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    I got this particular recipe from Kid Cooking- A very Slightly Messy Manual (Kidz Klutz Press). It's a doozy. I've had people tell me they'd go into a diabetic coma for just one more. They're good. They're EASY.

    Recipe #344503

    I tried some of the other sugar free strawberry jam recipes I've found, but they all seemed to contain a box of sugarfree strawberry Jell- O. I like jello, but I prefer a bit of a softer feel to my jam. So, I mussed around until I came up with one I like. You can try it out, and please let me know if something in it just doesn't sit right with you. I included the time it takes to can it properly. If you're just slapping it into mason jars, it won't take this long. *PLEASE NOTE* I don't like a super sweet jam. If you do, add more substitute, up to I'd say around 6 cups, or even half and half with REAL sugar. Also, cut down the lemon if you like it sweeter.

    Recipe #432759

    My step dad ALWAYS made me a spice cake for my birthday, with a caramel over it. I can't eat enough of this to make me 13 again, but it helps with turning 30 too early.

    Recipe #429814

    This is the "icing" for the birthday spice cake from my childhood. It's the only reason I still admit to having a birthday. To get this cake/ icing combo out of my dad.

    Recipe #429815

    I know, I know, traditional 'Shepard's pie' is made with lamb. I don't like lamb. So technically, this is called 'Cottage Pie'. Make it with lamb if you prefer. But that's gross. I guess you could also use a mixture of pork, beef and lamb. I mostly just use beef. Sometimes I add fried panceta, but that's just me. I say this is a "Canadian" dish. It's a British Isles/ Scottish thing. But I'm Canadian, so I'm stealing credit for my home team. My kids love this. I love how easy it is to make, freeze, reheat and eat. I might make five of them at once and pop them into the freezer for fast meals on cool nights. Also, I like mashed potatoes. A lot. The 'prep' time is how long it takes me to peel potatoes and chop an onion. The cooking time is from the time the onion hits the pan until the whole deal is out of the oven.

    Recipe #446934

    My husband is a cheesecake fiend. An absolute fiend. He loves cheesecake. I love to bake. But, his favourite is the nobake cheesecake his mom used to make for him as a child. I can never find the correct recipe- UNTIL NOW. My sister in law finally gave up the recipe and I'm leaving it here for posterity (also so I can find it again).

    Recipe #481077

    These cookies are so easy, I've been making them since I was 6 years old. My aunt is a professional baker, and gave me the recipe as a child. I still use, and now my kids do too. One bowl, one fork, one pan and a set of measure cups and spoons. - Note- Yes, these dooo flatten quite a bit, but I've also noticed that if there's even a teaspoon too much butter, or a bit less baking soda that happens, so when I mix the sugars into the butter, if the mix has any extra butter in it, I try to either drain it off, or spoon it out.... or I add more B.soda.... Seems to help a bit.

    Recipe #218256

    This is a perfect pie crust recipe for anyone to use. You CAN NOT screw it up, it will work every time, and you will love it. I refuse to allow you to fail.

    Recipe #429809

    This is a bit more time consuming than most, but it's delicious. And since it's so good, you'll likely feel like making everyday for a week the first time you try it. I recommend buying quite a bit of cheese, and extra tomatoes.

    Recipe #429812

    Obviously a peanut butter/ chocolate chip/ bacon cookie. Found this recipe in the Food Network.com magazine. Haven't tried it yet, but am planning to for Father's Day. If anyone tries this, PLEASE post your reviews (that way I'll know how it turns out. :D ).

    Recipe #458806

    This is a REAL pleaser. I love it. My kids love it. It's fantastic. And, most of all, it looks hard, and requires nothing more than a blender, a bowl, and a pan of oil.

    Recipe #218311

    If you live in Winnipeg, this is the way you want your perogies to taste, look, feel etc. I've tried so many other recipes, and not one of them does the trick with my family. This one is fool proof. You'll need a night to let it rest though, so make it for dinner tomorrow.

    Recipe #429852


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