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    Recipe #444120

    I was cleaning out the fridge one day and decided that I was going to throw all of this together and it came out wonderful!!

    Recipe #347681

    I wanted some crispy chicken for a salad I was making but without the fat and grease of frying it. I looked at a bunch of recipes but none of them had anything that I had readily available at home. So I improvised and it worked! The recipe is designed for 2 salads but if you need more just double it.

    Recipe #290562

    I had a recipe for pasta with sun dried tomatoes and basil and I mixed it up a little bit, added a few extra things and it came out so good. Thought I would share!

    Recipe #290483

    This is a basic fruit salad and real easy to make. I love to eat this during the summer on really hot days! Plus it keeps fine for several days in the fridge if you make alot like I do! I like to add berries and bananas to it sometimes also, but only when Im about to eat it or they get squished and mushy.

    Recipe #287692

    This was more of an experiment at first and it came out delicious! Feel free to mix up the fruits and experiment with our own flavors.

    Recipe #274214

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