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     |  By hannah234

    Hmmm. So I followed the recommendations of reviewers (add in an egg and use 3 t. of baking powder.) However, it was so sticky! I kept adding...

    Recipe #293243


    Recipe #198317

     |  By grandma2969

    These are delicious! These cookies have gotten me the best compliments. I've had full grown men swipe the entire plate at cookie exchanges so they...

     |  By Rae England

    I can't believe I haven't rated this yet...I've been making it for Thanksgiving the last six years...this year I made enough to feed 40 hungry...

    Recipe #104292

     |  By AZPARZYCH

    I totally enjoyed this soup...I used turkey wings that were leftover from Make Ahead Turkey Gravy...I also omitted the rice because I'm watching my carb...

    Recipe #397355

     |  By Boomette

    I really enjoyed this...I omitted the rice because of the carb amount...but the rest I kept the someone else had mentioned there really...

    Recipe #339284


    Buttering the pan makes cleanup easier (I use a stainless steel saucepan), hence the 4 stars. I've always just made poached eggs in plain water;...

    Recipe #271545

    By Dib's

    Great easy to follow recipe, my kids loved them! Thanks for sharing!

    Recipe #16831


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     |  By Tisme

    Yum! Out of necessity, I had to change a few things. I had no fresh thyme, so I used a sprinkle of dry, I had no gruyere, so I used swiss. I, too,...

     |  By swissms

    I'm sorry but this was horrible, we actually had to bin it

    Recipe #348932

     |  By PCrocker

    Absolutely amazing! Made this for my husband and father-in-law because it is their favorite and it turned out to be my favorite! I signed up...

    Recipe #101954


    These were delicious!!! I will add more spice next time, but they are a hit!

    Recipe #3560

     |  By TeresaS

    Yummy! Made as directed and they were a hit in my house. I'll make these the next time we have guests :D

    Recipe #196585

     |  By BecR

    I made this in the morning....I cut up all the eng muff and threw them in the oven on hi broil to toast a bit. I layered like a traditional benny....

    Recipe #121583

     |  By Rachel-Snachel

    Very easy and tasty for breakfast item. Dough is very very sticky. I just floured my hands and it worked perfectly. They brown quickly on bottom. I...

    Recipe #214051


    Yum, these are really great. Used mostly whole wheat pastry flour with just shy of 1/4 c coconut flour. Didn't add raisins or nuts because of the...

    Recipe #181385

     |  By Rita~

    Oh Rita, again with the great recipe! Thanks soooo much! I was looking for a turkey pot pie, saw your name and knew this was the one. The only...

    Recipe #162902


    Wow this recipe calls for a LOT of butter!

    Recipe #137858

     |  By Malriah

    This is a standard meal around my house..although these days, even hamburger is expensive!

    Recipe #27520


    Recipe #112805

     |  By MISSJ1978

    Or as the ancient recipe on the Reese's pb chips bag instructs, you can melt the chocolate chips and milk together, remove from heat, quickly stir...

     |  By Bromleygirl

    This is delicious! I came across this when I was trying to find a way to use up some Ovaltine. More of a tea bread than a cake it is amazing with...

    Recipe #154701


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