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Click on the arrow to view the recipes from the September 2007 issue of Better Homes and Gardens magazine.
Lime-and-jalapeno-spiced guacamole adds a hidden kick to this time-tested favorite. Don't forget seasoned chips or baked tortillas for digging in.
In just minutes, stir up this travel-friendly chili-and-salsa-based dip. Try it with vegetables for an on-the-go treat, or serve at home with chips or on a burger.
This unbeatable meal lineup includes tortillas filled with lime-marinated chicken tenders and homemade tomato-mango salsa.
Toasted baguette slices perfectly complement this garlicky cheese spread. Have plenty of slices on hand -- guests will be tempted to double-dip.
Top a buttery homemade pound cake with peaches, caramel, and a schmear of lemon butter. Add flair with sliced fruit such as pears or strawberries.
This crusty Italian favorite will impress anytime. Serve it as a midday treat or as a convenient main dish.
More appealing than Dr. Seuss' version, this savory sandwich makes the most of quality ingredients. Try adding a dash of water to the eggs and covering to cook them more evenly.
Consider this sweet and spicy make-ahead for lunch. Just remember, overstuffing is the key to authenticity for this Southern sandwich.
Made with convenient precooked pot roast, these sandwiches and a quick side salad create a no-fuss, hearty dinner.
Reach for this guiltless, crunchy mix to tackle mid-afternoon hunger. Its combination of hearty cereal and dried fruit will satisfy your sweet tooth and hold you over until supper.
Yogurt and honey rev up this classic duo for a sweet snack that's ready in only 10 minutes. Cut prep time in half by making (and chilling) the yogurt mixture for up to 24 hours.
Even if you don't have time for a two-hour matinee, a few handfuls of this low-fat treat will spice up your next snack break.
It may not involve the microwave, but preparing this cheesy pasta is surprisingly simple. Add sophistication with farfalle, asparagus, and mascarpone cheese.
Make the most of apples by adding thin wedges to salmon fillets.
Serve this soup as a refreshing dessert. Tangy Granny Smith apples add their signature zest to this sweet and spicy flavor medley.
Fresh peppers and Southwestern spices make this easy pasta toss a hit.