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    Delicious high protein snack and good for you!

    Recipe #458314

    These are easy and delicious, makes 12 crepes and my kids LOVE them. It's fun to put whatever ingredients you want to wrap into them. This can easily be cut in half, or make ahead and freeze.

    Recipe #450522

    This pastry shell is so light and flaky, you'd think you were at a top restaurant! I use it for all my pies, including pies you would normally use a graham cracker crust for. You can even use it for turnovers and tarts. It is a favorite of my whole family. When using this for pumpkin pie, I like to bake it half way, then cover just the fluted edge with foil so it doesn't get too brown. This recipe turns out perfect every time, but ONLY if you sift your flour. I tried it unsifted once and it wouldn't hold together.

    Recipe #407783

    Grandmas always have a hard time giving a recipe away because its a little bit of this and a handful of that, but I was able to get this out of MY Grandma! If you like it sweeter, use 1 cup of sugar. I like it tart so I use 3/4 cup sugar. Frozen rhubarb works fine.

    Recipe #407222


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