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    Easy to make and delicious. It is very attractive and makes a nice holiday dessert.

    Recipe #37380

    An easy to make fresh blueberry pie that won't heat up your kitchen in the summer. My family loves the fresh taste, one cup of blueberries is cooked on the stove top to make a glaze and is poured over fresh blueberries. If I am short of 4 cups blueberries I just use less fresh ones, it's still great!

    Recipe #432606

    Pancakes and waffles become a wonderful Autumn treat when you try them with apple cider sauce.

    Recipe #47367

    Who knew that Coca-Cola could make the most wonderful turkey breast? Take a walk on the wild side and try this!

    Recipe #42606

    This pie is fast and easy to make with ingredients commonly found in your kitchen. Turns out well with light cream cheese and skim milk.

    Recipe #23358

    A fine-textured white bread made in your bread machine. It is most excellent toasted or in sandwiches. Makes perfect BLT's. Makes a 1 1/2 pound loaf. Tip: I use Fleischmann's Instant Yeast. It comes in 1 pound bags. Very reasonably priced and has never failed for me. Keep it in the freezer or fridge.

    Recipe #248980

    Hubby loves this chicken recipe. Handed down to me by my mom. Very tasty and easy.

    Recipe #30039

    My daughter got this recipe when she lived in El Paso and uses it with flank steak. The marinade is also great on chicken. We like to serve it with rice.

    Recipe #29984

    This recipe takes me back to Hot Fudge Creampuffs from Saunder's Candy Store near Detroit. This recipe is a clone of a Michigan favorite, Saunder's Hot Fudge Topping.

    Recipe #47368

    This chicken is great broiled or grilled. Mom always used the broiler but I like the grill. Change the taste by substituting garlic salt or seasoned salt.

    Recipe #23263

    My friend, Katie, gave me this recipe in the early 1970s. It is served at the Sweet Onion Restaurant in Mt. Pleasant, MI. A light, creamy pie with the taste of peanut butter. Use your favorite cookie or graham cracker crust. Serve it right out of the freezer with a drizzle of hot fudge on top. This pie is fast and easy to make and has a very impressive taste. A nice light dessert after a company meal. I always make it with skim milk, light cream cheese.

    Recipe #170048

    My dad remembers Grandma Weeks making this ice cream in the 1920s. The flavor is light and subtle. Making this ice cream on the 4th of July is an old tradition in our family. I use my Oster Quick Freeze Ice Cream Maker.

    Recipe #23429

    This recipe is from my daughter, Julie, it is easier than it looks. Very good and uses common ingredients that you would have on hand.

    Recipe #301600


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