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    2 Reviews |  By ciao

    Lemonade, rum, mint and lime--great on a hot day. From Food & Family magazine. Crystal Light is a low calorie fruit drink mix. 1 tub makes 2 quarts, so if you need to substitute another mix, use the amount needed to make 2 quarts.

    Recipe #93741

    A fruity cocktail from Crystal Light and Food & Family magazine. This one has pink lemonade, pineapple and white grape juice and gin. Crystal Light is a low calorie fruit drink mix. One tub makes 2 quarts, so if you need to use another low cal drink mix, use the amount needed to make 2 quarts.

    Recipe #93676

    Another cocktail from Crystal Light and Food & Family magazine. Crystal Light is a low calorie fruit drink mix. 1 tub makes 2 quarts of fruit drink, so if you are substituting another mix, use the amount needed to make 2 quarts. This one is made with the lemonade.

    Recipe #93600

    A cocktail from Crystal Light. Crystal Light is a sugar free drink mix--1 tub makes 2 quarts, so if you need to substitute, use whatever amount of your mix to make 2 quarts. From the latest issue of Food & Family.

    Recipe #93489

    3 Reviews |  By ciao

    A cocktail with Crystal Light, from the latest issue of Food & Family. Raspberry, OJ, and rum, yum! For anyone that can't get Crystal Light, it's sugar free fruit drink mix. 1 tub makes 2 quarts, so if you're using a substitute, you would use whatever amount makes 2 quarts.

    Recipe #93331

    This is such a delicious and easy cake--very moist, too! From the Cake Mix Doctor. Mixes up in minutes, but it tastes like you spent much more time on it. Frost with your favorite frosting--mine is #86768, Perfect Chocolate Frosting, by taylortwo. Serve with a big glass of ice cold milk--chocolate cake heaven, if you ask me. Oh! There is mayonnaise in this cake--don't say yuck! It adds moisture, but no flavor or extra sweetness to the cake. Really, it's just eggs and oil, right?

    Recipe #92648

    3 Reviews |  By ciao

    I haven't personally tried this, it's in response to a request. It's from the Pillsbury Complete Cookbook, 2000.

    Recipe #92197

    11 Reviews |  By ciao

    How is this one different? It's made with banana bread instead of plain bread. I had an extra loaf of it that needed to be eaten or frozen, and was thinking about my Recipe #76914, and thought--"Why not?" So here it is...start with a layer of your favorite banana bread, a layer of chopped bananas, more bread, and a lovely custard poured over the whole thing. It is heavenly! A nice change of pace, and very easy to throw together.

    Recipe #91733

    These are wonderful! The ingredients are just perfect and the flavors blend so well. Very easy to make, but very impressive. I see myself making these often, lol! Different, but delicious. From Easy Meals, Mexican.

    Recipe #91416

    This soup is so different, yet so delicious. Easy to prepare, just do your chopping and measuring of spices first, then all you need to do is make the soup. I can't really describe the flavor, except to say that is like no other soup I've had before--very "fresh" tasting--your tastebuds will thank you! From Easy Meals, Mexican. Don't let the long list of ingredients put you off. Doing the prep first makes it easy--chopping your veggies, and measuring the spices. And don't say yuck to the orage zest, raisins and chocolate. It all contributes the wonderfully fresh, lively taste of the soup!

    Recipe #91358

    19 Reviews |  By ciao

    Fast, easy, and so yummy! I had a brownie mix to use up, and my 4 year old was sick and needed a pick me up. Thank you Duncan Hines! These would be great for kids to make. Just 5 ingredients, and you've got great chocolate-chocolate chip cookies. And don't forget the ice cold milk to have with these!

    Recipe #90683

    3 Reviews |  By ciao

    This is definitely one for those nights when you don't have much time to prepare dinner. It needs to bake for one hour but it's so fast to put together, that you could get it ready in the morning, and refrigerate until you get home, then just pop it in the oven. Very delicious and amazingly easy, what more could you ask for? From Heirloom Recipes, submitted my M.R. She suggests 2 pounds of kielbasa for 6 servings. I cut it down to one pound for us, but followed the rest of the recipe to have a fair amount of beans for a side dish. She also says you can make this in a slow cooker.

    Recipe #90655

    1 Reviews |  By ciao

    This is a recipe from Steven Raichlen. He says to simplify the recipe, he subs regular soy and molasses. Totally authentic? Not sure. Delicious? Definitely! Don't let the ingredients scare you off, it's really very easy to prepare.

    Recipe #90482

    9 Reviews |  By ciao

    These are so easy, and so delicious! They cook up very quickly. Tender pork with onions, peppers, garlic, lime juice...well, you get the idea. From The Recipe Hall of Fame Cookbook, with a few changes.

    Recipe #90209

    6 Reviews |  By ciao

    I know what you're thinking, black beans and rice, kind of plain, right? But not this recipe--from Goya. My husband thought, "Ok, beans and rice, I already love those, what can be so different about this recipe?" He had to eat his words, along with the beans and rice, lol. With the addition of a few simple things, wow, these are delicious! And so simple, a really quick side dish.

    Recipe #90165

    56 Reviews |  By ciao

    My favorite peanut butter cookies! Crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside--just the way I like them. From Sheila Lukins USA Cookbook, a great book!

    Recipe #90136

    3 Reviews |  By ciao

    Super easy recipe, adapted from Duncan Hines. A nice muffin with a bit of oats in it, and the blueberries add a nice bit of sweetness. You can make regular or jumbo sized muffins(see note in instructions). I forgot to add the berries in the ingredient list--until the correction goes through, it should list 2 1/4 cups of berries. ;)

    Recipe #90132

    1 Reviews |  By ciao

    I made this for our Easter ham. I couldn't find a recipe that I liked that had pieces of pineapple in it, only the juice. I found this on a net search, after going through many pages, lol. I had to make a little change, adding cornstarch to thicken it. The amounts here I have doubled, so we could have sauce with our leftovers, but you can cut the recipe by half, if you prefer.

    Recipe #89201

    2 Reviews |  By ciao

    This salad is delicious, and so easy! Tender strips of lime-garlic marinated steak, pinto or black beans, avocado, tomatoes, crushed tortilla chips, and more served on a bed of fresh greens with a wonderful tangy dressing. From a wonderful little book picked up in the bargain section at the book store--simply titled Easy Meals-Mexican. Very easy and fast to put together...don't let the ingredient list throw you.

    Recipe #89200

    3 Reviews |  By ciao

    This is one of my favorite new things to make. It is amazingly easy to put together, the chicken cooks quickly, and the resulting sandwich is fabulous! It's faster than take-out. When I first made these, I thought the chicken tasted a bit salty on it's own. But once it's all together in the sandwich, the flavors blend perfectly, and it wasn't salty at all. I did use low sodium soy sauce, by the way. It's one of those things that make you want to go back for more, even though you're already full, lol. From the Food Network Kitchens Cookbook...they use multigrain sandwich bread, we used nice crusty rolls.

    Recipe #86737

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