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    The recipe listed on the back of the Spice Apple Bran Muffin Mix bag, with a few additions of my own. I love to tweak recipes to my liking, and I love that I can store the recipe for later here on Food.com because it is so hard to remember what I did sometimes! Anyways, my husband and daughter and I all love grab 'n go snacks, and these are very healthy!

    Recipe #501986

    I searched high and low for a recipe that had real cranberries and orange zest in the mix, and it was harder to find than I thought it would be. This is what I came up with, and its pretty sweet, but that's how I choke the strong coffee down. :)

    Recipe #459649

    Straight from the Malt-o-Meal box, I give you Magiiiiiiiiiiic Muffiiiiiiiiins!!!!!!!!! That's how I presented them to my picky, picky daughter (like a television announcer) and it worked, she liked them! Yay! I have substituted Splenda for sugar, to reduce carbs, and I suppose my next trick will be to sneak in some whole wheat flour to replace the white flour.

    Recipe #454412

    These are healthy, filling, have a variety of flavors...I just can't say enough about them. With a cup of coffee or orange juice, they are my perfect quick breakfast or snack. This recipe is from a newspaper that's a couple decades old, a friend (Thanks Mary!) photocopied it for me when I was at her house raving about the muffin she gave me to eat. I hope you love them as much as I do. Also, I changed the flour from all white flour to part white flour, part wheat flour, to make it healthier. The original recipe calls for 2 1/4 cups white flour.

    Recipe #450583

    Fresh and citrusy, this packs a flavor punch! It is delightful, but must be served immediately. I found that the lemon flavor disappears the next day. Enjoy!

    Recipe #450582

    This is over the top bread pudding, super sweet and best when warm. The recipe is courtesy of Paula Deen, but I have tweaked it to my liking. Yup, that's what I do.

    Recipe #450349

    My variation of 4 Minute Spicy Garlic Shrimp

    Recipe #450346

    A creamy topping on broiled fish.

    Recipe #450343

    My dad has spent many years perfecting this light, crispy breading for deep-frying catfish. He uses bags of frozen filets, and usually thaws them in the refrigerator 2 days ahead.

    Recipe #450342

    A fresh, light tasting sauce for pasta.

    Recipe #450341

    I liked a recipe I found on here, but there were some things I thought I would change for my family and I. So here it is!

    Recipe #450340

    My favorite meatloaf recipe. Try using a mixture of ground beef, lamb, veal or pork instead of all beef.

    Recipe #450339

    My version of Olive Garden's delicious drink. Very refreshing.

    Recipe #450338

    Use the best ingredients to get the best flavor. That's what I've learned the many, many times I have tweaked this recipe to get it just right. This recipe is generous with the creamy mascarpone cheese mixture on purpose, and I never use all the ladyfingers. I'm still not done tweaking, but it's about time I share the recipe, and I'm including the exact ingredients with their brands. Just so you know, the next thing I'm thinking about is maybe adding flavor to the mascarpone mixture. Let me know what you think, and please include any suggestions. Thanks!

    Recipe #450337

    Martha Stewart-my way. I like using whole wheat flour in my recipes, so I did. I also like using a no carb sweetener for my daughter's sake, so I did. I like to make fluffy pancakes that are good-looking and good-tasting (is that a word?), so I did-but I used Martha's recipe (thanks Martha :). We love these pancakes, so I hope you will too!

    Recipe #448175

    My mom's recipe: this is a warm, cheesy, comforting dish that fills the house with the most delicious smells. It's a favorite from my childhood.

    Recipe #437621

    I have been eating this my whole life,since it is my great-grandmother's recipe. My mom tells me the secret is cooking it in an iron skillet rubbed all over with butter. I hope you and yours enjoy!

    Recipe #437599

    I adjusted this recipe from Ocean Spray so it would be a little healthier for my daughter, who is diabetic. These reminded me more of a scone than a cookie, though. They are not super-sweet, but my six-year old liked them and I enjoyed them with a cup of coffee. What do you think?

    Recipe #437598

    This is the easiest and best jam recipe I have ever had. Whenever I make it, my daughter and I eat it daily until it is gone. Then we think about it daily until I make more. This has been going on for almost 3 years. I had to change the recipe to make it sugar-free, which is why I thought it would be okay to post. (I didn't see any sugar-free recipes) Hope you like it as much as we do!

    Recipe #437430

    Italian flavors blend in a creamy, satisfying soup that has potatoes, italian sausage, and kale. I like a kick, so I use spicy sausage and add crushed red pepper flakes. The heavy cream really pulls this soup together and makes it restaurant-worthy! Don't forget a fresh, crusty loaf of bread for dipping.

    Recipe #362800

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