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    A very simple home made tomato soup, especially if you use a hand blending stick. I made my husband try it, he said "Don't be offended if I don't like it.. I think I'll eat the whole bowl" Even my son liked it especially when sprinkled with fresh parmesean cheese. Makes 4 large servings, would be wonderful served with grilled cheese sandwiches.

    Recipe #281679

    I got this recipe at one of my WW meetings. It's really tasty at only 3 point per serving.

    Recipe #243003

    I usually make these in tart shells. It's been awhile since I've made them so I can't remember how many it makes. My friend calls these Tarte au Sucre. They are very nice with ice cream, whipped cream or just plain.

    Recipe #240838

    I took my daughter to the doctor one day, she was sick and dehydrated. The doctor gave me this recipe for her, saying it does the same thing as pedialyte with out the expense. He also said this is what he uses when his kids are sick. Furthermore ginger ale has too much sugar. It causes other problems making children dehydrate even more. My daughter didn't mind the taste and it seamed to be soothing on her stomach. The only suggestion I'll make is to make sure the orange juice isn't really acidic. I just had to post it so I didn't lose it.

    Recipe #236811

    My husband found this somewhere online when my daughter was born. I was so tired and with 2 children in diapers at home, it was all I could do to keep the kids fed. He started to learn how to cook to help me out. Bless his heart for trying, but to my surprise his chili turned out better than mine. In the garbage went my recipe. When he made it a second time I told him he didn't need to rinse or drain the kidney beans. Well I ruined it, it turned out mushy. That's when he started with, "dad's chili is better than mom's". That's ok I'm the one who usually makes it nowadays. I change it some I mostly use this as a guideline to make chili now. I add about 2 tsp of chili powder, 2 large cloves of garlic and reduce the kidney beans to two cans. Sometime I leave out the corn and add mushrooms and green peppers instead for a more traditional chili. I make mine mild because of the kids, but serve it with a bottle of hot sauce so everyone can adjust their own heat. This recipe freezes well, so I usually make a double batch. I had to post this recipe just as my husband found it that way if my husband wants to make it, it's right here for him. I usually serve this with recipe#231244

    Recipe #235606

    I don't like my cornmeal muffins to be really crunchy, so I warmed up the milk and let the cornmeal soak. I ended up with a muffin that's crispy on the outside and just the right texture on the inside. These tasted just like the ones I first made in home ec. class. If you like the idea of cornmeal muffins but not the texture (gritty) these are for you. They are for us.

    Recipe #231244

    These are not your ordinary peanut butter cups. The filling is creamy, smooth and oh so good. I was looking for a recipe close to what I could get at Rocky Mountain Chocolate before they changed the recipe and ruined them. While making buckeyes I got the inspiration to try. I find buckeyes too sweet and they don't have as big a peanut butter flavor as I was craving. This is what I came up with. Close in my opinion but then again it's been nearly 7 years since I had one from Rocky Mountain Chocolate. But these sure do fill the void. These are meant to be rich and decadent. The use of silicon cups makes it much easier to coat with chocolate than paper would be. When you peel back the silicon, you're left with a perfect beautiful rippled cup. It leaves you thinking "did I really make these". I experimented with the chocolate. I preferred milk chocolate to semi sweet chocolate chips. I used Belgian fondue chocolate (comes in wafers), it melted easier and smoother than chocolate chips. The chips melted in your hands fast and was a little more messy to eat. I also preferred regular peanut butter to light. It gave me the consistency I desired. But use what you like. Makes 12 but you might want to share one with a friend, or maybe not!

    Recipe #230137

    I've been having a craving for peanut butter and chocolate thought I'd try these. This was a recipe I found in BH&G magazine "Christmas Cookies (1998)" I like this recipe because of the vanilla and the fact it contains no rice crispies and no wax. 2 1/2 cups of chocolate chips is close to 16 ounces. After dipping the buckeyes I put the rest of the chocolate on a silpat and sprinkled some almonds on top, no point wasting good chocolate. I enjoyed them very much, so did my son.

    Recipe #226750

    I found this recipe in a Better Homes and Gardens Book. "Cookies For Christmas" These taste like little mint frosted brownies. I make them every year at Christmas. It's the only time I can find the mints. They have always been a big hit with company but nobody wants to make them because they look to hard. They are surprisingly easy and very tasty. The first ones gone on a cookie tray. I use Allan Misty mints but you can use any pastel mints. The recipe program wouldn't let me add them to the ingredient list.

    Recipe #226641

    This recipe came from my grandad's girlfriend Kay. I've had this recipe for many years now, and I make it every year. Kay's original recipe was to roll cherries in the dough then frost after baking. To much work for me, I wanted simple and fast. So here it is no setting time or sifting. Usually I press with a cookie press but I have decorated them with slices of red and green cherries to look like holly. If I make them for home I use 1/8 cup but if I put them on a cookie tray for a party I make them smaller 1 tablespoon.

    Recipe #226288

    I got this recipe from a friend while I was in university, her husband won't eat ham without it. It is a great alternative to plain mustard. My husband and I love it also though I must admit I often forget to make it.

    Recipe #226271

    My dog has some skin alergies so I went looking for a cookie recipe that contained no wheat. This is what I found. Dakota loves them. I'm not sure how many it makes I make them small becauce the kids like to give Dakota lots of treats.

    Recipe #226270

    I loved candy apples as a child. I never knew they had cinnamon until I found this recipe. I was surprized when they turned out just like the ones at the Fair. I forget how many apples it covers so I just guessed 10.

    Recipe #223877


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