Family Recipes

Appetizers & Sides

Spicy Chicken Buffalo Dip
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Ingredients:
2 blocks of Fat Free Cream Cheese
small bottle of hot sauce
1 pkg. shredded cheddar cheese
2 cans shredded chicken (drained)
1 block jalapeno cheese (thinly sliced)
1 big bottle Fat Free Ranch

Directions:
Mix all ingredients together and bake at 375 degrees for 25-30 minutes

Baked Corn
Ingredients:
2 Tbl Sugar
1 Can cream corn
1 Can Whole corn-drained
1 pint Sour cream
1 Box Jiffy corn bread
1 Stick melted butter
2 Eggs

Directions:
Mix all ingredients. Place in a 2 qt. casserole dish. Bake at 350 degrees for 80-90 minutes uncovered.

Great Picnic Beans 
In Crock pot:
2 Cans Pork & beans
2 Cans Kidney beans-drained
2 Cans Buttered beans-drained
2 Cans Green beans-drained
2  6oz tomato paste
2 Cups brown sugar
1 lb bacon-browned and broken into pieces
*Simmer on low

Creamy Vegetable Medley 

Candied Carrots


Dinners

Creamy Broccoli Soup
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Ingredients:
1/4 Cup Chopped Onion
1 Tbl Margarine
2 Cups of Milk
8 oz Cream cheese, cubed
3/4 lb Velveeta cheese, cubed
10 oz chopped fine broccoli, cooked & drained (food processor or blender)
1/4 tsp nutmeg
dash pepper

Directions:
In a 2 qt sauce pan ( 5 qt if doubled) cook onion in margarine until tender. Be careful not to burn. With heat on medium, add milk, cream cheese and stir until melted. Add remaining ingredients; heat thoroughly, stirring occasionally.

Stuffed Shells (with turkey burger & Velveeta cheese)
1/2 Lb jumbo shells
1Tbs oil
1 LB ground beef or turkey
2 slices broken bread
1/4 cup milk- poured over bread
3/4 cup Velveeta cheese chunk
1 jar (15 0z) Ragu or any brand sauce

Directions:
Cook shells in water and oil according to package directions, drain. Mix rest of ingredients in bowl and fill shells. Put in greased baking dish. Pour Ragu sauce over shells. Cover with tin foil. Bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes. If made the day before, don't put sauce on until ready to go into oven.

Chicken Pot Pie
Ingredients:
Whole chicken
5-6 large potatoes peeled and cut up
dough:
2 cups flour
2 eggs
dash salt
1 tsp shortening
enough water to make it roll (1/3 cup)
saffron
pepper

Directions:
Cook chicken in 5 quart kettle with 3/4 full water for 1 hour. Take chicken out to cool. Place potatoes in boiling water, while cooking make dough using remaining ingredients. Roll out dough and cut into squares. Place dough squares into kettle a few at a time stirring occasionally. Cut up chicken and place into kettle. Add saffron, salt & pepper. Simmer & serve.

Hearty Casserole
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Ingredients:
1/2 cup chopped onion
1 Lb ground beef or turkey
1/2 Lb-3/4 Lb American cheese cubed
8 0z cooked elbow macaroni
1 Tbs mustard
1/2 pkg. frozen corn
1/2 tsp pepper
1 can tomato soup

Directions:
Place ground beef/turkey in skillet and brown. When it loses its reddish color, add onion and cook. When brown, set aside to cool. Spray casserole dish with cooking spray. Mix cheese, macaroni, mustard, corn, salt, pepper and tomato soup in casserole dish. Stir in mixture of meat and onions. Bake at 350 for 1 hour in the large casserole dish (covered).

