Cookbook Project by: Natalie Barna
French Bread Pizza
Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies
Best EVER Chocolate Chip Cookies
Healthy Broccoli Fried Rice
Chicken Stir Fry
Vegetable Pasta Soup
Blue Berry Muffins
English muffin pizzas
Basic Ham and Salami Sandwich
Wheat Berry Salad
Sweet potato salad
Summer fruit salad
Easy macaroni salad
Bright spring salad
Indian chopped salad
Cucumber Tomato salad
Green bean salad
Best egg salad
French Bread PizzaYou should use this recipe because it is quick and easy. You also don't have to clean up too many dishes. AND the pizza was very good.
Chocolate Chip Oatmeal CookiesYou should use this recipe because the cookies are healthy. Also they cookies don't take too long in the oven and are easy to make
Best EVER Chocolate Chip CookiesYou should use this recipe because they don't take long to cook at all. Also they cookies are the BEST EVER!! :)
Healthy Broccoli Fried RiceYou should choose this recipe because it is healthy and when you make it right it is good.
Caramel ApplesI liked the caramel very much, but if I were you I would cut it up to eat it or else it gets very messy
Vegetable Pasta SoupThis recipe is very good especially for vegetarians because there is no mean in it. Its also good for when you need to walk away from the stove and go do something else because it needs to cook for longer.
Basil ChickenThis basil chicken recipe is good because it is an easier dinner that doesn't have many ingredients.
Apple CrispThis recipe is great because it doesn't take that long to cook and is good for a nice fall day.
RisottoThis recipe is good because if you want to have a meatless dinner tonight, this can get you just that. The recipe is also flexible because you can add different meats to it too.
Chicken nuggetsThis recipe make four servings which is enough if you are babysitting kids but want to make your own lunch.
Easy macaroni saladThis recipe serves many people and if you don't like some things, they can easily be subsatuted out.
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