From the Land Of Lakes Cookbook via a friend who knows how I like to play. Great as an appetizer spread, rolled in a tortilla, or in sandwiches. Lots of possibilities for innovation here! Cook time is chilling time.
This is one of the best combos I have found. Perfect for fall, and a bit of a change from the standard pumpkin pie. I usually use a graham cracker crust, but a gingersnap crust or even a regular deep dish crust would be fine--depends on your taste, and don't forget the whipped topping!
This is the perfect side dish on a chilly Autumn evening. The apples give it just the right amount of sweetness, and it smells heavenly cooking. I actually cooked this in a smaller oval casserole dish and used 2 sweet potatoes and 3 apples, so obviously the amounts are very flexible. Just reduce the other ingredients and make sure you use enough OJ so that it covers about 2/3 of the sweet potatoes and apples. Yum! I got this wonderful recipe from my friend Shell Marr.
I've made these great one-bite apricot pecan "pies" for my Christmas gift trays for a couple of years and always get rave reviews. I love the dried apricots, but you could substitute almost any dried fruit you like. I got this recipe from a Christmas Cookie cookbook that credits the recipe to the California Apricot Advisory Board.
The title of this vegetable-rice dish refers to the colors in the dish which are similar to autumn foliage--however, you can eat it year-round (as long as you have summer squash available to you at the grocery store). The cooking time shown does not include time to cook rice, so add this if you're not using left-over rice.
this is a delicious chicken recipe that can be prepped the night before or in the morning before you go to work..easy to pop in the oven while tossing a salad and your evening meal is ready...we love it! Have made this with just chicken breasts...
As we are now only two I find that a couple of chicken breasts is much better than a whole chicken and dealing with all the leftovers. Since I'm diabetic I use apple juice in place of apple jelly and it still tastes very good, also, I cook the veggie's in some chicken stock instead of butter..
I got this from my sister, who makes it for every Thanksgiving. I like it a lot better than the recipes using Bisquick or corn muffin mix. Tip: thaw the corn in a colander in the sink and you won't have to drain it afterwards!
this is a must at you holiday table! ---adjust the amount of sugar to suit taste, canned corn amount equivilent to the two packages of frozen corn may be used, make certain to thaw the frozen corn firstly --- this is rich so a small serving goes a long way! :)
I've had this recipe for years and don't really know where I got it. I've only ever made these during the Christmas season. I store them in an old clear glass, clasp-lid mason jar with gold glittered decorations and a pretty ribbon. Cooking time is standing time. Rum or Brandy can be substituted for the whiskey. For those of you in the UK, you can substitute digestive bisquits for the wafers and also sub golden syrup for the corn syrup.