Old Fashioned Recipe Exchange 1/22

by Merissa on January 22, 2013

in Featured, Recipe Exchange

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I love discovering new recipes as I’m sure most of my readers do. So if you posted an awesome recipe on your blog this week, link it up here! If you have a recipe to share and you don’t have a blog just post it for us in the comments! I’ll be hosting this exchange every Tuesday so don’t forget to mark your calendars! Here’s the rules:

  • The link posted must go directly to the recipe  or weekly meal plans not to a homepage or a search category. All incorrect submissions will be deleted.
  • And please link back to the recipe linky so everyone can join in the fun!
  • In your linky please post a pic of the food(or something pretty) and the name of the recipe.
  • Link up as many recipes or posts related to food as you like!

The most clicked on recipe from last week was this Chocolate Crockpot Homemade Holiday Treats!


Link up gluten free recipes, dessert recipes, main dishes, or any kind of recipes you enjoy and want to share with others!

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{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Lillian January 22, 2013 at 8:09 am

LOVING these bagels from Memories on Clover Lane this week! We’ve made them twice already. Not gluten-free, but definitely inexpensive and even better than we hoped they would be – they tasted just right:)


2 Dianna January 22, 2013 at 8:28 am

Thank you for hosting. I am a new reader. (I clicked on enough Pins that led to your site that I figured I might as well just subscribe. 🙂


3 Merissa January 22, 2013 at 10:14 am

Well welcome! I’m glad you found your way here 😉


4 Jodie Fitz January 22, 2013 at 10:02 am

Thanks for hosting 🙂 – I have added your party to my growing list of link up fun! Hope you have a GREAT day..


~ Jodie


5 Patty January 22, 2013 at 10:15 am

I’m addicted to this pudding!!! It is quite filling, everything in it is good for you, and it’s the perfect use for those overripe avocados that you may have lying around. I think it would make a great frosting for a gluten free cake also. Once it gets cold it’s pretty solid.


6 Christine January 22, 2013 at 12:13 pm

thank you for hosting the linkup again! I always enjoy checking out a few of the entries each week too, I’ve found some great websites to subscribe to! 🙂


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