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    This recipe is super simple and super yummy! I use this as a special treat for the students in my high school foods class after they take their safety and sanitation test! You can make a microwavable Bundt pan by turning a custard cup upside down in a glass bowl.

    Recipe #323226

    These are my husband's favorite oatmeal chocolate chips cookies! I've been on a mission to find "the one" since nothing will suffice until he thinks they are perfect. These are the kind that are really thin, almost transparent, and crispy on the edges but still soft in the middle. When you take them out of the oven they will still look puffy, don't worry, they'll fall down to get those crispy edges.

    Recipe #289639

    This was my mom's recipe that I "enhanced" a little bit (by adding lots of cheese!) Everytime we have company, this is my go-to meal. Everyone raves about it, and it's not that hard. You can prep it a day ahead and keep it in the fridge, or even freeze it! Add a salad and some garlic bread...wow! If you use the No-Boil Lasagna Noodles, you will want to add all of the liquid from the diced tomatoes to make sure there is enough liquid to cook the noodles. If you boil the noodles ahead of time, you can use less liquid so the lasagna isn't runny in the end.

    Recipe #287098


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