My mom made the BEST stuffing, which always made our holiday dinners complete. Here is her recipe, and mine as well. There is enough stuffing in this recipe to stuff up to a 25 pound bird, and still have some left over to bake in a casserole dish or aluminum foil, the last hour of cooking, so that you have plenty for everyone. Great to use for leftovers along with some sliced turkey and cranberry sauce, for a DELICIOUS sandwich... Enjoy!
This recipe has been passed all around in my extended family, and we don't even have an Aunt Winnie. I wish we did though because she must be a good cook. You're sure to love this Thanksgiving tradition. It's simple and super tasty!
We always had this at my grandparents on Christmas Eve. A coworker of mine, brought this into work a couple of years ago, and I got this recipe from her. It tastes just like I remember. It's just one of those recipes for me, that brings back memories of childhood. Plus I think it tastes pretty darn good. Cook time includes refrigeration time.
I had these at a girlfriends bridal shower and I just had to get the recipe from her sister, these are the tastiest little things. I could have eaten half the tray myself! Great little party snack or appetizer!
This is the simplest dish to put together, and it's gotten TONS of great compliments every time it's been brought to a party. I like this because it takes NO TIME to prepare, does not require the use of a stove or oven, and it can stay nice an warm through the whole party in the crock pot! This was adapted from a recipe in one of my mother's crock pot cookbooks. I have use a small palmful of dried onion in place of the green onion as well.
This is such a tasty and healthy snack, and so simple. Recipe courtesy of Cooking Light magazine, and a real "Keeper" in my family! Wonderful to dip in Ranch dressing too! The kids even ask for this as a snack!
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