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    Simple & easy, but comforting dinner that smells wonderful cooking. Stove top stuffing (2 boxes) works very well. You may want an extra small jar of gravy for serving.

    Recipe #513225

    Easy and delicious ziti recipe that hands down replaces lasagna as one of my favorite pasta dishes.

    Recipe #512919

    The Pioneer Woman whips up so many delicious recipes and even better are her step-by-step instructions with pictures included! She makes everything look so simple and delicious! These burritos are inspired by her burritos recipe.

    Recipe #506625

    The Pioneer Woman whips up so many delicious recipes and even better are her step-by-step instructions with pictures included! She makes everything look so simple and delicious! These burritos are inspired by her burritos recipe.

    Recipe #498634

    Made these inspired by Pioneer Woman and they were soooo yummy. Love that you can make so many variations and I think the #1 trick is them being in the oven and all that yumminess melting together! Small Hawaiian rolls would also work really well with these. The mayonnaise can be substituted for melted butter as well.

    Recipe #498566

    Everyone knows oatmeal is a real stick-to-your-gut kind of breakfast and this recipe kicks it up a notch using steel-cut oats. Saw Jamie Deen cooking steel-cut oats on his show and had to give it a try! Toasting the oats gives it a nice nutty smell. Some additions or variations could include vanilla, cinnamon, maple syrup, honey, brown sugar, raisins, chopped apples, peaches, blueberries, etc.

    Recipe #497521

    Saw the inspiration for this on Mommy Hates Cooking. Very good, and easy and filling. The night before you can cook your sausage and chop your vegetables, making it is super quick the next morning to throw the eggs in the pan then adding your toppings. They can bake while you are getting ready or fixing other breakfast items. I love that you can change it up in so many ways by omitting/adding these or other ingredients according to your liking. If you have any left, you can freeze them for later.

    Recipe #484719

    Simple, easy & delicious. So much better than those packets. Nice that you can add or substitute fruit or other items as desired. Smells yummy cooking. Found this on Sweet Happy Life.

    Recipe #483860

    These were fun to make! They remind me of loaded mashed potatoes. This is from a recipe from The Crockin Girls that that had been submitted by Melissa Casey. These are appropriately named as they would be perfect for a get together.

    Recipe #482555

    This was a recipe I found on Mommyhatescooking.com and I tried it tonight. It was awesome. Unfortunately, I realized at the last minute that I was out of ginger and I did substitute 1/2 teaspoon of nutmeg and 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon for the teaspoon of ginger. It probably made a slight difference and I will definitely make it again with the ginger. However, it was still so, so good. I like that this is simple, delicious and a little bit different. I also doubled the ingredients so that it made more sauce.

    Recipe #482552

    I saw this on Trisha Yearwood's new cooking show, Trisha's Southern Kitchen, and wanted to try them mainly because they looked so simple and quick. They are yummy with a LOT of butter taste. I may try to cut back on the butter with my next batch. I think a little shredded cheese would be awesome in these too. She made it with her recipe for her Daddy's Brunswick Stew and I think this would be a nice biscuit to complement soup--or anything! Mmmm, mmmmm, good!

    Recipe #480221

    I found this on the Hillbilly Housewife website. We love bread sticks and this is fairly simple. So far have tried it once and they were good. They weren't that pretty but tasted as good as getting take out.

    Recipe #473163

    This recipe comes from the Country Cookin' Cookbook by the Church of God of Prophecy in Washington, NC. A couple of the ingredients did not coincide with the instructions but I used my best judgement and also added a few extra seasonings (seasoning salt, onion powder and garlic powder) to my taste. I really like this recipe though because it is so simple.

    Recipe #459632

    This comes from the American Baby Magazine, March 2011 issue and is recommended for babies 8+ months.

    Recipe #453185

    This comes from the American Baby Magazine, March 2011 issue. It is recommended for ages 8+ months. My baby is not old enough yet so putting it here for safekeeping in the meantime. It will make a nice addition to my other baby recipes.

    Recipe #453184

    This comes from the American Baby Magazine March 2011 issue and is recommended for 10+ months and up. My baby is just beginning to eat rice cereal and I can't wait to try this one but want to give him a little more time first. In the meantime, I'm posting this here for safekeeping. I think it will be a great addition to my other baby recipes. I think I may even like this one myself!

    Recipe #453183

    Chocolate and pecans, what a wonderful mix. This is delicious!

    Recipe #402430

    This is something a little different than chocolate chip cookies. Very tasty.

    Recipe #402429

    I'm posting this for safekeeping. Looks very easy and like lots of fun. How great it will be to get around to fixing one myself and posting a picture.

    Recipe #402356

    I've made this numerous times and it is a lot of fun. Also works really well with egg cookie cutters for Easter. Let your imagination run wild.

    Recipe #402355

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