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    This recipe is so easy! Five ingredients! *I haven't perfected it yet but here are a few things I've done so far: *After adding the half-and-half, I add a little water mixed with skim milk in the empty half-and-half container and pour into the soup and then heat it. Or you can add a pint of water if you wish. This just dilutes the soup so that it isn't soo rich when using just the half-and-half. *I use almost all of a 16 oz. jar of Cheese Whiz instead of 8 oz. *Just a hint when grocery shopping, I found that Hormel's bacon bits no longer come in a glass jar but they now come in package form. Also, I wasn't exactly sure how many ounces the package is so I guessed.

    Recipe #347473

    This cheesecake is a croud-pleaser. I am constantly requested to bring this to get-togethers & every single time I leave with an empty dish! If you want to add a gourmet touch, drizzle carmel over the cake before you refrigerate & add some chocolate shavings.

    Recipe #203493

    This is a great soup that you can throw together on a night when you don't really feel like cooking. You can leave out the tomatoes if you want and you can also substitute the fresh basil for a little bit of dried basil to taste. I imagine you could add some cooked chicken too if you wanted. Don't put the cheese on top until right before you eat it otherwise the cheese will get soggy. I hope you enjoy this and let me know what you think!

    Recipe #203307

    My cousin gave this recipe to me in a cookbook she made for my wedding gift. When I got married I didn't know how to cook anything but this is super easy to make and my husband still loves it! I leave out the chives because my husband doesn't like them. And I also use more black pepper than the recipe calls for. I like more in the sauce mixture & more on top of the chicken. Sometimes I have to use more than one slice of bacon to wrap the chicken if it's big.

    Recipe #203108

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