I absolutely love this pizza dough recipe--I would make this one again (something I don't usually do). This makes enough for 3 pizzas. Recipe courtesy of www.cheapcooking.com. Serving size is estimated.
This recipe is super quick but hearty--all with ingredients you have on hand. Recipe courtesy of Maxine Carroll and Feeding the Flock (Koffeepot Restaurant, Nampa, ID). I added a little oregano, onion, salt, and pepper to this plus some tomato sauce. Serving size is estimated.
Nothing like doctoring up a cake mix with a little cream cheese...super simple but delicious and fun. I used a devil's food mix and Mounds pieces instead of chocolate chips. Recipe courtesy of Favorite Recipes from Quilters and Sherry Sommers of Millersburg, OH.
Superb combination of horseradish and mustard...I did this a little differently by not draining the juice plus I added some maraschino cherries and juice and threw in apple butter in place of the apricot jam. Really yummy! Recipe courtesy of Taste of Home Annual Recipes 2009 and Joan Hallford, North Richland Hills, Texas.
I love how this makes the house smell like apple pie. This is terrific. I used an apple grape juice in place of the apple and really enjoyed the change in flavor. Recipe courtesy of Better Homes and Gardens New Cookbook 15th Edition 2010. Serving size is estimated.
Who needs takeout? These are fantastic and quick to prepare. I added extra cilantro to the shrimp, and I also topped with fresh cilantro because I can't get enough cilantro. Recipe courtesy of Ladies' Home Journal May 2009.
This is absolutely heavenly and quick to make. Make sure to add the walnuts because they add so much flavor. I substituted green beans for peas and used regular half and half instead of fat-free. I also left the skin on the salmon. Recipe courtesy of Family Circle March 2009.
I love how easy this recipe comes together. I had frozen sausage in the freezer and already shredded cheese that made this that much simpler. Delicious! Recipe courtesy of Favorite Recipes from Quilters and Bonita Ensenberger of Albuquerque, NM and Jessica's Nine Patch.
I had to try this recipe because it was submitted by someone who had the recipe since 1940 when she was a teenager and just learning to cook. This makes a terrific cookie. I added butterscotch chips for fun. Serving size is estimated. Recipe courtesy of Maurine Hutchings, Boise Idaho and the Idaho Press Tribune.
This is a terrific way to dress up a brownie mix. I must confess, instead of topping it with chocolate chips I topped it with peanut butter cups. MMM! Recipe courtesy of www.bettycrocker.com. Tip: To soften cream cheese, microwave for 10 to 15 seconds in a microwavable bowl on high.
I made this on the stove top, but this is a delicious crock pot meal to have ready and waiting for you when you come home. Recipe courtesy of Maurine Hutchings, Boise Idaho and the Idaho Press Tribune. Serving size is estimated.
This makes a delicious light and fluffy pancake--it's like going out for pancake breakfast but better because it's in the comfort of your own home. The best part of this recipe are the many possible variations--wholewheat, buckwheat, cornmeal, bran, and fruit options. Recipe courtesy of Better Homes and Gardens New Cookbook 2010.
This is one of the best macaroni salads I've ever made. I must confess, this recipe calls for 4 cups of mayonnaise, and I made this recipe with 1 cup of mayonnaise and found it deliciously creamy. I also threw in some green onion and a little colby jack cheese. I made sure I used the celery leaves as well as the celery, but this recipe is flexible. Make it as is for a delicious macaroni salad or play with it to your heart's desire. Serving size is estimated. Recipe courtesy of www.momswhothink.com.