It taste likes a cake and with the chocolate chips it make it taste better. I like it because it tastes good and when you stir it it looks funny and it looks dried up and I like the chips. My grandma started the recipe.
My Mom got this off the back of a frozen bread dough bag years ago. This is the original recipe. Each cook in my family has modified the filling to fit their taste.
(For example, My aunt leaves out teh spinach, my sister adds pepperoni, but I like it as is with some shredded mozzerala added on top.)
I found this recipe in a local church cookbook. I have not tried it myself, but I thought it sounded very interesting. I might experiment on my guests for Thanksgiving! Any other brave souls out there?
As we all know, this is one of the greatest lunch or brunch dishes ever invented. Prepare in advance, freeze, and bake when needed. This is one of the best recipes for Quiche I know of. Recipe source, "The Country Innkeepers' Cookbook".
This is a casserole that closely resembles a cheesey soft taco that is served in a bowl. It's very yummy, everyone who has had it has loved it in my home. Serve with a side salad for a complete meal. This recipe originally came from Campbell's Soup, but I didn't really like it that way so I've added a few extras here and there.