This is everyone's favorite that I make. Oddly enough, it is also the easiest to prepare! The barbecue sauce is what makes this dish so memorable. My in-laws line up at the door when they know I am making this!
My husband BEGS me to make these constantly! They are so good, my whole family eats them up. There are NEVER any leftovers! Prep time includes baking potatoes the first time. Not the healthiest recipe, so I only make them 4 or 5 times a year.
This delicious recipe is a great use for Thanksgiving leftovers or just plain leftover chicken! My kids love these, and all of my friends beg me for the recipe! The crescent rolls make a more buttery popover, the hand-made dough is thicker in texture.
This wonderful cookie recipe is one that I am begged to make over the holidays every year! They are out of a really, really old McCall's cookbook that my mother used to use. I took them to work last year, and everyone started calling me Julia Child! They are well worth the effort!
I made this recipe up from what I had handy in my cupboard. Yummy! If you want to reduce the fat, try using my recipe for homemade chicken apple sausage instead of regular. It has half the fat of regular sausage, and adds delicious flavors to this casserole.
I have no idea where I got this recipe. It has been sitting on my desktop for about 3 years, and I didn't try it until last night. If only I had known! This is so yummy! And you can't even tell that it's lowfat!
I used this recipe from Better Homes and Gardens for my first year of making Thanksgiving dinner. Judging by the results, no one knew that I hadn't cooked this meal a million times before. The turkey was perfectly moist and the stuffing was incredible! If serving a large crowd, I would double the stuffing! I ran out last year because the bird needed it all, and had to make an extra casserole of Stovetop. It didn't even compare to the homemade! This recipe is well worth the effort, and your family will thank you! You don't have to mess with the fancy turkey lacing, all I did was fasten the back and legs shut with a metal skewer and it turned out fine. Prep time does not include making bread cubes.
I made this up as a compilation of the hundreds of shepherd's pie recipes that I have, and tried to make it a little healthier. You can use leftover mashed potatoes, slightly heated. I suppose you could also use instant, though I personally don't like those for anything. The mashed potato technique that I describe is just a very basic one, so if you have one that you like better, then feel free to do so!
Really easy and very good! The flavor of the whipping cream, vanilla and condensed milk make for great easy ice cream filling! My kids raved about it, my husband too! It only took me about 5 minutes to prepare, then I stuck it in the freezer. Can't get any simpler than that! Cook time is freezing time.
A Southwestern take on a traditional French meal that dates as far back as the 16th Century! Heads up: This quiche has more of a custard texture than a cheesy egg texture. If you want to "beef it up," I recommend adding another egg and maybe a little shredded swiss.
This is a wonderful, cheesy, melt-in-your-mouth dish that is a favorite of mine now, and when I was growing up. You don't have to serve it with sour cream, but I always do. It is best to my taste, surprisingly, when you stuff them with the swiss cheese. Adds some tanginess to it. I hope that you enjoy these as much as I do!
Great meatballs that have rice in them, and are simmered in a tomato-Worcestershire sauce. Definitely a kid pleaser; these were my all time favorites as a kid, and are to my kids now! All you have to do is cook up a vegetable to go on the side and you have a complete meal.