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    I prefer to use chicken breasts - either split or boneless.

    Recipe #474091

    This classic dessert from Austria is a baked meringue topped with fruit (strawberries) and whipped cream. NOT a diet-friendly dessert! :)

    Recipe #474086

    A cute,flour-free cake made in pint jars. Perfect for sharing!

    Recipe #473861

    From Good Morning America courtesy of Valerie Bertinelli.

    Recipe #469797

    I couldn't find self-rising flour at the corner market. Found this on the web. It equals one cup so you can make a bunch and measure out what you need later.

    Recipe #392177

    NOTHING beats real Wisconsin cheese! (OK, so I'm a prejudiced Cheesehead :) ) Given to me by my mom, possibily from a local County Fair, to use up veggies from my garden. HINT: Use your food processor to make quick work of veggies!

    Recipe #389394

    Found in a "Gifts in a Jar" cookbook. Layer dry ingredients in order given, packing down after each addtion, in a wide-mouth quart jar (trust me, it won't fit otherwise =) ). Makes a whole bunch so I froze extras for a fast breakfast. NOTE: Yes it is 1 T. + 1 1/2 t. baking powder.

    Recipe #384755

    Short on time and ingredients, I whipped this together with what I had on hand. It beats Hamburger Helper hands down, even my picky teen had seconds! Didn't think to take a picture until the pan was empty!

    Recipe #324620

    This rub has a little "heat" to it. Use the full amount of chili powder if you like it hot. I serve it with black beans and rice (#90165) and warm cornbread to round out the meal.

    Recipe #216284


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