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Buttery Cranberry Scones

Buttery Cranberry Scones

Buttery Cranberry Scones

Package up the dry ingredients for these yummy scones, add a recipe card and some tea bags, and you have a charming, easy-budget gift sure to make anyone smile!

Contest-Winning Mocha Fondue

Contest-Winning Mocha Fondue

Contest-Winning Mocha Fondue

At our friends’ 25th anniversary celebration, several couples had fun concocting this chocolate fondue. With fresh fruit, marshmallows, pretzels and vanilla wafers as dippers, everyone will want to dive into dessert!

Chocolate Crunch Ice Cream

Chocolate Crunch Ice Cream

Chocolate Crunch Ice Cream

Making ice cream goes smoothly when you do prep work in advance. I make the custard ahead and refrigerate it overnight. Plus, I toast the almonds beforehand and separate my add-ins into labeled containers. —Rosalie Peters, Caldwell, Texas
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Sweet Sausage Puffs

Sweet Sausage Puffs

Sweet Sausage Puffs

Gloria Butler shares her recipe for this delicious and easy appetizer that's a favorite with friends and family who visit her at home in Plain City, Ohio.

Jam-Topped Mini Cheesecakes

Jam-Topped Mini Cheesecakes

Jam-Topped Mini Cheesecakes

Presto! We turned cheesecake into irresistible finger food with these cute little treats. For fun, make them with an assortment of jams and preserves, such as strawberry, blackberry and apricot. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Honey-Mustard Turkey Salad

Honey-Mustard Turkey Salad

Honey-Mustard Turkey Salad

Bring home holiday flavors any day of the week by tossing together this entree salad from our Test Kitchen. Homemade dressing, healthy greens, apples and cheese complement pecan-coated turkey breast slices.

Seasoned Turkey Sandwiches

Seasoned Turkey Sandwiches

Seasoned Turkey Sandwiches

This savory turkey tucked in homemade buns steals the show at any potluck or family reunion. It’s been a huge hit at football dinners, graduation parties and more. —LaVonne Hegland, St. Michael, Minnesota

Sweet Pepper Pesto Pasta

Sweet Pepper Pesto Pasta

Sweet Pepper Pesto Pasta

What’s a family gathering or summer potluck supper without at least one pasta salad? This mouthwatering meal mainstay from Karen Hentges of Bakersfield, California can be served hot or cold. “It’s great freshly made or for several days after.“—Karen Hentges, Bakersfield, California

Lemon-Yogurt Tea Cakes

Lemon-Yogurt Tea Cakes

Lemon-Yogurt Tea Cakes

Light, tender and tangy, these little lemon cakes will be the belle of the brunch. They’re also great for lunch, supper or snacking.—Ruth Burrus, Zionsville, Indiana

Mango Tango Smoothies

Mango Tango Smoothies

Mango Tango Smoothies

With a cup of milk and a half cup of yogurt, this smoothie is rich in calcium and makes an excellent choice for breakfast on the run. For added convenience, you can buy mango chunks that are already peeled and chopped.



Vegetarian Pasta Shells

Vegetarian Pasta Shells

Vegetarian Pasta Shells

This colorful entree from Helen Phillips of Horseheads, New York has a lot going for it. It has afresh-from-the-garden taste, it's filling, but not overly high in calories and you can make it ahead of time. Good enough for company, too.k

Swiss Pear Sandwiches

Swiss Pear Sandwiches

Swiss Pear Sandwiches

"A quick recipe for a very busy retired couple" is the way Janet Akey of Presque Isle, Wisconsin describes this sandwich. It's microwavable so you don't even need to dirty a pan. Any kind of nuts will work in this pleasant-tasting sandwich.

Pumpkin Cranberry Muffins

Pumpkin Cranberry Muffins

Pumpkin Cranberry Muffins

Spicy pumpkin perks up these muffins, and cranberries lend a sweet-and-sour tang. Made with wholesome whole wheat, they're great to bring to a brunch. —Lynne Parrish, Phoenix, Arizona

Spiced Orange Gelatin Salad

Spiced Orange Gelatin Salad

Spiced Orange Gelatin Salad

This lovely molded salad looks and tastes festive. Its orange and cinnamon flavor combination will make it a popular side dish for most any entrée.—Jennifer Kauffman Figueroa, Greenville, South Carolina
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