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    From an old "All Time Favorite Recipes" book.

    Recipe #248774

    Another fantastic recipe from the book "All Time Favorite Recipes".

    Recipe #248745

    I was quite suprised to find this really great recipe wasn't already posted on Zaar. So, here it is!!! I think I found it online somewhere but I'm not sure where. Enjoy

    Recipe #248615

    Recipe #248465

    A new way to dress up an old standby!

    Recipe #248431

    Make this in a clear dish! It is SO pretty and people will be asking how you cut the Jello into such thin and even layers! Cooking time is total time for all the layers to set. Each layer takes about 30-45 minutes to set so it is best to place the white mixture over a pot of hot water to prevent it from getting hard while you are waiting for the Jello to harden.

    Recipe #248429

    This is my favorite pumpkin bread recipe.

    Recipe #248424

    This is a variation of the Libby's recipe and it is SO good. The filling is nice and thick. I would recommend using a mixer.

    Recipe #248421

    This is NOT the cassarole recipe!!! It is a fantastic version that usually requires a double batch for family functions.

    Recipe #248303

    I have this on a recipe card - no idea where it came from! It is a chocolate lover's dream. Make sure to cool completely before cutting or the bottom will crumble!

    Recipe #248299

    Very good pudding - I got this from Libby's (website, I think).

    Recipe #248192

    I have this on a recipe card - no idea where it came from!

    Recipe #248190

    This is a fantastic recipe that came out of a magazine (sorry, I'm not sure which one). Make sure you use UNSALTED butter!

    Recipe #248189

    I have this on a recipe card - no idea where it came from!

    Recipe #248191

    I have this on a recipe card - no idea where it came from!

    Recipe #248184

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