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    My DH and DS are always begging me to make this. It is VERY addictive, super easy to make, and most certainly not very good for you.

    Recipe #419962

    My mom always made these cookies for special occasions. They look like any other cookie, but they are beyond delicious. Any kind of chocolate chip can be used - I love milk chocolate, but my DH is more partial to white chocolate.

    Recipe #385919

    This is a basic gourmet scone recipe. In this recipe, I am using strawberries, but you can use a variety of fruit(s) (blueberry, strawberry-rhubarb, currant, raspberry, peach, pumpkin, etc). Also, I tend to use splenda instead of sugar, since I'm splurging in the calorie department with the whipping cream!!! Extra treat: add some chunks of cream cheese to the centre of each scone. Yummy!!!

    Recipe #386708

    This is makes the best whole wheat pizza crust we have ever had. Feel free to tweak it to suit your owns tastes. It does tend to rise when cooking, so if you are wanting a thinner crust, roll it as thin as possible before baking. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do! *Please note that I have listed the ingredients in the order you put them into your bread maker, but if you are mixing with a mixer/by hand, mix the dry ingredients first and then add the liquids.

    Recipe #419862


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