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    This is supposed to be the same as 1 can of Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk. It was in my grandma's old cookbook.

    Recipe #268919

    These are really good.

    Recipe #299769

    Recipe #242696

    I love blueberries, and they are so good for your brain. You can eat them every day.

    Recipe #266444

    This is my husband's favorite breakfast. Everybody in his family just loves it. I think it's o.k., but toast is easier. You can also use sausage instead of bacon.

    Recipe #269700

    I like these because they a healthy, cheesy meal. I have added more spinach and had them turn out fine. My sister gave the recipe to me and adds cinnamon to her version. Just not to my taste.

    Recipe #266437

    This was my Grandpa's favorite pie. Today we still have it at family get togethers because my brother, Guy (named after Grandpa:)) always requests it. There is never any left.

    Recipe #264477

    I had this in my file, and don't know where it came from. Just want to keep it safe. Do not eat...this is for your skin.:)

    Recipe #242483

    This is a really easy recipe to use up some of that rhubarb. It also tastes wonderful. You can still taste the rhubarb, but it's not overpowering. This makes a nice gift with some really good wheat bread.

    Recipe #234742

    This is a little healthier version. I'm not sure who gave me the recipe, but it is quick and easy, and my nephew who is 5 will eat it.

    Recipe #264667

    These are really good. You can freeze the dough ahead of time for up to 2 weeks. Just roll into a log and wrap well in wax paper. Slice off what you need.

    Recipe #302063

    I want to keep this safe. Haven't tried it yet.

    Recipe #272027

    These have the flavors of Thanksgiving, and are so yummy. They can be made ahead, and cooked off as you need.

    Recipe #267025

    My sister liked this. I haven't had a chance to try it yet, and don't want to lose the recipe. No sugar or butter.

    Recipe #268552

    I have been trying to get more beans into my families diet because they are so good for you. We even like beans, but sometimes you feel like something different. I found a recipe online that was called Pork-n-Beans Cake. I thought it would be fun to try something like that, and this is what I came up with. My entire family loves these. You can't taste the beans. Really . They would easily make a nice cupcake with cream cheese frosting. Try them and ask people what the weird ingredient is, (they never know:) This makes a big batch. Feel free to add cranberries, raisins, or pecans...they taste great in these.

    Recipe #287023

    My mom used to make this instead of pumpkin pie in the fall. It has great pumpkin flavor, and is so quick and easy. You can use squash instead of pumpkin, just cook it and remove all seeds and strings, and grind it until very smooth in your food processor. Just use 15 oz. of squash instead of pumpkin then. Eveybody who has tried this loves it, even very picky children who won't eat veggies. My husband and I have been known to eat a double batch by ourselves for supper. High in carotene, vit.C and vit. E..

    Recipe #254281

    These make a great breakfast, or dessert. My son loves these. The recipe is slightly changed but I think it originally came from The Wisconsin Gardener Cookbook #2. If my note on the recipe card is correct :)It's a great way to get healthy stuff into the kids.

    Recipe #267032

    No white flour, refined sugar, or eggs. Good toasted for a snack for you and the kids.

    Recipe #267723

    Recipe #266441

    These are a quick, healthy snack for little kids, and their parents. Not for kids under 2 years. Good when hiking in a cool climate, and you need a good energy source. Vegetarian.

    Recipe #268394


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