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    Delicious, creamy, potato soup with baked potato fixin's! Don't make this if you are watching your calorie/fat/anything intake!

    Recipe #414166

    Not your everyday mac n cheese, this recipe is very rich. It is just a tad spicy with the red pepper and dijon mustard. Even with the little bit of spice it is still child friendly. And delicious! I grate my cheese (slowly at that!) so your prep time will be less if you used shredded-from-the-package cheese. You can use unsalted butter in the sauce. If you use regular butter but prefer less salt, then just cut back a bit on the salt listed in the ingredients.

    Recipe #414012

    Bit of an odd concoction that I came up with but very tasty.

    Recipe #400083

    Got this recipe from Rachael Ray's web site from Bob Greene, Oprah's trainer. "Lasagna, without cheese? You may be skeptical but this dish is pure comfort food -- with less fat and cholesterol, and fewer calories. You don't even need to precook the lasagna noodles! This is a great recipe to make ahead, store and reheat before serving. You can also make this with *rotini."

    Recipe #366099


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