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    There are a great way of sneaking a vegetable into your baking. You will not taste the shredded zucchini in this recipe. The Zucchini provides moisture to this cookie and make these cookies soft and almost muffin like. These cookies will not be like your standard drop cookie, these will be a rounded soft cookie. Give these a chance, you won't be sorry in the end.

    Recipe #378788

    My mom has used this recipe for 40 years now and it is the best chocolate chip cookie recipe I have ever had. The cookie is crisp around the edges and yet chewy at the same time. I will occasionally omit the nuts due to food allergies for those I'm feeding. I get alot of people questioning how all my cookies are the same size, I'm old school and will still use a teaspoon or tablespoon and my fingers to slide the cookie dough off the spoon. No need for fancy ice cream scoops if you don't want to. :) This will surely become a favorite of yours once you give it a try....

    Recipe #378778

    I get so many rave reviews for this banana bread, courtesy of Southern living. My father-in-law will request this every couple of weeks and I can happily oblige due to the over ripe bananas we have in our home. The cream cheese keeps the bread nice and moist and the pecans are a nice added texture. :) I hope you enjoy it as much as we do. One thing to point out I prefer to use Nucoa Margarine, it doesn't burn, it doesn't contain milk or whey either) In the end..it makes a prettier loaf of bread)

    Recipe #364985

    This recipe is tried and true,infact I've used it for over a dozen years. Terrific to help get rid of that bumper crop of zucchini out in the garden. I will even shred the zuchinni and freeze it in ziplocks for the winter time when I go on my baking sprees. The spices really make this recipe, thanks to the cinnamon and cloves. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #380589

    Talk about Yummy!! You won't regret investing the time to make this recipe, I promise. Do try this with egg noodles, it is a night and day difference from the boxed variety found in your supermarket eisle. I have modified Ree's recipe slightly by increasing the carrots, celery, and adding chicken base to this recipe and omitting the salt because of the saltiness of the chicken base. I also doubled the amount of flour for thickening based off my own experience and preference. Please feel free to modify it based off your own preferences. I hope you enjoy this as much as we have. :)

    Recipe #411078

    I found this recipe in the October 09' Family Circle. The peanut flavor in this bar cookie is perfect thanks to the cookie and frosting combination. I'm not a huge peanut butter "cookie" fan however I think these are delicious. Give these a shot, you won't be sorry. *Please note these make two 13x9 pans of cookies, including frosting.

    Recipe #396639

    I found this recipe on the AimeesAdventures.com while doing Weight Watchers. Though I no longer follow Weight Watchers I still use this recipe often. This is a terrific quick, low-fat, meatless recipe.

    Recipe #388315

    This is a really yummy alternative to the traditional chex mix. I cannot recall where exactly I got this recipe from, I wish I could remember so that I can thank the person. I love the combination of sliced almond and almond extract...add the coconut...YUMMY! I was initially concerned with how sticky this would be however; it came out terrific. The original author gave this snack as a Christmas gift to neighbors and provided a cute little note "We made a list and "chexed" it twice, to be sure we included our neighbors so nice". I hope you enjoy this as much as I do.

    Recipe #448444

    This is one of my all time favorites e.v.e.r. Only 6 ingredients, there is no reason for convenience foods when you have these in your pantry/fridge. The sour cream is essential to adding a tang to the dish. Make sure to add it to the end of the cooking process so that you don't curdle it. I hope you adopt this as one of your own.

    Recipe #380591

    I found this recipe in the June 2010 Parenting magazine. I just made this recipe tonight for dinner...and boy did my husband and I really enjoy it!! Using chicken thighs really provided a moist piece of meat. Give this recipe a try, you won't be sorry.

    Recipe #436087

    Once again Ree Drummond hits it out of the ballpark. This recipe is terrific and terrific for leftover holiday ham. Rich, creamy....just plain delish!! The only modification I made was that I added 1 Tbsp of garlic powder to the cream mixture for taste, feel free to add more. Definately give this one a try, you won't regret it.

