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    Be warned...this is not low calorie or "healthy" by any means, but it sure is good! Often when I make this, I slice up a leftover chicken breast and add it to the sauce just long enough to heat through before serving. Makes delicious Chicken Mushroom Alfredo!

    Recipe #430707

    I threw this together last night to cook for breakfast this morning using just what I had on hand and it turned out beautifully. This is very adaptable to your individual taste. You can leave out the bacon bits, or substitute cooked sausage or ham. Next time I will definitely add mushrooms and green peppers! This is wonderful served with fresh tomato slices and/or other fruit.

    Recipe #429281

    Adapted from a recipe in Real Simple magazine, this bakes up crunchy and moist.Use the cheddar flavored Flipside crackers for extra cheesy flavor. I make this when I'm making Baked Mac & Cheese, and top it with the leftover crumb mixture too! Steamed broccoli is a perfect compliment to the other two dishes. I used Flipside crackers (townhouse crackers with pretzel on one side), but plain ol' Ritz, Townhouse or Club crackers will do.

    Recipe #421664

    Super easy and yummy...from Taste of Home, Feb/Mar 2010

    Recipe #421663

    Another one from my hairdresser, but modified to suit my taste. This makes a lot of stuffing, so I fill a couple of ramekins with the stuffing for lunches on another day. I love to use a mixture of red, yellow, orange and green peppers for color and flavor!

    Recipe #417927

    This is super simple to put together. This makes too much filling for a regular pie dish, so I'd suggest either a casserole dish, or at least a deep dish pie plate. This is excellent made with left over pot roast, but the canned roast beef works just fine for me too. You can also substitute 2 four ounce cans of sliced mushrooms for the fresh mushrooms, and cooking sherry works great in place of the red cooking wine.

    Recipe #415480

    My boyfriend LOVES pineapple so I set out to create a main dish that incorporated his favorite food. I serve this over rice seasoned with butter and a soy sauce (1 T butter and 2 t of light soy sauce per cup of uncooked rice). I add them right to the rice cooker in the beginning and it always turns out yummy. Also, when I can find it, I buy a frozen diced onion, red and green pepper mix. Sam's Club carries it occasionally and it's a terrific recipe staple!

    Recipe #415191

    I make this in a rice cooker and it's super simple! When I have frozen diced onion, red, and green bell pepper mix on hand, I use 2 T of that in place of the fresh onion and peppers, and it's every bit as good. I really prefer the mix of red and green peppers in this dish to just plain ol' green sweet peppers. I frequently use the reduced sodium version of both the soy sauce and the chicken broth and it turns out just fine.

    Recipe #415190

    My hairdresser shared this recipe with me. I love it served over egg noodles, but my mom prefers it over rice. Either way, it's super yummy! I often use chicken tenders in this recipe, but my hairdresser uses skinless, boneless thighs.

    Recipe #415179

    Easy, and delicious. Great for chilly autumn or winter days with a loaf of warm crusty bread. The best part, for me, is that you don't even need to brown the beef first!

    Recipe #398076

    I needed to adapt my favorite pasta salad to fit in at a Mexican themed potluck at work. This one got rave reviews! I've also made this with cheese tortellini and it was very good.

    Recipe #392724

    My aunt has made this for holidays for as long as I can remember. My cousins and I will butt heads for the last piece. Good thing she usually makes two!

    Recipe #391015

    Quick and easy...and totally yummy!

    Recipe #391014

    I love French toast, but I HATE it when it's soggy. This cooks up light and delicious. It's especially good topped with fresh berries or warm apple pie filling!

    Recipe #387859

    This was inspired by my favorite dish at Macaroni Grill. My favorite way to use this rich sauce is to add shrimp to the spinach/mushroom saute and serve over hot linguine. Crab meat and scallops are also wonderful in this!

    Recipe #387858

    I get requests for this southern delicacy every holiday season. There are two key elements to this: drain the fruits EXTREMELY well, and let the salad set overnight for optimal flavor!

    Recipe #346837

    This recipe came about when the ingredients for the frosting and the cake mix were inadvertently combined...oops! The result is a happy accident that is both easy and delicious!

    Recipe #346748

    I love, loVE, LOVE Ambrosia Fruit Salad. It's my favorite holiday treat. However in this recipe, it becomes a great quick dessert for any time of the year!

    Recipe #323368

    I wanted a soup reminiscent of my favorite Mexican food...FAJITAS...and this is what I came up with.! I prefer to make this in a slow cooker. The aroma fills the whole house...yummy! I serve this with tortilla chips, grated cheese and sour cream for toppers.

    Recipe #310165

    My daughter-in-law and I made this for my grandson's second birthday party. It was a HUGE hit. We used Betty Crocker sugar cookie mix, but you could use refrigerated dough, or make your own. You can also put just about any fruit topping on it as well. We bought mandarin oranges and pineapple tidbits, but really liked the way it looked without them, so we left them off. My sister takes this same basic idea and makes little individual "pizzas" when she has special occasions. You can really use your imagination here...chocolate chips, red licorice, M&Ms....the sky's the limit! (The fruit is my favorite though!)

    Recipe #305976

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