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    Another favorite of the kids... Delicious alone, toasted, or on a sandwich. This recipe is from a cookbook. Makes one very large loaf.

    Recipe #177576

    My grandson, Matthew, brought this recipe home and wanted me to make them. He had them in class and said they were soooo good! He got the recipe from his third grade classmate's mom. We will be trying them today.

    Recipe #172134

    This is just the dressing for Loretta's Broccoli Salad. It may also be used for other salads as well. Nutritional facts are for one tablespoon of dressing.

    Recipe #167268

    From Delicious Living Magazine's April 2005 publication. Described as follows: "Mandelbrot, mandel bread, is often called Jewish biscotti. Bake them until they are hard and crunchy to dip into coffee or tea, or bake a little less for a delectable soft-in-the-middle cookie. These keep for a few weeks in an air-tight container". Makes 24 pieces. PER PIECE: 145 cal, 38% fat cal, 6 g fat, 2 g sat fat, 27 mg col, 3 g protien, 20 g carb, 1 g fiber, 43 mg sodium

    Recipe #128114

    From Delicious Living Magazine's April 2005 publication. Described in article as follows: "Modeled after a fantastic sauce I had with lamb cubes at a Turkish restaurant in San Francisco, this all-purpose yogurt sauce hits many notes; sweet, sour, hot, salty, herbaceous, and that mysterious savory flavor the Japanese call 'umani'. Serve with red bell pepper, jicama, and carrot slices; as a topping for baked potatoes; with grilled lamb, chicken, or tofu; tossed in tuna salad; or as a different and nutritious sandwich spread". Makes about 2 cups. PER SERVING (1 tablespoon): 28 cal, 68% fat cal, 2 g fat, 0 g sat fat, 0 mg col, 1 g protein, 1 g carb, 0 g fiber, 40 mg sodium

    Recipe #128113

    Chewy, sweet, and high in fiber. A delicious way to get your oats and fiber.

    Recipe #128112

    Found this in Parents Magazine January 2005 issue. Haven't made it yet, but want to soon. Crushed tortilla chips give this soup its authentic flavor and hearty texture.

    Recipe #108139

    I found this at www.proctorsilex.com. I lost the recipe book for my super shooter plus years ago and found that regular spritz cookie recipes don't work in it!. I haven't yet tried this one yet, but will soon. I hope to add a few drops each of orange flavoring and yellow and red food coloring. I used to make a flower cookie with a "red hots" candy center that was so cute and always got compliments.

    Recipe #107483

    From the Arm & Hammer Baking soda box. This recipe is perfect for time-crunched schedules. The dough can be frozen until you are ready to bake! Be sure to decorate the cookies with the holiday-colored sugar crystals or sprinkles.

    Recipe #107355

    Out of pumpkin pie spice and only need a little to get you through until you buy more? From Hamilton Beach web site a few years back.

    Recipe #107059

    Got this recipe from Hamilton Beach site a few years back, this recipe is for the Proctor-Silex Super Shooter.

    Recipe #106929

    This recipe is reported to work well in the Proctor-Silex Super Shooter or Super Shooter Plus cookie presses. It may be refrigerated to make dough stiffer if necessary for other cookie presses. I lost my recipe book that came with the Super Shooter and found other spritz cookie recipes to be too stiff or too sticky to work in my machine. I found this recipe through a google search at www.familyeducation.com/whatworks.

    Recipe #106928

    This recipe is reported to work well in the Proctor-Silex Super Shooter or Super Shooter Plus cookie press. It will also work with other cookie presses if the dough is refrigerated first. I lost my recipe book for the Super Shooter and found most spritz cookie recipes to be too stiff to work in my machine. I found this recipe through Google searches at www.christmas-cookies.com.

    Recipe #106665

    I made this up the other day and my brother-in-law can't stop eating it! I think it is delicious and want to share it with others. Most of the items I purchased in bulk so it is also very economical. This recipe is not only tasty, but also high in fiber and packed with nutrition.

    Recipe #94703

    In thinking of inexpensive ways to feed my family healthier foods I had this idea. I bought the additions to the bread flours in bulk and spent less than 75 cents for the ingredients other than the bread flours.

    Recipe #92133

    This will replace the expensive syrup you buy to make flavored coffee or espresso. I think it is as good as "Torani" or "Davinci". This recipe will nearly fill an empty 23 oz. bottle.

    Recipe #71652

    Very tasty, economical, and healthy... My soon to be "brother-in-law" loves this granola, as does the rest of our family.

    Recipe #70291

    When I was 18 my friend Ann's parents owned a cafe in our small town (Uniontown, WA). One day she brought over the best sugar cookies I have ever tasted! I had to have the recipe...

    Recipe #70290

    Served at my grandma's house for every holiday occasion as long as I can remember. You wouldn't know there is cabbage in this unless you saw the ingredient list! Tastes like fruit and whipped cream!

    Recipe #70289

    A tasty result of cleaning out the pantry. Makes LOTS of really good cookies!

    Recipe #70288

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