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    Super fun Halloween treats that the kids are sure to enjoy. Easy to make and look great to!! I got the idea off of another website that used chocolate pudding but I thought using vanilla and dying it orange would be really cool since the pudding and oreos together would be traditional Halloween colors. This recipe can be easily divided in half and so on. For the pudding I used the kind that you cook verses the instant. I think the cooked pudding has a much nicer and thicker consistency. The amount below for the oreos is a guesstimate because it wouldn't let me put down 1 large package of oreos but either way just one regular package of oreos crushed is what you need. Enjoy!

    Recipe #397242

    This is a recipe I found on the back of a Campbells soup can years ago and have made this recipe many, many times and it is without a doubt a family favorite. Simple, quick and very tasty. Definately a meal to make if your pressed for time( I can usually get it on the table in under an hour from start to finish). In order to make this in a timely fashion, only use boneless, skinless chicken breasts or chicken tenderloins. I think these cook up more tender and quicker than breasts with the bone still in. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #310094

    Without a doubt the best Peanut Butter Frosting I have ever made. Creamy, great flavor,and has never glazed over or got that "crusty" look to it like some frostings do once they have set up. With this recipe you can also omit the milk and you have a great peanut butter filling to sandwich in between cake layers. If by chance the frosting looks a bit stiff, you can blend in up to 1-2 more tablespoons of milk, just do so slowly and mix well before adding more. This makes 3 cups of frosting, enough to frost a 2 or 3 layer cake or a 13 by 9 inch sheet cake with some to spare. I hope you love this recipe as much as I do.

    Recipe #309777

    Ladies and Gentlemen, I kid you not! This is the best Chocolate Cake I have ever tasted without a doubt. This cake is so moist,so wonderful its hard to describe any further. This is the only cake I have ever eaten that tastes wonderful enough on its own. It does not need frosting if you so choose. Its batter is so thick, feel free to throw in some chocolate chips. I promise you, they wont sink to the bottom of the pan. When ever I have made it, I like to keep it in the refrigerator. I think the flavor and the moistness is enhanced when it comes out nice and cold. Sit back and grab yourself a glass of milk and enjoy!

    Recipe #309734


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