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    Given to me by my midwife's assistant to help with my protein intake. I really find it hard to believe that anything that tastes this good could be good for you. Original recipe calls for almonds, but I only had walnuts, so I'm listing those instead.

    Recipe #484966

    I hope you like it. I discovered this recipe in a pregnant moment. It's a good combination of chocolate and raspberry.

    Recipe #436058

    Discovered while I was making cheddar biscuits and said to myself, "I wonder what these would taste like with pecans." You could probably halve the ingredients with good results. I didn't have "thick" sour milk. Instead, I used a couple dollops plain yogurt and milk to the 2 cup mark. Serve with butter.

    Recipe #373444

    My bread pans are 12 x 4.5 inches. I made 2 large loaves and 8 hamburger buns. I used my Kitchen Aide to mix it. Make sure all your ingredients are room temperature... or do like I did and use very warm water to heat up the frozen shredded cheddar. I used an instant read thermometer to make sure I didn't kill the yeast! This made 8 pounds of dough. Prep time does not include rise time. Please be sure to leave me constructive reviews. This is the first time I've made this recipe. I thought it was pretty good (the children ate it), but I think it could be improved.

    Recipe #341347

    My husband said these should be called Creamella Crackers. They were an unexpected treat after eggs for supper.

    Recipe #300627

    Daughter called it "buttery goodness". For serving on pasta or veggies.

    Recipe #283952

    Every time I take my children to my aunt's home she makes us these donuts and serves them with bacon. Perhaps it's the love she puts in them, but they're 100 times better then Krispy Kreme.

    Recipe #275609

    A high protein alternative. Serve with a sprinkle of toffee chips or caramel topping or cherry pie filling and whipped cream. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #273074

    This was on the Pizza Kit box when I was a teenager (years ago). I haven't seen it in a long time, but it's one of my favorite comfort foods. Our family is fairly large, so I use the "Family Size" box now.

    Recipe #268881


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