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    I make these every once in a while when I need a salt/sweet fix. I also make them when I have left over pretzels, M&M's or chocolate. At specific holiday's I use appropriate colored M&M's and chocolate. I use different colored chocolate disks from my candy and cake shop. I know that Hobby Lobby and Michaels both carry the colored disk from Wilton. I think the disk melt up so smooth. My 4 year old son likes to help put the M&M's on. It does go much quicker with someone putting the M&M's on. I'm only giving basic amounts, you will probably have left overs of one or the other. I usually run out of the colored chocolate.

    Recipe #203432

    I saw a similar recipe but it was called Pigeon Poop, and I found one on here that was close. Since the main ingredient and the amounts were drastically different, I didn't think it was fair to rate it with the changes. So I am posting mine and relating it to the holidays. I hope you enjoy it. It does take a long time for the mix to harden, so don't be alarmed. I made it early in the morning and let it sit out all day.

    Recipe #203386

    I got this off an email from Pillsbury this year. I'm posting them as stated in the email. I did change things by forming the cookies by hand, instead of the triangle thing. and I used mini chocolate chips, the regular sized looked too big for the size of my cookies. I couldn't find gumdrops anywhere, imagine that, so i used m&m's. A little time consuming with the hand forming, but I would do them again. Watch the cookies closely, they over cook easy. I'm sure you could use your own sugar cookie dough also.

    Recipe #203383

    This is from the recipe card that came with my new large cookie scoop from Pampered Chef. I have not tried these. I'm posting it here before I lose it. I'm posted exactly as the the recipe says, but I'm sure you could cook on regular cookie sheets, but personally I would line them with parchment paper. The card also says this makes one dozen large cookies. The card also says the scoops volume is approximately 3 tablespoons.

    Recipe #202410

    This is a recipe card that came with my new medium cookie schoop from Pampered Chef. I have not tried the recipe, but I wanted to post it for tracking. Knowing my memory, I lose everything it seems.

    Recipe #202407

    I love Chic chi's Fiesta Style Salsa and was looking for a recipe on here that was similar and I couldn't find one. I canned Wonderful Salsa, recipe #9272 last year and LOVED it, so I created my own "Fiesta" Salsa. I would like to thank Jazze22 for sharing her Wonderful Salsa recipe. I will post the recipe as I made it, I did make a couple changes from the original recipe. I hope if you try it, that you like it as much as I do. To cut the heat remove the veins and seeds. Also, wear gloves when handling the peppers.

    Recipe #182724

    I am a salsa lover and Paul Newmans has a peach salsa that is great, so I went in search of a peach salsa (more tomato then peaches) and couldn't find any. I canned Wonderful Salsa, recipe #9272 last year and decided to try and can my own peach salsa. I would like to thank Jazze22 for sharing her orginal recipe. I thought that with the changes and the fact that I coudln't find one posted, I should post it in case others might be looking for a peach salsa. To reduce the heat, take out the veins and seeds in the peppers. Remember to wear gloves when handeling the peppers. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

    Recipe #182378

    I am able to have my favorite comfort food and have it fit into my eating program. This is so easy to prepare. And with the crockpot, it is all the more comforting to come home to this cooking. I have only cooked this with ground turkey, but I'm sure you could use ground sirloin. This is another recipe from Joanna Lund. I don't know the calories right now, I'm using my hand written copy. Each serving is only 2 Protein, 1/2 Vegetable and 1/2 Starch diabetic exchanges. Posted for my friends at WLB2006.

    Recipe #179742

    These luscious morsels are a pure taste of heaven. I make these quite often, and my 11 year old nephew requests them all the time, and he even knows they are healthy. Once again, a wonderful recipe from Joann Lund. I am posting this for my wonderful friends at WLB2006. Each serving (2 doughnuts) is only 1 Starch Exchange. I don't know the exact calories, but a starch serving is 80 calories. Family and friends won't believe these are healthy. Yes, it is 1 cup and 2 tablespoons of reduced fat Bisquick, computer wouldn't let me put in 1 Cup + 2 tablespoons.

