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    2 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Our take on the traditional grape jelly meatballs. We have tried lots of this kind of recipe, and find we like this one best. It is a "must have" for any holiday party or football get together. If I don't serve this, there will be no place I can hide....

    Recipe #343567

    From Frugal Luxuries for the Seasons by Tracey McBride

    Recipe #341475

    3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    A more mainstream version of Recipe #303663, for those who want to avoid artificial sweeteners.

    Recipe #341328

    4 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Two classic favorites for your family in one easy, affordable meal. Pair with tossed salad and French bread and voilà! You'll be the next new chef to star in your own kitchen with adoring family and friends. And isn't that what it's all about?

    Recipe #336746

    3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Perfect for making the buns for your favorite sandwiches a little more healthy while still remaining delicious!

    Recipe #334085

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    A nice, lemony version of a classic muffin that has a great texture. Try these with some artisinal butter and lemon curd.

    Recipe #334082

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    I enjoy using the Pillsbury reduced sugar cake mixes, but they only have 2 flavors. This recipe converts their yellow cake mix into a spice cake mix, while staying low sugar.

    Recipe #332030

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Recipe from Pillsbury. Baking apples are best. I would use something like Granny Smith, Cortlands, Jonathans, Empires, Yellow Delicious, Honey Crisp, Ida Reds or Winesap (Winesap are my favorite and are usually found late season during October). I would avoid such apples as Red Delicious or Macintosh. They are great for eating but fall apart when cooked. And one of my secrets is to make a blend of baking apples, so the flavors are more well rounded and less one dimensional. Some apples, such as the Granny Smith, have that nice bite to them but are short on sweetness other apples have and aren't that great by themselves.

    Recipe #332026

    2 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Because you deserve a great bowl of chili.

    Recipe #330901

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    As I was walking through the farmer's market, the bounty of the harvest season was laid out before me, a blanket of autumn beauty. The colors, the scents, all spoke to me of the romance of cooking that has made me enjoy it so much these many years. I bought one beautiful vegetable after another, sensing the melange which would take their simple shapes to the sublime. Come make this wonderful vegetable stew as well, so you may also rediscover the romance of cooking that has made you the foodie you are. Note that this requires a large crock pot. If you have a smaller one, you may reduce the ingredient amounts accordingly. Omit the bacon if you like a truly vegetarian dish (but realize that in doing so it diminishes the flavor).

    Recipe #330886

    3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Yes, I have been in the kitchen making fried rice again! Fried rice is one of my favorites. The sesame seeds in this version offer a delicious nutty taste that makes this perfect to accompany Chinese stir-fries, Japanese teppanyaki, and Korean bulgoki. The use of brown rice should gain approval from those trying to cut carbs. Of course, they want it to be delicious, and I assure you that this is every bit as tasty as my fried rice (Recipe #38748).

    Recipe #329985

    9 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Please read reviews. This recipe worked for me but perhaps differences in types of peanut butter or what is in the candy make a difference. I think if the mix isn't stirring smooth enough, add extra butter before you mix in the sugar. Or perhaps add the sugar a little at a time? Otherwise I don't know what to tell you. --Sue

    Recipe #328184

    2 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Puts together in a snap! Smells and tastes so heavenly your neighbors will be knocking on your door. Be prepared to share!

    Recipe #328019

    3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    I know there are tons of flourless peanut butter cookies out there, but I felt that the brown sugar blend would be a must for the perfect flavor, and I was right!

    Recipe #326441

    2 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    An easy way to dress up new potatoes.

    Recipe #325337

    For your chocolate cravings. Both delicious and low in sugar.

    Recipe #323376

    3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    This sounds absolutely delicious to me, although I may have to work with it to get it diabetic-friendly for myself. But others may enjoy this while I keep it tucked away. It sounds perfect for a holiday potluck table at work. Recipe from Charmaine Haravey of Niwot, Colorado.

    Recipe #323181

    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    I can't always find date filling at the market. So I am posting this in case I ever need a recipe for it. Recipe from food down under. Filling should be refrigerated, and you may freeze it as well.

    Recipe #323144

    I just threw this together for a quick lunch. So easy to make! And leftovers freeze well if you want to cook ahead, or have things ready for lunches.

    Recipe #323131

    3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Adapted from a recipe by Christie Williamson

    Recipe #322938

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