Salisbury Steaks
Ingredients:
1 can condensed cream of mushroom soup
1- 1 1/2 Lb ground beef or turkey
1/2 cup dry bread crumbs
1 egg, slightly beaten
1/4 cup finely chopped onion
1/3 cup water

Directions:
Combine 1/4 cup soup with ground beef/turkey, bread crumbs, egg, onion and pepper. Mix thoroughly. Shape into 6 patties and place in a shallow baking dish. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes. Spoon of excess fat. Combine remaining soup with water and pour over patties. Bake 10 minutes longer. Can also fry in pan instead of baking.
Desserts

Pumpkin Roll
3 eggs
2/3 cup pumpkin
1 tsp baking soda
1 cup sugar
3/4 cup flour
2 tsp cinnamon
Filling:
8 oz cream cheese softened
1 stick of butter
1 cup 10x sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla

Directions:
Mix the cake ingredients. Put wax paper in Jelly Roll pan or Cookie sheet. Bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees. Get out of the oven, lift up wax paper with cake and flip over onto a towel that has been sprinkled with 10x sugar. Roll up the towel with cake and let cool. Mix softened items for icing. Unroll cake and spread icing, roll back up. Sprinkle top with 10x

Perfect Apple Pie
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Ingredients:
5-6 large Macintosh apples
1/2 cup sugar
1 Tbs flour
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 dash salt & nutmeg
Crumbs:
1/2 cup sugar
3/4 cup flour
1/3 cup butter (stick)

Directions:
peel and slice apples. mix sugar, flour, cinnamon, salt and nutmeg with apple slices. Put in pie shell.
Fork crumb ingredients in a bowl until balls together, sprinkle on pie.
Bake at 350 for 50 minutes- wrap crust, remove last 10 minutes.

M&M Cookies
Ingredients:
1 Cup shortening
1 Cup brown sugar
1/2 Cup granulated sugar
2 tsp Vanilla
2 Eggs
2 1/4 Cups Flour
1 tsp Baking soda
1 tsp Salt
1 lb bag of m&m's

Directions:
Mix all ingredients together (except m&m's) with hand mixer. Add in m&m's mix through with spoon. Drop mixture by spoonfuls on cookie sheet. Bake @ 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes.

Apple Dumplings with Brown Sugar Sauce

Apple Crisp Delight

Homemade WOWButter (or Peanut Butter) Cups


WOWButter Cookies with Hershey Kisses (Peanut Free Peanut Butter Blossoms)


WOWButter (or Peanut Butter) Easter Eggs


Homemade Chocolate Cake with WOWButter Icing



535 comments:

  1. Love the recipes and that they are yours I will have to try several of them. You should post more

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  2. Tried the Great Picnic Beans .... it was a hit with the family - Thanks

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  3. Thanks for sharing your recipes, the Salisbury Steaks are very good I grew up having them at least once a week and it's been so long since I had them again and then I seen your recipe and had to make for supper, they were a big hit

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  4. Will be trying some of these this weekend.

    -Jen H

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  5. Love the Salisbury steak recipe, I have made it in the past but I never knew you could bake it. When I made it, It was done in a frying pan and the patties would fall apart.

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  6. I love the Hearty Casserole recipe! Everything in one dish, so good!

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  7. These all sound terrific. You have now have me craving Salisbury Steak.

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  8. The Hearty Casserole recipe sounds great. The kids would enjoy this.

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  9. Wow, great looking recipes. I'll have to try some. :)

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  10. Your "Baked Corn" Sounds wonderful!! I never knew there was Sour Cream in the recipe!! I will have to try yours!!

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  11. My husband and I love Salisbury Steak, but we never make it. Thank you for your recipe. I want to give it a try. I'm sure I'll love it.

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  12. Will have to try the buffalo chicken dip sounds delicious

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  13. Left over apples make for a great pie...good recipe

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  14. I so can't wait to try the pumpkin roll recipe... Thank you for sharing

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  15. Definitely going to tr someof your recipes. The chicken pot pie will be one of my 1st to try.

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  16. I am going to try your recipe for Creamy Broccoli Soup. That is my favorite kind!!!!

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  17. I GONNA TRY THE HEARTY CASSAROLE RECIPE --THANKS FOR SHARING..WISH ME LUCK

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  18. The heart casserole sounds great. With a little one with a serious milk allergy, it's hard to find great recipes that I can adapt to be safe. With our cheese substitute, I can't wait to try this! Thanks!

