There are many versions of this recipe and this is the one my grandmother has always made. It is really good! I personally leave out the nuts when I make, just not a big nut fan- I think the cheese is what mekes the difference and sets it apart from the rest.
This is my husband's recipe for chili. He worked hard to get ideas for the different ingredients from his friends in Mexico. He won his first chili cook-off with this recipe. Prep times does not include soaking beans overnight.
Easy and delicious cake to make, with a homemade whipped cream frosting and a strawberry glazed topping- so good! My friend Liz, shared this recipe with me after having this cake at her suprise birthday party this year. This was a recipe that I had to have. **Danish Dessert is found next to the Jell-O in baking section at the grocery store.
This is a regular dip we use at all our family gatherings. Simple to make and feeds a lot of people, besides being yummy! Update- I substituted chorizo for the ground beef and oh boy, it takes to whole nother level!
Our family had this punch at a friend's party. It was so good and refreshing that my family demanded that I get the recipe. I laughed when my friend told me that all the measuring and mixing was done in a 5-quart ice cream bucket. My kind of recipe. Prep times does not include freezer time.
Okay maybe a little effort, but so delicious! Another recipe from my Grandmother that is fantastic! The kids devoured it last night, so I may have to increase it next time. The only change I would make to this recipe is to add another can of tomato sauce and maybe a little more water to have it be a little more saucey.
Ever since I made the Brie Kisses appetizer recipe I have become addicted to Hot Pepper jelly. I spent a small fortune on small jars and then decided to try to make it myself. Well lets just say I don't have the nack for jelly making. However a friend of mine told me this method and boy my life has changed forever and it takes a whole five minutes to make. Okay, realistically less than 10 minutes depending on how fast you are with a knife.
At our recent family reunion, my grandmother prepared a salad with this dressing. A Little tangy and quite addictive. The recipe came from a clipping in an Indianapolis newspaper. I halved the recipe for the salad I was making last night, but next time I will quarter it, a little goes a long way. Delicious none the less!
We are not big casserole people at our house, but my dear 77 year old neighbor gave me this recipe and our family has decided it is keeper. I added some Munster cheese that I had in my frig to kick it up it a bit. Very tasty!
Yep, it does taste like a BLT sandwich, just in soup form. I love to throw things out there for the family and even though I got funny looks when I told them what we were having, they ate it all. The recipe is also interesting on how it is put together. Again another recipe from my grandmother.
This is what we have on Christmas morning. This is a little different than most breakfast casseroles that have been posted here, so I thought I would share. It is very good and I like to keep it special by serving it only this one time a year.
My grandmother gave me this recipe and I was intrigued by the fact that a box of cake mix was part of the ingredients of this recipe. They turned out fabulous! This was so easy to make and the dough turned out tender with a deep rich taste (I was shocked because there are no eggs or oil in this recipe). I wanted to have these for breakfast, so I prepared them the night before and let them sit in the refrigerator over night on the last rise. In the morning I set the pans out for about an hour so they could come to room temperature and then baked them according to directions and they turned out perfectly.
Lot's of meatloaf recipes out there, but what makes this one different is the brown sugar/soy sauce glaze that cooks over the top. This is my mom's recipe and I haven't found one better than hers. I had submitted it to the local newspaper a couple of years ago. Yesterday I ran into a lady and after the introductions she asked me if I was the one who had submitted a meatloaf recipe to the paper a few years back. I was stunned that she would associate a stranger with a recipe. Anyway she said that their family has really enjoyed it and they have given the recipe to all of their friends and they all love it. Wow, so I thought I would submit this one more meatloaf recipe so I coud spread the joy. Ha!
These wonderful cookies stay in a ball shape and are fantastic! My sister shared this recipe with me and her hint was to keep them stored in the refrigerator, which I have to agree- almost tastes like candy! Very good! We both double this recipe each time we make it.
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