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    3 Reviews |  By Legna

    This makes a great weekend breakfast/brunch. Also good with apple cinnamon bread. I have substituted skim milk for the half and half.

    Recipe #302861

    3 Reviews |  By Legna

    My mom made these cookies years ago. They are good with or without the frosting. Sorry, the recipe didn't say how long they cook (so I guessed on the prep and cook time), or how much powdered sugar to use, and I haven't made these in awhile so I don't remember. I'm also not sure about how many dozen this makes, I just guessed.

    Recipe #302554

    2 Reviews |  By Legna

    My mom got this recipe from a friend of hers & we both make it all of the time. It is so easy to make & it may sound like a wierd combo, but it is very tasty. I've made it with splenda & sugar free jello, which is very good however, it makes a smaller batch. If doubling this recipe, only use 7 cups of sugar. *I just put the cooking time on this one because time will vary if you are using fresh or frozen already diced rhubarb.

    Recipe #298801

    2 Reviews |  By Legna

    I found this recipe in "The Everything Cookbook". This has to be one of my DH & I's favorite recipe for chicken. We have also used it for fish, substituting breadcrumbs for cereal crumbs.

    Recipe #291839

    2 Reviews |  By Legna

    I found this stuffed in my recipe box. I'm not sure where I found it, but I decided to try this with Gyros. These were delicious! The recipe wasn't specific on the temperature of the water, & after I had all of the ingredients in the pan, I remembered that I should have used warm water (120-130 degrees F). But I goofed & used cold water. I thought I'd try it anyways & if it didn't work I'd just make another batch. But I got lucky, because it raised just fine. I also used all-purpose flour. This was my first time making pita bread, so for any of you who are new to making pitas as well, here are some tips for rolling them out. If you roll them out to 6-7 inches, they do not puff very much & you can use them like a tortilla. However, if you roll them a little smaller (some of mine just didn't want to stretch to 6 inches) & have them a little thicker (not too much) they puff up & you can cut them in half for pita pockets. For some wierd reason, this really impressed me! Note: If you use a stone pan to bake these, bake for 4 minutes & do not turn. *Prep time varies for all bread machines, so I didn't list that part. My prep time was 1 hour, 20 minutes.

    Recipe #294683

    1 Reviews |  By Legna

    I found this recipe in an ad for Crisco oil. My family & I have yet to find a better tasting enchilada (even at resaurants). You can use leftover chicken/turkey/pork, whatever you have, they all taste great. You can cook the chicken however you'd like, I usually boil/grill it. So, the prep time is approximate, it just depends on if you cook it or use leftovers.

    Recipe #282116

    1 Reviews |  By Legna

    I'm not sure where my Mom got this recipe, but I love it! It is my favorite way to make eggplant. I'm told this is a Tammy Wynette family recipe. The original recipe didn't give the amount of spices to use, so I guessed. You can use a little more/less according to your taste.

    Recipe #302865

    1 Reviews |  By Legna

    I found this recipe in a local cookbook. A quick, easy weeknight supper. You can use regular potatoes too, just peel & cube them. Cook time is about the same.

    Recipe #496840

    1 Reviews |  By Legna

    This is a variation of the Blueberry Rhubarb Jam recipe. You can use splenda and sugar free jello and it will turn out great, it will just make a smaller batch. I only gave a cook time on this recipe, because the prep time will vary if you use fresh rhubarb or frozen already diced rhubarb.

    Recipe #298802

    1 Reviews |  By Legna

    Warning: This is very addicitive!! I found this recipe at my in-laws house & thought it sounded good. I was right, it is now a Christmas tradition to make it. You can play around with the ingredients, omitting coconut, using a chocolate flavored cereal instead of the kix cereal. I have only used the vanilla flavored almond bark, but I'm sure that any flavor would be very good.

    Recipe #296647

    1 Reviews |  By Legna

    This is a basic recipe for jello jigglers. Very simple and only takes 1 hour to set.

    Recipe #307496

    1 Reviews |  By Legna

    For 10 months and up, also great for adults. I found this recipe on a website for making baby food. You can bake it in the oven or throw it on the grill. It is very versatile, you can use whatever veggies and seasonings that you like. I usually use green beans, peas, carrots, and corn. I've never measured when making this so it is all approximate. Very good with burgers and hot dogs. My toddler and I love this. **For the spices, just use whatever you wish, to equal about 1 Tbsp., you can adjust it from there if you wish.

    Recipe #307996

    1 Reviews |  By Legna

    I got this recipe from Busy People's Low-fat Cookbook. It is very easy to make & delicious.

    Recipe #291841

    1 Reviews |  By Legna

    Ok, so it may not sound appitizing...but it tastes so good! I found this flipping through church cookbooks at my in-laws house. I thought it sounded interesting enough to try. I've made a few changes to the original recipe. Hope you like it. *Prep time does not include thawing chicken breasts.

    Recipe #289781

    1 Reviews |  By Legna

    This is for babies 6 months and up. It is just like cheesy potatoes...but for babies. My DH could smell this when I first made it and wondered what I was making for dinner. I told him it was for the baby, he seemed disappointed. It tastes pretty good, so I probably could have given him some too! I use a pinch of dry minced onion, instead of the onion. I also used breastmilk/formula instead of the milk.

    Recipe #325460

    1 Reviews |  By Legna

    I got this recipe out of the Guidepost magazine and have made them several times. You can use half the amount of the chocolate chips and sugar for the same great flavor. I substitute milk chocolate chips for the semi-sweet. These are very moist and delicious.

    Recipe #302840

    This simple recipe is for babies 4 months and up. You can substitute water for the apple juice. Serving size really depends on the amount of food your baby is eating. The serving size entered is for a baby about 4 months old.

    Recipe #325768

    This is for babies 6 months and up. My daughter loved this. The recipe calls for an egg yolk, however, babies can not have yolk, so you can substitute powdered rice or oatmeal cereal, add 1 tsp at a time until it is a consistancy you like. This freezes well. After it cools, I put it in an ice cube tray & freeze.

    Recipe #325849

    For babies 4 months and up. I made this all the time for my daughter. I used whatever vegetables I had, squash, peas, green beans etc.

    Recipe #307963

    I found this recipe on a website for making baby food. It says it's for ages 6 months and up. My toddler loves when I make this.

    Recipe #292041

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