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    Adapted from Taste of Home. Makes a great salad dressing or marinade. Plan ahead - needs to refrigerate several hours or overnight.

    Recipe #274989

    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

    Delicious pesto from Taste of Home. I have used it so many times in so many different ways.....If you can, allow to refrigerate for several hours before using to allow the flavors to blend. (This is not included in recipe time.)

    Recipe #273401

    Basic Blue Cheese Salad Dressing....

    Recipe #271972

    From Taste of Home. A good, quick and easy blue cheese dressing.

    Recipe #273414

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

    Recipe #276649

    I do prefer fresh ingredients, bu tin a pinch, this salsa is quick and easy to prepare with pantry staples.

    Recipe #272301

    A want-to-try recipe from Best of Country Cooking.

    Recipe #299357

    From Taste of Home. I am posting the original recipe that lists instant rice, but I make this with regular brown rice in my steamer/rice cooker which increases the cooking time to about 40-45 minutes.

    Recipe #275655

    Adapted from 30 Day Gourmet. This is a popular dip at our weekly football game gatherings across the street. When made with cheddar cheese per the original recipe, the fat from the cheese tends to "pool", giving the dip a less than appetizing greasy appearance, so I tried it with Velveeta and it still tastes great - and looks much better as well! I serve it warm from my "little dipper" crock pot or a fondue pot - or it also tastes great cooled and chilled as a spread for crackers and celery. Adjust the amount of hot sauce according to your heat tolerance!

    Recipe #276079

    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

    Adapted from Taste of Home. We love this colorful and tasty corn salad. We usually enjoy it in the summertime. My additions are listed as optional.

    Recipe #273997

    I have had this recipe since my newlywed days, when I could have cared less about fat and calories! Now that I am more health conscious, I am not so quick to make them but I hang on to the recipe for sentimental reasons and because they are oh-so-good--and very easy too!

    Recipe #271740

    From Taste of Home. My kids' favorite "cooked" carrots.

    Recipe #275634

    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

    One of my personal favorites from my Best of Country Cooking Cookbook collection. I love chicken cordon bleu, but try to avoid eating too many fried foods. This is a delcious, healthier alternative that tastes great! It looks special enough for company, too - and it is so quick and easy that I often serve it on busy evenings when cooking time is short.

    Recipe #272703

    From Family Fun Magazine. This is one of my kid's favorite sandwiches. I use whole wheat bread. I don't find it necessary to oil the nonstick griddle I grill these on, but you may need to do this depending on your pan, so have left that step in. I don't think the nutritional facts can be right on this recipe...it boggles my mind....:) Nutrional values from my offline recipe software are: Per Serving: 628 Cal (48% from Fat, 9% from Protein, 43% from Carb); 15 g Protein; 35 g Tot Fat; 12 g Sat Fat; 14 g Mono Fat; 70 g Carb; 5 g Fiber; 33 g Sugar; 86 mg Calcium; 3 mg Iron; 564 mg Sodium; 31 mg Cholesterol --- I use either Smart Balance Light with Flax Oil or I Can't Beleive It's Not Butter Spray, but this is calculated with the butter called for.

    Recipe #300031

    From Taste of Home. This recipe works well in a crock-pot also. Complete steps 1 & 2; then put it in a crock-pot to simmer all day. I used to have another recipe very similar to this called Cincinnati-Style Chili that I lost ........ I top it off with shredded Cheddar cheese.

    Recipe #275211

    Adapted from Quick Cooking Magazine. This is a good recipe when you need a very quick-to-fix meal on the table. I have made it with the chicken broth option, as I didn't have white wine the night I made it (I don't drink, so unless I buy wine for a recipe - it's not something I have readily available in the pantry). I used shrimp and with the chicken broth, I thought it was a bit bland and added 1/2 tsp. garlic powder (rounded), 1/4 tsp. onion powder (rounded), and 1/2 cup parmesan cheese to make it more to our liking. I also used evaporated fat free milk instead of the heavy cream to make it lighter and more healthy. If you use the wine, you may not need these extra additions. The magazine also suggests using broccoli or asparagus in place of the artichike hearts, if desired.

    Recipe #299423

    From Taste of Home. Quick and easy! We enjoy these sandwiches with their tangy honey-mustard sauce. I usually make a bit of additional sauce and mix it with some mayo to spread on the sandwich buns. I also use the lesser amount of cayenne pepper to allow for the little taste buds in our family and often grill the chicken instead of broiling it. Either way, we think they're tasty!

    Recipe #274987

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