    Recipe #497588

    My sister-in-law found this a couple years ago and started to bring it to bon fires and get-togethers. You would think this would be a difficult snack to make because of the way it tastes. The buttery pretzels, popcorn and brown sugar....talk about yummy!!! A extra hand when pouring the mixture over the popcorn comes in handy if you have a second set willing to help. Terrific snack to have at your next Super bowl event, bunko, car trip, the list goes on and on. My husband and I made batches of this, put it into a cute container, cellophane and a cute ornament on top....and instant gift to give to your neighbors, teachers, the list goes on and on. You can use seasonal m&m's if you want to change it up. ;) I hope you love this as much as we do. *Please note the M&M's will not adhere to all of the mixture, the same applies to the nuts.

    Recipe #379873

    I found this recently on an insert in a magazine. I have to admit I haven't made this yet however; the ingredients sound terrific together. This would be terrific as a snack for lunches, or for a fall party thanks to all the warm spices.

    Recipe #463166

    Though I have yet to try this recipe...it HAS to be good due to the yummy components that make it what it is. I can't recall where I found this recipe...however whoever thought of it is a genius in my book. :) This is one of those recipes you save for a raining day, broke the heel off your favorite shoes, dog ran away kinda recipes. The originator of this recipe left a serving note, For those who simply cat eat a grilled cheese without soup, I think a bowl of slightly melty strawberry ice cream would complement it quite nicely. ;) Please let me know what you think of this recipe, the good, the bad, and the ugly.

    Recipe #426563

    Now you see them, now you don't! I can't recall where I got this recipe from however, the individual did adapt it from the Cake Mix Doctor Returns. I haven't tried this recipe due to my dietary restrictions, BUT I have made this recipe and have quized all who have consumed these as to their opinions. Everyone loved these!! I hope you do as well :)

    Recipe #423762

    This recipe brings back alot of great childhood memories for me. This recipe is beefy in flavor, hearty for your hungry eaters, this meal is a comfort food in the dead of winter or the heat of the summer. I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I have.

    Recipe #378734

    I discovered The Pioneer woman earlier this year and am happy that I did. Ree does a tremendous job providing detailed instructions and pictures on how to make all of her recipes. I made these quesadillas last month..and man oh man are they good! I found the key for these quesadillas is cooking the vegetables separately from the shrimp, chopping the shrimp into small pieces, and of course the butter used in the cooking of the assembled quesadilla...use butter...I promise...you won't be sorry you did. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #406118

    Talk about flavor,This recipe is chalked full of them. My friend Susanna would make requests for these so much I decided to name them after her. Don't bat an eye at the quantity of extracts, it's what makes these biscotti. These are not rock hard like some recipes I have tried, though they are still terrific dunking in your morning coffee or in the hands of your favorite child. I hope you give these a shot, they are worth the effort.

    Recipe #378999

    This is a rich and decadent dessert. A little bit goes a long ways with this recipe. This is a terrific dessert for dinner parties or even an alternative to a traditional cake. Please note the lack of flour in this recipe..in the end...you won't even miss it. ;) This does take alot of prep time, I recommend planning ahead on this one.

    Recipe #380600

    I bought the 2007 Taste of Home low fat Comfort food cookbook and found this gem in it. We love this recipe!! What sets this apart from the typical Bisquick recipe is that this recipe calls for poultry seasoning and thyme...it's all about flavor with these two. It also calls for lower in fat ingredients as well tons of flavor without the typical fat you can find in your traditional pot pie. If you are following weight watchers, this serves 6 people (1 1/3 cup of the mixture) with two biscuits each and only 6 weight watcher points a serving. *****I changed this recipe up...rather then 2-16 oz BAGS of veggies as the original recipe called for...I just opted for one. With how it only serves 6....it would of been way too many veggies. Also...rather then using thawed veggies I opted to keep them frozen...that way the veggies wouldn't be mush after the baking process. You will love this one!!!

    Recipe #365107

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