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    My sister discovered this cake at a church potluck and asked the lady who made it for the recipe. Since then, it has been a favorite in our family and it is so super easy as well as tasty!

    Recipe #306246

    I found this online when I was looking for a "lazy" day recipe for when I wanted to make beff stroganoff without all the work. This is pretty simple but it still has that comfort food stroganoff taste. The family likes it too. You could use any pasta you like but the bow tie pasta goes well with it.

    Recipe #325110

    We found this recipe on the back of a Tillamook Medium Cheddar Cheese bag, the shredded variety. We loved it. It is a simple dish. We ate it with mashed potatoes, a salad and cooked carrots. But you can pair it with whatever yoiu like to please your family's own tastes. If you don't have TIllamook cheese in your area, just use your regular brand of cheese, medium variety. We like our chicken seared before baking so I lightly browned each side of the chicken before proceeding with the baking.

    Recipe #488127

    I got this recipe from a 3ABN network cooking show called, "Let's Cook Together." Even my meat eaters liked it. I top them with a brown gravy or sometimes spaghetti sauce once they come out of the oven. They are very good and you can make them any size you want to.

    Recipe #380099

    I got this from an old friend. It is easy and quite good. Just make the omelet as you would normally with the diced avocado in the middle when you fold the omelet. Then pour the sauce over it. YUM! I added shredded pepper jack cheese like you would in a normal omelet. You could also use plain cheddar.

    Recipe #415016

    I got this recipe online but don't remember which site. Our family loves it and I love it because I can put it on and when we come home, dinner is ready. It tastes amazingly like real lasagna but its SO EASY! Try it and let me know what you think! If you are vegetarian, you can substitute Morning Star Farms Crumbles or a 20 oz. can of Worthington Brand Vegeburger and cut the cooking time down slightly.

    Recipe #325001

    This is definitely not the kind of recipe I usually post on Zaar. In fact, some people who read this recipe may think I am out of my cotton pickin' mind and wonder where I get the nerve to call my self a cook at all...lol. But, I love this stuff. First of all, you have to be a spam lover to even consider this. I have loved spam since I was younger. I don't eat it often, now that I am an adult, but there are still times that I find myself wanting it. This was one of those times. I was having a lazy day and didn't feel much like cooking and this is the recipe that resulted. I was very much in the mood for spam and for fast results. My husband even liked this and he isn't much of a spam fan most of the time! So, if you are thinking about trying this recipe, you have to love spam, ok? You can add two beaten eggs after it it all together and then put some spaghetti sauce over the top and bake it as well. I did that once but I like it better just plain when I am in a hurry!!! the cooking time of 10-12 min. is for cooking the macaroni. But if you decide to do the oven one with the beaten eggs, you will cook it 30-40 min. or until the eggs are set and well done.

    Recipe #341360

    This recipe came from a cooking show on 3ABN called, "Let's Cook Together." The beauty of it is that it can be converted to non-vegetarian by using hamburger meat. But, the vegetarian version is quite good as well. My family loves both and when we have company who are vegetarians, we do the non-meat version. The prep time for the vegeburger one is less because you don't have to cook the vegeburger first. The hamburger one requires cooking and draining the meat before you proceed.

    Recipe #376045

    I got this recipe from "Marla's Cheap and Easy Recipes" and I have made it so many times plus added ingredients that our family likes. You can add whatever your family likes and it will work well. Very simple and the kids love it.

    Recipe #307199

    I found this recipe in one of my grandmother's old cookbooks in her own handwriting. She had copied it from somewhere but I don't know where she got it. It was stuck in the back of the book in a pile of other recipes. It sounds kind of strange but it is SO GOOD! We like it at family holiday dinners and birthdays. I love cooked rutabagas but never thought of using them in a cake! Once I tried it, we all loved it!

    Recipe #308029

    I found this recipe in "EAT" magazine published by Better Homes and Gardens. I am always looking for a different way to make green bean casserole apart from the normal one found on Campbell's soup cans that everyone serves at Thanksgiving. This one is good and you can add extras that are tailored to your family's tastes. I added some low sodium soy sauce to the soup before adding it to the casserole.

    Recipe #308175

    This is a vegetarian version of ham salad for sandwiches or to use in a green salad. I got the recipe from the website for vegetarian food products, for the Worthington, Loma Linda and Cedar Lake brands of imitation meat products. Although we do eat meat, we love these recipes as well. I think you will like them too if you try them. Make sure you don't chop ingredients too fine or it won't mix well and it will be too gooey. You can find these meatless products in a natural health food store or online through vegefood.com The cooking time is the chilling time.

    Recipe #323504

    I found this recipe on one of my low carb diabetic recipe sites. We loved it and I could eat it because it was so low in carbs which wasn't hard on my blood surgar levels. Plus, it tasted really good. I ate it over 1/4 c of cooked rice which had 36 g of carbs and the chicken dish has only 9.5 g carbs. So, it gave me only 45 g of carbs for my dinner. I had been trying to keep it to 45g carbs per meal so I loved this one! The 28 minute cooking time is for the chicken dish only. There is another 20 minutes to cook the rice. That makes it 48 minutes for cooking time.

    Recipe #487052

    I found this recipe in one of those little recipe books sold near the checkstand in the grocery store. I always look at them to see whether they have any good recipes. We love this one and it is When I can, I use real crab meat but the imitation seems to do ok in it and its cheaper too.

    Recipe #306539

    This recipe came from a taste of home cookbook. It was one of those little ones that they sell by the checkstand in the grocery store. Even people who don't usually like carrots love this one.

    Recipe #308042

    I found the sweet and sour recipe on betterrecipes.com and adapted it to our fasts. It was originally for Kielbasa but we discovered that this sauce can be used for hot dog topping, pork chops, chicken or anything you would like to use it with. This is our crock pot pork chop version. Let me know if anybody likes it! Sometimes, I add baby corn and a pkg. of frozen chinese style vegetables that I par-cook in the microwave in a little bit of water before I add them to the pan. You can add most anything to this basic recipe and it will still be good.

    Recipe #311325

    I found this online when I was looking for a recipe for my sister. I copied it and then went back to looking for her recipe..lol. But, our family loves these. I know there will be some of you out there who won't care for them at all but that's ok. Everybody has different tastes! When I make them, I have to hide them in the fridge until dinner because my son and his friends will eat them all up before dinner and leave an empty plate on the counter.You can add a bit more mayonnaise if needed. Cook time is chill time and time for cooking the eggs.(10 for cooking the eggs, 10 for cooling and 30 for chilling the eggs). We sometimes have some of the filling left and My husband mixes it with chicken or tuna for a sandwich on toasted english muffins. (open faced)

    Recipe #383006

    I got this recipe from a friend a few years ago. It quickly turned into a family favorite. Everybody requests it when they come to our house for dinner. It is a good way to use leftover chicken. You can use white meat turkey as well if you have any of that left over at Thanksgiving.

    Recipe #305075

    I found this recipe from a friend when I was in college. She said her aunt gave it to her for her hope chest recipe book. I don't think people do "hope chests" anymore, but this recipe won't ever become obsolete because it is yummy! Make sure you don't over bake the crust! I have done it a few times and had to start again because it got too hard and crispy. My sisters have all asked for this recipe. They make it for baby showers and parties.

    Recipe #305874

    My son got this recipe from his friend's mom. He liked it so much that he brought it home and asked me to make it for him. My husband loved it too and it is so easy to make. You can use any kind of fruit you like or pie filling so its good for anybody. I like it on those nights when I just don't have time to make a dessert.

    Recipe #306264

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