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    A very easy, great-tasting casserole for your family or breakfast guests. I suggest serving it with maple syrup and fresh fruit and/or sausage for a complete meal. Plan ahead- this needs to sit overnight. Adapted from the One Armed Chef cookbook.

    Recipe #306088

    It is very safe to say that I am addicted to making fruit cups. We eat them every morning for breakfast, and I am constantly trying new combinations of fruit. This is my latest- my favorite so far.

    Recipe #278998

    A great quick breakfast.

    Recipe #282663

    I got this recipe from a friend at my bridal shower. It freezes well and is one of my favorite dishes. You could also substitute cut up cooked turkey for the chicken.

    Recipe #268185

    The best part about this recipe is that there is no pre-broiling or browning required, and they still taste great! Use any kind of ribs that your heart desires.

    Recipe #350655

    You can have this to the table in under 30 minutes. Although it is easy and quick to prepare, you really have to be at the stove for the whole 30 minutes. It has great flavor on its own, but feel free to add some cheddar cheese or crumbled bacon to the top.

    Recipe #271210

    This works wonders and is so much less expensive than the kind you buy at the store. Very convenient to use, too! Just follow it up with your normal face washing routine.

    Recipe #270071

    This is so simple to do and you get such impressive results! If you have four ovenproof bowls, you can bake the tortilla shells all at once. If not, let bowl cool in between uses. I found in Martha Stewart Kids magazine.

    Recipe #266766

    I know there are about a million recipes for this, but none exactly like mine. I'm posting it more for myself so I don't lose it. This turns out with a slight orange color due to the paprika, so if you want a traditional white sauce you can just omit it. Just do yourself a favor and don't try to substitute powdered sugar for the flour. My husband tried to make me dinner one night and used the wrong canister. He couldn't figure out why it wasn't thickening like mine always did. It was not a good thing, but God love him for trying!

    Recipe #263895

    These are amazing! You would not believe that there are only 3 ingredients in the dough. My Great-Grandma used to make these every Sunday. The dough has a delicate cheese taste and the filling is nice and tart. They also have a BEAUTIFUL presentation! I've never paid attention to how many cookies it makes or how much time it takes so that is a guess. I know it looks like a lot of steps, but it is not hard to do.

    Recipe #270092

    Easy and fun to make- you could adapt it for any holiday celebration or maybe use your school's colors. Your dentist will love you for this! The variation using the peppermint Andes baking bits is equally as tasty. Why not make a double batch??

    Recipe #270973

    These are really great! I have made them several times and frozen them in quart-sized bags. If you are making them for a group you can keep them warm in a large crock pot. Makes enough for 100 sandwiches. The original source is from Taste of Home Annual Recipes 1994.

    Recipe #262648

    Yummy! You can also add some other items to make the filling different. Some suggestions: 1 chopped green pepper, 6 potatoes (shredded or fried until cooked through [or use hashbrowns]), jalapeno slices, 2 cloves minced garlic, 1 finely diced onion, 1 peeled and chopped tomato, or green onions, sliced with tops.

    Recipe #282460

    This dessert is fun because underneath the topping a pudding like sauce will form in the bottom. It is very chocolatey and is yummy served with ice cream or whipped topping.

    Recipe #333668

    This is a gorgeous dish that is super simple and tastes delicious. If you want an impressive-looking dish, try this. I used to work at a great little health spa/resort where this was served regularly. I hope you enjoy it! (Note: You can use bottled Parmesan Cheese Dressing in place of the mixture here if you can find it.)

    Recipe #267050

    I'm so proud of these cute little creations because I made up the recipe myself. You can prepare the ingredients ahead of time but should assemble up to a couple of hours before serving to prevent the lettuce from getting wilted. As I made up the spread I wrote the ingredients down. As for the rest I just bought the items that I needed and threw them together, so you will probably have extras of the bread and topping ingredients. Or, just make up some more of the sauce and make more BLTeenies. The sauce as I've written it here makes is enough for about 15 appetizers. I'm not used to writing my own recipes so bear with my directions! I tried to be clear but it was much harder to type this out than it was just to actually do it!

    Recipe #271838

    This is a quick and easy side dish I like to make. I usually use frozen broccoli but fresh is easily substituted.

    Recipe #278902

    This is such a quick, easy, nutritious, and inexpensive side dish. I'm not a huge fan of cooked spinach, but this is tasty. From the cheap and easy cookbook.

    Recipe #333741

    Well, the title about says it all. This is one of my new favorite recipes because it is fast and easy and doesnt dirty a ton of dishes. Basically, you just make the sauce in a saucepan, pour it over the chicken, and bake. And, it is economical, too. Yum! Note: Dont be afraid scale back the recipe by half as this makes a lot. There is plenty of extra sauce, which I serve over rice.

    Recipe #341033

    I LOVE this recipe. It is a treasure to me. It is so simple and I make it really often, especially in the colder months. I only make it hot, but I've heard that it also makes a delicious lemonade in the summertime. The Kerr House is a private health retreat in the quaint little town of Grand Rapids, Ohio. I worked there and got addicted to this wonderful drink, their house "tea". If you are interested in the health benefits, read on. If not, skip down to the recipe! The original recipe for this came from Stanley Borroughs as a cleansing fast and appetite supressant. [That should serve as a fair warning that it does make you have to go to the bathroom...but in a good way :)] Lemon is an excellent clenser and diuretic. Maple sugar is a balanced form of positive and negative sugars and helps keep blood sugar levels normal. Cayenne pepper is a blood purifier and dissolves mucous. (I ALWAYS drink this at the first sign of a cold!) I know it is probably tempting, but dont omit the cayenne pepper. Try it- it doesnt make it spicy and it wouldnt taste the same without it!

    Recipe #266800

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