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Recipes I've Shared:
This super simple and very tasty meatloaf is easy to throw together for an easy dinner, but also freezes well to make ahead and cook when you're ready.
These simple chocolate chip scones are easy to make and delicious to eat!
From "A Year of Slow Cooking" http://crockpot365.blogspot.co
Makes 8 to 12 servings depending on size and what it's being served with. My family LOVES this with basmati rice, naan, and roasted tomatoes!
Simply and delicious baked oatmeal casserole that can be modified for many different flavors.
Sweet and tangy meatballs, you'd never guess what the sauce was made of if you didn't know the recipe.
Simple, slow cooked, pinto beans.
My friend Kristin created this recipe for really yummy, and inexpensive homemade granola. Goes great with plain yogurt and fruit for breakfast or a snack.
You can read her blog post about it here: http://callmecrazykunoff.blogs
Tastes just like apple pie, but without the crust - or the calories!
From the Kath Eats Real Food website: katheats.com
This simple soup leaves a lot of room for experimentation. Substitute diced tomatoes with green chillies or caned corn with red and green bell peppers for those listed in the ingredients for a spicier flavor. Add more or less liquid for a thinner soup or thicker chili.
Use ground beef or soy crumbles in place of the ground turkey.
Play with combination and variety till you find something you really enjoy.
I keep at least one batch of the dry soup mix on hand in my pantry at all times.
Originally found on About.com http://southernfood.about.com/
Adapted from this recipe: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/g
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