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    These are so easy to make, and can easily be done the same way for chicken or even fish! These can be on your table in about 15 minutes!! You should get boneless pork chops that are slightly thick (I am not so good at measuring), but still thin enough to cook quickly. If you get thick ones just pound them about a bit so that they will cook faster.

    Recipe #511881

    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 made this on a particularly hot Summer day and wanted a pasta salad for dinner. I had Wishbone brand Parmesan Peppercorn Ranch dressing in my fridge and used that as the base to my dressing. Note that these measurements may not be exact. I spooned out what I thought was enough, so I am kind of guessing on those, but just adjust to your own liking and you may omit or add other ingredients to your liking.

    Recipe #459903

    This is a great and quick way to make red potatoes on the stove top and they still taste like they've been roasted in the oven for a long while. I had see on America's Test Kitchen how they make roasted potatoes, they microwave the potatoes first before the potatoes go in the oven, but then I thought to try them on the stove top. They turned out to be so good, tasted just like they had been on the oven, and took about half the time. You could also do these with golden or other small roasting potatotes.

    Recipe #452470

    I found this in my Better Homes and Garden's cookbook and found that it was really simple and tasted so good! I've never broiled meat before, but will be trying it more in the future. It took only about 8 minutes for the chicken to cook! The recipe was actually for mustard-lemon chicken, but I only had limes, but will be making it with lemons next time.

    Recipe #452469

    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

    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

    I came up with this festive and fun dessert to share for St.Patrick's Day with my diabetic hubby in mind and we all loved it, kids included!! The cake part is a fluffy pound cake and can be made a up to 2 days ahead if needed. The rest of it is easy to put together and can be done as soon as 30 minutes before serving. You can use the sugar free pudding mix and Cool Whip. You can even omit the Kiwi for a complete sugar free dessert if desired. A quick note: I can't stant to have nut pieces in my food, so I sift through the pudding mix so that it's a smooth mixture. For the cooking time, I'll just add the time the cake cooks, since the rest of it chills.

    Recipe #417165

    The cake part of the recipe comes from Better Homes and Garden cookbook and is listed as Hot Milk Sponge Cake. It's light and fluffy and tastes so much better than store-bought pound cake, and it's also incredibly easy to put together in just minutes! You can use Splend instead of the sugar for a sugar-free version. What I also love about this is that it's made with ingredients that I always have on hand so if I need to make a dessert quickly, this is one I usually do!

    Recipe #416800

    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

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

    Recipe #414310

    Saw this on the Food Network site and tried it for dessert for my family after Sunday dinner! It was so good and perfect for those on a Gluten-Free Diet!!

    Recipe #414274

    I got this recipe from my Mom who made this when we were visiting and it was so good, and my kids loved it! I've made it myself now several times, and it's such a quick and easy meal to do on a busy night. I like to make my rice using the chicken broth, it helps the rice to have a nice flavor, but you can just use water.

    Recipe #407400

    Got this in my BH&G daily recipe e-mail. I want to try this for Thanksgiving!

    Recipe #395537

    I found these in a Diabetic cookbook! Sounds simple and delicious!! The directions indicate using a store-brought ready to use bread dough, but if you want to make your own, that's fine, too.

    Recipe #392848

    I found this in a Diabetic cookbook and were so good! They were like a light cheesecake, but even better!! The only change from the listed ingredients and what I used was they had Sugar Free Lemon Yogurt listed and I couldn't find that anywhere, but I did find Dannon Light and Fit Carb and Sugar Control Vanilla Cream Yogurt. I used that it may have made them even better!! Also you can substitute Splenda for the Sugar. I tried to write the recipe that way, but it wouldn't let me. I'm not going to include the chilling times, just the time it takes for you to actually be doing something!

    Recipe #392752

    I made these for dinner tonight and it was so easy and delicious!! They reminded me of sauteed shrimp you would get at a fine seafood restaurant! I got some frozen shrimp that were on sale, but fresh shrimp would be fine to use. Shrimp doesn't take very long to cook, maybe 5 minutes or so, so don't overcook the shrimp, or they could turn rubbery.

    Recipe #382083

    I got this from my BHG daily recipe email today.

    Recipe #373057

    I've never done lobster before, but after seeing them for such a good price on sale, I couldn't pass them up! I saw different recipes for either steaming or broiling them, but I did both and they turned out fantastic!! I also made the citrus butter and my son said that they tasted much better after being dipped in the butter!

    Recipe #356014

    My son got a book from his school's library titled "Cranberry Easter" and there was a recipe for cranberry cobler at the end of it. It sounded really good, and my son was excited that we could try to make it from the story! I am mostly putting it here for us so that when he needs to return the book again, we won't lose the recipe. Use Splenda for a sugar free version if you want to and the nuts can be optional too.

    Recipe #355994

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