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    I was looking on the internet to find a way to make plain Coca-Cola into vanilla Coke and came across this recipe. I haven't tried it yet; so I don't know how well it works, but it does sound really easy to make. The number of servings is just an estimate.

    Recipe #383651

    I learned this from one of my high school teachers. I remember she had told my mom about how missionaries will sometimes carry large amounts of baking soda with them on their trips for many different uses. This is one of them, and it works surprisingly well if you use it right. NOTES: Works best on fresh mosquito bites and will sometimes make them disappear altogether. Will work on older ones by diminishing their size and itchiness. Do not use on open sores. Will help with other insect bites, but will sting badly on certain types such as ant bites. You can try it, but don't say I didn't warn you. You may also use salt (equal amount) in place of the baking soda, but I don't remember if it works as well, and it may sting more. The baking soda method might sting a little, but no worse then Benadryl sprays, etc. Be patient. It's best to just leave it on until you forget it's there and the bite goes away. Once it does, you may wash the baking soda off with water. Recipe can be easily doubled, quadrupled, etc. Just use equal amounts.

    Recipe #347685

    I was craving something light, sweet, and smoothie-like tonight but wasn't sure what. And then it hit me - a drinkable chocolate chip cookie! I set out here on Zaar to see what I could find and didn't find much. So, I started looking for some edible cookie dough recipes to take inspiration from, and this is what I came up with. As the title suggests, I consider this an ongoing experiment. Feel free to contribute your suggestions! Recipe may be doubled, tripled, etc. according to the size of your blender.

    Recipe #432016

    This fruit salad is super easy and surprisingly good. Almost nothing but fruit!

    Recipe #333029

    This is a simple treat my mom taught us how to make when I was a kid. Nothing really special, but the "crystals" the cocoa makes are neat! (The "crystals" probably won't look like crystals; they're just little frozen pieces of milk/cocoa mix - kind of like what happens when you dip a fudge-cicle in milk.) All measurements are approximate. Just make sure to follow the instructions.

    Recipe #343107

    This is an adaptation of recipe #58189 that can be made one serving at a time in the microwave. It does not contain eggs or dairy.

    Recipe #494482

    I've tried this once; but I forgot to add the vanilla. It ended up being pretty good anyway and reminded me of my mom's cinnamon "rolls" (which are actually made of biscuits). I will be experimenting with it to see if I can make a mug version of the cinnamon rolls I grew up with soon. (Adapted from

    Recipe #493813

    Want garlic mashed potatoes but don't have any real potatoes on hand? Use this simple recipe instead.

    Recipe #333157

    A classic flavor combination in a quick breakfast.

    Recipe #476047

    I tried this this morning with biscuits. It's based on an omelet-making technique I saw on TV not too long ago. It's basically a filling-less omelet for one. It reminds me of the scrambled eggs I always get at Cracker Barrel.

    Recipe #379291

    I found this recipe at One bowl, one ingredient, fifteen minutes, and you're done! But don't forget the oven mitts. I've heard this stuff can be like napalm!

    Recipe #428579

    If done properly, these will be kind of like a fried egg sandwich on French toast (sort of). I can't believe my family's apparently kept it a secret for so long. :)

    Recipe #343411

    I found this recipe and modified it some. Feel free to experiment with it, and let me know how it turns out! (But please make sure your ratings do not reflect poorly on the recipe if you alter the recipe too much.)

    Recipe #421285

    Recipe #348779

    I was never raised to eat collards. I just tried them for the first time a year or so ago and didn't like them. But funny things happen when people give you collards for free. And, I must say, when cooked well, they are pretty good.

    Recipe #492067

    Simple, delicious mini beanless burritoes that can be easily frozen and taste better reheated than they did the first time!

    Recipe #389206

    For when you want biscuits but don't want to (or can't) use the stove.

    Recipe #484455

    Chocolate cookies with a crispy sugar coating and a gooey marshmallow filling. From

    Recipe #463945

    Inspired by a Better Homes and Gardens recipe, a Cracker Barrel copycat recipe, and my own curiousity and love for butter, these biscuits are perfect for sandwiches or biscuits and jam. No need to split them with a butter knife since the butter inside pre-splits them in the oven as they bake, leaving a perfect two-piece biscuit with a soft, fluffy, buttery interior.

    Recipe #421724

    This recipe is an adaptation of recipe #372975 for impatient and/or lazy cooks. I have altered the ingredients slightly so that a mix can be made in advance to make prep time a breeze. Since this recipe includes directions and ingredients for a bulk quantity of mix as well as individual meal prep, the nutrition information and prep time may not be accurate. Prep time for the mix can take up to two hours if you make the roux yourself, but it is mostly done in the oven. Prep time for actual gravy once the mix is made is about twenty minutes. Number of servings listed is for one 15 oz. portion of gravy. Recipe can easily be halved, doubled, tripled, etc.

    Recipe #434190

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