This is an old favorite with everyone. I have been making this particular recipe for more years that I want to count. The only sad thing about this is that when I make it, I keeping munching on it till it's gone. Thats not good--but the mix is good.
I found this wonderful recipe on another site and then modified it a little. There were two recipes there and I chose this one to make because I prefer chopped nuts on a cheese ball. It is so pretty and great for the Super Bowl.
This is a super easy and great tasting cheese ball. A friend shared this recipe with my mother some 30+ years ago and even though we may try another recipe - we just keep coming back to this one again and again.
Cooking time is time to soften cheese and chill time.
I got this from my daughter. She had it with the baked Tostito Scoops. It was delicious. You can eat a whole cup and 15 scoops for 4 points, and one cup is a lot. Do you ever go to a gathering and there is nothing for you to eat if you are on Weight Watchers? Well now you can and you will enjoy it. It can also be used for a condiment. NOTE: I tried and tried to put in the Tostito Scoops in the ingredients and it wouldn't allow me, but you will need these for a dip.
These are delicious and so easy to make. If you make Recipe #103441 (it freezes well in small containers), you will have it to make these any time or use another chili recipe. There is really no specified amount that you can make. Just use the three ingredients and as much as you want of all of them and enjoy.
This salsa has avacados in it and is very easy to make. I taught a Christmas Gift Giving class at a local stamping shop before Christmas and this was one of the recipes. They got to sample everything that was there and they all loved it. Serve it with corn chips or tortilla chips.
I first had this at a local restaurant and tried to make it but failed. Something was just not right. Then one day while I was reading one of my cookbooks, I came across this recipe and tried it. This is it!! It is very tasty and good on crackers.
This is a good dip to bring to a gathering. It is made with the bags of sandwich beef that hang in the sandwich meat section of the grocery store. This is a totally delicious dip that men, especially, love. It has a wonderful hint of green pepper and onion and when baked and served it has great flavor.
This recipe came from Mexico and given to me by a neighbor friend whose husband is from Mexico and they both lived there for a while before coming here to the USA. This is the way that his mother made Guacamole.
These are crispy and yummy and so easy to make. They go great with soup, and also look pretty with a tossed salad. You can either do these in a non-stick fry pan or in the oven on a well-greased parchment sheet. You need one tablespoon of cheese for one crisp.
A lady used to bring this to a church covered dish supper. Every time it was gone by the first time people went through. All the kids loved it, especially my granddaughter. So, I got the recipe from her and was amazed how easy it was. Only three ingredients. You could use this for tiny meatballs too along with the hot dogs.