This recipe was created from a simple Quiche recipe I had around for ages...I thew in some things I had in my refrigerator and was surprised in how good it came out so decided to see what you think....
So simple, and so delicious! Kids and adults will love this pot pie. My fussy husband even loves it! I use chicken gravy because I like the milder taste myself. Adding the small amount of beef soup base gives the gravy color, and a hint of beef flavor.
This old time passed down recipe was given to me by a dear friend. The cherries and walnuts in big bite size adds to the charm of this wonderful cake. The cinnamon sugar dusting adds a crunchy outside texture to this cake...Yum Yum!
This recipe is one that is a mixture of many simular recipes I have tried in the past, but none of them impressed me that much. So through many trials and failures I came up with my own combination of ingredients. I think it is quite good! So decided to share this recipe with you to see what you think.
This is my own version of the beloved old fashion bread pudding desert. So simple to make, and we love it!! My husband loves raisin bread, but never seems to finish the loaf. So this is my secret to my bread pudding. Since I grew up with the "waste not, want not" lesson in life. I always find something to do with our leftovers....lol
This is my husband's favorite casserole and mine too. I always bake two extra chicken breast just so I can make this casserole. You can add a cooked fresh green veggie if you like to the casserole, but we prefer it plain and simple... and so do children. Instead have a nice green salad, veggie on the side and some garlic bread.
Boiled Corn Beef always good, but this simple addition of a tasty glaze makes it even better. This whole "meal in one" is not that complicated, and can be cooking all at the same time easily. No fuss, and a simple clean-up!
So simple to make, and just as good as candied yams that take so long! This is a great recipe for a holiday side dish, or anytime! A real time saver and great when theres just not enough room in the oven on Holidays. The little ones even like Yams this way.
Simple to make and really good! This wafer thin cookie is both crispy and a bit chewy, with just a hint of orange rind flavor. They disappear very quickly I might add, leaving you craving more! Unknown where it originally came from.
Delightful change from Applesauce. Very juicy with a nice chunky consistency. Not overly sweet. This is my own creation. Of course you don't have to can this recipe, just stop at #9. It is a simple recipe and easy enough to cut down the amount also.
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