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    Recipe #515162

    Found this recipe on the internet and had to try it. Looooved IT! I did a huge batch to keep in the freezer so I can pull something out for lunch and just heat it up in the microwave. Perfect for a OAMC dish. Freezes great and heats up perfectly.

    Recipe #486148

    This is my mom's recipe that we grew up on. I love it because it isn't too sweet. I don't like most cannoli's you find at restaurants. They are sickenly sweet. This filling is light and creamy!

    Recipe #471013

    My dads recipe, but revamped to exclude the olive oil. If you are not on a diet, I recommend using olive oil instead of the I Can't Believe It's Not Butter. If you opt for the olive oil, you can get away with just 1 to 2 tbs of oil.

    Recipe #464750

    Got this recipe from a guy at work, which he got from the Kraft website. The entire office LOVED this.

    Recipe #463298

    With a child allergic to tree nuts and the schools not allowing you to bring in peanuts, I had to create my own trail mix. I love all the seeds, but more importantly, my daughter likes it too! The variations are countless, so use this as a base, or as-is!

    Recipe #423008

    Smoothie recipe I found in the healthy food section of Parents Magazine. I altered it slightly by adding blueberries and strawberries and increasing the yogurt and ice. My daughter loved it, which I was surprised. It isn't sweet at all. You can taste all the fruit in it. I enjoyed it, and I'm sure over time I'll get used to a non-sweet smoothie. I liked this recipe because it didn't contain any fruit juice or sugar or honey. Very kid friendly.

    Recipe #402555

    These cookies have been in our family for decades. We have them every Christmas and they are my favorite. WARNING: This makes a boat load of cookies (approximately 204 cookies!) and it is a bit time consuming having to roll the cookies into balls and frost them. BUT, it is so worth it!!!

    Recipe #402320

    From Kakeladi herself...this is wonderful and I like it much better than the other WASC recipe. Thanks for sharing! White cake...can use any Betty Crocker cake mix.

    Recipe #309528

    I found this recipe on another site, courtesy of Kathy Finholt. I love it and used it on the "Why I Joined Zaar Carrot Cake" recipe. It got such rave reviews - both the cake and the icing. I hope you enjoy it as much as we all have. In case you don't know, crusting means that it hardens, but not like a royal icing. This will allow you to smooth it out and get a really smooth icing. You don't have to, but if you like the look of Fondant, you can almost get it as smooth as Fondant.

    Recipe #297863

    An alternative to Fondant Icing. Got this recipe from Cake Central. The source is anonymous

    Recipe #296169

    I got this recipe from a cake site and can't stop making it. It is the best buttercream recipe that I have found. I modified my recipe to include Almond Extract, but you can use just about any extract. I've done clear vanilla and raspberry with rave reviews. I use this recipe for all my cakes and cupcakes. It colors nicely. If you want a stiffer buttercream for roses and such, omit or add very little milk. If you want a thinner buttercream, add more than 6 tbs of milk.

    Recipe #293896

    I got this wonderful recipe from Dina de Leon on my mom's website that I go to. She posted it in a thread after asking about using PB in the recipe since it was going to her DC's school. After she posted it, I asked if I could add it to my online cookbook. She said yes so here it is. Also, while I'm posting the pic of these super cute nests, I can't take credit for it. Dina also took the picture. Enjoy!

    Recipe #221187

    We love pancakes, oatmeal and fruit but can't eat eggs so after trying several eggless pancake recipes, I altered them and created this one. My daughter loves them and will eat 3 pancakes --- she's only 2. Thankfully they are healthy.

    Recipe #202597

    This is my family recipe for Thanksgiving Dinner. I love my mom's stuffing and would be lost without this recipe. If you try it, I hope you like it as much as we all do.

    Recipe #196609

    These have to be one of my favorite cookies. My daughter has an allergy to eggs so I simply replace the eggs with Ener-G Egg Replacer Powder (1.5 tbs powder + 2 tbs warm water = 1 whole egg). Enjoy

    Recipe #196608

    Just one of my concoctions that I created while on my juice fast. This recipe uses a Juice Machine. The juice can be on the sweet side so just dilute it with distilled water if too sweet for your buds. If I get 16 oz. of juice, I'll add 16 oz. of water, etc. You can use more or less water depending on how sweet you want the juice.

    Recipe #188088

    While during my juice fast, I came across this vegetable juice that has become a staple. I don't drink the real V8 juice so I can't tell you how close it is to the store-bought original, but from what I hear, it is pretty darn good!

    Recipe #188082

    Of all the face paint recipes that I've seen and the one that I tried before this, I like this one the BEST (differnt from the other on Recipezaar). Skeptical at first, but the paint actually dries (may take about 10 minutes or so) and isn't sticky like I would think. My DD has had it on all day and it hasn't rubbed off on any of our furniture, carpet, etc. She loves it! Also, this face paint is thin (not like the other crisco/cold cream recipes) and comes off easily with soap and water.

    Recipe #184569

    DH was hungry for an omelette the other day and asked if I would make him one with Steak-Um, cream cheese and onions. I thought it was an odd combo but that was what he was craving. I have to say, it was to DIE for. He ate the first one and then asked for another. I told him I didn't think it was normal to eat 6 eggs in one day. DH likes thin omelettes so this recipe is made in our large skillet and will yield a thin omelette. If you like a thicker omelette, use a small skillet.

    Recipe #182427

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