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    Way to Soften french bread

    How To Soften Hard Bread | What can you do with a rock-hard loaf of bread? Besides using it as a doorstop, there are countless recipes that take advantage of stale bread — or you can use one of these simple techniques to soften it quickly...

    Sugar Crusted Vanilla French Toast

    Baked Mozzarella Chicken- use GF bread crumbs and this would be magical!

    Cinnamon Swirl Banana Bread--this could be dangerous.

    Bread and Celery Stuffing

    Gluten Free Carrot Bread with Chai Spices

    Homemade French Vanilla Coffee Creamer. Yes! Healthier - sans all the chemicals in most of the store bought stuff. . .and much cheaper too! Gonna try this with some other flavors as well!!

    1 small package Pillsbury sugar cookie dough 1 8 oz package cream cheese, softened 1 lg container cool whip 4 cups of fruit Cook sugar cookie dough either as 1 large pizza, small cups or small cookies at 350- cooking time will depend on what type of cookie you are making (~6-7 minutes for small cookies, longer for one large cookie), do not over cook. Whip softened cream cheese then add in cool whip until nice & smooth. Place in Ziploc bag, cut off tip, pipe frosting. Decorate w fruit

    Did you know that a parmesan cheese lid fits a regular mouth canning jar perfectly?

    Cracker-Crusted Oven Baked Chicken Tenders | 23 Delicious Ways To Eat Chicken Tenders

    Fruit stickers-what do they mean?

    Lemon Garlic Marinade (for grilled chicken breasts)

    17 Unexpected Foods You Can Cook In A Waffle Iron: 1) Hash Browns, 2) Cinnamon Rolls, 3) Brownies, 4) Cheeseburgers, 5) S'mores, 6) Soft Pretzels, 7) Panini, 8) Scrambled Eggs, 9) Quesadillas, 10) Falafel, 11) Bacon, 12) French Toast, 13) Pizza, 14) Chocolate Chip Cookies, 15) Macaroni and Cheese, 16) Philly Cheesesteak, & 17) Hot Dogs.

    Magic Mouthwash: Remedy for Sore Throats and Mouth Sores. I have not tried this so see what you think. You can read how one Mom used this to help her daughter who was experiencing a sore throat.

    No gadgets no knives...peel an entire head of garlic in less than 30 seconds...kinda like performing a magic trick in your kitchen!

    Packaging cupcakes - use 9 oz. plastic cups wrapped in treat bags to individually package cupcakes

    Previous pinner wrote: I don't need celery often, but many of my recipes use it. A hint from my son John, a chef at an upscale Italian restaurant. Keep Celery fresh for up to 6 weeks! Take store wrapping off, rinse and shake dry of most water. Completely wrap in aluminum foil, keep in fridge crisper and whenever you need fresh crisp celery its there!

    Muffin pan as condiment tray! How have I not thought of this??