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    I know, I know. You're probably thinking "What does math have to do with chili?" Well, if you've got a child who doesn't "get" fractions, proportions, or ratios (or you don't do so well with them yourself), this is a great way to work on understanding them. For younger children, this is also a great way to teach how to measure things. And for the adventurous cook, it is a way to teach eyeball measurements compared to standard measurements. Can you tell I teach math and science yet? Toppings: Sour Cream, Green Onions, Cheese, Jalapenos, Tortilla Chips, Crumbled Cornbread,

    Recipe #495762

    This is my current favorite iced coffee creation. It makes one "cup" of coffee - though you'll want to know that my "cup" is actually a soup mug. This makes a delicious cup of coffee without ice as well. For the brewed coffee, I use Kenco Columbian Coffee prepared in a Tassimo machine.

    Recipe #486534

    This was a recipe that I devised to use up an interesting blend of leftovers. The first 5 ingredients are stage one. The rest are stage two of the soup. Prep time does not include making the orange-yogurt mix.

    Recipe #485494

    This is a variation on the traditional banana in a bowl of ice cream. My family likes it best with vanilla, chocolate, or peanut butter ice cream. It's quick enough that no one complains when we make it just before we start a movie.

    Recipe #481137

    I found this in my mom's Betty Crocker cookbook that she has had for years.

    Recipe #477131

    From the Betty Crocker cookbook. Our family has made these for years - they were my dad's favorite as a kid.

    Recipe #477127

    A family favorite across the generations. My great-grandma made this for every family holiday and get together. This is her original recipe, found in the back of a kitchen cabinet a few months ago. She always said it was easy to double, triple, or more.

    Recipe #442828

    I was in the mood for something sweet, but I couldn't put my finger on it. So I just started adding things and this delicious treat was the final result.

    Recipe #441214

    A real eye opener. 1/2 c. of espresso in a chocolate raspberry shake. Prep time does not include making the espresso.

    Recipe #435819

    A quick and easy trip to paradise. Cook time is approx. blender time.

    Recipe #435818

    Nachos are great, but it takes a lot of them to fill anyone up. Mashed potatoes are good, but are rarely the center of attention.

    Recipe #415388

    Just a little cinnamon makes all the difference.

    Recipe #414552

    Running late on Monday morning? Throw this shake together for a quick and easy breakfast you can drink on your commute.

    Recipe #414551

    I have a protein shake for breakfast every morning, and if I didn't change up the flavor it would get boring fast. So I add fruit to make it slightly different each day. To make this a one serving shake - only use one scoop shake mix and half of each of the additions.

    Recipe #413969

    Easy pizza crust, great for college life or a family on the go. Prep time does not include time in bread machine. Cooking time does not include second baking with sauce and toppings.

    Recipe #398309


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