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    From Quick Cooking magazine of 2005...just like the filling in a twice-baked baking potatoes but using either freshly made or leftover mashed potatoes. I like making extra mashed potatoes and then making this dish. I also like to add a bit of extra chopped green onion and extra crumbled bacon to the topping before baking. Yummy!

    Recipe #291036

    From a Quick Cooking magazine from years ago. I love how simple these are to put together using a biscuit/baking mix. If using frozen blueberries, DO NOT thaw before adding to the batter. These are BEST served WARM.

    Recipe #291026

    From Betty Crocker / Gold Medal Flour - a healthier version of the good ol' standby cookies. A nice chewy cookie. Cooking time includes baking 3 pans of cookies at a dozen on each pan.

    Recipe #291001

    From TOH Cookbook...Quick, easy and filling for breakfast or anytime. My kids like this in the summer especially after a day of swimming in the pool.

    Recipe #290902

    I love how simple and refreshing this is and the ability to adjust the recipe for the types of fruits which are fresh in your local area. Allow at least 4 hours for chilling before serving. From TOH Cookbook. I like changing out the cantaloupe with fresh pineapple and/or grapefruit slices (which sometimes means a bit of sugar added to balance the tartness), or I have added blueberries also just as a topping.

    Recipe #290900

    Adjusted from Williams Sonoma collection recipe...a very nice spiced muffin. If you love cinnamon, clove, nutmeg and allspice you will love these muffins. I love them with a fresh brewed cup of coffee or tea.

    Recipe #289490

    From TOH magazine clip-out. I did not get the name of the submitter. I like this drink on a warm summer night.

    Recipe #289486

    From Simple and Delicious magazine Sept 2007 - submitted by M. Wiebe. A quick and easy cupcake to throw together that is different from the usual white cupcake. Kids seem to love these. (Prep time does not include time it will take for cupcakes to cool completely).

    Recipe #289414

    Very flavorful with the apple juice/butter and the sauteed onions. Found in Simple & Delicious Oct 2007.

    Recipe #289410

    From Simple and Delicious - submitted by Misty Church (Sept/Oct 2007 issue). Very nice meal to throw together in less than 30 minutes. It was a hit with our family!

    Recipe #289397

    A sweet dressing that tops baby spinach leaves. Found in Simple and Delicious Sept 2007 magazine. A nice salad that can be dressed up and served for a brunch/luncheon or dressed down and served on a Friday night pizza night.

    Recipe #289395

    From TOH Simple and Delicious Mar/April edition 2008. I'm saving this for a spring salad choice when baby spinach is in season locally. It looks very simple to put together. I'm really drawn to it by the warm dressing you use over the salads. Makes 8 salad plates/servings - so adjust as necessary. I've already made a few adjustments based on my personal preferences (cooked bacon over bacon bits, vidalia onion over red, and added the red peppers).

    Recipe #288609

    An easy to prepare meal that features a creamy sauce! Total time to table is 30 minutes! I like adding some steamed broccoli to the dish or serving it with broccoli spears and crusty bread. Adjusted from a Simple and Delicious recipe submitted by Margaret Penaflor.

    Recipe #288607

    An unusual combination using oats, rice crispy cereal, peanut butter and more to make a healthy treat for everyone in your family. I tried these from a recipe posted in the All You magazine of February 2008. Store these in an airtight container in the fridge! Remember to put parchment or waxed paper between layers when storing. They initially called for raisins but my kids don't care for raisins so I used dried cranberries in their place. Feel free to change the fruit with any dried chopped fruit of your choosing.

    Recipe #288606

    From the All You Magazine Feb 2008. I'm saving it for future events planned in the Spring. I think it would be a great lunch item or even buffet item for parties and holiday gatherings. The article said to try different cheese or swap another veggie depending on your own likes.

    Recipe #288604

    A stovetop meal that is easy to make and quick to get on the table. I love that it uses broccoli too! The kids really enjoyed it in our house! Time includes bringing water to a boil. Found in a Woman's Day magazine March 08 (funny as I got the magazine in February!)

    Recipe #288603

    From William Sonoma kitchen library. I love the light flavor of these muffins. You can choose to serve as is or top with the optional glaze I've included with the recipe. ***updated/correction*** 2/4/09 - Due to the reviews I realize I need to adjust the servings and the ingredient measurements for the glaze. ***

    Recipe #285301

    I found these muffins from an online site (unfortunately cannot remember the site) but I'll tell you these are very nice muffins that are not overly sweet and have a great nutty flavor. We love these for breakfast with a bit of jelly on top. They are also a great after-school snack.

    Recipe #285065

    A cut-out recipe from some magazine somewhere...sorry there is no info in the cutout to remind me. I've made these many times for drop in company - quick little warm treat that everyone seems to enjoy.

    Recipe #283789

    Fun for the family. My DD "AidansMom" wanted me to post this for safe keeping. Would be a cute treat to give to families with children or a teacher gift.

    Recipe #283669

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