I found this in a Pillsbury Bread Baking booklet and it quickly became my family's favorite recipe for oatmeal bread, delicious for toasting and sandwiches. I have even wrapped loaves up in pretty cellophane or plastic wrap and given them as gifts! I don't always add the oatmeal topping, but it makes for a prettier loaf.
I received this recipe from a close friend. Another favorite of my family! I usually have to double it to satisfy them. I also add a package of hot dogs, sliced, or 2 cups of ham, cut in chunks, if I have it.
Found this in my Betty Crocker cookbook and it has become a favorite in my family as a main dish. Quick to put together, and most of the ingredients are always on hand. I've also substituted turkey for the chicken with no noticeable difference. The original recipe calls for 1/2 head of iceberg lettuce, I prefer the romaine.
I'm not sure where this easy and quick to fix recipe came from, but it rapidly became a family favorite. These go well with fish, chicken, steak or burgers. To aid in cleanup, I usually line the baking sheet/pan with foil before coating with oil.
This great, delicious and supereasy recipe was given to my diabetic mother by a good friend. The original recipe called for orange flavored sugar free gelatin, but we have found that most flavors of gelatin are tasty in this recipe.
Believe it or not, this recipe doesn't have a bit of cream cheese in it but it tastes like the real thing. When you're looking for a quick dessert, this is it. You can top it with any canned pie filling when serving.
My teenage son discovered this recipe somewhere and it has become a family favorite to use for dipping or spreading on grilled beef or chicken or to use in any recipe calling for honey barbecue sauce. We think it's the best!
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