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    I love potato soup, and this is the recipe I've come up with after trying several recipes and combining them. It's easy to put in the crock pot and forget about it, or, if you're in a hurry, it can be made in about twenty five minutes on the stove top.

    Recipe #83666

    I was searching for something sugar-free to take to a bake sale, and came across a recipe similar to this online. This is my modified version of that recipe. These sold quickly at the bake sale! They have a granola-like appearance and are soft and chewy. A little cinnamon added in might be good, too.

    Recipe #141179

    A wonderful treat, especially on a hot day. I keep a tray of coffee ice cubes in my freezer during the summer so that I can always whip up a batch of these drinks. This uses skim milk & fat-free chocolate syrup, so it's not only cheaper, but also lower calorie than the iced coffee sold at most coffee shops. I have used both brewed and instant coffee and it works well with either kind. (Prep time given is for freezing the coffee ice cubes, cook time is for actually making the drink.)

    Recipe #128060

    I came across a recipe for "beer dip" a few years ago that I tweaked to turn into this wonderful cheese ball. It has since become my standard cheese ball, requested at family functions. It's rolled in cheddar cheese, because that's my family's preference-- I'm sure it could be rolled in chipped beef or nuts if you prefer. Cooking time includes time to chill and form the cheese ball.

    Recipe #112246

    This is from the Weight Watcher's Simply the Best cookbook, credited to Julie Hessenflow. My family loves this & we don't think it tastes at all like a "diet" recipe.

    Recipe #130155

    8 Reviews |  By AmyMCGS

    A light, refreshing punch. Clipped this recipe several years ago from a magazine. Cooking time is estimated chill time- can be made and served immediately if desired.

    Recipe #148403

    7 Reviews |  By AmyMCGS

    Here's my favorite way to use up left-over mashed potatoes. If your mashed potatoes are flavored with garlic, onions, etc. it's all the better. Measurements are approximate since I usually throw this together to use up leftovers in the fridge. If my potatoes are plain, I have been known to add a little chicken bouillon to give them more flavor. Serving size may vary- my two year-old DD and I share one of these for lunch. This definitely is not a "diet" meal, but, it's delicious!

    Recipe #137559

    7 Reviews |  By AmyMCGS

    This is a nice, creamy, comforting soup- and it's very easy to throw it all together in the crock pot. Add a sandwich or some dinner rolls, and you'll have a great dinner for cold nights! I made a few changes to a recipe taken from the "Fix It and Forget It Cookbook" to come up with this.

    Recipe #112595

    6 Reviews |  By AmyMCGS

    I was searching for a way to use up some ground pork, and found this on a pork association website. I've altered the original recipe slightly, to suit our tastes. This is just as quick and easy to make as the standard hamburger and store-bought seasoning packet version, with a different flavor that's sure to please!

    Recipe #114489

    5 Reviews |  By AmyMCGS

    Quick and easy, this punch is always a hit at parties and showers. We vary the color and flavor of sherbet with the occasion- green for Christmas, pink for showers, etc. Rainbow sherbet also makes a pretty punch. I always use Sprite for the soda. This recipe comes from my mom. :)

    Recipe #148404

    5 Reviews |  By AmyMCGS

    This is the quick and easy way that I make General Tso's chicken when we want Chinese food. It's lower in fat than the deep-fried chicken version that Chinese restaurants serve. I'm sure others do it this same way, and I hesitated about posting such a simple "recipe", but I'm posting it here so that I can see the nutritional information.

    Recipe #235437

    4 Reviews |  By AmyMCGS

    I found this recipe posted on the Campbell's soup website several years ago, posted there by M.E.Lohmeyer. I added a little cheddar cheese to the original recipe. It's a quick way to dress up plain cream of mushroom soup and give it a little kick.

    Recipe #116818

    4 Reviews |  By AmyMCGS

    I love broccoli and pepper jack cheese... and this dip combines the two! This is a very quick and easy dip for parties. We like it with Frito's Scoops or tortilla chips. Leftovers are wonderful served over baked potatoes for lunch the next day. NOTE AFTER FIRST REVIEW: I have always kept this hot for serving in my mini-crockpot and haven't had trouble with it getting too thick.

    Recipe #112253

    3 Reviews |  By AmyMCGS

    An easy gift idea that I have used many times- I also like to make a batch of this to keep at home for myself! This recipe is a little different from others posted because it doesn't call for one specific flavor- no cinnamon or cocoa powder here. You can use any flavor of powdered non-dairy creamer, or, use plain creamer if you like your coffee less sweet. As written, this recipe fills six 8oz jelly jars (to use as gifts), or, fills one big canister to keep for yourself.

    Recipe #148405

    3 Reviews |  By AmyMCGS

    This is my own recipe for hamburgers... and don't we all think that our own hamburger recipe is the best? :) These do have a little kick, but even my toddler loves them. If you use fatty hamburger, you may not need the egg to hold them together. The oatmeal can be left out if desired, but you really won't notice it in there-- I originally added it as a way to sneak a little more oatmeal into my husband's diet. I like to top mine with steak sauce and sharp cheddar cheese.

    Recipe #120224

    3 Reviews |  By AmyMCGS

    After I tried ham salad with cheese, I never wanted to make plain ham salad again! This is my own recipe, which suits my family's taste. You might try combining the ingredients by hand if you prefer a more chunky texture.

    Recipe #114961

    3 Reviews |  By AmyMCGS

    I created this sandwich one day when I was craving pizza, and now I often eat it for either breakfast or lunch. It could easily be adapted to include any of your favorite toppings.

    Recipe #178904

    3 Reviews |  By AmyMCGS

    I made this up one night when I needed a quick dinner, and it has since become one of our favorite meals! Pull some kielbasa and diced hash browns out of your freezer, open up a can of corn, and poof! you have a tasty dinner!

    Recipe #72609

    2 Reviews |  By AmyMCGS

    This is my own version of my mom's recipe, tweaked to suit my (and my husband's) taste. We prefer this tomato broth instead of adding beef broth, but I suppose that would work, too. You can also add fresh veggies- I used canned because I always have the right combination on hand. There's nothing better than coming home on a cold day and smelling this soup!

    Recipe #56765

    2 Reviews |  By AmyMCGS

    This is one of the easiest, and tastiest, crockpot recipes I've tried! These sandwiches are great with homemade oven-baked french fries.

    Recipe #68142

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