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    1 Reviews |  By RZ1234

    Made with just 7 ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen! Sweet and tangy, you can get a little fake BBQ going in your oven with this at the last minute. I mixed this up at the last minute for some chicken pieces we were reheating and was handed a pen and paper afterward to force me to write it down. It's just enough for one cut up chicken. Fabulous with meatballs too, but you might need to double or triple the recipe.

    Recipe #264028

    A good basic sugar cookie recipe you can mix in one bowl.

    Recipe #262402

    1 Reviews |  By RZ1234

    This series of donut recipes is from the Maxim Donut Bites manual. Traditional and cake like, this is a basic donut recipe you can vary by adding different flavors and toppings.

    Recipe #254193

    This series of donut recipes is from the Maxim Donut Bites manual. These are light and sweet, and even tastier if you roll them in powdered sugar.

    Recipe #254165

    1 Reviews |  By RZ1234

    Pack a little more nutrition into your chocolate chip cookies with whole grain oats. This is the recipe off the back of a bag of Nestle Semi-Sweet Morsels, but with a couple of twists to make them even better.

    Recipe #224525

    4 Reviews |  By RZ1234

    Wonton soup in minutes, from your freezer and pantry. It's great for cheaply padding out Chinese takeout on a busy night, yummy for lunch, and so easy anyone can make it.

    Recipe #208705

    2 Reviews |  By RZ1234

    This yummy treat came from my mother's babysitter in the 40's. I grew up eating it and make it any time I need something yummy in a hurry, or when it's too hot or too late to bake up a batch of real cookies -or when I'd rather have this than a cookie! ;)

    Recipe #181913

    3 Reviews |  By RZ1234

    Okay, so it's not a cookie, but if you need something sweet in a hurry this will be ready in less than a minute! This is a variation of a butter & sugar bread my mother made me when I was little.

    Recipe #181910

    3 Reviews |  By RZ1234

    Zippy, healthy, a real crowd pleaser! A great alternative to the standard guacamole or salsa and chips! There are a zillion variations on this but we all like to add our own twist, so here's mine.

    Recipe #85805

    This recipe came from the need to grab something to eat while working on the computer. The ingredients were just about the only edible foods left in the fridge. I have to say this is one of the tastiest, most satisfying things I've ever whipped up for lunch! The sesame pita bread came from Trader Joes, as did the pre-marinated Tri-Tip. You could use any leftover cooked meat, and adjust the flavorings infinitely. Don't change the apples and onions, though, they are what brought it all together. Easy to eat in one hand, leaving one free to control the mouse!

    Recipe #57775

    2 Reviews |  By RZ1234

    Shrimp and grapes may sound odd, but this shrimp salad sandwich is a winner. Champagne grapes are a must, there is no substitution for their burst in your mouth sweetness. This recipe came from an elderly gentleman I stood next to at the seafood counter in the grocery store. He insisted that since I was buying shrimp I had to get some champagne grapes and make this! It started out as just a simple trio of shrimp, mayo, and champagne grapes, but over the years I've added the rolls, lemon juice and chives. This works great as an appetizer if you just make the salad, then offer some toasted bruschetta (drizzled with olive oil and lemon juice) along with it! You don't have to measure the amounts, really. I always just grab a bunch of champagne grapes, a pound or two of shrimp, and add everything else to taste. You can make this a little ahead, but I don't recommend keeping it in the fridge for more than a day. And certainly toast the rolls or bruschetta at the last minute, since it's best when the bread is warm.

    Recipe #48057


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