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    From the back of Publix butterscotch morsels. When I submit the recipe, it is changing the butterscotch morsels to Nestle, but I used the Publix brand.

    Recipe #283837

    I make these on a large electric T-Fal griddle so that I can make the whole family's meal at once. Instructions are given based on cooking in this manner, but these could easily be made on a grill or Panini grill as well. The pesto recipe is a little thicker than I normally make it to prevent the oil inthe pesto from saturating the bread before the sandwich is done. Cook and prep time include time for making pesto and marinade, but do not include the time needed to marinate the chicken, so plan ahead! You'll be glad you did! :) **We really like this sandwich (created for RSC#11), but not the Nutritional Facts! If you would like to lighten it up a bit, instuctions are at the bottom of the page......

    Recipe #283025

    If I could go anywhere in the world, my dream destination would be Greece! I haven't made it there yet and don't know when I will, but at least I can enjoy Greek food! This chicken dish is all dressed up, wearing bow ties and full of delicious flavors. My family gives this 5 stars! Don't know if you'll agree - try it and see what you think.Cook and prep time estimates include time needed for mixing marinades and chopping. Plan ahead for marinating - time does not include marinating time. I cut the chicken into bite-size pieces mainly because it makes it easier for my children to eat (we don't have to worry about cutting the meat at serving time), but feel free to cut it into strips if you like.

    Recipe #282930

    From Taste of Home. I made this a while ago and don't remember enough to give it an adequate description, other than I wrote on the recipe that we liked it. Once I make it again, I will update my description... : )

    Recipe #280698

    From Zone Perfect Meals in seconds. This is my favorite hummus recipe - delicious flavor and a great balance of protein/carbs/fat. My DH and SIL, both big hummus fans, say they prefer my hummus over any other. I often serve it alongside quinoa tabouleh as an appetizer with pretzels/crackers/celery for dipping or as a spread in wraps, etc.

    Recipe #278076

    My first introduction to quinoa. A very good recipe that I make frequently. The serving size is estimated....

    Recipe #278074

    One of the many recipes pulled from my Granny's good ol' country cookbooks! I've been making this since I got married (in 1995). I recently misplaced it (obviously found it now) and tried in vain to find the recipe elsewhere. I tried several different recipes and none came close to this one. Could be sentimentality, but I think it's the best one out there! I often substitute some unsweetened applesauce for some of the shortening and whole grain flour for all purpose, but for the best pound cake texture and, if it's for a treat - go all out and make it as written! If it lasts long enough, the flavor gets better with each day that passes. I have tried in the past to wrap it and let it sit for a few days, but with my houseful of hungry little beggars, that rarely happens. As soon as they smell it baking, they're waiting with hands outstretched....

    Recipe #277708

    Another of my childhood favorites I often found waiting for me at Granny's house. It's cool, creamy chocolaty....need I say more? **Note** The recipe does not specify size of Cool Whip. I buy the largest one.

    Recipe #277709

    My Granny's banana pudding - the only one that's worth me spending the calories on! As the recipe title suggests, I won't touch the kind made with instant banana pudding - and don't give me anything with meringue on it, either...this doesn't last much more than a day around here. Chilling time is not included in time estimates.

    Recipe #277686

    From Southern Living Light & Easy Comfort Food.

    Recipe #277631

    From the 1989 edition of our church cookbook. My mom made this recipe several times when I was in my late teens and still living at home. I made sure when I left that I had the recipe and lost it several months ago! I now have it again and am posting it before I have a chance to lose it again. It's nothing too fancy, but I like it!

    Recipe #277593

    From the 1989 edition of our church cookbook. This is one of my favorite ground beef casseroles. I thought I had lost it forever and have been searching and racking my brain for months trying to remember all of the ingredients. I was at my mom's house the other day and was flipping through this cookbook - and look what I found! It freezes and reheats well; it's a good dish to prepare ahead of time since it can be refrigerated and then baked later. **Note** This also works great in the crock-pot. Simply layer the ingredients as you would in a casserole dish and cook on low for about 4 hours.

    Recipe #277591

    I used to work for a doctor's office many years ago and got this recipe off of a calendar. They are packed with fruit - makes a lot and freeze well. **PLEASE NOTE** If you substitute store-bought wheat flour for the all-purpose, you do not need to add the additional amount of flour - just use the same amount as all-purpose, or half all-purpose and half wheat.

    Recipe #277521

    These calzones are very popular with my kids and DH. I make my own pizza dough and double the sauce to make sure we have plenty for dipping. I also frequently toss in 1 cup of frozen green pepper/ red pepper/ onion blend instead of the onion and bell pepper called for. I have made them with ground beef, but our favorite way is with leftover roast beef. Either way, they're good! These freeze well also.

    Recipe #277269

    A tangy sauce, combine with green pepper and pineapple, tranforms pre-made meatballs (I use Recipe #276934) into a delightful main dish served over rice or as an appetizer. From Quick Cooking magazine.

    Recipe #276977

    I'm on a search for the best homemade applesauce. Here is one that I've tried from Quick Cooking - I make it in a crock pot instead of on top of the stove. Add more or less sugar depending on your preference.

    Recipe #276972

    This satisfying slow-simmered chili features chicken, two kinds of beans and crunchy corn. It's quick, easy and tastes great. My DD especially enjoys it - she practically licks her bowl clean. Before serving, I like to take about 1/2 - 3/4 cup of the beans from the soup and puree them in a blender with a little of the broth. Then stir back into the soup for a thicker chili. I often serve it with Recipe #272212.

    Recipe #276968

    This delicious glazed treat is good for breakfast or dessert. It is a frequent and welcome addition to our Sunday School breakfast buffet! From Quick Cooking magazine, but I have also seen this recipe in several other cookbooks as well...

    Recipe #276960

    Quick to make, cool and refreshing to eat! A great Spring or Summertime dessert. Actually, since it used canned fruit, you don't have to limit yourself to Spring and Summer....from Quick Cooking Magazine.

    Recipe #276950

    From Quick Cooking Magazine. For make-ahead convenience, marinate these chicken breasts overnight. They are great as-is, or also make yummy chicken sandwiches.

    Recipe #276939

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