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    A quick snack or appetizer with items I always have on hand. Sometimes I top these with a sprinkle of paprika for some color.

    Recipe #138504

    Quick low-carb snack. I find that these work better than some similar recipes that use shredded cheese. The spices on these really 'pop' too - Yum!!!! I've also used Colby-Jack cheese, and it works great.

    Recipe #129456

    Great low-carb snack or appetizer. I have been keeping these on hand for the munchies :)

    Recipe #129454

    A rich, yummy brownie with a cream cheese swirl and a thin chocolate-y icing. Starts with a brownie mix, and makes a 9x13 pan. This is a recipe my mom has made for years. **Note: the 1 egg and 1/4 c. oil in ingredients is for the brownie mix I use; prepare your mix as directed on the box, if it calls for more or less oil, water, etc. **

    Recipe #118280

    I adopted this recipe, which was originally submitted by Mean Chef. Mean's original comment: "From Sunset Magazine"

    Recipe #117948

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com This recipe is supposedly the one served at Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville restaurants. My hubby is a big, big fan of Key Lime Pie, and we've sampled them about everywhere (including several in Key West), but I'd never made one until he requested it for his birthday. This is easy, creamy, flavorful, and it fills the crust to the top. Would be good also topped with a bit of raspberry puree. * I use recipe #112635 for the graham cracker crust.

    Recipe #113491

    I adopted this recipe after my friend Shelly departed the site. Shelly's original description: "Crescent rolls, cream cheese, corn chips? Can you say heaven and South Beach be damned? LOL"

    Recipe #112407

    This delicious cake comes together fast, starting with a cake mix. I think the flavor is very subtle, and the cake is quite moist. The original recipe had a syrupy sweet icing on it, but I added the coconut/brown sugar on top instead, and I think it makes this a nice snacking cake. (*NOTE: I used a fruit cocktail I've found that has guava, mango, etc., and found the pieces a little large, so I chopped it up a bit before adding to mixture. The regular fruit cocktail with grapes, etc., should be fine w/o that)

    Recipe #110479

    This is a delicious, simple dessert recipe that I adapted with Pillsbury crescent rolls. I whipped it up one weeknight, and it baked while we ate dinner. It's best served warm, and it's moist & chocolate-y. This could also be a nice sweet treat for a brunch.

    Recipe #110100

    This is so simple; it's my favorite fruit salad combination. My grandmother whips this up every holiday and serves it with fresh whipped cream; I like it topped with a sprinkling of granola. So healthy! This is best served about 2 hours after refrigerating. It's good, though, for 2-3 days in the refrigerator, but the banana will turn a little soft. (Cooking time is refrigeration, but you can eat it as soon as you prepare it too)

    Recipe #108275

    This recipe was in my paper recently and I made them for my co-workers. DIVINE! I looked & looked and was surprised I couldn't find it already on Zaar.

    Recipe #108248

    My boss makes this bread every holiday season, and it is soooo good. I couldn't believe my life was devoid of cranberry bread before I met my boss! :) *note - this makes 2 loaves of bread *note2 - the bread requires 2 days of refrigeration before serving. (and it freezes really really well)

    Recipe #105209

    My grandmother has made this every holiday since I was 10 or so -- it is my very favorite holiday dish, and I now make it to take to my DH's family events! It's best if you refrigerated it OVERNIGHT before baking; the most time-consuming active part is the actual grating of the potatoes -- I use a large-hole grater.

    Recipe #104555

    Recipe posted by request; from Bisquick cookbook. *** The Jack-O-Lantern is formed on each pizza slice by arranging the vegetables after the pizza is cooked.

    Recipe #102346

    Recipe posted by request. From a Bisquick cookbook, "In the Kitchen With Kids" section. **Note refrigeration time for dough.

    Recipe #102248

    Posted by request; from a Bisquick cookbook. This sounds soooo good, I've gotta make it for my Sunday dinner group soon! ** Note 4 hours of cooking time is FREEZING time.

    Recipe #102153

    Posted by request; I've not tried this. Would be a quick weeknight meal; I also think it'd be good to add mushrooms. From a Bisquick cookbook.

    Recipe #102067

    This recipe is posted by request, but I've got to try this soon - DH loves onion rings. From a Bisquick cookbook.

    Recipe #101874

    This recipe is posted by request; I've not tried it yet - but it sounds awfully easy & tasty. From a Bisquick cookbook.

    Recipe #101681

    This is a simple recipe that looks like you spent a lot of time on it. This recipe makes TWO tarts (9-inch pie plates). I've made this once for friends, and it was creamy & delicious, full of flavor. It's sort of quiche-like, but I found it more full-bodied and not as "eggy." Served with a spinach salad & artichoke dip with pita toasts. Yum. I also think this would be good with mushrooms added, or artichokes.

    Recipe #100703

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