This recipe has oatmeal, Rice Krispies and coconut. Very crispy and yummy. I clipped it from a Southern Living magazine years ago. It's requested time and again at my house. The key to this recipe is definitely the rice krispies. Kellogs (a Michigan based co) introduced these in 1904. This recipe represents the Midwestern U.S.
This is my Mama's recipe. It was the only way I would eat cooked broccoli for years. I "tweeked" it a little on how much mayo to put in. Originally 3/4 cup, but I tasted it too much after it was cooked. You can use whichever you prefer. Good for potlucks. A wonderful comfort food.
For some reason, men always seem to go gah-gah over these. :) They are very easy to make, and it is a great way to use up the end of the corn flakes. I also like this recipe because it uses fewer ingredients than all the other ones I have seen.
Okay, casseroles aren't made in a skillet, but this is a really easy substitute for tuna casserole. Everything is done on top of the stove, and it is great for a weeknight after working hard! Definitely not gourmet fare, so if that is what you are looking for, please don't try and review this recipe. This is just a simple, everyday quick and easy dinner.
My mom and dad divorced when I was nine. My dad begged for the recipe for her pizza, but she refused. Her reasoning was if he could live without her, he could live without her pizza. After you taste it, you'll see what cruel and unusual punishment that was. I make this all the time for my family and they love it.
What a hit! I encourage you to try this. This is one of our family favorites. I make this for potluck dinners and always get requests for the recipe and it's something different for the table. Serve with warm bread and homemade pickles and you have a meal that will warm you from inside out and best yet, hardly any ever left.
This is the cake my husband's mother would make for him every July on their family camping trips which was also his birthday. He and his siblings LOVED it. It has a secret ingredient..dates! Makes it moist and toffee-like and you have NO idea they are in there. There are similar recipes on here, but none just like this showstopper. I recently got the recipe from my sister in law Deb and she said "I know for a fact none of the other sibs knew there were consuming dates-sweet irony." I told my hubby, "your favorite childhood cake has dates in it." He said "No way, there is no dates in it." Too funny. Made for a recent family dinner...my son scarfed down 3 pieces and of course, neither child tasted the dates..the next generation is hooked! Great with vanilla ice cream.