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    We were out of food the day before payday, so I raided the pantry and decided these would make great enchiladas. My husband loved them!

    Recipe #474323

    My favorite smoothie, simple, and tasty. I like to freeze my own strawberries the night before.

    Recipe #456692

    Mom sent this to me, and I was pretty happy with it, I liked not having to cook the noodles, and I LOVE cottage cheese, so that was a plus!

    Recipe #455694

    I just got a dehydrator and this is the first thing I made Tastes great before dehydrating as well!

    Recipe #454563

    I was recently introduced to dump cakes, having never made one or eaten one knowingly. I gave this recipe to my Mom to try, and she improved upon it, hope ya'll like it too.

    Recipe #433050

    I like store bought cinnamon raisin bread for breakfast, so I started making this to save some dough. Get it, dough? Hahaha...heh. 1.5 lb loaf, from my fave bread book. I think I will add more cinnamon in the future, though this bread is OMG delicious when you spread butter on top and sprinkle a mixture of cinnamon sugar on top, then microwave it for 10-30 seconds. Mmm calories taste so good!

    Recipe #431576

    My first attempt at brown rice in Pampered Chef's rice cooker was crunchy, so I added more water and got good rice. The rice I had did not have microwave instructions, and I didn't want to start buying a different brand and that is why I am adding this so I can look up how I got it to work. If you make your own stock you can probably use that in place of the water, and leave the stock cubes out. I just used what I had on hand.

    Recipe #430655

    I've had fun experimenting with baking sourdough the past couple months, mostly using the oven, I finally found a good one for my bread machine. It's from my favorite bread machine book again, Electric Bread 2nd Edition. This recipe requires some advanced prep because it uses a sourdough starter, I don't have a recommendation for a starter as of yet. Starter should be loaded into the machine when it is peaking, which means it will be frothy, bubbly, and foamy. This is for a 1.5 pound loaf. Cook time depends on your machine.

    Recipe #428371

    I got this from yellatyourfat.com. Yell At Your Fat is a podcast by Wendy, she has lost 139 pounds, and is doing 139 podcast sharing about her weightloss journey. She's a crazy cat and fun to listen to. She likes to sing too. hehe You can add banana to this, or strawberries, get creative. For frozen soy milk, measure one cup, and freeze in an ice cube tray for blending ease. If things get stuck while blending, stop the blender and move around the frozen bits with a spoon. If you still have trouble blending, add more soy milk. Prep and cook (blend) time are estimates, and do not include freezing time for the soymilk. (;

    Recipe #411490

    This recipe is from the sweet potato episode of Good Eats with Alton Brown, I could not find it here, so I added it. I used 100% pure grade A dark maple syrup, it was so tasty. When I made this recipe I did not weigh out my potato and had ebough to make another pie, so my second one didn't get topped with pecans or syrup, and was still amazing! I also did not add any salt. We had health nerds over for Thanksgiving, so it all worked out. So now you know you can double your potatoes and still have a delicious pie. Prep time includes the time it takes to steam the sweet potatoes. Does NOT include cooling time (which is about an hour as stated below.)

    Recipe #401637

    I modified a hush puppy type recipe that didn't have enough flavor, and this is what I got. They reminded me of Popplers from Futurama so, I named them such. =D

    Recipe #366174

    Quickie = work time, not chill time. Cook time equals chill time. I was looking around for a way to use up the last of a box of oreo cookie crumbles and found the recipe Kahlua Balls by user Dallas and Rina. Well, my boyfriend doesn't like coffee, so that was nixed, I don't like nuts in my candies, so those were out, and the powedered sugar was too sweet for a coating, aaand I had more oreos than it called for, soooo, rather than do an injustice to the OP, we ended up with this recipe instead...

    Recipe #323506

    I read a recipe wrong, and came out with this happy accident. This recipe is for a 1.5 lb. loaf. Special instructions: This dough never seems to do the same thing twice, and I always check my dough when using the bread machine. If the dough is too soft, add 1 table spoon of flour at a time durning the kneeding process, if it is too stiff add one teaspoon of water at a time.

    Recipe #311545

    I was working at a pizza place when I discovered this recipe, and I still loved eating it. This is from the book Electric Bread 2nd Ed. This makes a one and a half pound loaf.

    Recipe #311505

    Another yummy bread from Electric Bread 2nd Ed. Tweaked for my pleasure. This makes a one and a half pound loaf. Serve warm for maximum yum! No messy garlic butter spread required. (=

    Recipe #311503

    OMG I can't get enough of this bread, neither can anyone esle. I usually start a second loaf as soon as the first one comes out, so there might be some left the next day. From the book Electric Bread 2nd Ed. Makes a 1.5 pound loaf.

    Recipe #311500

    This recipe is peanut butter love. Taste great with honey, jelly, or mashed bananas. This makes a 1.5 pound loaf.

    Recipe #310646

    The story behind the cookie. This is an old family recipe for me, but I have no idea why they were called bars...no one's ever been able to explain that part to me. My aunt, Phyllis, started making them long before I was born. The original recipe called for "Three knives of peanut butter" I've melted it down a couple of times and had about a half a cup, so, there you go. My Mom likes to mix in coconut, but I find that dries them out. Everyone I've ever made them for asks for them over and over, they seem to be addictive. (; Cook time is cooling time.

    Recipe #303792


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