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Stoich91

Jam tarts are too cute! What about Jello Oranges? Hey, we could use the extra vit. C around these here parts!!! :-) LOL See link below. http://www.foodtv.ca/recipes/recipedetails.aspx?dishid=6412

Stoich91

Oooohh!! Yucky! Sorry, folks; I just realized the other Jello Orange recipe had VODKA in it, which is like something I don't even think adults should be eating, let alone kids, heh heh, so here's a better recipe, nix the VODKA. I didn't even know pouring in alchohol for jello orangaes was an OPTION; what SICK people think things like this up???? :-) LOL Happy early Labor Day, folks! Here's a better link: http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Jello-Oranges

Trinity Mommy

I cant wait to try these, they look divine!

vicki

Oh my oh my those look super delicious...not a very original suggestion but...jam sandwiches were what I insisted on having in my lunch box as a child...probably not a very nutritious addition either! xx

Kate

Yum! Thanks for the tart crust recipe too-- I was thinking that little apple tarts would be such a treat this winter after I freeze a stash of pie filling....

Jan Scott

Oh, those would be good. Great idea!

Jan Scott

Jam sandwiches are great. We have several friends who really enjoy jam and
cheddar sandwiches, which is interesting...thanks for stopping by!

Kristine

Just found your site. Can't wait to spend more time here, but have to tell you I know my 6yo will LOVE those tuna cucumber numbers!!!!!! Why didn't I think of that! I don't suppose you do gluten-free?
K.

Jan Scott

Hi Kristine - Thanks for stopping by and for the great comment. I have had
plenty of requests for gluten-free items, so once I'm finished with this A
to Z feature I'm going to feature some items once a week or every other
week.

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Jan Scott

Hi Betty - Thank for stopping by..I'm so glad to know you're enjoying the blog.

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