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    Another cake mix fixer - this is great with other jam and berries - let your imagination run wild. Recipe Source: The Ultimate Shortcut Cookie Book

    Recipe #448850

    Transform an ordinary cake mix into something special. A reviewer suggested cooking this at 350 degrees or 10 min longer, however I have never had any problems. Recipe Source: The Shortcut Cookie Cookbook

    Recipe #448849

    1 Reviews |  By Ceezie

    This is similar to a pulled pork sandwich only it is speed up by the use of rotisserie chicken. Recipe Source: Relish Mag

    Recipe #448104

    I get these toffee candy pieces from Ikea and always seems to have a few left and no desire to eat them as is.

    Recipe #448103

    4 Reviews |  By Ceezie

    Use thick, kettle-cooked chips for best results in this simple twist on fish and chips. Serve with remoulade, of course. Recipe Source: Relish Mag

    Recipe #448102

    1 Reviews |  By Ceezie

    I agree with the test kitchen that the croutons would be best on top intstead of the bottom or used to sop up the great juices on the bottom. I think this would be great with halibut chunks or additional fish added to it. Or as someone suggested 3 Italian sausages cut up.

    Recipe #448101

    As there’s no gluten to develop, kneading isn’t necessary for this bread. It has air pockets, a crisp crust and an earthy, warm taste. We loved it. This bread recipe said great tasting for those who like gluten. Recipe Source: Relish mag

    Recipe #448100

    1 Reviews |  By Ceezie

    This is a great recipe for kids to help make - tasty! Recipe Source: Relish Mag

    Recipe #448099

    Just as good with apples just make sure you slice them thin - a mandolin works great to get uniform slices. I also think they would be great with peaches or asian pears. Prep Time includes letting the dough refrigerate This recipe came from Relish Mag - it says it would be great at Thanksgiving but I think its great anytime

    Recipe #447979

    Who doesn't love a pumpkin pie let alone one with a great topping. Recipe Source: Relish Mag

    Recipe #447978

    Bake in a 9in square pan for tall brownies and a bit bigger pan for thinner brownies but keep an eye on them if you do to make sure they don't over cook. Recipe Source: Relish Mag

    Recipe #447976

    2 Reviews |  By Ceezie

    I originally got this recipe from American Profile. I have adjusted it some and play with the ingredients adding fruit when possible. I also subbed caramel sauce for the maple syrup to make is super caramelly!

    Recipe #447960

    Another great recipe from American Profile - I like to make this without the crust - and sometimes put this on oatmeal for breakfast or with toast slices and let the kiddies dip into this in a bowl.

    Recipe #447956

    A great recipe to enjoy in the fall or really anytime of year! Recipe Source: American Profile

    Recipe #447955

    Chop leftover Halloween candies and tuck the pieces into cookie dough in lieu of chocolate chips. Almost any candy will work—Butterfingers, Heath Bars, Milky Ways, Snickers, Kit Kats, M&Ms and even Twizzlers, gum drops, and jelly beans. Recipe Source: American Profile

    Recipe #447954

    This recipe came from my aunt Ruby!! She gave it to me because I had a massive amount of leeks. I am putting it here for safe keeping

    Recipe #447362

    I recently got alot of Ambrosia apples and this cake was so tasty with them. It originally called for tart apples but the Ambrosia's worked great. It is good even without the topping

    Recipe #445016

    2 Reviews |  By Ceezie

    Another great find on American - I like chewy biscotti so I only cook it once.

    Recipe #445015

    I am putting this here for safe keeping as the hubbs doesn't care for traditional gingerbread. It says this has a cake like texture This is from American Profile

    Recipe #445014

    1 Reviews |  By Ceezie

    This recipe came from our local newspaper ... I have tried it yet but fudge with caramels in hooked me.

    Recipe #445013

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