5-Ingredient Fix Contest Entry. The potatoes in the soufflé help them to prevent them from falling. They are light, creamy, and taste divine. Special enough for a fancy dinner, but easy enough to fix for a weekday meal. With Simply Potatoes, they are easy to fold together. Surprisingly effortless and delicious!
A delicious one dish casserole. It's special enough for special events like bridal showers or graduation. It's an amazing dish! A local caterer uses this recipe and I found out it was in Creme de Colorado Cookbook. but I have never found it online. I've adjusted it slightly from their version to make it even better. After being asked for this recipe many time, I decided to post it.
My mother has been making these since I was a child. I had no idea how easy they were until I asked her for the recipe. She got the recipe back in the 1960's from her friend Harriet. Few ingredients and delicious!
This is perfect for a small gathering where you don't want to serve an entire wheel of brie. You can cut the ingredients down to the number you need since they are served individually on the slices of French bread. I found this online when I didn't want to do the old brie in puffed pastry recipe.
A delicious cookie that will curb your appetite until your next meal. Cheaper than the protein bars, easy to make, delicious to eat. They also freeze well. Recipe adapted from Brittany at Itty Bit of Balance.
Such a wonderful change from the old marshmellow recipe. The potatoes actually rise when baking making them light and fluffy. You can top them with just the apples, just the pecans, or both. It's best using fresh sweet pototoes. The canned still tastes good, but the color is not as orange.
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