    Recipe #179740

    This recipe was given to me by my mom, who lives in a retirement community and this cake recipe was requested over and over again at potluck functions. I have one baking in the oven right now and it smells heavenly. Please see bottom for variations.

    Recipe #176240

    I'm into banana recipes lately. I just got done making and eating one of these, and I knew I would have to sit down and share it. Right now, I'm anticipating tomorrow when I will have another one. This is another recipe by Joanna Lund. The diabetic exchanges per serving are: 1 1/2 Starch, 1/2 Fruit and 1/2 Fat. Each serving (muffin) is only 137 calories.

    Recipe #171466

    This is a great substitute for Banana Bread. It is very dense and very moist. The portions are very generous. This can also be frozen. This is not a super sweet bread. It satisfies my desire for something different. This recipe is courtesy of Joanna Lund. Each serving is only 158 calories. Diabetic Exchanges are: 1 Starch, 1 Fruit and 1/2 Fat. I cooked mine closer to 65 minutes.

    Recipe #169496

    You won't believe your taste buds once you get a piece of this muffin in your mouth. These are so easy to make, and make a large size muffin. These can be frozen also. This recipe is courtesy of Joanna Lund. Each serving is only 186 calories as posted. I have also substituted applesauce for the vegetable oil, and I use egg substitute. In my oven it took closer to 25 minutes. Diabetic Exchanges per serving: 1 Starch, 1 Fruit and 1 Fat

    Recipe #169493

    These are my favorite go to snack "cake". Each serving fits perfectly in a snack size ziploc, and these freeze beautifully. I put one frozen in my lunch, and when I'm ready for it in the afternoon, it is thawed. Diabetic Exchanges per serving are: 1 Fruit, 1/2 Starch and 1/2 Fat. I am posting the recipe as written, but I always use Splenda. See note at the end of the recipe. Recipe is courtesy of Joanna Lund.

    Recipe #163419

    This is an awesome reduced fat, no sugar added pie that no one would be able to tell it was healthy. I've served this many times to family members and they never knew. Each serving is: 1 Starch, 1 Fruit and 1 Fat. I hope you enjoy this Joanna Lund recipe. (Prep time includes chill time)

    Recipe #163336

    This is a yummy, fluffy and easy pie to prepare. Made with basic ingredients that can be found in any mom and pop grocery store. Each serving is only 221 calories. The diabetic exchanges are: 1 Starch, 1 Fruit and 1 Fat. I'm posting it as written, but I use reduced fat graham cracker crust, and fat free Cool Whip. The nutritional inforamtion is for the pie as posted, not with my changes. Another of my favorites from Joanna Lund.

    Recipe #163326

    I was looking for a lemon poppy seed muffin recipe and only found one. I found this one on I loved the simplicity of the reicipe. I enjoyed them, I hope you do too.

    Recipe #162088

    I first found this recipe on, about 2 years ago and have made it serveral times since. It was submitted by Cathy. It currently has ***** and 288 ratings. I made it this past week for my weekly soup lunch and it was a crowd pleaser.

    Recipe #144710

    I was looking for a quick "dessert" for my soup lunch, and this little recipe was hanging on a clip strip in the baking isle at my grocer. It is so simple to make and fairly inexpensive. I made them on Monday evening, wrapped them up tight after they cooled. Tuesday I cut them and put them in snack size baggies and served them Wednesday with my soup and they were the softest bar cookies I've ever made, but they still held there shape. Everyone that tried them enjoyed them and several people asked for the recipe. This recipe is from Nestle. Please see the end of the recipe for variations that were on the recipe card.

    Recipe #143028

    I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting for ease, since it is on my menu for the next two weeks. This is another recipe from Joanna Lund. Her recipes fit perfectly into the diet program I use. I can't wait to try this. Prep times will be an estimate. Per generous portion is only 285 calories. Diabetic Exchange are: 2 Protein, 1 1/2 Starch and 1 Vegetable.

    Recipe #138923

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