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    Cook time may require more or less time. This recipe came from Nells Old Fashioned Recipes. I have not tried this posting for safe keeping.

    Recipe #515751

    You can enjoy this over Mashed Potatoes. Goes great with rice and stir fry vegetables. This recipe came from Slow Cooker Recipes 4 Families. I have not tried this recipe, posting for safe keeping.

    Recipe #515676

    This came from American Bariatric's Support Group. This recipe uses jam to not only flavor the drink but also sweeten it at the same time. It doesn't matter what type of jam you use but try to make sure it is natural if possible so that you reduce all those unnecessary added preservatives. Strawberry jam works best in my opinion for this particular recipe. Avoid raspberry jam in your shakes if you don't like raspberry seeds. One thing to try is replacing the vanilla protein powder with chocolate and use marmalade as your jam (just in case you aren't sure, marmalade is orange jam). Other than the supplements powder, the protein in this particular homemade shake is being provided by the skimmed milk, plain fat-free yogurt and even a little from the natural peanut butter. You could use any other type of yogurt you like to change the flavor (you can use a fruit flavor matching the jam flavor, just remember to stick to natural yogurt)

    Recipe #513454

    Found this recipe on Fun With Sharps under "Bulk Cooking".

    Recipe #513341

    This recipe is from Hamilton Beach booklet.

    Recipe #511596

    This came from Splenda. Serving size: 1 individual crisp. When I made this recipe I sweetened my crisp topping with Splenda brown sugar and added Cinnamon. My family felt the filling needed more Splenda. When I made this recipe I used a jar of apples we canned. Placed them in a 8x8" baking pan.

    Recipe #507379

    I love make-ahead French Toast Casserole. You can make it in the evening, leave it in the fridge and the next day you can just pop it in the oven and wait for a yummy breakfast treat! Simply swap the cherries and raisins with yummy blueberries and a what brunch treat it is! Don't forget a little icing sugar for dusting and some maple syrup for drizzling! Found this on Love Foodies.

    Recipe #507352

    These cookies are amazing and go great with a hot cup of coffee! I think they would be even better frosted. Either way, they are great! This came from What's Cooking In The Burb's.

    Recipe #507344

    The recipe for this wonderful regional take on mac and cheese is an adaptation of one in The Gift of Southern Cooking (Knopf, 2003) by Edna Lewis, a Southern culinary legend, and Scott Peacock, the former chef of Atlanta's Watershed restaurant. Two ingredients set this macaroni and cheese apart from the pack: grated onion and Worcestershire sauce. This came from Saveur.com. When I made this I made a few changes. I used 3 bricks EXTRA-SHARP CHEDDAR CHEESE, COLBY CHEESE which was grated and MUENSTER CHEESE which was cubed. I left out the onions, nutmeg and worchestershire sauce. I doubled the pasta.

    Recipe #506984

    Found this on Facebook. NOTE: Use your imagination regarding what veggies you want to include in this recipe, just remember they have to be pre-cooked. NOTE: These little muffins stay warm for quite a while, and they reheat VERY well in the microwave. They would be a fantastic addition to any brunch table because they are tasty at room temperature as well !! NOTE: When I make these for just the two of us, I cut the recipe in half, which gives us 2 mini-omelets each and a couple to snack on later.

    Recipe #506788

    Found this on Facebook. This taco recipe is the basic recipe using ground beef, beans, onions, tomatoes and cheese. These made 12 tacos, using corn tortilla shells. You can always substitute, ground chicken or ground turkey for the beef.

    Recipe #506766

    Recipe #506765

    Found this on Facebook. Recipe creator wrote "Our Skor Cake is probably one of the most popular recipes our website. And of course, it should be – it’s delicious and so simple to make. In keeping with my autumn theme and total pumpkin obsession, I thought it would be fun to experiment with it a little. I was pretty darn happy I did too. I deemed this recipe “Pumpkin Caramel Dream Cake” for good reason. It’s simple like our Skor Cake recipe, rich and full of caramel and pumpkin flavor. Perfect for the season! I wanted to point out an adaption to this recipe – I decided to mix the caramel in with the condensed milk and soak it into the cake. However, if you want more of an intense pumpkin cake flavor, you can soak the cake in condensed milk by itself and leave the caramel for the topping only".

    Recipe #506763

    Found this recipe on Facebook.

    Recipe #506753

    This recipe came from Taste Of Home.

    Recipe #506751

    I seen this made on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives on Food Network.

    Recipe #493419

    Chicken pot pie takes on an Italian twist in this reinvention of the classic casserole! Italian-seasoned chicken, carrots, celery and peas surrounded by a creamy sauce with mozzarella and Parmesan cheese topped with flaky circles of pie crust. Instead of potatoes there’s elbow macaroni and lots of them. One look at that golden brown crust with the creamy pasta peeking through from beneath will totally draw you in hook, line and sinker. This recipe came from Cinnamon Spice & Everything Nice.

    Recipe #493415

    This was found on CookLisaCook.blogspot.com

    Recipe #493413

    This came from Pearls, Handcuffs and Happy Hour.

    Recipe #493412

    Here is a fun alternative to your normal lasagna, chicken and ranch flavor! . It is so delicious and not that complicated to make. You can increase the cheese too it you like it extra cheesy. Easy Parmesan Knots would go great with this dish, then add a tossed salad and dinner’s done. The only problem I had with the recipe is there were too many noodles for the amount of chicken sauce mixture. I would recommend reducing the noodles to 8-12 oz. This came from Real Mom Kitchen.

    Recipe #493411

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