I just made my first batch of this and it smells great. I made homemade gravy and plan on freezing from-scratch mashed potatoes separately. I also think that this would be great to have on hand for when you do have leftover mashed potatoes.
I got this from eat better America and it is great. It says it serves 2, I usually use about a pound of sprouts and several cloves of garlic for our whole family. I've made this several times now and we like to cook it longer so they are nice and brown.
I've never made this but I tasted a bit, that was all that was left, and it was really good. It only has 4 ingredients and sounds super easy to make. I think you could easily substitute homemade sauce for the hershey's. I think it would be great to take to a potluck because you wouldn't have to worry about keeping it warm or making sure it doesn't spill on the way there.
These cookies are tall and hold their shape. I have tried bunches of recipes and after a little tweaking it is my favorite. The lemon juice helps to activate the baking soda, producing a softer, chewier cookie. The original recipe calls for putting the oats into a blender or food processor until finely ground. I have never done that as I think the oats add texture. The prep time is a guess as I have never really figured it out. These freeze great too.
This is my favorite egg sandwich that I make often. It is a warm melty way to start the day. I usually use American cheese because I like the way it melts. You could use your favorite cheese. I always make this open face but if you prefer to make it a sandwich, go for it.
I almost started a family feud when I gave credit to the wrong family member for this recipe. It is our absolute favorite dip for veggies. You can make it with lowfat may or sour cream but in my opinion it just is not the same. We usually double or triple this for family events. I also almost always leave out the accent and use a scant teaspoon of seasoning salt and then you can add a bit more if want it.
I found this recipe in a TOH bonus book and it sounds great. I am always looking for ways to add extra fruit or veggies to or meals. It sounds like a nice cool summer meal that I can't wait to try in a pita or croissant. I think this would be a great appetizer on endive leaves.
My husband brought this recipe home. He had copied it out of a recipe book at work. He has never done this before so I had to make it. We have made it twice in two weeks. It is really chocolatey and rich so be prepared. I have never used the glaze recipe, I just find a chocolate frosting recipe here on 'Zaar. I would like to try it with peanut butter frosting. This is a big cake so make sure to measure your pan and make sure it will hold 12 cups.
This is just my regular Crispix, or similar type of cereal, puppy chow recipe made with butterscotch chips instead of chocolate chips; my SIL suggested it. We ate probably half the batch that evening. After making a bunch of recipes with butterscotch chips, I suggest that you use a good quality chip. I have had trouble melting some of the store brands, although Aldi's brand always seems to work well.
This recipe came from a can of Campbell's Pepper Jack Soup. It is a little too spicy for my very young children so I usually just make them one or two quesadillas with just the cooked chicken and cheese.
This is a sandwich that my Dh used to make when he was a kid. Crunchy, gooey and sweet, how can you go wrong. If you have a good nonstick skillet you can skip the butter and just brown it in the dry pan.