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    This is an idea I saw in a magazine. I haven't tried them yet, but they sound yummy.

    Recipe #73202

    This is a copycat recipe of Outback's Bloomin' Onion. Now if I could only master the Bloomin' Onion.

    Recipe #71675

    With the holidays around the corner, these will be sure to be a party pleaser. A nice alternative to pumpkin pie.

    Recipe #71674

    For cornbread lovers.

    Recipe #71673

    This shake is so thick and yummy. It satisfies my "sweets" craving while trying to stick to my allotted points.

    Recipe #71670

    I got this recipe from a friend, and my family loves it. Using only 3 ingredients, it is a snap to prepare. Please let me know what you think.

    Recipe #65433

    These muffins were a big hit with my children, as well as my daycare children. They are yummy.

    Recipe #65431

    With the cake made ahead of time, this trifle comes together in a snap. It is very rich, creamy and good. This looks beautiful in a trifle dish.

    Recipe #56124

    This is a recipe my grandmother always made as a very tasty appetizer. You can adjust the spiciness by using mild or hot salsa.

    Recipe #55898

    I tried this recipe at a party once and loved it. It is a very sweet "dip" but very addictive. I usually serve it with Wheat Thins. Although this is very quick and easy to make, it needs time to chill.

    Recipe #55894

    This recipe comes from Emeril Lagasse. This recipe is very garlicky and you can use mild or hot sausage and as much crushed red pepper as you like to make it spicier. This is very very good.

    Recipe #55893

    This dessert is so easy to make and so good too. Make sure not to stir anything in the pan though. It will separate into layers while baking. I guess that's why it's "magic".

    Recipe #55890

    I made this recipe up one day for my daycare children. I was just trying to use up things in my pantry and the kids ended up loving it. Now they ask for it all the time.

    Recipe #55476


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