This recipe won the Pillsbury Bake-Off in Boca Raton, Florida in 1996. Recipe submitted by Niela Frantellizi, Contest #37. These are easy but delicious. Pillsbury suggested using this as a great base for a rich sundae. Top each square with a scoop of ice cream, some hot fudge or caramel topping, and whipped cream. Recipe courtesy of Pillsbury Christmas 2009.
I found this recipe on A Thrifty Mom (who got it from The Thrifty, Nifty, Crafty Mom), and I had to try it. I never would have guessed you can make such a delicious pudding so easily, but this is the bomb. I substituted lemons because I didn't have limes, and I still loved it. This is a gorgeous dessert that will impress your guests. Serving size is estimated. Some of the ingredient amounts weren't listed so I have estimated.
Who knew a 2 ingredient smoothie could be so delicious. I found it a little too thick to blend and added a bit of water, but otherwise this is terrific. Recipe courtesy of Martha Stewart Living. Serving size is estimated.
I wanted to use up some nectarines and watermelon, and I thought a smoothie would be delicious. I found this recipe online. I did not put any sweetener in mine, and I thought it was terrific without. I doubled this recipe, but I'll post it as listed.
Wow! This is a terrific variation of a favorite recipe. I found this recipe in Capitol Cookin' "Politically Correct" Recipes from Idaho's Political People and then some. The pineapple is the secret ingredient. This recipe is courtesy of Former Senator Roger and Leslie Madsen. Serving size is estimated.
Here's a great way to doctor up a brownie mix when you need dessert in a flash. I made mine in the oven instead of the microwave because I used a regular fudge brownie mix--not a microwave mix. I substituted cashews for pecans and in place of the water I used coffee. Delicious--this recipe got rave reviews from my guests. Recipe courtesy of Pillsbury Desserts.
For me, this could be a meal. However, it's supposed to be a dip for casual parties. I didn't have enough pinto beans so I added great northern beans and whatever beans I could find in the house. I used a combination of Mexican cheese and jack cheese instead of just cheddar for fun. You can also substitute tomatoes or Ro-tel in place of the tomato sauce. DELICIOUS and easy!
I couldn't tell you if this is like Olive Garden, but I can tell you it's delicious. I added more red pepper than the recipe called for because I prefer more heat. I also tripled the kale--it was more like 6 cups plus. I think I prefer it with more kale, but I'll post it as it was written. I also used half and half instead of cream because I didn't have any cream on hand, and I left the skin on my potatoes. Very simple but hearty and filling. Recipe courtesy of Annie's Eats. Serving size is estimated.
I used pinto beans in place of refried beans and tortilla chips in place of taco salad shells. Delicious and simple and the dressing is my favorite! Recipe courtesy of Old El Paso, Makin' it Easy, Makin' it Fun!
I love egg salad, but this is over-the-top delicious. Recipe courtesy of Taste of Home 2010 Contest-Winning Annual Recipes and Jane Ozment of Purcell, Oklahoma. She substitutes English muffins or toasted bread if she doesn't have croissants.
I'm not a pancake lover, but these are delicious. Recipe courtesy of Feeding the Flock (For All Our Friends--From the Koffee Pot, Nampa ID) and Maxine Carroll. I threw in a splash of buttermilk to regular milk to make buttermilk. The recipe doesn't state how to cook, but I used 1/4 cup measure for the batter and cooked in a slightly greased pan (flip when you see bubbles on the first side). Serving size is estimated.
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.