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    Cheaper healthier oatmeal packets.

    Recipe #408025

    This recipe helped catch me a man! My now husband and I worked together, and he would make a regular stop at my desk to "steal" these delicious and addictive pretzels from my candy jar...his comment "Wow, these pretzels are delicious, but they give you Dragon Breath!" is the origin of the name. The rest is history. Possible variations of the recipe below: Variation: Mix in one or both of the following with step 1: 1/4 teaspoons lemon pepper. 1/4 cup Parmesan cheese. Alternative: Use 16 oz. plain oyster crackers instead of pretzels. Bake at 275 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes, stirring after 10 minutes. Drain and cool on brown paper bag or paper towels before storing.

    Recipe #271758

    When I was growing up, my Grandmother would make these in the toaster oven, I make them in my oven under the broiler. They were most often served with spaghetti with meat sauce, or any hearty tomato dish where you might want cheese bread. In my family we like to let them cook until they are very dark on top...keep an eye on them...One minute they will just be bubbly, the next they will be black on top..(which is still tasty!) I sometimes use "Light" Cheese Wiz to prepare this recipe, and the butter and cheese wiz amounts should be altered according to taste.

    Recipe #271398

    After trying a number of different recipes for PA Dutch Chicken Corn Soup, I finally combined a number of the recipes and adjusted them to my family's tastes. This soup freezes well, but if you are going to freeze it, do not add the hard cooked egg at the end.

    Recipe #261755


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