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    Oniony, cheesy, potato and noodles. Different that other recipes already posted because it uses Velveeta cheese.

    Recipe #117079

    Great Christmas bread and easy to make in the bread machine. If your bread machine has a light cycle, use that instead of the basic cycle. Recipe ripped from an old Woman world magazine

    Recipe #117010

    Thick, garlicky broccoli puree wonderful on pasta. Full of flavor, not a lot of calories.

    Recipe #117005

    Who is Billie, I don't know who she is, but she makes a really nice fruitcake that starts with a cake mix.

    Recipe #116858

    Another no clue where I got this from, maybe from Peter Pan's mother, maybe not. Good way to serve Gefilte Fish for Passover. Serve with horseradish

    Recipe #116853

    Spritz cookies using a cake mix, what a time saver and what a cookie. Yes the recipe does call for both butter and shortening. I always use a yellow cake mix, and you can experiment, but marble is a disaster, trust me on that.

    Recipe #116852

    This is from the Peter Pan era, it used to be my signature bring to a party item. Great, easy, recipe. Really good with Triscuits. Chill time is bake time.

    Recipe #116810

    i don't have a clue where i got this recipe from, actually it is written on a napkin that is disintergrating. Try it, the end results are really good. Oh, yeah, it is easy!

    Recipe #116809

    I got this from a business associate of DH who was raised in Canada. This is her Nana's recipe. A little different that the other Nanaimo bars on the 'zaar because it uses condensed milk. There is no baking envolved. Chill time is cook time.

    Recipe #116808

    I think this is an Heloise recipe. Strange ingredients with an excellent result.

    Recipe #116676

    I hate beets, but for some weird reason, I like this soup. Serve chilled with a dollop of sour cream. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #116673

    easy recipe, delicious topped with minced jalapenos, jack cheese and sour cream. I usually serve it with corn bread or muffins and a green salad.

    Recipe #116672

    This is another old recipe on crumbled yellow newspaper. I used to make it all the time because it is easy to make and uses normal household staples. Try it!

    Recipe #116670

    We love corn and this recipe is easy, rich and luscious.

    Recipe #116671

    I made this dip for the reception for Stephanie's Bat Mitvah in 1983 and just found the recipe card again. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #116665

    I found this recipe on another web site and boy, is it ever good. I love these little bites of dynamite! The cheese does neutralize some of the fire, but not a lot! Bake time is chill time.

    Recipe #116663

    Similar to a Canadian Nanaimo bar, but this recipe uses a package of instant vanilla pudding instead of custard powder which is not to easy to find in the U.S. Chill time is bake time. Yes the margarine is listed in 3 places.

    Recipe #116657

    This recipe is one that I do not eat, but DH loves beets, so I make for him. From a Heloise column, if you love beets you'll probably love this recipe.

    Recipe #116656

    This a real oldie but goodie from a Pillsbury Bake Off Contest. I am shocked that it has not been posted before. All of my kids loved them because the marshmallow vanished during the baking and also because they were delicious.

    Recipe #116655

    I have no clue who Zelda is, but she makes a mean fettucine with a incredible sauce that tastes like boursin cheese. To make it a bit healthier, you can use low fat sour cream. If you make it, you will love it. Sauce can also be used over steamed broccoli or cauliflower.

    Recipe #116652

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