also be great if you subbed white chocolate or butterscotch chips for the chocolate chips.

    Recipe #221661

    A nice way to use a cake mix without baking the whole cake and worrying about it sitting around with only a few people to eat it. Just knead the cake mix a little before opening to break up any large lumps before measuring. I just refrigerate the other 1/2 of the mix to make at another time. You should be able to make two cakes out of one cake mix. I've included a recipe that I created for Chocolate frosting but It's optional. You can frost it or choose not to. (I wouldn't double it. It's rich and you only need the amount recipe makes)

    Recipe #221622

    I've been on a smoothie kick and I've been making this a lot lately. The peaches and cherries are a nice flavor combination. I made this for breakfast and it was so delicious! Enjoy :)

    Recipe #220363

    I love couscous and I'm always looking for new way's to enjoy it. This is a delicious way to serve it topped with a honey-sweetened sauce that offers a new twist on hot breakfast cereal. Enjoy!

    Recipe #220362

    Chocolate and cherries in a shake. Doesn't get any better than this! Recipe from Land O Lakes but I've tweaked it a little.

    Recipe #218793

    I love apples and I love baking with apple butter. I searched zaar looking for a muffin recipe that used both as ingredients but found nothing so I decided to experiment and create my own recipe using the ingredients that I like. This was the end result and I was so pleased with how they turned out that I had to share! You could add 1/4-1/2 cup of nuts or raisins if you'd like but I like them just the way they are. Enjoy!

    Recipe #215906

    I had some leftover pumpkin I needed to use up so I made these. They turned out so good I had to share! Original recipe from Nestle but I tweaked it a little to suit my tastes and the ingredients I had on hand.

    Recipe #212275

    Chicken in a simple sesame-lemon sauce. Using a lower sodium chicken broth, the dish can be healthy as well. Serve over a bed of hot cooked rice.

    Recipe #211054

    Serve this refreshing treat as a snack, side dish or a light dessert. You can use any flavor of yogurt you'd like to add even more flavor. You can also use fresh fruit instead of frozen or use any kind of fruit you want. It's very versatile!

    Recipe #211053

    Herbed cream cheese makes this sauce not only taste great but it's almost effortless too! You can substitute Broccoli if your not a big fan of Asparagus and serve with bread sticks or a salad if you'd like.

    Recipe #211051

    Not your same old broccoli and cheese. This dish is a great and filling side to any meal with a twist. You can substitute any kind of pasta you like but I prefer Rotini. Since there's no cheese in this recipe, and by using low fat yogurt and low sodium chicken broth this can be very healthy too.

    Recipe #211049

    An interesting blend of Orange zest and Prosciutto provide flavor to what would otherwise be ordinary peas. This is so simple yet elegant. It would be a nice addition to a holiday meal but would also be great anytime!

    Recipe #211046

    A fun little experiment to do with the kids.

    Recipe #205149

    The kids love this! I would not suggest this for very young children.

    Recipe #205143

    This is a craft project for older kids that can handle an empty pop can carefully, without hurting themselves. Not for preschoolers or toddlers. Something fun to do when they're stuck inside on a cold winter day and you hear, "Mom, I'm bored!" Posted on request.

    Recipe #204941

    How to make colored rice and what to do with it when you do! A craft idea for kids. Posted by request.

    Recipe #204897

    So simple, you're gonna wonder why you never thought of it! This is great for little ones just starting out with finger paints. If they decide to try a little taste you won't have to worry because it's edible and non- toxic! I got this from my SIL.

    Recipe #204873

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