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    You can now buy boneless chicken wings from the market! You can also use other pieces of chicken, just use about 12 legs, or 6-8 thighs also. These taste great with steamed rice, or just alone! These are great for those game parties and both adults and kids love them. I always try to line my pans with aluminum foil or parchment paper help with cleanup afterwards, but that is just something I do! This can serve 6 people if each one has about 4 each.

    Recipe #317962

    I went to a big Asian market and stocked up on some great Asian sauces and vinegars. I thought I would try them and this is what I came up with. I am thinking it is more of a Japanese style because I used mirin, which is a slightly sweet vinegar and I think that it is mostly used in Japanses style cooking, although I could be wrong about that! When I made this I used skinless, bone-in chicken thighs, but you could also try to use boneless thighs, as well as boneless chicken breasts as well. I prefer dark meat but the white meat should work just as well! You could also keep the skin on if you prefer, but I personally do not. Enjoy!

    Recipe #305057

    I found this recipe from America's Test Kitchen. This is such an easy way to make rissoto, and you can have this ready in about 45 minutes. I also have added cooked chicken or sausage to make this a one dish meal. Usually rissoto calls for Arborio Rice, but I can't always find that and just use regular long-grain rice. Having the longer grain though will make a bigger batch of rissoto. However, the leftovers are great to have for the lunch the next day! Enjoy!

    Recipe #291250

    A friend of mine gave me this recipe. She said one of the first school dances that she had it was where the girls ask the guys and her Mom suggested that she maker her date dinner and that it was super easy. She used chicken also which can be leaner and healthier than beef. I used stew meat and it turned out great. It also suggested that you use beef broth, but I only had chickn broth in my pantry and it tasted fine using that. I'm sure suing the beef or even vegetable broth would be better, though. Enjoy!

    Recipe #344146

    I came up with this when I didn't have any tomato sauce and tried using a white sauce and it turned out really good! I don't really care for broccoli, so I will cut up the broccoli into small pieces when made into the sauce. Being a Latter Day Saint, we have a three hour church service, so I like to make this on a Saturday and on Sunday, just before we leave for church I will put it in the oven straight from the fridge and bake at 250-275 degrees and when we come home from church, it is cooked well and ready to eat. Therefore, this lasagna can be made well in advanced!

    Recipe #261727

    I saw these be made on America's Test Kitchen. I've made them now several times and are so good and so simple to make. I like to make them especially when I am out of chocolate chips and it's a nice change from that. The recipe calls for dark brown sugar, which I'm adding, but I tend to buy the light brown sugar and they still taste fine with it if that's all you buy too. I'm sure the dark brown sugar will have more of a butterscotch taste. Also, I like to make smaller cookies since I have small kids, and it comes up to about 4-5 dozen. When the cookies were made on the show, they made pretty big cookies and made 2 dozen.

    Recipe #440118

    A great recipe I got from my amazing Sister In-Law. She's a fantastic cook and should have her own cooking show! We make these every year for Thanksgiving! On a side not, I have a Kitchenaid stand mixer but not a dough hook, so I just used the paddle attachment and it worked fine when making the dough. The dough hook would probably be best to use though if you have it.Also, she has bread flour listed, but I just had all-purpose flour and it was also fine with it.

    Recipe #416017

    In the LDS Church, every summer the young woman go to camp for about 5 days. In some campgrounds, there were meals prepared for us, but in the year that I was 16 we learned to make our own food in the campfire. Now when we go camping with my young family, it is such a fun treat that my kids love to make and to see the end result of cake being cooked in an orange rind! This should make about 12-15 orange rind cakes depending on the size of oranges that you have. When they are done cooking, you eat the cake out of the rind and it is so much fun! When we made it, we used a white cake mix, but I suppose you could use chocolate and see how it will be. Enjoy!

    Recipe #310705

    I got this in my daily email from BG&H.

    Recipe #414310

    I got a cheap recipe cd for my computer and this recipe was on it. It looks easy and should be great for those that are lactose intolerant because it will be a creamy shake, but contains no milk!