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  19. I love broccoli soup and have made it from several different recipes for many years. However, the recipe here has an interesting twist of adding cream cheese. I am going to have to try your recipe. Thank you for sharing.

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  20. The Pumpkin Roll sounds great I wish you had some pictures of it completed. Did it go over well?

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  21. The chicken pot pie sounds delicious! I have always wanted to try making it homemade, I have only had it at restaurants or (ahem) frozen. I will definitely have to try this! Thank you!

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  22. All of these recipes sound so yummy. Thanks for sharing. Saving to my file.

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  23. Thank you for sharing the recipes , i will be making the chicken pot pie very soon , sounds delish & yummy thank you

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  24. Thanks so much for sharing, I already have a few of these, but you have given me quite a few to add to my recipe box.

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  25. Great collection of recipes. I especially love the creamy broccoli soup!

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  26. I also loved the Broccoli Creamy Soup and the Pumpkin Roll, Manicotti. I will be using your recipes. Thank you so much for sharing your recipes with all of us.

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  27. I love your Manicotti recipe! The only change I would make (and it's just personal preferance), would be to substitute broken up portobello mushrooms for the meat. Thanks!

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  28. Thank you for sharing , i think im going to make the baked corn recipe for Easter dinner :) sounds delish

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  29. Wow the pumpkin roll sounds amazing!

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  30. These sound so good, but I can't wait to try the Salisbury Steaks!

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  31. Love Pumpkin and all the spices used in it. Cannot wait to try the rolls. Sounds delicious. Thanks!

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  32. Thanks for having a recipe section on your blog! I love trying new recipes!

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  33. The picnic beans are like what I grew up with that came out of a can! More beans though. We had green beans with "shelly beans" (which are pinto beans - which I only discovered lately) and Mom added bacon and simmered them a long time. Makes those green beans delicious!

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  34. I love the Salisbury Steaks recipe. That brings back yummy memories. I need to make this soon :)

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  35. Loving al these recipes! Thanks for sharing! I want to try the Buffalo Wing Dip this week!

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  36. I'm never really cooked so as an easy first step I just bought a crock pot this month. I have tried fish and chicken and dessert- so far I love the crock pot. I saw the crock pot recipe here for Picnic Beans and I'm pretty excited to have another recipe to make for the summer at camp- we have happy hour every week and share snacks- this will be a hit!! Thanks!

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  37. My daughter loves the Broccoli Soup recipe good post - thanks for sharing

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  38. I like the Baked Beans recipe.I will definitely use it.

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  39. I have been looking for an easy baked corn, though I have heard it called corn pudding, recipe. Thanks for posting it.
    upstatemissy@gmail.com

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  40. I've been looking for a good chicken pot pie recipe for a while now! I used to have a great one that was so simple, I will be trying this one soon! Seems simple enough! :)

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  41. The spicy chicken buffalo dip sounds yummy! I am always trying new things and have never made anything like this before! Thank you for the share!

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  42. I love Italian food. I have made Manicotti before, but never tried it with turkey or Velveeta cheese. I would also like to try the Chicken Pot Pie; sounds easy.

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  43. I am not aware of too many persons whom like Salisbury Steak as much as I do. Its the perfect comfort food to me, goes pretty far and is great as a leftover meal and snack. I hope some people catch on from this post.

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  44. I am going to try the baked corn - that sounds soooo yummy! I also like your dessert recipes, I saved several of them to try! Thank you :)

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  45. Great recipes, thanks for sharing! I'm really anxious to try the Baked Corn recipe!

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  46. There's some great recipes here and I would love to try the Hearty casserole first. I have gotten some recipes from you bloggers that have been our favorite and I love trying new ones. We get so tired of the same things so this is great

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  47. I passed the M&M cookie recipe to my mom- We will be trying them for dessert next Sunday :)

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  48. Your Great Picnic Bean recipe sounds very tasty. Going to try them for our next BBQ! Thanks!

