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    This is very close to the Olive Garden soup. There's another recipe on the web, which was the basis of this recipe, however, I have changed it to use less cream. Still tastes good! I did end up using a little cornstarch to thicken. I guess you could sub heavy cream for the half-and-half to make it a little thicker without using cornstarch. The gnocchi is usually in the spaghetti section of the grocery store.

    Recipe #348802

    From Dannon yogurt. I have not tried this yet, am posting here since I will definitely lose the original yogurt lid with the recipe!

    Recipe #345706

    Made this to use up the thanksgiving leftovers. Can be varied easily, depending on what you have left over. I served this with cranberry sauce as garnish.

    Recipe #258151

    2 Reviews |  By Anne G.

    I've forgotten where this came from, but I have had it for about 10 years now. It is great for vegetarians, and even for non-vegetarians! I am posting the original recipe which calls for Turmeric, but I have never added it and it still tastes delicious. Other changes I have tried include using diced tomatoes (instead of whole), baby carrots instead of a regular carrot. Also I have microwaved the sweet potato for about 5 minutes prior to peeling and cubing, just to cut down on cook time. All of these changes have worked out well.

    Recipe #254915

    This came from a newspaper insert last year. It is so good and so easy! I have heard that if you toss the blueberries in flour that they won't sink to the bottom of the pan. I haven't tried it yet, but will try it soon! Original recipe says to bake for 1 hour, but I think about 1hr 15 min to 1 1/2 hr does better.

    Recipe #234551

    2 Reviews |  By Anne G.

    This is from the Kraft foods website. It's very easy and tasty! I'm posting here so I can add to my shopping list. I tweaked it just a little bit, so it's not exactly as on the Kraft website. Try using maybe 1/2-3/4 of the pineapple as it can be a little overwhelming. I read that some people substituted chicken instead of the meatballs which I think would taste good, too.

    Recipe #227122

    1 Reviews |  By Anne G.

    This came from Cooking Light as a Turkey Tetrazzini, but I used leftover chicken which worked well. Very creamy and yummy! This can be made ahead and refrigerated--just bake before you're ready to serve. It makes 6 very generous servings.

    Recipe #51487


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