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    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 got this in an email from Cooking.Com. They look delicious!!

    Recipe #343043

    I saw these on a Thanksgiving episode of Semi-Homemade with Sandra Lee and I thought that I would try to make them to take over to my In-Laws for our Thanksgiving dinner. They were so easy and so delicious! My Father In-Law kept raving about them all night!

    Recipe #342457

    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

    My Friend's family has been making this for years and I finally got the recipe from her. The texture is more like a cake I think, and they are so good! Enjoy!

    Recipe #337048

    I saw this on Rachael Ray's talkshow today and it looked so delicious, and also very easy to make. She made a pretty big meatloaf, so you can halve the recipe easily.

    Recipe #336994

    My son brought home a cooking book from his library day at school. He loves to look with me and to read kids cooking books for some kid recipes that he can help make! These were in it and I am mostly putting in here so that we can keep the recipe when he needs to return the book! They actually had 12 oz. of Puff Pastry, and used it to make 3 different things. I'm going to add the other too, Cheesy Twists and Hazelnut Palmiers too! This should make 6 fruity treats so this can probably easily be doubled or even tripled in needed. Enjoy!

    Recipe #328801

    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

    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

    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 found this recipe on another website and they were so good. Use smaller potatoes, like red or golden for this. You can also double this easily to suit your family. This should be 8 good sized potato farls. You can also use this for either breakfast, can be made into sandwiches for lunch, or as a side dish for dinner. You could also make them smaller for appetizers. You could also use gluten free flour and see if it still works nicely. Enjoy!

    Recipe #328000

    From Taste of Home Magazine. Sounds delicious! I am not including the chilling time. You could use Splenda for the citrus filling to make is lower in sugar.

    Recipe #327952

    I saw this on another website and they looked so good! The recipe says they can be quite rich, so you only need a few. You can also easily double the recipe and look like great food to share at potlucks and parties.

    Recipe #327658

    Saw this recipe and it looks really good. The recipe called it a pie, but it looks more like a cake.

    Recipe #327653

    I saw this on another website, Visual Recipes. They show recipes with step-by-step pictures with them! It looks so easy and will definitely be kid/family friendly. For those like me who don't normally have heavy cream on hand, I would think that canned milk, or even just whole milk would be fine in exchange for the cream. Enjoy!

    Recipe #327587

    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 found this on a diabetic recipe website and sounds great! To make the graham cracker crumbs, use a food processor or place them in a large ziploc bag and crush with the bottom of a pan or rolling pin. You could also add some fresh bananas on top when serving for a great taste!

    Recipe #325686

    I saw this on an episode of Paula Deen and they looked so good! I love to eat cookie dough. The pecans can be optional, I personally don't like nuts, and for those that are allergic they can be omitted.

    Recipe #321421

    I got this today from Better Homes and gardens daily email recipe. It sounds great and so refreshing for a hot day!

    Recipe #318252

    I found the dip recipe in a book I have using Name brand foods. Homemade Pita chips are so good and are much lower in fat and if you use a whole wheat pita bread, than they are also higher in whole grains as well. Also, you can either make the chips ahead of time or have them warmed just before you serve the dip as well. Sometimes having oven fresh chips are great, especially with this dip! The recipe suggests to use low fat sour cream and mayonnaise, but you can use the full fat ones if you'd prefer.

    Recipe #318221

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