I have used this recipe for over 30 years now (as did my mother)--and everyone loves it! An absolute requirement at our Thanksgiving Holiday table. Recipe makes enough for a 12-pound turkey, and is easily doubled. I have included the optional technique for making stuffing balls. Enjoy! Adapted from Betty Crocker. Note: see tip for freezing.
I participated in a cookbooklet swap a few months ago and found a few books I did not remember I had. This recipe is from the Betty Crocker Bisquick cookbooklet and I believe it could be from October 1998. Cranberries are a favorite of mine and always on the lookout for good recipes.
I enjoy one dish meals because they are simple and easy to clean up after. Have also tasted spinach and really enjoy it in chicken recipes. This recipe comes from Betty Crocker Bisquick cookbooklet from October of 1998.
This recipe sounds very good and uses fresh asparagus. Again, it is a recipe from Betty Crocker Bisquick cookbooklet, October 1998. If you are like me and do not like to debone and pick thru canned salmon there is also a package of salmon. I believe it is Chicken of the Sea and is in the aisle with the tuna in the grocery store. My mom has used the packaged tuna and said it does taste a bit better than the canned and not so much of the mess.
I got this recipe from the Betty Crocker website. I haven't made it yet, but it's definitely on my list of things to make this summer. If you get to make this before I do, please let me know how it turns out.
Aloha! This was my Nana's recipe, which I first made to serve as an Hors D'Oeuvre at our Housewarming Party. A hit! Quite good served as an entree with white rice, too, which is what Nana did. From Betty Crocker (1971)
Fun to share with guests for breakfast, friends after the show, or anytime! Friendly, filling fare at any hour. Great with parmesan french bread. I like to add cream cheese and diced tomato to mine. A Betty Crocker recipe (1971)
This white chicken chili recipe is adapted from a Betty Crocker slow cooker recipes cookbook. I often use frozen chicken breasts, and it can also be prepared conventionally on the stove top. Great comfort food!
I love spinach salad but I live alone and hate to make a full recipe since any leftovers get way too wilted. I came up with this recipe by modifying a Betty Crocker cookbook version. You can definitely play around with the amounts of the ingredients. I don't actually measure out the lemon juice - I squeeze some into the oil, and drizzle a little more over the finished salad if it's not lemony enough. This makes a good sized bowl for one person, and if you want seconds it's so easy to make some more. You can also double/triple the ingredients for company!
My kids like this cake recipe, so I make it in muffin tins. It's a modified Betty Crocker recipe (I accidentally forgot shortening which the recipe originally called for, but the muffins turned out delicious anyway!)
This is another recipe that I found in a Betty Crocker cookbooklet. The recipe makes a light loaf of bread with a delicious cinnamon glaze. It can be served as a snack or dessert with some fresh fruit, a wedge of cheese and a glass of iced tea (or if you prefer, a cup of hot tea). Note: water can be substituted for the chai tea.