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    Thought this sounded good. I love kiwi so I'm keeping this recipe here so I don't lose it! I wouldn't add the rum to it. Found in Midwest Living April 2011.

    Recipe #469196

    I can't wait to try this! Sounds great! Taste of Home April/May 2010

    Recipe #419841

    Recipe #419840

    Simple and tasty! Taste of Home April/May 2010

    Recipe #419838

    This look and sounds yummy! It says to "layer in a trifle bowl, 9x13 pan, or any unique dish or bowl." Got this from the Taste of Home magazine from April/May 2010.

    Recipe #419648

    Haven't had this yet, but have heard it's good. From Aunt Lynn.

    Recipe #418529

    So easy and really good. Only 4 ingredients, plus the chips. Got this from my aunt Lynn!

    Recipe #402784

    Looks yummy!! Found in the Taste of Home magazine from Oct/Nov 2009.

    Recipe #402303

    Three kinds of ice cream drizzled with chocolate sauce in a chocolate crust!! How very yummy! Haven't tried it yet, keeping it here for safekeeping. Found in the cookbook, Chocolate Therapy by Kathy Farrell-Kingsley. Prep time is a guess. Cooking time doesn't include freezing.

    Recipe #399900

    Sounds yummy! Found in Food Network Magazine October 2009.

    Recipe #398420

    The best dip I have ever had!! Just 6 ingredients and so simple! Great for holidays or get togethers. I could eat the whole veggie tray with this dip!! Another great recipe from my aunt!!

    Recipe #398297

    Just in time for Christmas! Layers of red cranberry, green jello, and cream cheese in the middle. Haven't made it yet, but am planning on it! Found in Healthy Cooking from Taste of Home. It says to chill until set but not firm to help the layers from sliding apart when cut.

    Recipe #397404

    Using cake and pudding mixes. Looks really simple and sounds yummy. Haven't made it yet, keeping it here for safekeeping. Found in the Kraft Food and Family magazine from Fall 2009.

    Recipe #395372

    Found these in Quick Cooking July/August 2003 magazine. I have never heard of these before, but will definitely try them.

    Recipe #394196

    Scrambled eggs in a cup of phyllo dough! These look so simple and very tasty! Can't wait to try them! Found in Paula's magazine from Nov/Dec 2005.

    Recipe #392905

    I've never seen these before, but sounded good. She frosted her cookies with pink icing. From Paula's magazine Jan/Feb 2006. Prep time includes chill time.

    Recipe #392887

    These look so rich and fudgy! Drizzle with caramel sauce. Can't wait to try them, but I will leave out the peanuts or use pecans. Found in Paula's magazine from Nov/Dec 2005.

    Recipe #392883

    The picture of this looked really good! Found in The Best of Country Cooking 1998.

    Recipe #388330

    These sound really simple and good. Found in a local cookbook. Keeping it here for safekeeping until I can try them.

    Recipe #388181

    This is similar to what my aunt makes, and hers are great! Can't tell the cornflakes are there. She's had to make it half with apple and half with cherry pie filling for the more picky eaters :-)

    Recipe #388055

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