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    Another gem I found through Cooking Light magazine. This gives a very moist and packed with flavor quick bread that is lower in calories than a cake. I like to add chopped walnuts or pecans to the bread but the original recipe does not call for them so I left it as written. It is also fun to add about a 1/2 cup of shredded unsweetened coconut for a fun twist.

    Recipe #482659

    Found from my Cooking Light magazine collection. These are just one of those extra special flavored scones that really aren't any more difficult to make than a normal scone. To really make them extra special for a party or brunch you could even top them with a drizzle of icing.

    Recipe #482655

    Found from Betty Crocker just a week ago. I'm posting this because I'm definitely making this for our 4th of July celebration this year. The recipe is pretty neat using fresh fruits in the cake mix and ending with a layered cake that when cut looks like an American Flag. Feel free to use homemade frosting, etc. as I'm just posting as written on their site. ****Note made on July 4, 2012 and here are some hints: The whipped frosting is great inside but you really need a heavier frosting for the outside coating. I could not find red/white/blue sprinkles so I topped the cake with M&Ms in those colors (lucky to find those) or I'd just use a nice design of colored coarse sugars in red and blue in a circular pattern. The blue & red cakes are still really off in color and not perfectly blue even with the gels so just be prepared for more of a light blue and light red in color instead of deep colors. Other changes I've made to the actual recipe.

    Recipe #482143

    My daughter loves blackberries and loves this smoothie. A nice change of pace in the smoothie department. Found this treasure in Light and Healthy Cooking flyer.

    Recipe #481685

    A clip out recipe from Cooking Light Magazine. This is one recipe I've not tried but need to clean out my recipe clip-out drawer so I'm putting it here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #481684

    Found in Cooking Light magazine from long ago and almost forgot about this recipe until I started cleaning out my desk drawer to reduce my paper pile. It has been ages since I've made these but my notes show that we really enjoyed them. My only concern is the pan size called for in the recipe is 11x7" and that is not a standard baking dish size as most are 11x9". So I'd either use the 11x9" and reduce baking time by 3-5 minutes or use a 9x9" dish and increase the baking time by about 5 minutes.

    Recipe #481682

    Another great find in the All*You magazine from March 2009. When I read this recipe and looked at the photo in the magazine I immediagely thought of the movie Pollyanna! The woman who did all the baking for the house always made a coconut cake that looked heavenly. This is what I think of when I work on this cake - it does take a bit of effort with the frosting especially but it is well worth every minute in the end. The coconut for this cake is not in the actual cake but part of the frosting. Don't waste money on purchase cake flour - use this recipe Recipe #87689 and make your own. I hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #481605

    Found in the All*You Magazine from March 2009. A nice moist cake with the fun of a pretty glaze. I've made this with both raisins and dried cranberries and they both work really well. Feel free to use what suits your tastebuds the best. It is a great cake to have when you expect company as it is light and goes great with a mug of coffee.

    Recipe #481603

    A great version of a hearty Frittata. Loved the corn as an addition to this dish as that was new for us. Recipe by Emeril Lagasse and found in Relish insert dated September 2011.

    Recipe #481597

    This recipe is definitely a little piece of heaven for adults. As the description states in the Rachel Ray Magazine "this is a meeting of a Rice Krispies treat with a grown up trail mix". Easy to make and divine to eat! Found in the Rachel Ray Food Magazine July/August 2012.

    Recipe #481596

    Found in an August 2009 All*You Magazine and loved it then and still enjoy the flavors now. Nice twist on a standard fruit crisp with the blend of these two fruits. I like adding toasted chopped almonds to the crisp mixture and have listed this as optional as that was not part of the original recipe.

    Recipe #481594

    Found in All*You Magazine many years ago. I love making this dish for our family - very simple and I can tweak it with different toppings so it always seems just a bit different.

    Recipe #481588

    I found this on one of those little grocery store recipe cards. I love the combination of rhubarb and strawberries anyway so this is a fun way to serve that as a crisp. The card shows how to make this on the "grill" which is basically putting the dish on the cool side of a grill and cooking covered for 25 minutes. That means if you don't want to turn on an oven you can still make this dish. The other option would be your oven and you would bake uncovered for 20-25 minutes. Either way it is great and even more wonderful with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #481587

    A recipe found from a Crisco flyer. I found the flavors to be a bit understated with their method of using lemon extract so the 2nd batch I made I used fresh squeezed lemon juice in both the dough and the frosting and also added a bit of finely grated lemon peel to the frosting.. That did it for us! I also used butter instead of shortening in the frosting - I prefer a butter frosting but if you want to use shortening go ahead (equal amounts to sub those two ingredients). If you want to use the extract use half the amount compared to fresh juice.

    Recipe #481585

    This is a second recipe I found when searching for a natural way to shampoo my dog when I found a few fleas on her. I have not tried this method as I used one where I had all the ingredients on hand. This one uses baby shampoo instead of the dishwashing soap. The vanilla will help to soothe the sting of the mint against the dog's skin.

    Recipe #480113

    My poor pooch had a couple of fleas on her this summer (never had this issue before) and I needed a way to bathe her and kill the fleas without causing skin reactions as she has so many allergies. I found this through the e-how website and IT WORKED! The fleas just floated in the water and died and best of all little Libby did not have any reactions at all to the process. Cooking time is actually the time to leave the solution on the dog.

    Recipe #480112

    This is a combination of two recipes that I've found online through the years. The initial recipe I had called for using a boxed cake mix but I would prefer a made from scratch cake so I pulled a couple of other recipes and came up with this one that combines them all. This just gives you a sunny orange cake with a wonderful glaze - so nice and light on a summery day.

    Recipe #477693

    There are a few substitute recipes on here for specific cream based soups (Cream of Something soups) but this one is quite different in that it does not use powdered milk or is it specific to one flavor of soup. I like using this as a thickening base for skillet meals or casseroles that call for the creamed soups but where I can have just a base soup to work with and not be lead to one specific flavor. You can add chopped herbs or sauteed chopped mushrooms or celery to flavor it in a certain direction or use as is in your main & side dishes.

    Recipe #471219

    Thanks to iewe for naming this recipe for me. Originally named Pumpkin Snickerdoodles I like her new name for it! Found this on Annie Eats Blog and tweaked the spices just a bit and the size to fit my needs. I received 5 dozen cookies using a small cookie scoop. Nice fluffy and soft cookie full of flavor. Hope you enjoy them too!

    Recipe #466611

    I found this through my electric co-op magazine and boy am I ever glad I did. Truly a nice moist quick bread. The key to this bread is obtaining a dark, rich apple butter - the darker the better for flavor. I used White House Apple Butter which was wonderful and outside of my mom's fresh homemade apple butter it is the best I've tried. I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as my family.

    Recipe #464085

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