This is the recipe that my Mother used for both her meatloaf and meatballs prior to cooking. Very simple, quick and few ingredients needed. Freezes easily!!!! I usually double the recipe and freeze half of the amount. Good for OAMC.
This is one of those true comfort foods for me, as I had it often while growing up and now continue to make my Mom's recipe. The only thing I have changed from my Mom's is to use sirloin steak(more tender) instead of round steak. It is easy to make and great served with mashed potatoes and corn.
This is so simple but so addictive fruit dip. It is great served with strawberries, canteloupe and bananas, but you can use any fruit of your choice. This is great for most any occasion and both kids and adults rave about this dip. Preparation time doesn't include chill time.
This recipe I found in the "The Barbecue Bible", by Steven Raichlen. This appetizer has advantage over deep fried versions by heightening the flavor and reducing the fat. Note: skewers or toothpicks should be soaked for one hour in cold water before grilling.
I found this recipe in the bonus book from Simple and Delicious Magazine. This raspberry-filled cake is an especially lovely ending for a holiday feast. Don't be intimidated by the list of ingredients. It takes some time, but this show-stopping dessert is really quite simple, is what the add says!!! I haven't made this yet, but sounds so delish and looks so elegant.
I got this recipe from Healthy Appetite with Ellie Krieger and adapted it to use ingredients that I normally have on hand. I used frozen strawberries(thawed and sliced), as it wasn't strawberry season and mini semi-sweet chocolate chips and it was wonderful!!! Could make it even lighter by using low or no-fat cream cheese, light bread and egg substitute.
This sauce is so versatile, it meets all my family's taste. It is a recipe that I got from the Weight Watchers Favorite Recipes. Made as written, it is 1/2 fat exchange and 30 optional calories(58 calories and 2 g fat) for two tablespoons of the sauce. This was a book that was out before the point system, but it is 1 point for both 1 or 2 servings of the sauce in the point system. Two of us like a zesty sauce with a little heat and the other two like more heat in their sauce. I make the sauce and then remove half of it to one bowl for the milder tastes and add more red pepper or red pepper sauce(hot sauce) to the rest. I triple the amounts of this recipe for our family.
A decadent dessert that looks like it is hard to make but is fairly quick and easy to get together. The time doesn't include chilling time of at least 3 hours, so make sure to allow for that time. This would be a wonderful dessert for Valentines Day, Easter or Mothers Day when strawberries are fresh and in season!!! Recipe from Country Woman.