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  49. they all sound yummy, am always looking for new recipes :) hope you add more , thanks for share @tisonlyme143

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  50. I think that your salisbury steak recipe is the same as my mom's. We'd have it maybe once or twice a month, and we all loved it.

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  51. The hearty casserole sounds easy and cost efficient I will have to try it with the ground turkey and see if the family likes it.

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  52. YUM. I LOVE finding other people's "Family Recipes"!! I love to see the different ingredients that are used and that WORK. This page is getting bookmarked so I can make some, especially the Creamy Broccoli Soup and the Pumpkin Roll, *DrOOL*. I want to make them right now!!

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  53. M&M cookies always a favorite and always up to trying new ways of making them. Thanks for the recipe

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  54. After such a brutally cold winter and a very chilly spring, casseroles taste so good. Thats why I like the recipe for Hearty Casserole. I've been looking for a different recipe than the ones I made so much as of late.

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  55. I have tried a M&M cookie recipe. But I am going to try the Baked Corn recipe. I have already copied & pasted the recipe. Corn is one of the foods my whole family loves -so it should be a winner at the dinner table.

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  56. Great recipes! We make the baked corn recipe every Christmas and Thanksgiving dinner!

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  57. Thank you for sharing your recipes with us!

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  58. (Baked Corn Recipe) I really like the sounds of this for our dinner table, will make this sometime soon for our next big family get together.

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  59. love to try new recipes the family could use a change up of what I make all the time it does not vary that much.The Pumpkin Roll is one I make for all the holidays and it is so good everyone loves it.

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  60. It would be great if you could post vegan recipes. My family does not eat animal meat or dairy. Thanks!

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  61. I did try your recipe for the pumpkin roll and it was amazing will be making it again soon

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  62. Spicy Chicken Buffalo Dip sounds perfect. I haven't had this dip in ages. Since it looks like summer may show uop after all, now I know the dip I'll bring and share. At least a little.

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  63. Baked corn never considered it. The recipe sounds interesting enough I may give it a shot

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  64. Spicy Chicken Buffalo Dip looks appealing to me. I am always looking for new recipes. With the NHL playoffs on I always have to have lots on hand.

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  65. I'm so HUNGRY now!! They all looked so darn good and that baked corn is going to happen here tomorrow.

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  66. Those are some delicious looking recipes. I'd especially like to try the Creamy Broccoli Soup.

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  67. I'd like to try the pumpkin roll, esp. Always nice to find good new recipes. -Jen H

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  68. I would like to try the baked corn recipe. My daughter loves corn but myself is sick of it. Another way to make it will be great to try.

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  69. How nice to gather family recipes - I love the Manicotti and Chicken Pot Pie - yum!

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  70. Yum, a lot of these i would really like to try!

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  71. Salsibury Steaks sound easy usually I buy them premade. Now I won't have and excuse not to make them myself.

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  72. Thanks for the great recipes. I have been wanting to make chicken pot pies too. I know my husband would love the salsbury steaks too! Great selection!

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  73. The baked corn was AWESOME!! Thank you.

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  74. Great recipes~thanks for sharing,I especially
    like the chicken pot pie

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  75. The hearty casserole looks really yummy! I love one dish dinners!

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  76. I have been going through your recipes,and my husband just
    asked for Salisbury steak last week,I am happy to have found
    your recipe here.It is a recipe from the olden days.

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  77. I think I will try the recipe for the Spicy Chicken Buffalo dip! Sounds amazing!

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  78. Salisbury Steak has always been a favorite of mine. This recipe is straight forward and easy to follow. I'd like to try it out and then offer it to my family.

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  79. I can't wait to try the Baked Corn. I know we would love it!

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  80. I love your recipes! There are several I want to try, especially the Spicey Buffalo Dip. My son-in-law makes great wings and this would goo great with them.

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  81. The picnic Beans look like a real winner, as well as many other recipes I'd like to try.

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  82. Wow, I have to pin these so I can try some (ok, most ;) ) of them!

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  83. Thanks for all of these recipes!!! I just printed this page so I will always have them. Definitely looking forward to the Perfect Apple Pie recipe!!

