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    The addition of graham cracker crumbs makes all the difference!

    Recipe #461040

    Meringues with a swirl of Nutella.

    Recipe #450644

    47 Reviews |  By MDMama

    We like Hamburger Helper but we don't like the MSG or other icky ingredients! You can prepare "sauce packets" ahead of time to save time. Increase/alter seasonings and/or cheese to suit your tastes!

    Recipe #418682

    A friend enjoyed this soup while in Peru several years ago. She noted the ingredients and did her best to recreate it at home. She usually wings it and put it in recipe form just for me.

    Recipe #416830

    1 Reviews |  By MDMama

    Great when you're craving the taste of a campfire roasted marshmallow. Tasty nibble to satisfy a sweet tooth without hurting your waistline. Note: 'zaar would not allow a single ingredient recipe, no water needed!

    Recipe #413152

    This is an adaptation of a Joy of Cooking recipe. I made these in my Wilton Jumbo muffin pan for coffee house or bakery style muffins, but you can use standard muffin tins as well. I freeze my leftover cranberries at Thanksgiving and use them right from the freezer, chopping in my pampered chef chopper or food processor. Use whatever type of milk you have on hand. The richer the milk, the richer the muffins. Use heavy cream for a truly decadent muffin. Vary the butter amount based on your taste as well. Use the full stick if you are making these ahead of time. These are great with white chocolate if you like it. Try with mini chocolate chips, chopped chocolate, or cinnamon chips. Baking time varies based on the temperature of your ingredients and the size of the muffins. As little as 15 minutes for small/standard muffins with room temp ingredients, up to 30 minutes for Jumbo muffins with frozen cranberries.

    Recipe #413150

    1 Reviews |  By MDMama

    I'm not sure where this came from. It was a clipped recipe my Mom gave me. It says "This recipe for a gooey and rich brownie was originally published in Fannie Merritt Farmer's The Boston Cooking-School Cook Book (Little, Brown, 1911). I did not use walnuts, as I don't care for nuts in my brownies! If you prefer, top baked brownies with ganache and sprinkle chopped pecans on

    Recipe #413149

    1 Reviews |  By MDMama

    This was the Parenting magazine cookie contest grand prize winner, as published in the December/January 2009 issue. I doubled the amount of marshmallow cream in the original reccipe and I got only 12 finished cookies, about 3" each, vs 24 in the original recipe

    Recipe #413147

    3 Reviews |  By MDMama

    This is my adaptation of a recipe a friend gave me. Use more or less milk and/or adjust spices and sugar to your taste. Makes 4 modest servings or 2 very hearty servings. My husband prefers much more sugar in his. Alternatively, you may bring to a rolling boil, then boil gently 10 minutes, reduce heat to low and simmer 30 or more minutes, or according to your oat package instructions & taste. Watch for boil over!

    Recipe #392404

    27 Reviews |  By MDMama

    I started making this to use in my daughter's chocolate milk, since I am not a fan of HFCS, and a teeny bottle of organic chocolate syrup was over $4. I double the batch and store in a 32 oz rubbermaid "chug" bottle. You can store this in the fridge in any CLEAN container with a spout for several months.

    Recipe #329804

    These aren't quite like the real thing, but they are very tasty. I have also had good luck with making a large batch and slightly undercooking some to freeze and reheat later for a quick treat. The rolling is the most time consuming part of this recipe, so I've typed this up as a recipe for 4 pretzels, but it is easily multiplied. Prep time includes rising and rolling. (approximate) I have also rolled them into a 3"x17" rectangle, spread with about 2T cream cheese, or cream cheese mixture (especially good with a Tastefully simple cheese ball mix inside!) the folding the sides & rolling up, then twisting as usual.

    Recipe #329803


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