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    If you are looking for a chocolate treat that is pretty healthy look no more! This treat has no sugar and just a small amount of honey. The fats are healthy ones and we know that cocoa has a lot of health benefits also. This does have calories, but it only makes 10 so you will want to ration them out!

    Recipe #496394

    I had blueberries that I wanted to use, but also wanted to be healthy. I looked at Carole Rue's recipe as a go by, but I had so many changes that I wanted to try that I decided to submit my own. I had bought coconut oil at the health food store and wanted to use it along with ground up oatmeal. They are not as sweet as many of the muffins so I had to prepare my husband, but I thought they were good and I knew that they were better for us.

    Recipe #480840

    Our good friend, Sandy Miller, made this salad when we were staying with them. I was surprised to see that peanut brittle was in the salad, but my husband and I were claiming that it was the best salad that we had ever eaten with the very first bite! We said that it might have been because we had not had any sweets since we had given them up for Lent, but we have had this salad many times since then and it is always a pleaser. The dressing is outstanding and I have made many variations using the dressing. I will say that peanut brittle is sometimes hard to get and I have substituted a peanut butter crunch that I found at one of our Kroger's. The recipe calls for 1 can of french fried onion rings, but that won't go through so I am putting the 3 oz bag and you can put on for the amount of salad. Also the original recipe called for a box of peanut brittle, but I just put some in a baggie and crushed it with a rolling pin. It makes a lot of dressing and when I make it for just my husband and I we can usually have 2 -3 salads from the 1 recipe.

    Recipe #378936

    I had heard about this cake from Terry and she went on and on about how easy and how good it was. She said just sprite zero and a cake mix made a great cake. I googled sprite zero cake and found a website for these cupcakes with only 2 egg whites added. I bought a white cake mix and the sprite zero and the cupcakes were wonderful. They were good without icing, but my family likes icing so I bought a can of icing and when I figured out how much went on each cupcake the cupcake was only about 170 calories. The reviewers on this recipe also recommend cherry coke zero and chocolate cake and other variations. A real treat with no oil or egg yolks.

    Recipe #326061

    My friend, Patty Urbanski, made this while I was visiting her. I loved it so much that I chose to have it for breakfast every morning that I was there and made it the day after I got home from the trip. It might start out as a typical apple bread, but the topping sets this one apart. She keeps it in the refrigerator and while she always warmed her piece up in the microwave, I ate mine cold. It is so nice that it makes 2 loaves since hubby doesn't frown when you take one of the loaves to a friend.

    Recipe #303934

    I have always liked pimento cheese sandwiches. It is probably because when I was in elementary school whenever we had soup we had pimento cheese sandwiches. I have always made a simple one, but when I saw this recipe I wanted to try it. It is great on sandwiches and also on crackers as an appetizer. The original recipe said not to use preshredded cheese for this spread, but I have and it is still good.

    Recipe #290243

    I had not thought about apricots for a long time, but we had an apricot dish when a group that I belong to ate at the Woodford Reserves for our Christmas celebration. Their apricots did have bourbon and were delicious and a little different than the usual casseroles. I thought I would be able to see their recipe on line, but could not find it. I did find a couple sites that talked about this southern dish. They compared the apricots and ham to cranberries and turkey. I tried it out for a brunch that I was having and found them to be very good. Even my DH who turned up his nose, but thought that he should try them really did like them.

    Recipe #277445

    This is our version of the Pampered Chef recipe. We like it better than the cold taco dips.

    Recipe #275057

    My neighbor brought this over after my dad passed away and it was so good. It was great to have on hand and people just warmed up what they needed. Since then I have taken it to soup days at school and served it many times. Everyone always asks for the recipe.

    Recipe #262282

    I got this recipe when we lived in Decatur, AL from the Cotton Country Cookbook. Their description: "Allowing for one or two possible exceptions, there is nothing as delicious as fresh pecan halves, toasted in butter and salted. A bowlful on the coffee table before dinner;a silver nut dish full at a tea; containers scattered around at a big cocktail party; a dish of pecans on your Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner tables -all speak eloquently of Southern hospitality." And besides my husband loves them!

    Recipe #254499

    My neighbor, Lorie brought this over after my dad passed away. We all loved it and I have given this recipe out many times. I took it to a soup day at Briarwood School and had to email the recipe to the whole faculty.

    Recipe #254497

    This was one of my dad's favorite recipes. Mom would triple and quadruple this because he ate more than his share of the meatballs if they were having company.

    Recipe #209051

    I have looked at many no bake recipes, but the one that my family makes was given to me by my babysitter, Mrs. Poole. It has always been a favorite. Since it doesn't have as many oats as some of the recipes it is important to cook it enough. Jenny's always come out perfect, but I do better if I cook in a big skillet ( I think it cooks more area at one time).

    Recipe #209053

    I saw this recipe in a magazine ad for cool whip and Driscoll's berries. I have made it with frozen blueberries and raspberries. I have also made it for diabetics using sugar free jello and splenda. It is a very cool and light dessert for summer.

    Recipe #209050

    We have local bakery that makes a small cookie like this with a little icing in the middle. Everyone loves them, but 1 dozen very small cookies is around $3.00. I made these and just change the color of the icing depending on the season or event.

    Recipe #209043

    We love potato soup at our house. Since this one starts with the frozen hash browns, there are no potatoes to peel. Sometimes I save the bacon and use it as a garnish. Just serve it the way your family likes it best.I found this soup in a cookbook that I was reading one night. If you decide to add more potatoes (the bag holds more than 4 cups) just be sure to add more water.

    Recipe #208121

    This is a great fruit salad that doesn't need in season fruit! It is pretty and I have served it for brunches. If you use a little of the maraschino juice, it is a pink color. I got this recipe online when I was searching for an easy and different fruit salad.

    Recipe #206752

    Jenny found this recipe when she was babysitting. Our whole family is a fan of chocolate and peanut butter. I took it to a potluck at school and it was so well liked that they had me make 2 for the next faculty meeting. It is rich, but the calories are worth it!

    Recipe #206729

    Although I don't drink that often, I did really like this drink. My sister-in-law, Tandy, served it at a family affair. I have made it for our girls night out on Donna's houseboat and now Donna usually keeps it on hand in her freezer.

    Recipe #206635

    This is from the cake doctor. There was another one posted that had changed it, but the first time I made this I couldn't think of any changes I would make. I got this recipe from Shelly who I taught kindergarten with and all of the chocolate lovers in our group were smiling when she brought this to our gatherings. I have baked this in the bundt pan and some of the icing goes into the hole giving each piece a little bit of fudge. I used my Lady Ann pan and put all of the icing in the indention making it decadent and impressive.

    Recipe #206634

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