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    I adapted this recipe from Eating Well magazine. This dish can be easily prepared anytime of year you are craving BBQ. Leave out or adjust the jalapenos according to you tolerance to spice.

    Recipe #315661

    This was a last minute creation I made when trying to use up some hamburger that was about to overstay its welcome in my fridge. This is a great comfort food!

    Recipe #352962

    I got the idea for a stuffed meatloaf from Shaye on the site; however, as mine evolved it became a whole different animal (or loaf if you will). I have to give Shaye credit for the technique!

    Recipe #355252

    This was inspired by a broccoli cheese stuffed potato recipe I found, but it seemed to be a little labor intensive, so I decided it would work better as pizza. This is an original "sbera007" creation! We were serving 6 so we let our dough rise so it would spread into a jelly roll pan. If using a store bought dough, I would double the dough. Feel free to half the topping for 4 people and use a single store bought dough. Halving the recipe will alter the cooking time a little bit. (NOTE: I included the time for the dough to rise in the recipe time. This will be different if you use a different pizza crust).

    Recipe #386219

    The difference in this pizza is the homemade sauce. Feel free to add bacon or experiment with the cheese. Enjoy! My prep time includes time for the crust to rise.

    Recipe #405431

    My take on green bean casserole.

    Recipe #444578

    This is a healthier version of Alfredo. If you want it a little thicker, reduce the half and half to 3/4 or 1/2 cup. The Parmigiano-Reggiano is the secret to this great tasting alfredo. Feel free to add garlic salt or fresh garlic.

    Recipe #417462

    I came up with this recipe while stuck at home during the first ice storm of the year. I suggest garnishing with sharp cheddar and tortilla chips. It is definitely comfort food.

    Recipe #269355

    This is a very easy dish I made by throwing together ingredients I had lying around the house. It can be jazzed up by replacing the cheddar with pepper jack cheese. I also like to boil pickled jalepenos with my potatoes to infuse them with spice. This makes a great side dish or make it a meal by adding ground turkey or chicken.

    Recipe #216270

    I received this recipe years ago from a woman in one of my education classes. Since then I have been making them every year for my Christmas cookies plate. Note: If made as follows, expect a very thin crispy cookie. I usually add 1/3 cup of flour to make the cookies a little chewier. Either way, they taste great!!!!!

    Recipe #346996

    These cookies were always my favorite growing up. They are a light crispy sugar cookie that melts in your mouth! I make these every year to remind me of Grandma.

    Recipe #347542

    This a very yummy and little bit different take on scalloped corn. It was the only way I would eat corn growing up. I have also made this in the crock pot. Cook on low 4 hours or high 2 hours.

    Recipe #444575

    My boyfriend is crazy about stuffing and I have tried to find as many ways as possible to incorporate it into dinner. This is great for a weeknight dinner or can be doubled and used for a holiday dinner.

    Recipe #347146

    I originally got this idea watching Aaron McCargo on the food network. Of course, his were fried and I am trying to watch my weight. After a few attempts, I have come up with this super easy baked version. I figured out the nutrition facts for four servings, including chips, and it comes out to about 295 calories and 10 grams of fat per serving (approximately 2.5 strips).

    Recipe #375603

    This is one of my bf favorite dishes with a healthy twist. We did the math and this ends up about 380 per serving (2 stuffed noodles). Enjoy sans guilt!

    Recipe #374668

    A guilt free way to enjoy a comfort food classic. Makes great spaghetti and meatball sandwiches. You could even make them a little smaller and use on a pizza or in a calzone. This is 152 calories per serving:)

    Recipe #377621

    I originally got this recipe from Eating Well magazine. It was a baked beans and sausage dish. We were making bbq chicken on the grill, so I figured why not try it without the sausage. My bf said it was way better than the original recipe, so I thought I should post it. Feel free to experiment with the beans. I have made it with white kidneys beans and it is still yummy. If you are watching your weight this is a great, easy to prepare side dish for the summer months! Note: Make sure to rinse the beans it will cut down the sodium in this dish, so don't be afraid of the nutrition facts. I don't think recipezaar takes into account rinsing the beans when it figures the nutrition information.

    Recipe #371568

    An original creation that is too good to lose! I hope you enjoy it. I chopped my veggies in a mini food processor to save time and ensure they were finely chopped.

    Recipe #411092

    This recipe is so close to my heart. When I was young, I refused to eat my other Grandmother's banana bread because it wasn't like Grandma Joyce's. When I went off to college, my Grandma mailed me a loaf every couple weeks. (I even fell down my dorm stairs one time rushing down to pick up my package containing banana bread.) It has been six years or so since she passed. Now, when I miss her terribly, I bake loaf after loaf of her bread and give it away to share the joy I felt every time I received her special packages.

    Recipe #311552

    Finally, a moist delicious turkey burger! I cooked the vegetables before mixing them in, but they can just as easily be added raw. Also, don't worry if a lot of the cheese runs out; it is mostly used to add fat to the turkey to avoid the dry turkey burger many of us are used to.

    Recipe #308961

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