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  84. The apple pie sounds very good, but so does the other recipes as well, thanks for sharing them!!

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  85. I actually made the baked corn tonight and it tasted okay so I put a little sugar in the recipe and it turned out so much better!!!

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  86. Thanks for sharing these! I especially appreciate the Salisbury steak and hearty casserole. Always looking for something new to do with a pound of ground beef.

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  87. The Great Picnic Beans sound delicious! And I love that you make them in the crock pot! Perfect for summer BBQ's!

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  88. Well, I made another dish and it was amazing!!! I made the Great Picnic Beans recipe and everyone in my family tore it up so I will be making it again this weekend for Memorial Day!!!

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  89. pretty sure I'll be trying that pumpkin roll along with several others. thanks so much

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  90. Chicken Pot Pie is on the menu here this weekend.

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  91. My son saw manicotti shells at the store and asked me to make it. Thanks for recipe!

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  92. We love pumpkin roll here, I have never made it myself though. I think I may try it today, it's chilly enough to bake today.
    upstatemissy@gmail.com

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  93. I enjoy collecting recipes to my collection and when in the mood for cooking or baking I use one of the recipes to experiment with them for different varieties of meals and desserts. Thank you for your contribution. Love to share them too on my pinterest.

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  94. I totally need to try the manicotti and spicy chicken dip recipes sometime! Thanks for sharing your recipes with us! :)

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  95. I'm so happy to see a recipe with butter beans in it. I love them!! Your recipe for Great Picnic Beans
    In Crock pot:sounds so good. Thank you!!

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  96. Mmmm.. the M & M cookies sound delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe. I'm sure my family will want me to bake up a batch!

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  97. I want to try your M&M cookie recipe. They
    really sound good.Right now
    you can buy big bags of M&M'S at Costco cheaper than what chocolate
    chips cost.

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  98. Hubby is getting brave now that I've used some of these. He said I should try Salisbury Steaks.

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  99. Great recipes! I can't wait to try them. I love the M&M recipe.

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  100. These look really yummy! The Chicken Pot Pie is making me hungry. Might have to get the store for some ingredients :)

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  101. i think the baked corn would be delish--i am gonna try it -thanks for sharing

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  102. I think the Baked Corn recipe would be my first to try. Sounds like a very different way to serve one of my favorite veggies.

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  103. Well, I made the M&M cookies tonight after our Memorial Day cookout and the kids loved them!!! Thanks for the recipes and I will be making more.

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  104. Thanks for sharing such a variety of yummy sounding recipes. I am 59, and my mom just turned 90 thus week. My grinding mother was born in 1896 and died at 100 and she gave me a bunch of her recipes, but I haven't tried to make any of them. They were mostly bread and desserts, but were absolutely scrumptious. I especially want to try your baked corn and chicken pie. I nay send you my granny's recipes for rolls, apple dumplings, persimmon pudding, chess tarts and apple fritters. They all melt in your mouth, but her recipes say a pinch of this and that and I'm a horrible cook. Granny and my mom could make anything and they sewed like angels, but never taught me either skill. I only have her recipes because once when my mom was out of town and I stayed with my grandmother, she sat on a stool in the kitchen and I made the recipes I listed above and she showed new what a pinch was to her, but nothing came out the way her recipes did exactly.

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  105. I am gonna try the Salisbury Steaks recipe this weekend when my kids and granddaughter is over!! I hope it is good because it sounds really good.

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  106. Okay, I know I comment alot on here but I just can't help it!! There are so many great recipes on here!! I will probably end up doing them all.

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  107. I haven't had Salisbury Steaks for so long and when I seen the recipe it brought back some memories of great family dinners, I think I'm going to make this up on the weekend!!

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  108. These recipes sound amazing! I'll definitely have to try a few... I especially want to try your Pumpkin Roll recipe.

