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    Simple and fairly quick recipe for fudge. This is my families favorite fudge recipe.

    Recipe #508158

    All the great taste of classic sloppy joes in an easy pot pie. No one will miss the buns! This is from the Betty Crocker website. The only difference is I don't use Manwich Sauce and the onions and ground beef. Instead I use half of the Ground Turkey Sloppy Joe recipe #302401. My family really loves these!

    Recipe #463700

    Clean and slice the cucumbers, mix ingredients and refrigerate and in a few hours you have pickles. Cooking time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #463066

    This is from a family reunion cookbook. It's very easy and quick to make. The pickles are crisp and tasty. I use a glass gallon jar, and put plastic wrap under the lid, then shake it up. When the sugar is dissolved the pickles are ready! Enjoy! : )

    Recipe #435222

    This is a chocolate cookie baked on a waffle iron. It's a recipe my Grandma sent in for a family cookbook. Grandma said "Children love them." in the cookbook. I'm guessing how many cookies as Grandma didn't list it. Time is estimated on how long it takes to bake the whole batch.

    Recipe #435114

    The original recipe came with my first microwave and was made with ground beef. I made it originally because my Mom was working and I was the oldest and still at home. My Dad loved it and I liked it too when I hadn't really liked meatloaf before. When I got married I made it for my husband and he loved it as well. Then we started eating healthier, so I altered it to ground turkey instead. I've tried to increase this recipe, but for the microwave it doesn't really work. Some people like it made in a convection oven. Keep in mind you have to let the meatloaf stand or it won't be fully cooked.

    Recipe #415167

    This recipe came from a Country Woman Magazine, unfortunately I didn't make note of what issue or who sent it in. You can add one jalapeno, seeded if you want the heat. For some reason it won't show that you can use either sweet red pepper or green pepper. My husband really loves this salsa! Prep and Cooking times are just estimates.

    Recipe #390941

    I probably haven't had this cake for 30 years. My Mom made it up with stuff we had plenty of when we had cows and chickens. I had her tell me the ingredients so we'd have the recipe if we wanted it. When I called her this morning she still had it, after searching a bit. I only remember I really liked it and didn't ususally put frosting on it.

    Recipe #352309

    2 Reviews |  By KatMcC

    This is the best recipe for quick enchiladas that people devour when I make it. It is easy and uses stuff you already have in your house. I like to use 2 cans of chili. I got this recipe off the http://www.eversave.com/eversave/consumers/Recipe.jsp website.

    Recipe #302498

    8 Reviews |  By KatMcC

    I got this recipe from http://www.madsrecipes.com/ website. My husband didn't like the way I made sloppy joes before I tried these. He loves these sloppy joes. I try to make them every month or 2. They have a really good flavor I use the red wine vinegar in mine. For myself because of my gluten problem I serve it open faced on a slice of "Recipe #160607". I also don't use quite as many onions because my family doesn't like them that much. I use about 1/2 to 1 onion depending on the size. Be very careful when serving this, mine comes out very hot! Some have commented that you don't need to make this in the crock pot. I agree, I haven't been making it in the crock pot lately. I half the recipe and use it to make gluten free Sloppy Joe Pot Pie, which is pretty good.

    Recipe #302401

    2 Reviews |  By KatMcC

    You can make this in a bread machine as well as an oven. This was on a box of Krusteaz Zoom, Quick hot cereal. My 6 year old son wanted me to make it, so I made it into rolls, because I knew my DH wouldn't eat it and I can't because of gluten intollerance. So I wanted something that I could stick in the freezer so he could eat it slowly over a period of time. I had to try some even though I knew I shouldn't so I know that they are great!

    Recipe #297245

    2 Reviews |  By KatMcC

    I got this from a magazine, but have altered it some. I use buttermilk powder mixed with water in place of the fresh buttermilk. I wrap the loaves after they are cool to touch in plastic wrap and aluminum foil. That makes it sticky and good otherwise it will be crunchy if you'd rather it be cruchy. This has a lot of sugar but it sure is good!

    Recipe #296440


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