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    Found on the site dailydishrecipes.com and just have to post this as I want to save this recipe to use and soon! Looks so easy and appealing and know it will be a fun recipe to make.

    Recipe #488775

    Well tons of people love BLT sandwiches and then there are the rest of us who do not like the taste of raw tomatoes (that would be ME!). As a kid we always had to eat what was prepared or we could tweak it a bit to our liking as long as my mom did not have to do extra work. So this was my take on the BLT as a kid and I still make it now when hubby wants BLTs.

    Recipe #487183

    Found on the Yummly blog. NO YEAST! Yeah now that it my type of cinnamon bun! I also love that it makes a small amount - 4 buns - so no worries of having these goodies lying around too long but also easy to double to serve more guests.

    Recipe #485488

    Found on Sailu's Kitchen blog...where she states she is keeping Indian dishes alive in the US. A very kid friendly dish.

    Recipe #485001

    Found on the Sailu's Kitchen recipe blog where she states ""Recipes from an Indian kitchen with a focus on Andhra cuisine". This is a very kid friendly recipe for kids all over the world.

    Recipe #484998

    This recipe is posted as part of a challenge during ZWT8 for France Region. I used Bayhill's recipe (Recipe #232735) as the base for changing her dish to a crockpot dish. I did tweak a few ingredients while making this in the crockpot as I felt the brown sugar would work better than granulated and added cinnamon as it reminds me of another recipe I have posted on Zaar.

    Recipe #484650

    Another great find in the AllYou Nov. 2011 edition. Very easy to make and uses easy to find ingredients. Note: you have to cool pie crust completely before filling so allow time for that to happen.

    Recipe #484456

    Found in the Nov. 2011 AllYou Magazine. Have not made this recipe yet but need to save it before the magazine gets recycled.

    Recipe #484451

    Found in an AllYou magazine. Feel free to substitute smoked sausage for the turkey kielbasa. Nice light soup to use as an appetizer or main dish. Servings presented here are for main dish size bowls. Serve with a crusty bread and it will warm you right up.

    Recipe #484450

    A perky flavor to standard snickerdoodles. Great for a holiday tray with the flavors of eggnog! Mix together very quickly so easy for beginning bakers.

    Recipe #484444

    From Country Magazine Christmas edition with recipes. A great choice for holiday gifts, cookie trays or just because! Needs 4 hour refrigeration at least..

    Recipe #484442

    Found in the 5 Ingredient Cookbook. Now for me it is more than 5 ingredients because I use *Kathy*'s recipe for Fajita Seasoning (Recipe #28011) which is exceptional by the way and serve it in fajita size tortillas and add sweet grilled onions too. This gives a nice twist to a normal spicy fajita as the peaches are a sweet balance. The book also just serves this as is and not in a fajita...I like it in a fajita so take it one step further but if you want it for a main dish, then don't cut the chicken into strips and just serve the peppers and peaches over the chicken on a plate. Great with rice if serving without the fajitas.

    Recipe #484386

    A great find in Simple and Delicious submitted by L. Fritsch. Love the mix of fruit, protein and veggies with a simple dressing!

    Recipe #484383

    From the aussiecooking.com recipe site under desserts. This seems like such a light dessert option that it is definitely a winner. Can't get much easier than this recipe. Found and posted for ZWT8.

    Recipe #484180

    I think I need to move to AU because the variations of this bread all sound so delicious and easy to make. I found the recipe and variations on the aussiecooking.com site. You can make this as a plain beer bread (top recipe) or use one of the variants to add to the bread's flavors. Found and posted for ZWT8

    Recipe #484179

    Found this on the BHG website and I think I'm in love! What a great combination with the flavors of coconut and almond. This seemed more of a great way to serve dessert instead of breakfast - so we topped with some vanilla ice cream and drizzle of chocolate syrup.

    Recipe #483957

    The name itself tells me this is going to be a hit on my breakfast table! From the Millstone Coffee website. Definitely have to try these and soon. Overnight marinating is needed for the raisins and walnuts so be prepared.

    Recipe #483656

    A great appetizer that does not take much time at all to prepare. These would be good on a slice of toasted bread too for an open face sandwich for lunch.

    Recipe #483632

    You can't get much simpler than this recipe. My hubby and kids love salmon and found this a great way to prepare it.

    Recipe #483631

    From Simple and Delicious, submitted by L. Mead in Aug 2009 edition. These are great topped with fresh raspberries, fresh strawberries or bananas. Texture is crisper than standard fluffy waffle and the taste makes you drool.

    Recipe #483630

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