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  109. I would love to try the pumpkin roll! I love anything pumpkin! The M&M cookies sound good too! This is making me soooo hungry! lol

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  110. Another update, I made the Hearty Casserole and I must of did something wrong because it did not turn out very good at all which isn't surprising with me because I am not the best cook in the world. I will try it again though one day. LOL

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  111. I love chicken pot pie, but have never made one homemade! Your recipe looks easy, and delicious. Will definitely be giving this a try!

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  112. I can't wait to try the Perfect Apple Pie.

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  113. these are perfect for the summer and BBqing too!!! :)

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  114. I know your M&M Cookie Recipe would be a big hit with our 5 year old grandson! M&M's are his favorite candy!

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  115. Very interesting Manicotti recipe...I have never seen it with meat and bread mixed in before. I LOVE manicotti so Im going to have to try this sometime soon. :) Thanks

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  116. oh those pumpkin rolls sound so delicious and something i can even take on a picnic ;) thanks for sharing all these wonderful recipes with us ;) @tisonlyme143

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  117. These recipes are amazing! I look forward to "stealing them" and making some for our family reunion at Woman Lake, MN.

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  118. Definitely going to have to try some of these!!

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  119. Oh my goodness ! The baked corn sounds delicious , I'm wondering if it tastes like corn pudding. I'm defiantly making this recipe..

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  120. I am going to try some of these recipes this weekend...after I buy some ingredients I do not have on hand. Thanks!

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  121. Your perfect apple pie sound so simple and delicious . I shall have to try it and compare its taste to my recipe.

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  122. Geez...so many great recipes to try out!! Thanks so much...going to put one of them to use today...just can't decide which one!

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  123. Love the chicken pot pie recipe. Will have to give a try for something new!

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  124. Thank you for the Manicotti recipe. I have never made them homemade (always frozen). I am going to make them this weekend!

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  125. Thanks for sharing these wonderful recipes!

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  126. i love family recipes, always makes you feel like a kid again eating your family's food!!! :)

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  127. All these recipes sound wonderful! I LOVE the buffalo chicken dip and the M&M cookies. Thank you for sharing.

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  128. My daughter is autistic and loves m&m's those M&M cookies just might save my party planning for her birthday, she doesn't like the texture of cake so I think I will make the M&M cookies for her birthday party. Thanks for sharing this amazing recipe.

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  129. Thanks for sharing! Boyfriend & I will have to try these out! YUMMY!

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  130. I think the Salisbury steak recipe looks really good. I haven't had Salisbury steak since I was a kid.

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  131. What a lot of great recipes. I can't wait to try the Hearty Casserole and M & M Cookie Recipes.

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  132. The baked corn sounds so good! I love how simple these recipes are. A great start to teaching my son about cooking. :)

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  133. The pumpkin roll looks yummy. Thank you for the recipe!.

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  134. Your hearty casserole sounds good! I like the addition of tomato soup instead of tomato sauce - gives a more mellow flavor.

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  135. That baked corn recipe looks really yummy. I am going to make that tomorrow!

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  136. Came back to check out your hearty casserole....my guys would love it!

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  137. wow, the spicy chicken buffalo dip sounds delicious! I bet the hubby would flip over that, ill have to make it this weekend. Thanks for sharing!

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  138. The baked corn sounds really good!

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  139. I've been looking for a Buffalo Chicken Dip recipe - this one sounds good and you are using fat free ingredients - love that. Going to give this a try! Thank you.

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  140. Now that I read this, I am now hungry. Anyway, I would love to try a few of this dishes for my family. They sound wonderful.

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  141. That baked corn sounds SO good. It's similar to something we eat at Thanksgiving.

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  142. I am going to make the Creamy broccoli soup tonight, its just what I have been craving

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  143. I needed some ideas and these are wonderful! Thanks for sharing some unique and great recipes. I want to make the soup right away!! Rita Spratlen

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  144. The pumpkin roll sounds amazing a must try

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  145. Great recipes! I want to try the broccoli soup!

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  146. They all sound so good!! I am going to try to make the Creamy Broccoli Soup!

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  147. Mmm.... Broccoli soup sounds good!

