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Snickerdoodle Peach Pie

I made loads of delicious snickerdoodles and unfortunately many of them dried out before they were eaten. I didn't want to eat them hard, even though they still tasted ok. So, I got the idea to throw them in the food processor and make a pie crust with them. It was delicious!

So after making cookie crumbs in the food processor, I pressed them into the pie dish with a bit of melted Smart Balance Light (just enough to moisten the crumbs). Then, I put canned peach pie filling in my crust and added cinnamon to the top and baked it for about 25 minutes.
This made a great snickerdoodle peach tasty treat!

Cranberry Sauce

I was surprised how easy it is to make delicious cranberry sauce! Here's how it's done:
In a medium sauce pan, heat together: 1 cup orange juice 1 cup white sugar
Once the sugar is dissolved, stir in: 12 ounces of fresh cranberries
Cook for about 10 minutes. The cranberries will pop open during this time. Take off the heat and move the cranberry sauce to a serving dish. The sauce will get thick as it cools.

Comfy Piggies and Tomato Soup

Make Comfy Piggies (Pigs in a blanket) with little sausages and croissant dough and cook as directed on the dough container.
Serve with hot Campbells Tomato Soup and enjoy.