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    Creamy, peachy and crunchy, this is a scrumptious new twist on your average peach cobbler. This recipe is from a former baker at a catering facility. I posted this as a request for dessert to serve a large group; it does serve 24 but can easily be halved and baked in a 13X9 dish to serve 12. I have not actually baked this myself, but I have eaten this, yummmmy! I will do my best on prep/cook estimates, which will include only the ingredient prep and cooking on stove top and baking. It will not include the toasting of the pecans, which is optional, nor will it include the freezing time, which would probably be about 4 hours.

    Recipe #51035

    This is awesome! My mother in law made this for Christmas eve and I couldn't stop dipping. A great hot dip for New Years eve party; or any party or picnic.

    Recipe #49923

    This is a crock pot dinner that can be cooked in less than 6 hours. If you would like extra sauce, double the cream ingredients and spices. I prepared mine with the diced apple and no asparagus/cheese ingredient.

    Recipe #48286

    A very easy low fat breakfast or snack enjoyed by those who are young at heart through old at heart. FOR THOSE SERVING TO CHILD UNDER 1 YEAR OF AGE: DO NOT USE HONEY!!!!

    Recipe #47875

    This soup is easy to prepare as well as comforting. This is not a thick soup; but smooth and velvety with much flavor and very satisfying. A great soup recipe for the cold winter!

    Recipe #47872

    The funny thing is; the topping you mix and pour as the topping, actually ends up at the bottom of the pie as a crust. A recipe from my Nana. She stresses you have to use a "deep dish pie plate" as well as bake on the bottom rack of the stove.

    Recipe #45318

    Move over traditional hot cocoa on a cold winters night; you will have a love affair with this concoction. I had this at a Starbucks earlier this year; after fooling around with ingredients, this is the clone. A wonderful drink to curl up with on a chilly night; great for a bonfire or a holiday gathering as well.

    Recipe #43392

    No bake, chilled dessert. Posted this for a request in a thread. It's from Taste of Home Quick Cooking Nov/Dec 2001 issue. The pineapple ingredient was added per post request. You can also add strawberries, if desired. Prep time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #41019

    Serve this over greens; a great side dish for upcoming traditional holiday dinners, a Polish or German dinner or any meal.

    Recipe #40647

    Terri is a nurse/coworker who asked me to post one of her favorite recipes on here. She promises a great meal. Not for strict calorie/fat watchers but light cream can replace heavy cream, margarine in place of butter. Prep/cook time does not include cooking of the chicken.

    Recipe #39836

    This is a perfect fall holiday dessert that looks wonderful in the trifle bowl. Don't let the ingredients/steps scare you! All ingredients are canned, boxed, cartoned; you just need to buy it and combine it! One hour to prepare and the results are gratifying! This is so easy; I made this for my in-laws Thanksgiving dinner when I was dating my husband; during that time period I had no kitchen skills whatsoever. Very easy! Prep time does not include cooling/chilling times. This recipe is from Taste of Home Magazine, the October/November 1999 edition.

    Recipe #39631

    Very easy. My mom signed up for the church bake sale and forgot about it until the last minute. She got this recipe from a former co-worker and whipped it, having all ingredients on hand at the time. When she dropped it off at the church, they asked her the name of it. Not wanting to say, "Whiskey Cake", it being for a church bake sale, she said, "Bundt Surprise". And that is how it got its second name and to this day, we still get a real giggle out of it! Prep time does not include set and fridge time.

    Recipe #39142

    Another marinade that I like to prepare with salmon. This does not include the cooking time of the salmon. This can be used as a marinade for any other type of seafood.

    Recipe #39052

    A hearty, stove top, comfort food stew. Warms you from head to toe on a chilly fall or winter day. I serve this with warm bread. Mae was neighbor who was like family to us and passed away a few years ago, but passed on this wonderful recipe beforehand.

    Recipe #38570

    A supper using leftover crab or a pot luck seafood dish; requested in recipe post. I got this out of my "Best Loved Casseroles" recipe book.

    Recipe #38324

    Layered creamy finger jello. A great snack for kids. For diabetic snack, use sugar free flavored gelatin. Cook time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #38239

    This is one delicious,inexpensive meal of fish. It's kind of like the "generic" of haddock; I serve this with potato and cole slaw. Thawing of fish is not included in prep time.

    Recipe #38146

    A very easy frozen snack or dessert! Great for sweet tooth dieters and/or calorie and fat conscious individuals.

    Recipe #38016

    A quick and easy, stovetop dinner. This is out of the "Taste of Home Cooking School Recipe Collection" Spring 2002 Edition. I serve this over buttered egg noodles and with a sweet veggie side dish.

    Recipe #37960

    The first apple pie I ever made; easy and simple directions. And real apples, no canned apple pie filling! I made this for dessert when company was over and I figured if I screwed up, I could always pass it off as apple cobbler with ice cream served over it, but it came out great, looked and tasted like a real apple pie!

    Recipe #37143

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