Monthly Archives: November 2008

These delicious little bars, taste very similar to the Girl Scout Somoas. They have a tender shortbread crust, and the top is toasted coconut, chewy caramel, and warm drizzled chocolate. You can also dip the bottom half of the bar in chocolate as well…if you desire. I will be making and eating these again! HOMEMADE […]

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Today I made our Thanksgiving Day Rolls. I put several trays in the freezer, and then I have to simply thaw them, and warm them in the oven, on Turkey Day. For those of you who need a great Roll Recipe…..This is our favorite. Try them this week…..they are scrumptious! I make mine in crescent […]

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For those of you who like Yams at thanksgiving time, here is a great recipe. The brown sugar glaze over the yams and apples is what makes the delicious difference. Once you place the mini marshmallows on the top & broil them, until they are golden. It’s the perfect Thanksgiving dish. YOU WILL NEED: 5 […]

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If you’ve never tried Soda Cracker cookies, you’re missing out. They sound weird, but they are delicious. If you like Toffee Candy….you’ll love these cookies! Really.  YOU WILL NEED: 35 Saltine Crackers 1 cup packed brown sugar 1 cup butter 2 cups chocolate chips (Milk or Semi Sweet) 1/2 cup chopped nuts DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven […]

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Here’s a quick, delicious dessert idea, from food Network, when you are running short on time, but want something that looks like it took hours to prepare. I tried these puff pastry knots, and they are flaky & fantastic. You can use any jam or jelly that you have on hand. Raspberry is also delicious. […]

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INGREDIENTS:  1 can (11 oz) Pillsbury refrigerated breadsticks (12 breadsticks)  10 slices packaged precooked bacon (from 2.1-oz package) 1egg, beaten 1 slice packaged precooked bacon, finely chopped 1/2 teaspoon chopped fresh parsley, if desired DIRECTIONS 1. Heat oven to 375°F. Unroll dough; separate into 12 strips. Starting at center of ungreased cookie sheet, coil bacon […]

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If you’ve ever visited the Lion House in Salt Lake City, you’ve probably tasted their Razzle Dazzle Cereal candy. It’s so good! The recipe is below. If you haven’t tried the Caramel Cereal recipe, that I have previously posted…it’s also delicious. All my family loves it. YOU WILL NEED: 9 1/2 Cups Rice Krispies cereal […]

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Have you ever made Licorice Caramels? You need to! They are delicious. Once you start eating them, you can’t stop. They are creamy & chewy just like regular caramels, but have a licorice flavor. You can easily buy anise flavoring, in any grocery store. You can also make Strawberry caramels, by following the same recipe […]

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Here is a Kraft recipe, that I haven’t tried as of yet, but I believe I will very soon. It would be very easy to make, and the ratings all show 5 star! You could use turkey sausage to save on a few calories. Actually it’s pretty tasty. Turkey bacon also tastes pretty darn good. […]

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This is one of my favorite meals. You can bake it in the oven or in your slow-cooker. It’s super easy to make, and leftovers are always fabulous. This recipe is from my Lion House Cookbook. YOU WILL NEED: 1/2 to 1 pound ground beef 3/4 pound bacon, cut in pieces 1 cup chopped onion […]

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My wonderful neighbor & my sweet little Cookie girl….. brought these fabulous bars over the other day. They were gone in minutes. I thought you might also like the recipe. They melt in your mouth…..literally! Things have been busy lately, but I will promise to post more recipes very soon. YOU WILL NEED: 2 Cups […]

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The other day, while sitting in the Doctors office, I was reading a magazine. I came across this recipe, & wrote in down quickly. The next day, I pulled out the recipe, and made these potatoes for dinner. They were so easy to throw together, since you use bottled Alfredo Sauce & grated cheese, and […]

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