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    A twist to the traditional tomato and mozzarella version. This one includes green and red bell peppers.

    Recipe #402361

    Craving pie a la mode? Do it smart without the guilt. This is a flexible recipe you can adjust to suit cravings for certain kinds of fruit by changing the yogurt flavor or fruit, I have included my apple pie substitute

    Recipe #391421

    What I love about this recipe is that it is cheap, filling, and oh so easy! You can substitute any kind of cheese or spices in the sauce to complement a different meat. I came up with this one night when I was tired of using spaghetti sauce on everything. You can substitute whole wheat flour in this recipe as well as whole wheat noodles and fat free milk, that's what I cook with.

    Recipe #384342

    This recipe gives a whole new outlook on leftovers! My husband took this to work for his lunch I quote, "If you had told me what was on it I wouldn't have tried it, but it was soooo good!" Simple recipe, you can make this as a main meal without using leftover breasts as well, it's a good party pleaser.

    Recipe #383540

    Multicolored, sweet popcorn balls- we made these as kids and now I'm teaching MY daughter to make them!

    Recipe #342799

    I created this when I was craving my Mom's apple pie but wanted to stay lower calorie. I suggest spreading this in a shallow dish to eat so the graham cracker stays crunchy!

    Recipe #339225

    Thick and delicious, but you stay thin and delicious. Most excellent way to indulge in fall flavors. I made it for Thanksgiving on a larger scale for guests, and everyone loved it! The ladies in my family who were watching their weight really appreciated the lower calorie option, but even those who weren't asked for seconds.

    Recipe #338954

    I started calling these "Khakis" because this recipe comes out just like brownies, only no chocolate involved! Really fast and super easy recipe from Grandma. These are addictive- every time I make them for company they're gone in minutes!

    Recipe #299771

    Even vegetable soup haters I know love this soup. My mom made it all winter, and it would be gone in no time! It freezes great. Put only potatoes and carrots in it, puree, and it's an excellent protein/vitamin rich baby food. Or, add the rest of the ingredients and make a mouth watering comfort food! Some soup pots have collanders inside them, this may make the cooking process easier for you.

    Recipe #291909

    I remember loving this as a child. Grandma would make this for a spectacular Sunday dinner.

    Recipe #286845

    From a family friend. Awesome way to use up chicken leftovers. Very yummy with mexican cheese on top!

    Recipe #286843

    A modified recipe from Grandma. She liked making kabobs from her meat and cooking it covered on the stovetop, but it tends to come out juicier and more flavorful with my modifications. The original recipe calls for pork, but it can also be made with chicken. I usually make it with pork chops. Easy and delicious- I have to remind my husband to leave leftovers or he'll eat it all! You can easily cook for a crowd by using chicken breasts, just use two pans to brown the meat.

    Recipe #286842

    Thick and delicious! Yet another great generational favorite recipe. Great for kids who like sweet, it has pretty decent nutritional value as far as protein and calcium. You need to babysit this as it cooks, because if it burns on the bottom it ruins it.)

    Recipe #277069

    Closest thing to restaurant style chop suey I have made. Even my picky eater husband likes this one!

    Recipe #276801

    From my Great Grandma's cookbook. It's a generational family favorite, and super easy! It's good warm or cold, but I prefer it warm. Great for cold nights. Pretty healthy, too! I like to double this recipe, because I usually down the soup in 2 days.

    Recipe #276792


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