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Recipes I've Shared:
Easy to make and a crowd pleaser! High in protein and fiber and not too bad on the calories!
A good meat stretching, high fiber meal!
This recipe dates back to Civil War times.
These "no bake" cookies are popular with adults and kids alike!
Quick...not homemade...but still good!
Makes 2 large, homemade pizzas!
My kids nicknamed this Seaweed Beans because the green parsley floats on top!
Good Crockpot Recipe!
An inexpensive and quick dinner with ingredients you have on hand!
Basic Homemade Chili....simple preparation. Good crockpot recipe!
A cross between a peanut butter cookie and an oatmeal cookie....delightful!
This is good the first time around
AND the second time as leftovers!
Homemade buns are always a treat.
This is a homemade version of the Weight Watcher's recipe that uses a dry spice cake mix.
Low in calories and high in vitamin A!
This stew can be on the table in under an hour...
These are such a treat and so easy to make. It's a good recipe for older kids to help with.
These are wonderful wholegrain rolls...they can also be made with white flour, but of course they aren't as nutritious that way!
Easy to make with common ingredients on hand.
I haven't tried this yet, but it's a homemade version of cream soup from ehow.com. I don't like using storebought cream soups b/c they almost always contain MSG in some form.
Full of nutrition....a good breakfast or snack. The banana and orange make this smoothie sweet enough without needing to add any other sweetener.
A good alternative to frozen french fries.
A healthier cookie by Quaker Kitchens.
A wonderful recipe to have on hand....wonderful pound cake made from common pantry ingredients.
Always a hit!
Definitely a family favorite!
Delicious and good for you...the perfect match!
A healthier "candy" that kids can make themselves. The only caution is that they will want to eat too much!
A basic cornbread recipe.
Good for lunch or supper!
The best part about this special dessert is the cakes can be refrigerated up to 2 days before baking! What a timesaver.....
Grandma MaryAnn's recipe...the kids love this!
Great recipe for summer's bounty...
A hearty, nutritious soup!
This bread uses dried fruit as its only sweetner and it's delicious!
Always a favorite!
Plenty for a crowd!
Good for a crowd!
You can use pork or chicken in this gumbo....cooked or uncooked. This is good to put in the crockpot in the morning and you'll have a tasty meal by supper.
This makes a nice juice, so be sure to serve with potatoes or rice!
This is very inexpensive to make and also free of preservatives and sugar. I keep a batch made up in my cabinet all the time.
This is a big hit at a church or family gathering!