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    I got this easy recipe off of a facebook posting!

    Recipe #412719

    I got this recipe from my sister-in-law Mary Ann who works for a caterer in Western New York. They make it in a food processor and say it turns out perfectly every single time. They sometimes use orange juice in place of the ice water!

    Recipe #401729

    I took a basic oatmeal cookie recipe and just changed a few things around. Dried pineapple works best. I wanted a cookie without chocolate, but I'm thinking of adding some chips to the next batch - these were a huge hit with my coworkers!!!!

    Recipe #379816

    This is also a recipe from The Washington Post's 8 week long cupcake war. For even more coconut flavor, use coconut milk instead of heavy cream in the cream cheese frosting (the frosting will be a little softer).

    Recipe #349000

    This is a fabulous, easy to make recipe I found in the "Cooking with Paula Deen" magazine - a sure winner for all those who love chocolate and butterfingers! The only thing I do differently with all my cake mixes is to use buttermilk in place of the water.

    Recipe #348813

    This was the winning recipe in the 8 week long Cupcake War put on by The Washington Post. It is stated to be "moist and chocolaty cake with just the right amount of rich ganache frosting on top." The original recipe calls for Valrhona cocoa powder and Callebaut chocolate, but any good quality cocoa powder and semisweet chocolate chips may be substituted.

    Recipe #348708

    This is a recipe from the Flat Belly Diet Cookbook, but I have added 2 eggs to it, as I felt their recipe was like a hockey puck! The frosting is awesome on day one - it tends to break down by day 2 - maybe it should be refrigerated!

    Recipe #321911

    Another great recipe - a pound cake - taken from a recent novel.

    Recipe #321499

    I got this fabulous recipe from the FBD cookbook - I did substitute canola oil for safflower oil and buttermilk for fat-free milk. My recipe made 15 cupcakes - theirs said 12.

    Recipe #321415

    Here's another recipe from a recent novel that sounded delicious!

    Recipe #321211

    I found this recipe in a novel I was reading - sounded too good not to copy!

    Recipe #321084

    I got this recipe from the wife of one of the doctors I work with - she made it for a party and we all went nuts over it. It is so rich and moist and sweet -you can't stop eating it - it's almost like a corn, bread pudding!!

    Recipe #268321

    I'm not sure where this recipe came from, I think one of the muscle magazines, but my health conscious son found it and asked me to try it. It has become one of his favorites.

    Recipe #265011

    I got this recipe from my husband's grandmother. The first time I tried to make them, I didn't realize they were supposed to be small, like gnocchi or spaetzle, and I made them the size of golf balls - we still laugh about it! My kids can eat a whole bowl by themselves - a nice side dish with roast pork.

    Recipe #264944

    This recipe came with Recipe #263353 from a Cooking Light magazine. It's an awesome frosting that would also go great on a carrot cake!

    Recipe #263354

    I found this recipe in a Cooking Light magazine and made it for my pumpkin-pie-loving son's birthday - it got rave reviews! Very moist and flavorful - something different for that fall dessert! Use Recipe #263354 to go with it.

    Recipe #263353

    I got this recipe years ago from the ladies at St Mary's Catholic Church in Barnesville, MD. We were cooking turkeys for a community Thanksgiving dinner and they wanted a consistent tasting dressing. The only change I have made to it is to add the 3 whole eggs. The recipe is for a 20-25 pound turkey, but if you make one third of the recipe, it makes more than enough for a 12-15 pound bird. You'll never use another recipe after this one. I've also baked it outside the bird in a greased casserole at 350 degrees for about 1-1 1/2 hours. Depending on how moist you like your stuffing, I often add 2- 2 1/2 cups of chicken broth to the bread - but this was not in the original recipe.

    Recipe #259733

    This is a recipe from an insert of the Taste of Home Magazine - it's very moist and crunchy with the brown sugar/nut topping. The recipe makes 2 pans, so you can freeze one for later - but I'll bet you eat them both! My coworkers were asking for the recipe after the first bite!

    Recipe #255154

    This awesome recipe was adapted from a Martha Stewart recipe - you can change the cereals to suit your taste and I often use Captain Krunch cereal instead of the Fruit Loops. As long as you have 18 cups of cereal, you can make any combination your family loves! Enjoy!

    Recipe #254685

    This is a recipe I got many years ago from a friend. I made it every Friday night as part of a pre-game dinner for my son's high school football team. It is a real winner!!!!

    Recipe #248097

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