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    (Similar to Costco's vanilla cheesecake filling) http://www.recipelink.com/mf/14/28027

    Recipe #463795

    Delicious. Got from a coupon insert, I think Ronzoni. Cooked and diced chicken, or shrimp is optional. prep time is pasta cooking time, and cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #460640

    Simple! With barbeque sauce and grape jelly! from good housekeeping magazine.

    Recipe #460639

    from Nabisco and Kraft serving size based on 2 TBL spread with 5 ritz crackers.

    Recipe #460637

    terrific fat free dessert or snack. about 180 calories

    Recipe #459457

    Cooking time is freezing time.

    Recipe #459456

    From Hershey's http://www.hersheys.com/celebrate/holidays/recipes/detail.asp?id=8068&t=recipe#

    Recipe #441932

    Biggest Loser (Curtis Stone) SERVINGS AND NUMBER IS A GUESS, IT WASN'T LISTED ON THE WEBSITE WHERE I GOT THE RECIPE AND I HAVE NOT YET TRIED IT

    Recipe #439414

    I whipped this up the other day and loved it! WARNING: I DIDN'T MEASURE THE ONE TIME THAT I MADE IT, SO ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE APPROXIMATE GUESSES. ALSO, CONSUME AT YOUR OWN RISK - HIGHLY ADDICTIVE! LOL. The next time I make it I will try to measure and edit accordingly. Most everything is to taste, so if something is a little off it shouldn't matter all that much. Please post your reviews and let me know what you think! : )

    Recipe #405118

    I love Chinese food and my crock pot, oh yeah, and pork chops, so this is what I came up with. It is sweet though, so if you don't really like that you can try cutting some of the brown sugar of course, but I'm sure that this will effect the glaze if you take out too much. Think of the sweetness of Chinese orange sauce, like on orange chicken only on tender, slow cooked pork chops. I know it sounds like a little bit of work at the end but it's really not. Don't worry about putting the chops back in at the end if you don't want to, you could just put foil over your platter. I served mine on a bed of mashed sweet potatoes and parsnips (just boiled and mashed, but you could try puree) and a side of green beans. The colors of the mash and chops were great and I really feel like the sweetness of both were really good together. You may want to do 1/3 regular potato, 1/3 sweet potato (or yams), and 1/3 parsnips if you don't want it to be too sweet. I also think that this would be great on a pork loin too, shredded up with the glaze for like a sweet pulled pork sandwich, or maybe chunk up the chops with the glaze in a vegetable stir fry : )

    Recipe #395156

    You will not believe how DECEDANT this dessert is for 135 CALORIES! Of my own creation, Sure beats paying AT LEAST $1.50 for a 2 pack at the store! (and just as easy! Not to mention LESS CALORIES!) Please Enjoy! I always use a very small bowl to make it in (one my toddler's plastic bowls), but you could always use a small tupperware, a left over bowl from a store bought "warm delight mini", or maybe a coffee cup (haven't used one of those). Please review and let me know what you think! YUM!

    Recipe #387616

    OMG, a girl brought these into my bible study today and I about died and went to heaven! You have to try these! I can't wait for an excuse to make them!

    Recipe #347871

    Recipe courtesy Erik Nelson, chef and owner at Ruth's Diner in Salt Lake City, UT. Featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.

    Recipe #342610

    Courtesy of Paula Deen - Cookie Swap Episode

    Recipe #342206

    Recipe from Ro-tel.com, sounds quite yummy.

    Recipe #322462

    This is my of my own design, I hope you guys love it!

    Recipe #316632

    Hey this is yummy and so easy. I use frozen whole strawberries to make the puree, but you can use any fruit you like (i.e. pineapple, peaches, raspberries...) just puree it in your food processor or blender. I also like to use the puree on toast, an English muffin, or frozen yogurt. Enjoy : )

    Recipe #247351


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