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TOPIC:   Always Looking for a New Recipe? 


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TALLGIRLX3
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5/24/10 2:39 P

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Crockpot.com? That sounds like a good one.

I used my crockpot last week and coming home to a fully cooked dinner is just heaven!

It makes my evenings with my little munchkin last so much longer. I have more time to play with him! I'm gonna check it out right now!

Keep it simple - complications make things complicated!
~Me


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MELKNEE78
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5/24/10 2:15 P

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I had to laugh because before I opened this thread, I opened Kraftfoods.com in another window to find a recipe for dinner tonight. I love the site. I also like swanson.com, crockpot.com, and most sites for food you use often.


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TALLGIRLX3
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5/24/10 1:52 P

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Not only am I trying to eat healthier and lose weight but I'm trying to do this on limited time with an even more limited budget. Now, since this is a team dedicated to fairly new parents, I get the feeling that there are alot of people in the same boat with me.

Anyway, I have found that www.kraft.com has some really great recipes that the ingredients are things that you probably already have in your cabinet or on your grocery list. There are alot of "kid friendly" recipes for picky eaters, and for the most part they are easy to "tweak" to make more diet-friendly as well.

I hope this helps someone... I love that site. Plus you can input a few ingredients that you have on hand and it will look through recipes to give you ideas of what to do with those ingredients.

Try it out!

Edited by: TALLGIRLX3 at: 5/24/2010 (13:53)
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