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    Recipe #380506

    This is much easier than the usual unflavored gelatin method. As for the leftover pudding mix, I use it in smoothies, milk shakes, fruit salads, more whipped cream, etc. It never goes to waste!You can make your whipped topping ahead of time and it won't separate or go runny! I find the pudding adds an extra richness to the flavor without being enough to know that it's instant pudding. You could use any flavor of instant pudding to change up the usual whipped cream flavors.

    Recipe #268197

    The solution to those yummy leftover candied yams! I don't measure when I make candied yams so sometimes the leftovers have more liquid. If there is some liquid in the candied yams, I use that in place of some of the milk, making sure I get 1/2 cup of total liquid. If the liquid drained from the candied yams looks particularly buttery, I use it in place of some of the butter, making sure to get 1/2 cup total for the fat measurement. If there isn't much liquid I just use the measurements stated in the recipe. This makes a yummy bread!

    Recipe #268196

    This is THE BEST crock pot breakfast I've ever had! There is nothing better than treating the family to a delicious hot breakfast before sending them out into the chilly world.

    Recipe #267052

    Every pheasant hunting season I make up a batch of these yummy little nuggets of goodness.

    Recipe #259116

    I was craving nachos last night but my daughter had already baked some potatoes. This recipe is a delicious combo of both stuffed baked potato and nachos.

    Recipe #258124

    This burrito makes a satisfying and comforting breakfast. I often make extra mashed potatoes just to have this burrito the next morning.

    Recipe #258113

    An unconventional stuffed potato recipe. This one is good for you and great tasting!

    Recipe #258112

    Recipe #256922

    This mop is for keeping meat moist while slow cooking on the smoker. Works well with baby back ribs.

    Recipe #256921

    Oreo crust, chocolate pudding, whipped cream. Hubby's favorite!

    Recipe #256918

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com. The cold butter is the secret. It's not included in other copy cat recipes.

    Recipe #256914

    Just like our school cafeteria with the addition of a creamy peanut butter glaze.

    Recipe #256913

    These are moist, spicy, filling muffins. They're full of good for you ingredients too! Great for breakfast or a lunch box treat. Makes 24 regular sized muffins or 48 mini muffins.

    Recipe #256792

    A simple sweet treat! My husband saw this prepared on the pbs show Everyday Food and asked me to try it. I'm posting it here because I know he'll request it again!

    Recipe #255881

    I found this recipe on a box of Kelloggs low fat granola with raisins cereal. It's my family's favorite store bought granola so I think they'll love these muffins too.

    Recipe #241179

    This candy is crunchy and chewy and very sweet. It's one of my favorite treats at Christmas time. This recipe makes a large batch but it freezes very well. My grandma makes this in the microwave so I've included her microwave cooking instructions. I estimated the serving size to be about 1/4 cup.

    Recipe #235721

    After watching Paula make this on tv we decided to give it a try. The layers are beautiful in the glass jar. I think this would make a nice gift or an easy make ahead appetizer or snack.

    Recipe #226320

    My husband loves Snapple peach tea but prefers me to make this recipe because it containes *no high fructose corn syrup*. It's a sweet tea but the sugar can be altered to individual taste. I posted the recipe as Todd Wilbur wrote it but I added my DH's preferences at the end of the directions(so I wouldn't lose them and have to experiment again!).

    Recipe #225534

    Soft taco on the outside, crispy taco on the inside. These are easier to eat than a regular taco. The soft taco keeps everything together. It's a very filling taco. My kids LOVE these tacos!

    Recipe #225522

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