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    This is from the December 2009 issue of First Magazine. They look beautiful! Total time does not include time to chill.

    Recipe #402300

    I'm so not sure where I got this one, but I made it tonight and wanted to share. Posted by request after asking about freezing it. The suggestion was to prep it and put it in a freezer bag, flatten it out, double bag and then thaw before baking. I added a little bit of oats and some shredded motz. just for kicks and then served it with a gravy dish of marinara, steamed broccoli, and garlic bread. :)

    Recipe #393912

    A variation on spicy ground beef soup- http://www.recipezaar.com/Spicy-Ground-Beef-and-Vegetable-Soup-162874 Not really spicy, but well spiced. The original was in Prevention Magazine, posted by Acerast.

    Recipe #391865

    From Fix it and Forget About It

    Recipe #391577

    I put this together using ingredients I had on hand. I served it with green beans with almonds and crescent rolls. My family thoroughly enjoyed it. You can use cooked chicken from a previous meal if you have some on hand, but this was a day before grocery day.

    Recipe #388108

    Here's a recipe that I found online and wanted to try. It was originally written using split chicken breasts, but I changed it by using boneless skinless chicken. It worked out extremely well and has become one of mine and my family's favorite healthy chicken recipes.

    Recipe #388107

    From quick and simple magazine. This recipe just can't get any better. I left out the mushrooms for my son and put in 3 large carrots instead. I'm in awe as my family hardly ever likes anything without cheese.

    Recipe #333267

    This shows a great use of leftovers! Dorothy (Derf) made the recipe I have posted for Mediteranean Chicken and with the leftovers, she came up with this incredible soup. Here's the recipe to make it the way that she did. Thanks, Dorothy, for a new way to enjoy this healthy dish!

    Recipe #328100

    I like to mix up everything for a pot pie or casserole in the am so that all I have to do is bake it when it's time for dinner. Well, occasionally, I don't get it into the oven soon enough, no lie. Ha! So, tonight, I found out that I could speed it up successfully. It's the easy way out, all around, I think, but we need those sometimes.

    Recipe #325973

    Ahhhh, I just had to put my zaar name on this one. I finally came up wtih one heck of a recipe, in my opinion and wanted to share it. One night, I was tired of measuring stuff out and trying to find a new way to cook my fish, so I combined some of my favorite flavors and came up with this. I'm thinking I may add a bit of ground red pepper to it too for a bit of a bite. Added: thanks for the great reviews!!! A note, I haven't used the dry garlic lately, as I'm really enjoying the freshly minced. I did try elephant garlic, because I got a ton of it free from a local farmer and it turned out much milder, but I liked it better with regular ol' garlic!

    Recipe #324981

    Another jambalaya adapted for my family altered from Recipe #41705. My family prefers turkey cutlets to chicken when they are available. My family couldn't handle the heat of the tabasco and my father is allergic to shrimp, so here's what I've come up with. Thanks, Inez, for allowing me to post it!

    Recipe #320253

    I found this on about.com, but using another type of fish. I love orange roughy so I used it. It was DELICIOUS and SOOOO simple! I didn't put very much pepper on mine as I typcially don't use a lot of it, but I ended up adding a fair amount at the table and it enhanced the flavor a lot.

    Recipe #317189

    This is something that my 6 year old and I have just discovered as a terrific treat for after school. I never really grew up fully, because I too look forward to that after school snack. There are so many different directions that this recipe can be taken, but this is by far our favorite. My son is the kid who, if I make him smoothies or another healthy snack, he says, "You know what this needs, mommy? It needs chocolate!" but he doesn't say that with this. :D

    Recipe #299277

    I got this from the Laura's beef site. It's the only ground beef that I buy and have always had really good luck with it. These little meatloaves are perfect. This says that it serves 6, but with a side salad and some green peas, my son and I were only able to eat 1 1/2 each before we were full. Turns out to be even better on a sandwich with some lettuce and mushrooms.

    Recipe #299093

    I found this recipe on the Betty Crocker site and decided to give it a whirl. I changed things around just a tad, but nothing monumental. The original recipe called for salsa, but all I had was picante sauce, which turned out to be terrific! The squash, while perfect for my taste, turns out very soft. My son said, "Mommy, can eat just the squash?" High marks for the kid who complained as I was cutting it for the dish.

    Recipe #294721

    A healthier way to get a chocolate fix. Of course, there's no exciting sugar rush and company may not write lengthy letters home about them, but hey, those jeans will thank you for skipping DQ! :)

    Recipe #294117

    This is definitely a work in progress. Don't make this unless you're wanting to find ways to improve it.

    Recipe #290026

    I was checking out recipe# 193216 and made some changes according to my family's tastes and what I had on hand. This is the finished product which turned out beautifully and has my family looking forward to the next time we have it! I used the paprika on mine, but I'm sure that the cheddar on top would be divine for those not watching calories as closely.

    Recipe #289649

    I stumbled across this recipe here on zaar, originally posted by Bev. Recipe #54393. It's delicious with the paprika, so be sure to try it both ways. By cooking the rice a little before mixing it in, the rice comes out very tender and creamy. Hope you enjoy and thanks, Bev, for the great recipe!

    Recipe #284771

    Here's my absolute comfort food! Other than the bisquick, it adds a lot of vitamins and fills you up. I took a few recipes from here and from my past cooking experiences and combined them to make a final product. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #284328

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