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    A new take on an old favorite - shrimp instead of wings. Cooks up even faster than wings and tastes incredible. Taken from the Redbook magazine.

    Recipe #215039

    These candies/cookies look like little pots, complete with dirt and flowers growing out of them. So cute, especially for any spring time function where there's children.

    Recipe #218881

    Taken from the Light & Tasty Magazine.

    Recipe #241273

    This is a wonderful staple of the Pennsylvania Coal Region. It has the traditional "sweet and sour" taste.

    Recipe #233673

    Another potluck hit! Nice flavor. Recipe is from Taste of Home magazine.

    Recipe #202081

    Nice side dish that compliments almost any main course. Fresh taste and a change from just butter or lemon dressing.

    Recipe #202569

    These hefty grab-and-go sandwiches are speedy to assemble and low in calories. Taken from the Light & Tasty magazine.

    Recipe #203950

    This is the easiest dinner!! One pot, one serving dish...only minutes to prepare AND cook! When corn on the cob is not in season, I simply add a drained can of corn. Leftovers taste even better!! Not sure where I got this recipe, but I have made this dish over and over again and never get tired of it.

    Recipe #200960

    Taken from the California Avocado association website.

    Recipe #277264

    Serve in a green, red or pepper shell for great presentation. Lower fat dip from Better Homes & Gardens "New Dieters Cookbook". Cook time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #202285

    This makes a large batch (12 servings), so you may want to freeze some portions for later! Taken from the Betty Crocker Slow Cooker Cookbook.

    Recipe #255135

    A cream cheese spread decorated to look like a Christmas package. Taken from Family Fun. Note cook time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #268105

    Taken from Light & Tasty. Perfect for fuss-free holiday breakfasts or company. A cinch to put together the night before. Note: This recipe MUST refrigerate overnight (not included in cooking time)

    Recipe #203922

    Nice light tuna sandwiches, served in pita halves. Great for a lighter lunch. Taken from the "Great Tasting Money Saving Meals" cookbook.

    Recipe #214780

    These are superb with soups and salads or as a simple appetizer. Try experimenting with other toppings such as grated parmesan cheese or grated lemon rind. Taken from the Family Circle Cookbook. The easiest way to apply the egg mixture is if you spoon some in the middle and then use a pastry brush to spread it to the edges of the chip...enjoy!

    Recipe #206647

    "These are a 'can't miss' for any dinner! Excellent!"

    Recipe #233671

    Taken from the pages of Light & Tasty magazine, this is a great alternative to the higher fat versions of ranch dressing. Nice on a dinner salad or as a veggie dip.

    Recipe #202006

    Using the lean chicken tender reduced the amuont of fat, as does baking the chicken instead of frying. The blue cheese dip is lower in fat and calories, so this is guilt free snacking! Taken from the Heart Healthy cookbook. Note: prep time includes marinate/refrigeration time. Note: After making these many times, I have found that it is much easier to cook them on the George Foreman after marinading. I'm sure pan frying would work as well. Experiment and enjoy!

    Recipe #202862

    Put a little zip into watermelon cubes. Taken from the zip4tweens website. Cooking time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #217265

    Taken from the "Slow Cooker and More" cookbook.

    Recipe #205227

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