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    Extremely rich and extravagant, slice into slivers for maximum enjoyment (less guilt--more enjoyment!). Cooking time includes chilling in fridge & baking time.

    Recipe #319426

    4 Reviews |  By Debber

    Complex flavors meld into a delightfully tasteful explosion on the plate.

    Recipe #319425

    Here's a good excuse to buy those crescents rolls in the tube. Don't blink--you might miss one--they're so fast and easy!

    Recipe #319420

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    Similar to one of my favorite selections at Panera Bread restaurant--this one will work for lunch as is with a few carrot-sticks on the side OR add a cup of soup or small salad for delicious dinner-time fare. I don't have a panini-maker--so my two large cast-iron frying pans get called into action.

    Recipe #319419

    This is an extravagant splurge, so please cut the pieces in skinny slivers and the calorie count isn't so damaging! Make sure the cream cheese is at room temp for the best consistency of the batter. Try using orange flavoring instead of the usual vanilla--the orange and the chocolate will POP in your mouth. Cooking time does NOT include chilling time...so please PLAN AHEAD---this needs time to chill. Gotta love those folks at Gooseberry Patch--for always publishing such excellent recipes! Mmm-good!

    Recipe #318986

    What a sweet addition to the holiday platter of Christmas cookies and confections! A bit fussy to make, but WELL WORTH the time and satisfaction of making your own. COOKING TIME includes "standing time" and chilling time....so don't just STAND there--CHILL out darling! Ho Ho Ho! Those gals at Gooseberry Patch sure know what they're doing, now don't they!?

    Recipe #318982

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    Brew up a batch of this, pour into thermos jugs and insulated cups, hop into the car and drive to the Tree Farm to find your perfect Christmas tree. This will warm you up while you traipse through the rows and rows of trees. When you find the perfect tree, then pour a cup of punch, nibble on some Christmas cookies you also thoughtfully packed (needing nourishment after all that hunting!), and enjoy the scenery. If you're lucky there will be some beautifully falling snowflakes to add to the anticipation. Double or triple the recipe for a crowd--this freezes and thaws nicely for another occasion, too. You can adjust this and make it in the crock-pot too. Count on the Gooseberry Patch ladies to come up with another winner!

    Recipe #318764

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    Very beautiful combination of flavors and festively colored as well. Not just for Christmas, but also lovely to serve for a ladies' gathering, tea or summer soiree! COOKING TIME is for thawing the lemonade and softening the sherbet...NO COOKING INVOLVED! Once again those gals at Gooseberry Patch get the credit for another excellent recipe.

    Recipe #318603

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    Snowflakes drifting by the frosty windows, but inside we're listening to Christmas carols and decorating cut-out cookies. Dad comes and stomps the snow from his boots. Christmas Saturday, and we're ready for a piece of this special fudgy cake to load up our plates, with a glass of icy milk alongside. COOKING TIME includes chilling the cake. Thanks to Gooseberry Patch for another excellent recipe.

    Recipe #318601

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    Very festive and oh-so-easy to bring to the table! Let the kids work alongside and it's even MORE fun (they love working the apple-corer-peeler-slicer). Cooking time includes straining/milling. Thanks to Gooseberry Patch for a great recipe that's sure to be handed down to the next generation!

    Recipe #318549

    Get this heating up while you sing Christmas carols around the neighborhood OR take a thermos-ful along for the annual cross-country skiing jaunt OR to warm the hunters when they come in from their deer-stands! Thanks to Gooseberry Patch for an excellent recipe!!

    Recipe #318058

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    Hands-down--this is a WINNER in the "keep the heat out of the kitchen" category of summer cooking at our house! This is a slightly different spin on ordinary roasted/baked potatoes and steak on the grill. And so simple, too! Timing is important, so make sure the table is set, and the family is ready to sit down--cuz when those steaks come off the grill, you wanna sit right down and eat!

    Recipe #317243

    56 Reviews |  By Debber

    If you like loading your baked potatoes will all those delish dairy ingredients, then you'll love this soup recipe, too! Original recipe calls for only four slices of bacon, but I -- being a little piggy -- love the bacon, so we always use more like 8 to 12 slices. You decide which you prefer.

    Recipe #301754

    4 Reviews |  By Debber

    Oooey, gooey and oh-so-good you'll want to eat 'em all! But really, save some for the next day or two, as they get better with time...and willpower is a good thing to test from time to time! A good friend brought over a batch of these little beauties as a thank you for hosting a homeschooling (CACHE = Coulee Area Christian Home Educators) function. I've made this right in the baking pan, too---with very good results. Allow pan to cool before cutting otherwise the ooey will be really gooey.

    Recipe #293866

    10 Reviews |  By Debber

    Beautiful presentation: a breakfast parfait! Instead of slurping, you get to spoon it up. Endless variations depending on your own tastes--so customize as you like. The recipe is made for ONE serving, adjust to the number of diners. If you let the Crunchy sit for an hour or so, the cereal absorbs moisture from the yogurt and goes from crunchy to chewy. Use frozen or fresh fruit, depending on what you have available.

    Recipe #290090

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    Definitely something the girls will love on a warm summer afternoon, sitting in the lawn chairs in dappled shade--watching the grass grow! Switch out the juice for a different flavor and have some variety! *Taste of Home* does it again!! (note: cooking time is "chilling" time)

    Recipe #284775

    5 Reviews |  By Debber

    Saw this one in Taste of Home's Feb-Mar 08 issue; made a few adjustments to suit our tastebuds, and this is the lovely result! This will put a smile on your face as the aroma wafts through the kitchen!

    Recipe #283769

    3 Reviews |  By Debber

    Here's a meal ready in a few minutes if you have all the ingredients on hand, thanks to the folks at Taste of Home magazine! Mix-n-match your favorite flavors--use your creativity to come up with your OWN flavorites!

    Recipe #283656

    1 Reviews |  By Debber

    Rhubarb and strawberries or raspberries are great combinations--screaming SUMMER! Here is a dessert that will bring a smile even in the midst of the heat and humidity--a trip to the berry patch will be worth the effort in the blazing sun! From *Taste of Home's* Feb-Mar '08 issue recipe cards....yummo! COOKING TIME INCLUDES CHILLING TIME--plan ahead!

    Recipe #283597

    3 Reviews |  By Debber

    Similar to one of my favorite selections at Panera Bread restaurant--this one will work for lunch as is with a few carrot-sticks on the side OR add a cup of soup or small salad for delicious dinner-time fare. I don't have a panini-maker--so my two large cast-iron frying pans get called into action.

    Recipe #283027

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