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    This is a variation I invented on my easy waffle recipe. It makes a quick, hearty breakfast, and is delicious with fruit syrup. Even with a non-stick waffle iron, I suggest spraying a cooking spray onto the plates between each waffles. Blueberries don't understand the meaning of "non-stick". The blueberries also mess up the auto-sensor on my waffle iron, so they need to come out before the waffle iron thinks they are done--I look to see when they stop steaming.

    Recipe #414943

    I grew up on these waffles, but they were always a mystery to me. My dad has the recipe memorized, so I would watch him, every Saturday morning, make them. When I finally asked him to write the recipe down, I was astounded at how easy it is! I live alone, so one batch make way too much for me. Any leftover batter can be refrigerated until ready to use, or, you can undercook what you can't eat, then freeze them, then, when you want waffles, pop them in the toaster.

    Recipe #414941

    Forget marshmallows--this rice crispy recipe is simple, tasty, filling and satisfying. Chocolate is a delicious--but by no means necessary addition.

    Recipe #413387

    I found this brownie recipe on the back of a container of cocoa. After trying it, I cut it out and taped it into my cookbook. Unfortunately I don't know the brand of cocoa where this recipe came from. Quick and easy, this brownie recipe has single-handedly stopped me from buying box mixes. I've never done the chipotle chili powder with the nuts, but the cinnamon adds a delicious element either way.

    Recipe #408449

    My favorite cookie recipe! These are moist, chewy and delicious. Because most of the sweetness and the moisture comes from the applesauce rather than fat or sugar, not to mention the whole-wheat flour, I don't feel guilty about sneaking one or two of these for breakfast!

    Recipe #408187

    I spent 18 months in central Canada, serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. While I was there, I fell in love with the people and the food, specifically Ukrainian and Filipino food. The cabbage rolls were my favorite, and when I returned to the US, I began searching for recipes, but could never find one that I liked. This recipe comes from me combining elements of two or three different recipes that I found. The resulting recipe is surprisingly easy--if a bit labor intensive. I included instructions to make a sauce, but, if you run out of energy, the stuff in a can works just as well. If I want to do a homemade sauce, I usually do it a day or so in advance., By omitting the meat, this can be a vegetarian dish. By also omitting the sour cream and using margarine instead of butter, it can be vegan.

    Recipe #405297

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