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    I came up with this when we were out of hamburger buns and thought I'd try them out on potaotes. My kids loved them and kept asking for more! You can also use the canned sloppy joe sauce instead of this homemade version also to make it easier!

    Recipe #318103

    I found this recipe in a cookbook given to me for my wedding. It sounds great,especially for diabetics who need more fiber and whole grains in their diet. You can use all Wheaties if you want, or even all corn flakes too. You can also use chunky peanut butter for peanut pieces in the muffins.

    Recipe #318101

    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 found this in a cookbook of mine and it sounds great. Plus, it is alcohol free for those of us that do not drink any alcohol!

    Recipe #317821

    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

    I saw this is America's Test Kitchen today and they looked so delicious! They used Regular Lay's potato chips and saltine crackers for their breading, but they didn't say how much, I am guessing at least 1/2 cup of each.

    Recipe #316189

    This was on the back of a "Jiffy" box and thought I would try it. They turned out really good. I also added about 1/4 tsp lemon extract and it gave it a slight lemon taste and they were great! I would also suggest to definitely roll the dough into sugar before baking. It adds just a little bit extra sweetness to the cookies. When we made these, I made them a little smaller and I came up with 42 cookies.

    Recipe #315968

    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

    This is from Better Homes and Gardens' Website. I haven't tried it yet, but it looks delicious!

    Recipe #312680

    I get emails from Gluten Free Club that sends recipes every few days. This it what I got today and it looks easy and fun! If you don't have potato starch, you can substitute it with cornstarch, which is more easily accessible. I am not including chilling time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #312281

    I saw this on a video from Paula Dean. I love brownies, so these should be especially decedant! Enjoy!

    Recipe #311266

    These potatoes were always made for Christmas or other family get togethers growing up. This is fairly simple and comes out tasting great! I used to make these more especially when our budget was tight and it helped that it only needed a few ingredients! Enjoy!

    Recipe #311170

    Growing up in my family, my Dad loves to cook and was the family cook most of the time. However, this is something that my Mom makes and was one of the first things I learned to make when I was a newlywed and not quite a cook yet! This is very kid and family friendly and simple to make. The bottom layer can be made in a advanced if needed and just add the tater tots and cheese and bake for a quick weeknight meal. Enjoy!

    Recipe #310740

    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 saw this recipe on the Betty Crocker Website. These look so delicious! In the original recipe, it has 3/4 cup chopped peanuts that you add to the top of the frosting layer, but I despise nuts and so these are optional if you like them! I am not including the chill times, just in preparing in each step.

    Recipe #310615

    I saw this on a video from Rachael Ray. It looks so good and should be much more healthier for you being baked and not deep fried! To make these a "Chili Corn Dog", add 1 tablespoon chili powder, 1/2 tsp cumin, 2 chopped scallions, and a couple of drops of hot sauce.

    Recipe #310614

    I found this recipe on a diabetic website. I am mostly putting it here so that I won't lose the recipe! I do plan on trying to too.

    Recipe #310336

    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

    This recipe was on a box of a Pillsbury Cake Mix. Looks easy and fun to make!

    Recipe #309773

    I didn't know if anyone has posted these or not so I thought I would. These make great birthday party cupcakes. These are so easy to make and something that both kids and adults love. I like it because there is no worry of a kid eating the paper around the cupcake, they can just eat the cone, and it is much cleaner than cupcakes, as the crumbs are still in the cone, not in the paper wrapper or on the floor! Make sure to use flat bottem ice cream cones, not the rounded sugar cones or they won't sit up right to be baked. You can use any flavor of cake mix. I usually make two different flavors of cupcakes to choose from. I recently brought these to a potluck and they were the hit of the party! Enjoy!

    Recipe #309476

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