    Recipe #312743

    I found this recipe on the Food Network site a couple of years ago and made them then for our Family's Thanksgiving dinner. They are so yummy. These will be like pumpkin pie with whip cream, only the "cream" is on the bottom of the pumpkin and they are so delicious. You could add more whipped cream on top if you prefer too. *Just as a note, I made the mistake of thinking that wax paper was the same as parchment paper and realized that they are not! Be sure to use parchment paper to line your pan with. When you use the parchment paper, have the paper hanging over the sides of the pan and they will be like handles when you are ready to remove the bars from the pan!

    Recipe #266250

    My son broght home a kids cooking book for his library day at school and this was in it! I am mostly putting his here so that we can keep the recipe when he needs to return the book! They had 12 oz of puff pastry and divided it into thirds and also made Fruity Treats and Hazelnut Palmiers. I've also added those here too! This should make 20 cheesey breadstick twists. Enjoy!

    Recipe #328745

    I came up with this from ideas from other recipes.We personally don't like things spicy, which this is not, so if you like more kick to your food, then add some jalapeno peppers or some Tabasco sauce to add for heat.

    Recipe #310272

    I came up with this and it was fairly easy and had it on the table just a little over an hour! My kids loved it and it's such great comfort food to eat on a cold day. I used both chicken breasts and chicken thighs, as they were all I had in my freezer at the time, but you can you all white or all dark meat, whatever you prefer. I like to use both for great flavor! You can also use your leftover turkey for turkey pot pie, or use any leftover meat and it will taste great!

    Recipe #337082

    I had a lady in my church who made this for an activity and they were so good! I asked her for the recipe and they are so easy to make!! I poached my chicken by boiling it for about 10 minutes and they were cooked through. You could also use a left over rotisserie chicken or even canned chicken, although with canned it tends to taste like tuna to me. I also used the Pillsbury Grands biscuits, but found that I would have preferred them smaller, so have listed the regular sized ones here.

    Recipe #508780

    I found this in my America's Test Kitchen family cookbook and added a few more ingredients to the sauce to make it my own. It turned out great and tasted just like my favorite take-out restaurant. I don't prefer to cook or eat the skin on the meat, so I removed it and it still got nice and crispy without, but you can keep it on if you like it.

    Recipe #316326

    My son broght home a kids cooking book for his library day at school and these were in it. He is only 8 and loves to help me cook and bake and he is always looking to find recipes that he can help me make! I am mostly putting it here so that we can keep the recipe when the book needs to be returned! When they showed this, they had 12 oz of puff pastry and divided it into thirds and also made fruity treats and cheesy sticks, which I have also added here. These should make 16 cookies. I personally don't care for any nute, and if you're allergic, you can omit the hazelnuts and use more chocolate chips! This could probably be doubled easily if needed. Enjoy!

    Recipe #328766

    These look great for christmas treats for kids to leave for Santa and they will have a blast making for him! I know that my kids don't care for the normal peppermint candy canes yet, so you can probably omit those and add more of the mini chocolate chips instead! I also found them to be egg free, which should be great for those allergic or don't care for them and they still worked out great! As for the amount of Hershey kisses to use, I am not sure on the size of bags they come in, so I am guessing on the amount for the ingredients. You can probably add more or less to suit for the recipe. Enjoy!

    Recipe #328001

    I got this today from a weekely email newsletter from GlutenFreeda, a great place to get gluten free recipes and this sounds to great, and also should be fairly quick and easy to make. The brand of Crisp rice cereal that they listed was EnviroKids Koala Crisps, which can usually be found in the healthy (Organic) food isle of any grocery store. You can probably use any brand of Crisp Rice cereal. I think that most brands are made of just rice, but check to label if you are wheat intolerant to make sure. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #325993

    I saw Sunny Anderson make this on her show today and it looked so good!! You can use sugar-free jello mix for a low-sugar pie and sugar-free whipped topping to make for low-sugar dessert! This is great to make for potlucks or other get-togethers and be made in advanced and just chill out until it's ready to serve! This dessert is made in layers, the salty pretzel crust, the chocolate cream cheese layer, the jello, and finally the whipped topping layer and topped with chocolate shavings!! This should chill for at least 3-4 hours or until set completely.

    Recipe #426592

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