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    haven't tried this one yet... found it on the msn delish website

    Recipe #353668

    Found this one on the "delish" site. It's a healthier choice than most tortilla pies because of the lack of ingredients like sour cream, ground beef, refried beans, etc. Can make more good choices by using low-fat cheese and tortilla shells. Haven't tried it yet, but hope to soon.

    Recipe #344259

    This is the last banana bread recipe you'll ever try. I can't remember where I ever found this recipe, but I've had quite a few people tell me that this was the best banana bread they've ever had. Super moist with a good crispy crust (my favorite part!). Great with nuts thrown in. This couldn't be easier to make! Can also make 4 Mini-loaves, instead of 2 regular loaves. Couldn't tell you if it freezes well, because it's always gone too fast to make it to the freezer.

    Recipe #340458

    8 Reviews |  By KaDo

    Can substitute turkey sausage or reduced fat cheese for a healthier version. Couldn't be easier!

    Recipe #333926

    A simple combination of chili, cheese, and cornbread is a real pleaser with the men in my family...and it couldn't be easier to make!

    Recipe #312131

    Here's a fruit salad that always goes quick at gatherings. Kids even enjoy it! My favorite part is that I usually have all the ingredients on hand, unlike many other fruit salads. Sometimes I throw in a small handful of shredded coconut.

    Recipe #311698

    1 Reviews |  By KaDo

    REALLY quick and easy to make! These are really easy to take to potlucks or family get-togethers...just take the can along with a fork, knife, and serving plate. Kids love 'em!

    Recipe #307875

    1 Reviews |  By KaDo

    Here's a good way to use up a skunked beer! Obviously using different types of beer will give these slightly different flavors.

    Recipe #303364

    4 Reviews |  By KaDo

    These have a really good sweet onion BBQ sauce on them. At first I thought that 1/4 c. would be way too much onion, but it cooks in really well, and the sauce isn't overpowered by them at all. The original recipe called for this amount of sauce on 5 chops, but I usually only put in 3 chops (I'm not a fan of left-over meat and I'm only cooking for 2). If you were to make 5 chops, I would suggest doubling the sauce. Also, depending on the type of chop, you may not need to cook as long (I've used small boneless loin chops and they only took about 1 hr 15 min)

    Recipe #302446

    3 Reviews |  By KaDo

    I found this in an old Nebraska 4-H cookbook the other day. It's wonderfully moist! I would suggest to maybe put a little more lemon juice than suggested (I LOVE lemon!) or maybe even grate a little lemon peel into it. I made a powdered sugar icing with more lemon juice to drizzle on top. The family really liked this one and I'm definitely going to make it again.

    Recipe #301886

    3 Reviews |  By KaDo

    I found this recipe on It isn't too thick, but has really good flavor! This recipe is extremely quick and easy! You can also use the frozen broccoli and cauliflower blend that has carrots in it. Also, to make this recipe a little healthier, I use the Velveeta 2%.

    Recipe #292451

    1 Reviews |  By KaDo

    Another one I found in the Nebraska Kitchens Cookbook. Have fun and experiment with different fruits. If you don't have a cast iron skillet, any heavy pan will do.

    Recipe #272943

    Found this one in the Nebraska Kitchens Cookbook. This is easy to prepare and great for brunches. You can make this according to your family's preferences. The optional zucchini and peppers add some great color to this dish.

    Recipe #272939

    I found this one on the Better Homes and Gardens website. They turned out a little crackled on top, but still looked nice and tasted great! It was definitely a LOT quicker than mixing up two batches of dough from scratch! My advice is to use the good quality (not cheapo off brand) cookie dough. I used a tube of Pillsbury Peanut Butter Cookie and a tube of off-brand Sugar Cookie. The sugar cookie dough took a little more effort to mix the cocoa into because of it's harder consistency...actually used my hands instead of the wooden spoon!

    Recipe #268269

    8 Reviews |  By KaDo

    These are always on our list of Christmas cookies to bake. Not only do they look pretty, they taste great!

    Recipe #254697

    1 Reviews |  By KaDo

    The cake part of this is absolutely delicious and goes perfectly with the cherries! A favorite at my house! Use a regular size can of cherry pie filling, but you will probably have about half a can leftover.

    Recipe #254694

    Whether or not you are a macaroni salad-person, you'll still love this one! Take to a potluck or family gathering and your bowl will come back empty every time!

    Recipe #254693

    This is the recipe my church uses for the best tasting taverns ever!

    Recipe #254688

    4 Reviews |  By KaDo

    This was taken from Better Homes and Gardens. The nutmeg gives a taste that is definitely for breakfast (not necessarily the best for dessert). These go GREAT with sausage and eggs! They are best served warm with breakfast. If you want to make them ahead of time, let them cool completely. Then place muffins in freezer containers or bags and freeze for up to 1 month. To reheat, wrap frozen muffins in heavy foil. Heat in a 300 degree F oven for 15 to 18 minutes.

    Recipe #254626

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