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  148. Thank you for the recipe for cream of broccoli

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  149. I'm going to try your Salisbury Steak recipe. I had some at a friends at I really liked it, although I'm not sure if the recipes are similar or not

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  150. All these recipes sound absolutely delicious. Can't wait to start cooking! Thanks for sharing.

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  151. great recipies i like the baked corn one i will try this one thanks

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  152. Baked corn reminds me of my grandparents corn chowder. Very nice recipe thanks for sharing you need to post more non giveaway items.

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  153. Like the apple pie and chicken pot pie recipes. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  154. I like to try some of these recipes! :-)

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  155. Some of these look really good,I need to try the baked beans one.I always make baked beans for get togethers and everyone loves them but this one looks so much better than mine.Thank you for sharing these with us

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  156. Spicy Chicken Buffalo Dip sounds perfect for anytime. I love the spicy foods and am very fond of one-pan-creations as well.

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  157. These recipes look great, many for family get-togethers and/or picnics. I love family recipes, they/re the best.

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  158. Love soups so I'm looking forward to trying out the broccoli one. My Family enjoys that vegetable as well. Thank you!

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  159. So many great recipes and so many I want to try. They all sound so delicious. I know my family is going to love trying them too!

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  160. Thanks for sharing your recipes! I am looking forward to baking the perfect apple pie!

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  161. I am in need of more dinner recipes, so thank you for sharing!! I can't wait to see how they turn out!! I am going to make the Manicotti tonight! Mmmm

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  162. I love all your recipes. One problem, i need to get some of these ingredients. ..lol. Thank you so much for sharing! :-)

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  163. My husband says your buffalo chicken dips sounds freakin goooood :)

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  164. Did you peek into my fave cookbook? Most of the recipes you posted are in it!

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  165. I have been looking for new recipes to try and you have several good ones here. Thank you so much for sharing

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  166. Wow! Thanks for sharing the family's special recipes! I KNOW the Spicy Buffalo Chicken Dip will be much appreciated around here and sure to be devoured at gatherings with friends and family (and so much faster, easier and affordable than the real thing!)

    I also can't wait to try the Baked Corn ~ I used to have a recipe from my Grandma (and I somehow lost) ~ that I remember looked a lot like yours ~ and I know it is utterly delicious! I will be sooo happy to have it again ~ it was a real crowd pleaser! Thanks!

    Jesselyn A/Jesstinger
    jessterlyn(at)aol(dot)com

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  167. These are great! I cannot wait to try them. Thank you for sharing!

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  168. I like the Baked Corn recipe, especially for now when you can stock up on cobs. Thanks for the recipe!

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  169. Thanks so much for sharing all of the great recipes,I really wanna try the Spicy Chicken Buffalo Dip for my tacos

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  170. I am in love with the Baked Corn recipe! YUM! I am southern girl and this is something I could imagine my amazing Grandmother to cook! Thanks for sharing!

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  171. I Love your Blogs especially the Recipes! I Would Love to Try the Apple Pie Recipe Out! I Love Apple Pie or any Fruit Pie or Dessert in the Summer Time! It would be Delicious with Some Praline Pecan Ice Cream & Caramel Sauce on Top! Well I will Let You Know how it Turns Out when I make it! Thanks Again & God Bless! Jana Williams

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  172. Great Picnic Beans are just the alternative to the "same old" beans. Thanks, I'll give this recipe a try at our next BBQ.

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  173. I just love Apple Pie is there any thing in this world better ? I don't think so ...

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  174. I really enjoy your Recipe Blogs a Lot! I am going to try the Spicy Chicken Buffalo Dip; I Like it b/c it's a Unique Recipe and it's Great for Summer! I can't tell you how Much I Love Buffalo Wings so if the Flavors are anything Like that I am Sur I will Love it! I would Like to hear your Recipe for Traditional Buffalo Wings with Blue Cheese Dressing! I am getting Hungry just thinking about it! I am Sure I will enjoy this Recipe so Thanks A Lot and God Bless! Jana Williams







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  175. Lovin these recipes, need to share some more!!

