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    This is my families favorite stuffed jalapeño pepper recipe. The length of time the peppers are baked changes the degree of spice the peppers will have. The cooking time is for mild, shorter bake times will result in spicier peppers. These can also be frozen before dipping in egg and bread crumbs for use at a later date. Let thaw completely before breading.

    Recipe #247287

    I got this recipe from the Cake Mix Miracles cookbook. I love Italian Cream Cake but hate the time it takes to make it. This is very close to the real thing but much easier! The serving amount is a guess...just depends on how big the slices you cut are. The cooking (passive) time to make includes the baking and cooling times but not the chill time.

    Recipe #235208

    4 Reviews |  By Kritty

    I absolutely love this dip! I got it from the Olive Garden website.

    Recipe #235027

    My brother had a dish similar to this at a restaurant and said it was horrible and he could do a better job...so this is his version.

    Recipe #234237

    I made this dish for a wedding reception and it was a huge hit. This recipe can be altered to taste by adding or reducing the amount of cheddar cheese, garlic and parmesan cheese. This dish can also be frozen before baking (best if vacuum sealed) then let thaw and bake according to directions.

    Recipe #232906

    1 Reviews |  By Kritty

    I got this recipe from a woman I worked with in Germany (not sure where she originally got it). I am posting it the way she wrote out the recipe but she also gave me some variations. You can substutite strawberry cake mix for the white mix and you can use fresh strawberries instead of frozen (which I prefer). If you substitute the fresh strawberries for the frozen you don't have to store the cake in the freezer, the refrigerator is fine.

    Recipe #229598

    My favorite baked bean recipe.

    Recipe #226562

    Great potluck or party food. Either serve alone or with rolls for a super BBQ meatball sandwich. Freezes well!!

    Recipe #226560

    1 Reviews |  By Kritty

    I got this recipe from a friend (not sure where it came from originally). Great finger food for get togethers! To save time I sometimes substitute Real Bacon Bits (found in the salad dressing section of the grocery store)

    Recipe #216696

    This is a great pie for a potluck! The lady I got it from didn't know where it came from (she got it from someone else also).

    Recipe #212182

    1 Reviews |  By Kritty

    I got this recipe from a woman my mother works with. It is a great dessert for the hot summer months. The last time I served this I set up an ice cream sunday buffet (chopped nuts, sprinkles, cool whip, cherries, etc...) and let everyone add their own toppings.

    Recipe #208833

    I'm not sure where this recipe originally came from but I got it from a friend of mine while living in Germany. The raspberries add a little extra zing to your normal tiramisu.

    Recipe #208397

    1 Reviews |  By Kritty

    My grandma used to make this after every holiday with the leftover turkey and broth. It's a great way to use up the turkey when you are tired of sandwiches! This recipe can also be altered to your taste by adding veggies other than listed or more of the veggies you like and less of the ones you don't. It also freezes well, if using out of the freezer be sure to heat to boiling before adding biscuits and baking, otherwise the biscuits will stay soggy on the bottom.

    Recipe #208244

    I make these every year and add them to the candy/cookie baskets that I give to family and friends during the holidays. They are usually one of the first to be eaten. If you have kids this is a recipe that is easy enough that they can help out!

    Recipe #208210

    I goofed and accidentally posted this recipe twice...under this name and under Strawberry Fudge Truffle Cake...OOPS! Either way it's a great cake!

    Recipe #208194


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