Rice Krispy Roll

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Wanna ramp up your Rice Krispy Treats a chocolaty, peanut buttery notch?  Look no further!   **Once started, you need to be rather quick with the assembly and rolling, or it will get stiff and be difficult to roll.  

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Corn Salsa

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Some may say it’s the commercials, but I think the best thing about the Super bowl is the food!  This hearty dip is one we have to portion out, or we’ll eat the whole bowl before halftime. Corn Salsa 2 cans (15 oz.) Mexican corn – drained 1 can diced tomatoes with green chilies – […]

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Breakfast Sandwich

If you’re not a breakfast eater, you should be! Since time seems to be the number one excuse, I’ve got a high protein solution to your problem.  Fast, tasty, healthy, and frugal.  No more excuses! Breakfast Sandwich homemade hamburger buns butter cooked sausage patties, ham, or bacon cheddar or colbyjack cheese eggs Slice and toast […]

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Chocolate Pecan Crumb Bars

A lot of rich, a little bit of fancy, and super easy!  My mom contributed this recipe to our hometown church centennial cookbook.  It’s a family favorite and a nice change of pace from fudge and frosted sugar cookies. Chocolate Pecan Crumb Bars 1 c. butter (no substitutes) 2 c. flour 1/2 c. sugar 2 […]

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Christmas Bark

Please tell me I’m not the last cook to discover both the ease and the deliciousness of Christmas Bark! Found in my new Make Ahead Meals for Busy Moms cookbook, I was pleasantly surprised that the five ingredients were at my fingertips, and from start to finish the recipe takes about 15 minutes to make. […]

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