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  176. I Love Manicotti and I am Going to try Your Recipe Out b/c it's A Lot Easier than the Way I was Doing it! I Have Seen So Many Great Recipes on here that I want to try! Are these Family Recipes or are they Ones you just kind of Come up with Yourself? Enjoy Reading your Blog Posts! Have a Great Day & God Bless! Jana

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  177. (FAMILY RECIPE) I really like this recipe listed above, I will be making this in a couple of months as soon as the weather starts getting a little cooler outside. (Creamy Broccoli Soup)

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  178. Thank you for all the great recipes they all sound so good I won't to make the MM Cookies

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  179. Thank you for sharing all of these lovely recipes with us all.

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  180. We make homemade Manicotti every year for Christmas. Pretty sure that my family would not go for the velveeta. Although, my husband's family loves velveeta.

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  181. nice recipes love to try these

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  182. I Always Love to Come & Look at what New Recipes you Might Have on Your Blog! I Know I am Probablly One of the Very Few People who Likes Soup All Year Round! Your Broccoli Soup Looks Just Scrumptious! I Love Cream Based Soups but I am Also a Huge Fan of Vegetable Soup! You know what is Great in Cream Based Soups? Half-n-Half or Whipping Cream! It Gives the Soups a Deep Creamy Flavor & Texture and Anything with Butter or Cream is Always Good! I really enjoy your Blogs & Recipes! Have a Nice Summer & God Bless!

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  183. Lady each of these recipes sound excellent ! I can not wait to make the Chicken dip! Ohhh I love a little spicy with my chicken ! Yummmm!

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  184. You always have Some of the Best Recipes on here! Where do you find your Inspiration in Coming up with these Recipes? Are any of these Recipes Family Owned? I Love to Cook but Lately I haven't been Feeling Great so I want Something that's Both Delicious but Quick & Easy! All of these Recipes sound Delicious, especially the Baked Corn! I Like My Corn Nice & Sweet; I think that's the Way Corn Should Be! Thanks & God Bless! Jana

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  185. Some great ideas and inspirations here. Thanks for sharing!

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  186. The Manicotti sounds delicious! I will definitely have to try making this sometime, I love Italian food!

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  187. I Love all your Recipes because they don't take Forever to make but they are Still delicious! I have in No way made all of these Recipes but I have made a Few and they turned out Great and I am Not the Best Cook in the World! Thanks & God Bless! Jana Williams

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  188. Spicy Chicken Buffalo Dip would be a great one to serve my Family. I'm not much into the spicy foods, butmy Family is always asking me to make their foods spicy. Thanks!

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  189. Your recipes sound wonderful . The Spicy Buffalo Dip would be a hit with my folk. They LOVE spicy. I think I would love the baked corn . Thant sounds great.

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  190. Had to pop back for the picnic beans recipe...grilling out today and they do heat up nicely on the grill too

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  191. Thanks for Sharing all of Your Amazing Recipes with us all! I am a Huge Fan of Manicotti and I Love that this Recipe isn't too hard to do and it doesn't take up to much of my time to fix it! Thanks again & I will Stay Tuned for More New Recipes! God Bless! Jana

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  192. they all sound great. Id like to make the pumpkin roll this fall

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  193. I am really enjoying your Recipes & I can't wait until you Post Some More! Thanks & God Bless! Jana

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  194. Thanks for sharing all these great recipes. I like the one for the old time made chicken pot pie - its the best

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  195. the Creamy Broccoli Soup sounds delicious. I have extra cream cheese in the freezer I'd like to use up. This would be yummy.

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  196. I Love Homemade Cookies & I know I would just Love the M&M Ones! Nothing beats Freshly Baked Cookies; I have Always Preferred Mine a Little More on the Crunchy Side! I think My Absolute Favorite Cookie would have to be the White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies! I am also a Huge Fan of Just the Plain Old Sugar Cookie! I Can't wait to see what Great Recipes you have in store for us Next! Thanks & Have a Blessed Day! Jana

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  197. Can't wait to try and "vegan-ize" the pumpkin roll!!

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