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    From Quick Cooking Magazine. These sandwiches are so yummy no one will guess frozen meatballs - I use Recipe #276934 - are your secret ingredient! They also make easy appetizers if unexpected guests stop by.

    Recipe #276936

    From Quick Cooking (now calle Simple & Delicious). This versatile meatball mix that makes about 12 dozen meatballs, or 5 batches of 30 each that can be frozen for future use. I mix it up, set bowls of it on the table, line my three kids up armed with their own baking sheets & measuring spoons. They have a great time making the meatballs, then I bake them and "flash" freeze them, package them up and I've got lots of meatballs ready for recipes such as Recipe #276936, Recipe #276977, Recipe #275572 and, of course, Spaghetti!

    Recipe #276934

    From Quick Cooking (now called Simple & Delicious)Magazine. Sliced apples are sprinkled with a tasty topping made with oats, brown sugar and butterscotch pudding mix. Served wtih ice cream, this dessert is always well received.

    Recipe #276924

    Fresh or frozen peaches star in these not-too-sweet crumb- topped muffins from Quick Cooking magazine.

    Recipe #276730

    This crisp uses convenient pie filling and cooks in the microwave, so you can make it in no time! You can easily substitute different flavors of pie filling. From Quick Cooking Magazine.

    Recipe #276722

    From 30 Day Gourmet. Made this tender chicken recently and my DH and kids really enjoyed it. I served it over Lo Mein - DH and DS ate their chicken and Lo Mein separately, my other DS, DD, and myself pulled the chicken off the bone and ate it with the Lo Mein - DD also added some Duck Sauce to hers.

    Recipe #276717

    From Quick Cooking Magazine (now called Simple & Delicious). Ginger, honey, garlic powder and green onion blend nicely in an easy marinade that gives pleasant flavor to salmon - one of my favorite fish.

    Recipe #276673

    From Quick Cooking (now called Simple & Delicious). These biscuits taste like the ones I love at Red Lobster. Shredded cheddar cheese adds nice color, and a tasty butter mixture brushed on top of these drop biscuits provides a burst of garlic flavor.

    Recipe #276667

    From Quick Cooking Magazine. (Now called Simple & Delicious). My kids especially love this chicken - I cut the chicken into strips or nuggets for them before breading and serve them with a homemade honey mustard sauce for dipping.

    Recipe #276664

    From Quick Cooking (now called Simple & Delicious).Moist layers of chocolate cake with a sweet and creamy filling. These treats are handy to keep in the freezer for lunches and snacks.

    Recipe #276660

    From Quick Cooking (now called Simple & Delicious). We love fresh basil, and grow some in our very little garden every year. Not only is this dish simple to prepare, it tastes delicious. I substitute evaporated fat-free or low-fat milk for the whipping cream to make it a bit healthier. I fyou pound your chicken to an even thickness (about 1/2") the times should be pretty accurate.

    Recipe #276657

    From Quick Cooking Magazine (now called Simple & Delicious). Quick & easy - great in the summer when I don't want to heat up my oven - and the kitchen.

    Recipe #276653

    From Quick Cooking (now called Simple & Delicious). A tasty combination of chocolate, coffee and cinnamon.

    Recipe #276649

    From Quick Cooking (now called Simple & Delicious). This cake has a chewy, nutty topping and big butterscotch flavor.

    Recipe #276648

    From Light & Tasty. The recipe suggests serving this sunny, citrusy chicken over rice. It's also a really good way to top a summer salad....

    Recipe #276354

    My favorite entree from the Olive Garden. They took it off their menu and I was so disappointed - until I found it on their website!

    Recipe #276317

    From I think these taste even better than the Grandma's brand I use to buy as a teenager at convenience stores - same taste, but much fresher because it is homemade!

    Recipe #276264

    From Even More Top Secret Recipes by Todd Wilbur. I am a huge chocolate chip cookie fan and this is one of THE best chocolate chip cookies! The recipe says to chill the dough overnight before baking - this chilling time is not included in the prep/cook time.

    Recipe #276259

    From Light & Tasty. A creamy, healthy and quick one-dish meal. I think I use a little more lemon pepper seasoning when I make it, but have not noted it on the recipe, so adjust according to taste. Alson tastes great with a little white wine added to the sauce - maybe 1/2 cup chicken broth plus 1/2 cup white wine....or is good as-is - whatever you prefer.:)

    Recipe #276254

    This roast also works well in the crock pot. Brown the roast, then place in crock pot with the next 5 ingredients. I let it cook on low all day, then stir the next 2 ingredients into the broth, switch to high and let cook until thickened (approx. 20 min.) if serving with gravy. Serve with yellow or Spanish rice. Sometimes I don't make the gravy and instead shred the meat and use it for burritios, etc....Cooking time is based on directions below....Omit the gravy step if you would like to use this roast shredded for burritos, tacos, etc......that's actually how I usually use it. :)

    Recipe #276088

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