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    This is a recipe that I grew up with my mom making. It's her sister's recipe. They are a little sweet, but still taste wonderful! You can tell summer is in full force when we are eating these!! I am totally estimating the servings, I have no idea how many servings it is. A gallon jar should feed a lot of people. It only lasts us a few weeks in the fridge (we eat them pretty fast). I put the cooling time as the cooking time, but that still doesn't include that you need to steep these in the fridge for a week before you eat them.

    Recipe #393135

    This is the first original recipe I've posted on this site, I'm so excited...It's one of the few meals that I literally just throw together, but I'll try to write it down. When our family eats tacos, we usually have homemade spanish rice, homemade refried beans and tacos. Tonight I had an epiphany....why not double what I normally make and make up some burritos with the leftovers and throw them in the freezer? I usually make this recipe from scratch because they taste that good, but why not cook once and eat twice? This will make a great OAMC meals also, though I haven't tried it yet. I'll give you the ingredients for making it from scratch, and if you decide to turn it into two meals, just double everything...If you don't have the spices separately, just use a taco mix pack. We like ours without salt and really spicy, so I tamed this back a bit. If you like a runny, non-chunky salsa, you don't have to add as much water.

    Recipe #396709

    A little different version of the original in an effort to eat a little healthier. I got this recipe out of the Betty Crocker Healthy Heart Cookbook. The note from the recipe reads, "Besides eating cereal for breakfast, adding cereal to recipes is a good way to get the extra nutrition that the fortification, fiber and whole grain cereals provide". Make sure you take into consideration the cooling time if you're making this last minute. Since the slices are so thin, I left off the topping so I could eat a little bit more. After the fact, I realized I put in pretty frozen blue berries. It ended up ok, just had to cook my loaf about 10-15 minutes longer.

    Recipe #381623

    I couldn't quite find this exact recipe, so I decided to post it. It's my husbands absolute favorite meal that I make. I found it years ago in a Five Stare Recipe Cooking Light cookbook. It isn't exactly quick and easy, like I'm used to making, so I usually make it for a special occassion when I have a little more time to prepare. It also gets easier the more you make it.

    Recipe #281291

    Just made this on a whim tonight. Tasted pretty good, so I thought I'd post it because it was really easy and went great with our grilled cheese sandwiches. Something a little different than tomato soup...Leave out the chicken for a more vegetarian version. Great opportunity to use up your garden tomatoes!

    Recipe #402865

    Found this recipe today. It looked pretty easy and tasty, so I'll have to try it for my holiday cooking this year. This was a note listed with the recipe on Cooksrecipes.com. The cooling time is not included in prep or cooking times. Note: The perfect truffle for the chocolate chip cookie lover! These sweet treats are a crushed chocolate chip cookie center, dipped in melted semi-sweet chocolate and dusted with cocoa. These chocolate chip cookie truffles will both surprise and delight. The key to making these truffles is to bake the cookies a little longer than the package states so they are crisp but not burnt.

    Recipe #398034

    Found this on www.popcorn.org today and thought I might have to try this soon. It seems very easy for at home kettle corn...

    Recipe #395819

    Found this in the Rachel Ray 365: No Repeats. Sounds good. Love how she makes whole meals in her recipes in this book. Season the meat with Worcestershire sauce and some pepper. Let the steaks hang out while you start the potato ragout.

    Recipe #348409

    This is one we've made in our family for a while. Have no idea where it came from. It gets eaten up every time. It is great for being very versatile. If you don't have an ingredient or two, you still may be able to make it. It's like a lot of other crab pasta salads, except that it has french dressing in it. My amounts are kind of guesstimated, because I just throw it together. If I don't use pickles, I add a little bit of dry dill. Best to use a chewy pasta like rotini or bow ties.

    Recipe #368023

    I found this recipe one day while catching up on some of my Hulu shows. It's from Ellie Krieger's Healthy Appetite. It looked really good, and something my kids would actually eat! It's nice, since you throw it together the night before and put it in the fridge. Make sure you take into account putting it in the fridge overnight for the cooking time. It's a lot of eggs, but it's her way of slimming down the meal. Let me know how it turns out for you!

    Recipe #406698

    I found this recipe on the Pillsbury website. It looks awesome, though I've not tried it yet. If you have any tips from making this, feel free to post. I think I'm going to try to do 2 rolls and almost double everything and put it in a 9 x 13 inch pan instead. Make sure you note that there is cooling time and freezing time that is not included in the times listed.

    Recipe #380944

    This is a very easy grilling recipe with easy tinfoil cleanup. I tried this on my family this weekend and they loved it. I think it may be a new Thanksgiving classic.

    Recipe #250647

    I found this email on a new site I'm really starting to like a lot, Betterrecipes.com. Even though I haven't tried it yet, it looked good enough to put in my recipe box. The recipe says, "Your kids won't even know they're eating broccoli when you add it to these quick and easy pizzas made with refrigerated biscuit dough." *Note I did not include the cooking time for the biscuits, as I didn't know how long that was without trying the recipe. All Prep times are approximate.

    Recipe #380792

    I ran across this today and think I'm going to try this for a fall treat. Haven't tried it yet, but it sounds wonderful! Came across it on www.popcorn.org. I kind of estimated and put the cooling time as the cooking time and everything else is preparation. Let me know if you find something more accurate.

    Recipe #395746

    I haven't made this yet, but I am going to be making it next week. I can't remember where I found this recipe, somewhere online. If you have any suggestions, feel free to post about them. The cooking time is kind of deceiving, a majority of it is freeze time.

    Recipe #381264

    Here's a little twist on everyone's favorite, puppy chow. I found it at www.popcorn.org. Make sure that you use a half a stick and not a whole one...The cooling time is not included in the recipe times.

    Recipe #395821

    I got this recipe out of the Betty Crocker Healthy Heart Cookbook (which is awesome by the way). I haven't tried it yet, but I'm going to tonight. I will let you know what I find out. The note about this recipe in the book says, "Packed with Omega-3 fatty acids, salmon is low in saturated fat and high in polyunsaturated fats. Polyunsaturated fats, also found in corn oil, soybean oil and sunflower oil, are good choices because they tend not to elevate cholesterol levels like saturated fat does." All the recipes in this book seem fairly simple to make, and flavorful! I know one thing is that I don't have lemon pepper on hand ever so I'll just use some lemon juice and pepper to flavor the fish.

    Recipe #331242

    I found this site while catching up on some cooking episodes at Hulu. I can't wait to try it. It was from Healthy Appetite.with Ellie Krieger.

    Recipe #407164

    I found this recipe on a vegetarian magazine website. Haven't tried it yet, but looks good! Mashed sweet potatoes keep these biscuits tender and low in fat, plus eliminate the need for eggs or dairy. For a more elegant look, roll out the dough and cut with a 2-inch round cutter. Will take longer to make if you have to cook your sweet potatoes.

    Recipe #382967

    This sounds like a wonderful recipe! I haven't tried it yet, but the pictures I saw made me want to try these! They seem pretty easy...I found this recipe on a wonderful little blog called www.sugarinlaws.com. This is a little bit of what she has to say about them, "This is another recipe that is, quite frankly, a home run. Light, fluffy and just a little bit sweet, but decadent and rich at the same time. In my kitchen, these were gone fast."

    Recipe #404699

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