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    I combined a couple of different recipes to make this awesome marinara. I could eat it alone!!!

    Recipe #412143

    My best friend Lauren gave me this recipe and I changed a couple of things to suit my tastes. It gets so crispy and delicious if you make it in the crockpot. Just follow the same directions except set crockpot to low for a couple hours and you can turn it to high for a little while to get the sides crispy. I love lots of cheese and this recipe definitely satisfies my craving!!

    Recipe #410300

    This is one of my most requested foods to bring to parties. It's deliciously cheesy and the cornflakes are surprisingly the perfect topper to these potatoes. I advise against making this in a crockpot, it does not turn out as good. The 13 X 9 glass baking dish is definitely the way to go.

    Recipe #410293

    1 Reviews |  By KeLynn

    The whole house smells amazing while this is cooking in the slow cooker all day. It goes great with rolls or Italian bread and it heats up well for lunch the next day.

    Recipe #410122

    Many years ago my sister's friend's mom used to make this for us. I thought it was a much more complicated recipe that it really is. I made individual bags of it for the holidays and took some to work. Everyone loved it and it's been named "Kelly's Candy". I saw a similiar recipe in Taste of Home. I make in in two batches.

    Recipe #410121

    This dip is always a big hit at parties!! I've been told by many that it's the best spinach artichoke dip that they have tasted. Like many dishes it should be seasoned to your taste. Towards the end of cook time I add some seasonings, taste the dip on bread, and then add more seasonings as needed. The "secret ingredient" is really what makes this dip so creamy and delicious.

    Recipe #410120

    Perfect for any day of the week or with Thanksgiving dinner. Reheat leftovers on the stove with a splash of milk. My boyfriend said the onion powder gives these potatoes their great taste.

    Recipe #410102

    I used to hate all pasta salads until my best friend's mom made one a few years back. I tried a small bite of it and loved the flavor. The dressing used gives it a nice kick. I cook the pasta the night before and mix in the dry ranch, cucumber, pepperoni, olives, and half of the bottle of dressing to let the flavors mix overnight. The next day I add the cheeses and the remaining dressing. It's the perfect summer side dish and always goes quick at cookouts.

    Recipe #410099

    1 Reviews |  By KeLynn

    This recipe is my boyfriend's absolute favorite dinner that I make. I gave the recipe to my parents and they've made it twice in one week and my dad doesn't even like tacos!!! I usually just buy the hard shell taco kit because the seasoning is already included. It's so juicy and full of flavor, you'll love it!!! I list my portions for 2 so just multiply if you are serving for more people. Even though I have an accounting degree it's always easier to multiply ingredients than divide :p

    Recipe #410096

    1 Reviews |  By KeLynn

    This chicken was my most requested dinner when I was living at home. Now I make it quite often. It's perfect for a worknight because it's super simple. I'm not usually a fan of swiss cheese but it definitely gives this recipe it's unique taste. The bundles will stay together quite well if you place them crease side down but toothpicks may be used if needed. I love serving this with rice and mixed veggies. To reheat the oven works much better than the microwave.

    Recipe #410091


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