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    Different from the other recipes because it uses Mrs. Butterworth's Syrup instead of plain Karo. I found this recipe in a cookbook I bought from a Montana Amish (Yes we have Amish in Montana!) Kitchen/Diner called The Dinnerbell Bakery and Banquets Cook Book. Seriously sinful this spread usually doesn't make it to the bread or pancakes. And of course it makes a HUGE batch, after all it IS an Amish recipe. This is probably where they get the saying "Taste makes Waist".

    Recipe #292435

    Great for nibbling or for recipes! I use this recipe in my Murder in Montana desert. Chocolate is optional. Personally I don't add it, as we enjoy it better plain. I got this from my Gram when over 10 years ago and have it and use it off of the napkin I wrote it on! Ive tried it using all margerine and all butter but the best results come from a stick of each.

    Recipe #329921

    Making marshmallows sounds intimidating, but its actually really simple and fun. Something to experiment with on a rainy day. These are great to substitute for smores! Enjoy!

    Recipe #304752

    French dressing is a proportion thing (at least the way I like it) Ive measured it this time around so you can make it for yourself. Hope You like it. It makes a little more than 1 1/2 cups, approximately 13 oz.

    Recipe #312700

    I took a couple of the best rated Sloppy Joe recipe's here on Zaar and combined them and tweaked them to my families liking. My husband was very very pleased. The servings say 4-6, but I am also serving small children and one is enough for them as the bread fills them up too, so take that into consideration. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #282066

    I got this recipe from a ranch friend in Wyoming, but I think it originally came from a company promoting something. This recipe makes an 8x10-inch dish, but can easily be doubled or even tripled.

    Recipe #218041

    Came across this recipe in one of my Grandmothers old recipe books. It makes one of the softest, yet not sticky doughs I have ever worked with. This is THE ONLY dough I will use for my cinnamon rolls, and fruit rolls.

    Recipe #217841


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