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    I'd like to give credit to a 'zaar receipe #189995, but also say that it isn't exactly the same. On a business retreat, a gentleman in our group offered to try his hand at grilling an appetizer for us. What you see here is his version, and while very similar to the posted receipe #189995, it is decidedly different so I decided to post it as a grilling version. We were using a Weber charcoal grill but I'm sure it a gas grill will work just as well. These were served with steaks, baked potatoes and salad and everyone was grabbing "just one more" of these tasty little treats even during the meal. I hope you find it as wonderful as we did!

    Recipe #428847

    A light version of this popular dish. This one will get rave reviews and presents very well. The recipe was served with sugar snap pea pods so those are included with the recipe as an option. I had never cooked with anise seeds and was very surprised at the result. I did substitute 1 t of ground ginger for the fresh ginger and was very pleased with the result. Enjoy!

    Recipe #299757

    You probably have most of these ingredients on the shelf, and I've never had a complaint about their taste! (12-1-07: a correction has been made to the preparation on this recipe.)

    Recipe #266364

    When I was a young working mother some 30 years ago now, this was a fairly regular option for dinner. It was easy for me to put together before bed and whoever arrived home first would pop it into the oven. That gave me an uninterruped hour to take care of after work chores and start the kids on their homework. I tried due diligence on this one to see if it was posted in 'Zaar, but none just like this that I could find. The original recipe called for fresh onion, but today we prefer the dehydrated version. I've also added the optional seasonings in recent years and it's still one of our favorites.

    Recipe #260134

    This recipe came from the Kraft Foods fall edition. I took their suggestion to save calories and made the appropriate adjustments. I chose also to use a graham cracker crust rather than an Oreo cookie crust, but either works equally well. I didn't have any chocolate to curl for garnish for the photo, but that wouldn't add TOO many calories and might just have to be included next time!

    Recipe #259156

    Believe it or not, this light cake stays fresh in the fridge up to two weeks assuming it lasts that long! I personally like it any time of the year but it is particularly good in the summer or whenever you need something light and refreshing but without all of the extra calories. Enjoy!

    Recipe #256056

    When I attended my first weight watchers meeting and the leader shared this recipe, my first thought was "right!". There was no way I was going to believe this was good, AND low in points. Eventually I had to try it though. Now my DH who wants nothing to do with pumpkin OR lite anything, had a fit over these cupcakes. Of course he still doesn't know the truth and I'm not about to tell him! (weight watchers points = 1) I did try making it as a cake in a 9-13 pan and the center stays way too moist, so I recommend the muffin method. Perfect for when nothing will do but chocolate! UPDATE: One reviewer suggested using 1/4 cup of water to get a more cake-like consistency and it works great. 1/2 cup of water will produce a denser and richer texture. Whatever you choose, enjoy!

    Recipe #249061

    Fancy but good and simple. I have also used prepackaged stuffing mix, but the recipe is simple enough to make it from scratch. A good way to "prep" this meal: Brown chops the night before and store in fridge. This cuts down on prep time after work.

    Recipe #247478

    This is a light version of an old favorite. I found the recipe in "Lite and Tasty" magazine in 2003. It's still a favorite for my family, especially in the summer. It's also fairly easy and quick to prepare.

    Recipe #239632

    A pretty addition to your appetizer plate. Try combining this with recipe #100688 for an attractive combination plate!

    Recipe #235391

    Originally from a Fleischman's Yeast cookbook, this has been a Christmas standard with our family for probably 30 years. Today I only make one recipe which makes 3 rolls, but when the children were little and funds were slight at Christmas, I would make these ahead in the freezer and then give them as Christmas presents for close friends. I would give them in the frozen state with a copy of the recipe for Christmas morning baking. If you like yeast breads, this is wonderful and not really hard. As often happens on Recipezaar, "don't let the length of the instructions scare you". They are provided for those who may be newbies at any kind of yeast baking and to share what I have learned over the years. Once you have mastered the technique, you can successfully double the recipe to make six nut rolls at a time. This year I served mine with Breakfast Overnight #61831 which is also ano overnight recipe. I hope you grow to like this as much as my family has over the years.

    Recipe #203425

    This is an old basic receipe from a cookbook my grandmother had that was written back in the 1920's. It's a very basic receipe meaning if you have the fruit on hand, the rest of the ingredients are probably on your shelf. Good served warm with ice cream or even with milk poured over.

    Recipe #200762

    This is not a normal taco, but we like it and have used it for years. When my children were little they used to love to "build" their own plate by layering the ingedients as shown in the directions here. Be careful though - its real easy to end up with way more on your plate than you can eat - especially if you're hungry! I'm guessing on the size of the Frito bag, but it doesn't really matter as long as you have enough for your meal. It's fresh, it's crunchy, it's easier to eat than regular tacos, and its a real favorite in our family. Try adding any other taco-type ingredients according to what you like. Enjoy!

    Recipe #200102

    This is a good alternative to regular baked beans. Although I've tried to use a crockpot on this recipe, it really is a better consistency if baked, which allows some of the moisture to bake off. The crockpot leaves it too runny and not nearly as appetizing as it is when oven baked. Good stuff!

    Recipe #198835

    This is a really easy pie and will satisfy just about any sweet tooth. Better yet, most of the ingredients are probably on hand!

    Recipe #198834

    Another great overnight casserole, ready to to pop in the oven when you get home from work. Spend the extra time throwing together a salad or just relaxing from a hard day at work.

    Recipe #198445

    Grandpa was a good friend of the Nelson family who started Nelson's Golden Glo chicken. I don't know for sure, but since the taste is so similar to the Nelson chicken, I've always thought it might be the same recipe. Recipe is enough for six chickens, but what is not used can be stored in the refrigerator indefinitely.

    Recipe #195636

    An old-old standard for cake frosting you can make with what is on hand. This is the way icing was made years ago and is still very handy to have around if you find you don't have any frosting for that cake you want to make

    Recipe #195635

    This dish has a wonderful oriental aspect to it but the ingredients are not hard to recognize or find. You might even find you have them on hand!

    Recipe #195258

    Originally found in Taste of Home magazine, listed as a "runner up" in one of their contests. Submited by Lorene Milligan of Chemainus, British Columbia. As a surprise for a good friend, it was a part of a carry in meal I prepared for her and her family for her birthday and has been requested over and over by everyone who has tried it since. Today I do not cut into a heart shape but instead leave it as a square (to get it to go as far as I can!) Ready made puff pastry sheets make this a breeze to prepare and the appearance is VERY elegant! A real show-stopper!

    Recipe #195256


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