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    This Smoothie recipe is very easy to make I got this recipe from copying my mother when I was about 10 I'm 12 now and I use this recipe all the time!

    Recipe #326334

    To tell the truth, I got this recipe out of a North American Indian Craft/Cook book, it is very good. And you can put almost anything on top like: Honey and powder sugar, beans or dalsa! Personally I think the honey and powder sugar is best. If you looking for something like a Funnel cake, then look no farther!

    Recipe #376274

    I got and tried this recipe a couple months ago and it sounded and little odd to me at first but I tried it and they we eaten by my Family in just a few days! Also if you don't have the cookie cutter it calls for you can just use a very little juice glass, thats what i used and it turned out great :)

    Recipe #355686

    I don't quite remember were I got this one but I use to make them a lot and there great for a short notice party or sleep over! There also fun to make and you can add almost anything after dipping it in chocolate! You can use a microwave or a special chocolate melter to melt your chocolate, just make sure if your using a microwave to keep an eye on it ;) You also may need more chocolate depending on how many you want to make. If you want to make then mint chocolate dipped pretzels just add about a teaspoon of mint extract to the melted chocolate =)

    Recipe #355427

    This recipe is almost like the jelly tarts same crust but different insides :) There great for a fun,easy and fast breakfasts! I also like to add ham or bacon in mine but you don't have to ;)

    Recipe #355736

    This is also a great recipe I got from a little cook book some months ago it very good and simple to make! With this great pasta recipe you"ll Never want to use store bought again!

    Recipe #355665

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