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    A recipe I got from my mom, with a few modifications. I'm whimpy when it comes to spice, so feel free to add more spice if you wish. You could add a diced jalapeno into the sauce, or more cayenne. You could also substitute flour tortillas for the corn. These are creamy, rich, and make great leftovers.

    Recipe #452299

    Yummy, simple, and great even for gluten eaters! My daughter was very happy to be able to have Broccoli Cheese Soup again! The baking mix I used was a gluten free chicken coating mix. It was a mix of rice flour, brown rice breadcrumbs and seasonings. You could easily substitute this with any gluten free baking mix, rice flour, or your own mix of rice flour and rice breadcrumbs. Adjust your seasonings accordingly.

    Recipe #448426

    Posting this for safekeeping. It's DH's grammas recipe, made for the first time last night. It's VERY americanized, and no way shape or form authentic chinese, but reminds DH of his childhood and his gramma, so I want to make it from time to time. Just wanted to keep safe for future use.

    Recipe #412459

    This perfectly pink fruit and cool whip concoction is more of a dessert than a salad, but oh so good. SO EASY! Similar recipes are posted, but none with cream cheese,which I think gives it a great rich flavor. It makes a ton, but keeps for at least a week in the fridge. You could always scale down, and could be easily made with fat free substitutions.

    Recipe #381886

    Combined a few different ideas and came up with this healthy recipe tonight. It was so good. Next time I will be sure to whip up some pina coladas to go with it. You can add any veggies you want to the kabobs. Mushrooms and cherry tomatoes would be great. The recipe sounds complicated, but is really easy. I gave detailed instructions in case anyone had any questions, but the process itself is simple. Serve with white rice.

    Recipe #381277

    Came up with this on a whim tonight for dinner. It turned out great. My 7 year old almost ate the whole bowl! I used frozen shoepeg corn, but fresh would be even better.

    Recipe #379314

    Super easy, smooth, chocolatey and only 5 ingredients! This hot fudge sauce is great over ice cream, or anything else. It tastes like chocolate fudge in liquid form! It keeps in the fridge for at least a month. But it will be gone long before that. It also uses ingredients I almost always have in my pantry. So it can be made anytime.

    Recipe #378157

    This is a favorite from my childhood. I always use orange jello, cause it's the way mom made it. But you could easily substitute other flavors. Very low fat if you use fat free coolwhip. Keeps well for days, and is great to bring for potlucks. Can be made in a pretty jello mold or just in a bowl and scooped with a spoon.

    Recipe #357752

    This is from my mom. It's a super easy, quick and yummy chicken dish. Can be served alone with a salad, or with rice or pasta. Dont skimp on the poppyseeds, it really makes the dish.

    Recipe #352889

    I dont like the store bought red enchilada sauce, so I make my own. You can use any beans you like, black, pinto, chili or kidney. I have also left the beans out, and spread the tortilla with refried beans before adding the beef mixture. Either way is great. I like to make the sauce and beef mixture the night before, then all I have to do is assemble and bake, and its super easy. This recipe freezes well. Sometimes I like to make a double batch of the sauce, and freeze for later use.

    Recipe #322879

    I had some fresh sweet corn to use up, so made this chowder. It turned out great. I prefer thin chowders, more like a cream soup. You could thicken with flour or cornstarch if you wish. This is best if you use fresh sweet corn cut off the cob, but you can use frozen corn if you need to.

    Recipe #320211

    With spring just around the corner, I thought I would post this. A good friend gave this "recipe" to me. It works wonders for keeping your lawn nice and green. ADD 4 ounces Listerine Mouthwash to the recipe, ZAAR wont allow it as an ingredient, so it isn't listed, but does need to be added.

    Recipe #287241

    Perfect for the Holidays, this cider keeps warm in a crock pot for as long as you need it to. It won't let me add the description to the tea bags, but I use 4 mango tea bags, and 4 orange spice. You could use any flavors you wish.

    Recipe #266409

    Creamy, Easy and so good! I have always used orange Jello for this, but you could use any flavor. Looks great in a Jello mold, or just made in a bowl and spooned out

    Recipe #262870

    I am requested to make these all the time. They are easy, and people LOVE them. I developed this over the years to suit our tastes. There are recipes close to this one, but I like mine best! The amount of tortillas you need will depend on how thick you spread the mixture. I like them thick. Zaar wont let me list the chilies, olives and pimentos correctly. But I buy the small can of each. They are already chopped small, so they mix in well with the cream cheese.

    Recipe #260288

    I make this every Christmas. Don't let the ingredients or directions fool you. It is very easy to make. Definitely decadent! Great addition to your Christmas cookie tray.

    Recipe #255389

    This is a great cold pasta salad. It combines the taste of Mexican food, with pasta. Best served cold. You can leave out the tequila if you wish. I like to make this with the multi colored pasta rotini, but you could use any noodle shape or color

    Recipe #242674

    This came from my Grandma Helen. It is a family favorite. This makes a very mild, sweet and sticky sauce. You can adjust the spice and sweetness to your liking.

    Recipe #242642

    I use this for beef or chicken. It's best to let the meat sit at least 8 hours. This is mild, so if your prefer spice, you can add some jalapenos or hot sauce.

    Recipe #242635

    OK, I know there are a ton of recipes out there. But I have yet to find one I like as well as my version. This has a cream cheese base, and bakes up creamy and extra cheesy with lots of flavor. This works well with low fat ingredients also. Enjoy!

    Recipe #242622

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