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    from Sunny Anderson of Food Network...these are AMAZING! They are slightly crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. My family LOVED them! It is very important that you use the parchment paper on your cookie sheets. It helps your cookies to not spread too much and to not stick to the cookie sheet!

    Recipe #475409

    This is based off the Kitchenaide 60 minute roll recipe but I just tweaked a little bit by adding some extra flavors to the mix. This recipe is for a stand mixer. If you want the onion/garlic flavors to be stronger add more....less then add less.

    Recipe #452532

    This is like the Haupia dessert except this is served warm over pancakes. I like to add coconut and or macadamia nuts to "plain" pancakes and serve it with this as it's syrup or you can use in in pineapple crepes and add pecans!

    Recipe #436989

    We had a Luau potluck over the weekend and these bars were brought by a friend. She got the recipe out of a church cookbook from Hawaii. These were served warm almost like an apple crisp and I think a scoop of ice cream would have been perfect...they were more like a dessert when served warm but more of a "bar" when cooled.

    Recipe #436986

    This is a recipe from Taste of Home that my family just loves. It mixes two of our favorite things! The recipe says that it even freezes well but we usually eat the left overs the next day!

    Recipe #419535

    This is one of my all time favorite Pampered Chef recipes. It is out of their Celebrate cookbook...of course I altered it some but it's still close to the original. I often times do not put the chopped red pepper in and I usually use 2 c of mozzarella and 1 c of cheddar. I have posted the ingredients as to the original recipe.

    Recipe #407374

    This doesn't use a "starter" and so can be made a little more on demand that the breads where it may take a week or longer to make a starter. It also uses some whole wheat flour as well as rye flour making this loaf is a little "lighter". You can leave out the caraway seeds if you prefer a bread without them. Read the directions thoroughly...I was confused the first time I read through as the flours are added at different times.

    Recipe #385358

    It is more authentic using chicken breast halves with bones and skin but I wanted to lighten it up a bit. You can top with finely chopped onion, diced avocado, sour cream, tortilla chips and lime wedges- if desired.

    Recipe #383998

    One of our favorite things at our local Hawaiian Mix Plate! Prep time includes the sitting overnight in the fridge. This definitely isn't a "quick" recipe but it is worth the wait.

    Recipe #381596

    I love these on hot summer evenings! They really hit the spot! Sometimes I boil the chicken in chicken broth instead of water. Sometimes I use shredded lettuce. Sometimes I use buffalo wing sauce instead of barbecue sauce. Sometimes I add avocado. Here is the basic recipe. Tweak it how you want and have fun with it! It's a fun summery recipe!

    Recipe #380894

    A fun, easy to make snack that kids and adults love. You can keep a can of apple pie filling around to use instead of fresh apples if you would prefer.

    Recipe #378706

    I love shortbread and I like sugar cookies but a cookie that is both...that's heaven! This is the kind of icing that "dries" and makes almost like a candy shell on the cookie. When the icing is dry, store in an airtight container for up to a week. You can also keep the unbaked dough in the fridge for up to a week...but who can resist making these that long? You have to use butter to get the right taste. Sometimes just for a different flavor I add a teaspoon or two of almond extract.

    Recipe #370891

    I made this by grabbing things out of the pantry one night when I was in a hurry. I made a cup of rice in the microwave and added it too. I think it could go either way - with or without the rice. I would think you could add other spices to mix up the flavor based on your preference! The Rotel tomatoes make it decently spicy as is.

    Recipe #357971

    I wanted a recipe that didn't use Minute Rice as I am not a fan. I also wanted it to use Velveeta instead of cheese whiz. I found this recipe on and loved that it also had celery and onion for a full rounded flavor.

    Recipe #355544

    Another take on citrus teriyaki glaze. I like both of my recipes and use them each for the same items....chicken and salmon...but they are each slightly different so it just depends on my mood!

    Recipe #354200

    This glaze is good on chicken or salmon. My favorite is boneless chicken wings or fritteres!

    Recipe #354106

    This of my version of the ultimate easy and cheater chicken pot pie. We make this on nights when the family is all going a different direction but we want some comfort food! It comes together really quickly and uses every day ingredients. When I have the time I make my own crust and I sometimes use different vegetables. I have even used frozen stew veggies that I thawed before cooking! Sometimes I used canned chicken! You can make it as easy or complicated as you want!

    Recipe #351699

    These are easy to throw together for a quick dinner with salad or if you have the time with refried beans and Recipe #306665.

    Recipe #351596

    When I want Jo Jo's....I don't want a baked version....I am looking for the diet wrecking kind. Sometimes I do these in wedges...sometimes I slice them in rounds. We often serve these when we are making fried chicken in our turkey fryer and all diet bets are off. We have to do this at least once a year for a deck party and everyone loves it!

    Recipe #350844

    Apple crisp is one of my favorite desserts..especially served warm.

    Recipe #342782

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