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    These muffins are really easy make and don't taste as sweet as some. The recipe says it makes 36 but I usually get about 22 out of this recipe.

    Recipe #452576

    Perfect for Easter or anytime you are baking a ham, this ham is delicious. I am not a huge fan of chutney but together with the other ingredients, it works well. I use a spiral ham as called for and it doesn't dry out at all.

    Recipe #452573

    Cute, lemony cupcakes. These are easy to make since they start with a cake mix. The recipe makes 24 regular cupcakes or 48 mini cupcakes. I usually use Dickinson's Lemon Curd.

    Recipe #451549

    This recipe may be a little more labor intensive to make than the usual green bean casserole but it's so worth it. I love the fresh green beans and the cheese! I always use more mushrooms than called for just because I love them!

    Recipe #451544

    This shrimp recipe is wonderful -- and that is saying something coming from me because I am not a big fan of spicy. It is NOT that spicy, in fact DH did not even come close to breaking a sweat which is how he gauges how spicy something is. You can always cut down on the amount of red pepper flakes if you want.

    Recipe #451410

    One of the things I really like about stir-fry is that you can add or subtract whatever vegetables you like and it still tastes great. It’s such a great way to use up those veggies in your fridge, so please, use whatever you have on hand. All of these veggies can be found year-round so it’s easy to make whenever you are in the mood.

    Recipe #451408

    Another one of those recipes that you can change up to fit your likes -- including using a different bread. It's almost a meal in itself but goes well with pasta and beef and it's definitely NOT low calorie. I found the recipe in a community cookbook a few years ago.

    Recipe #451346

    This recipe is very easy to make and goes with just about any main dish. Feel free to use what ever kind of mushroom you like best.

    Recipe #451345

    This is a really easy recipe that you change up any way you want it. If the pieces were cut small, this would also be great for tailgating or parties. I found that a really sharp knife cuts through the layers better than a pizza cutter. I make mine a little different than the recipe states -- I cooked my chicken using recipe #234465, then I put the cut-up chicken and the can of tomatoes and chilies in a saucepan and just let it simmer on low heat for a bit. It worked really well. I also used shredded taco cheese instead of the cheddar and American cheese. I place the tortillas side-by-side on a cookie sheet. After baking, I stuck them under the broiler for a minute or two to crisp up the top. I really think these make more than 4 servings -- more like 6 or so.

    Recipe #451316

    I LOVE horseradish anything and these wings are very good. I don't always like much heat but these are flavorful and not spicy hot. There is no afterburn either which I like. If you like things spicy, add more Tabasco. The recipe came from a book called Championship Barbecue.

    Recipe #451309

    This is such a simple appetizer but packs loads of flavor. It's a huge hit at both parties and family meals. I found the original recipe in a community cookbook and it's become a party staple. Prep time does not include time to let the filling cool.

    Recipe #451211

    This recipe is really an old fashioned kind of cookie. It’s really easy to prepare and you can even freeze the dough for a month or two before baking. The cookies also freeze well after baking. I usually sub Splenda sugar and brown sugar for the regular and they come out a little on the dry side but still very good. I used the zest of a whole lemon and the juice from a big lemon -- nice and lemony. You can add in chopped nuts, coconut, poppy seeds, etc., when mixing the dough. Perfect for summer or for a Christmas cookie tray.

    Recipe #451208

    I found this recipe in a Cooking Light cookbook and after I made it, added it to my pile of keeper recipes. It is really easy to make and while it may not be traditional chicken parm, it always satisfies my cravings. I used the whole jar of pasta sauce just because I like things saucy but you can use whatever amount you like OR you can use your own homemade sauce.

    Recipe #451206

    This recipe is really versatile. It's easy to leave out the chicken or change up the vegetables. I usually leave out the chicken and serve it with salsa chicken or something similar. For the diced green chili peppers, use fire roasted if you can find them.

    Recipe #451205

    This is my go-to recipe when I want to make oven fries. It's full of flavor and the hardest thing about it is cutting up the potatoes, which you can leave unpeeled to make it even easier.

    Recipe #451202

    If you like spicy, you'll love these. I use 2 really huge baking potatoes cut into wedges with the same amounts of sauce ingredients. These can be used as a side dish or as an appetizer.

    Recipe #332725

    These little gems are very easy to make. I started baking this recipe when my kids were in elementary school and they loved those mini brownies that you can buy 5 to package (Hostess, I think) in their lunch boxes. I didn't like buying them so I found this recipe and the rest is history. I have never gotten 40 muffins out of this recipe -- more like 32. I don't always put a nut on the top of the brownie bites. I used pecans in the picture because that's what I had -- use your favorite nut.

    Recipe #316877

    These squares are easy to make and delicious. I found the recipe on the info that came with a new baking pan I bought recently.

    Recipe #311343

    A great side for any barbecued meat. I find it easier to lift the onion slices from the grill by using 2 spatulas -- one on top and one underneath. It helps to keep the onions from separating. The onion slices must marinate for about 8 hours before grilling so plan ahead. The recipe comes from Southern Living.

    Recipe #304068

    Perfect for dipping your chicken tenders. I don't think this is as sweet as some dips with honey. The recipe comes from Southern Living.

    Recipe #301903

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