I created this recipe one year when I needed to serve 75 fourth graders at their annual Valentine's Dance. It was a huge success with the kids. See if your picky eaters will enjoy it! I serve it over rice.
This is our everyday bread that we use for sandwiches and toast. It's dairy and egg free which makes it a favorite of mine - this also makes it safe to use the bread machine timer. This recipe makes a 2 pound loaf, but you can easily halve it for smaller machines.
I love soup, and potato is definitely way up there on my list of favorites. Nothing really beats my homemade soups, but this is a very tasty and great alternative when you are short on time and want something hot, filling and comforting. I serve this with rolls, or sometimes with turkey club sandwiches.
These are amazing giant cookies that are chock full of everything good - almonds, pecans, chocolate chips and raisins. My dh, who can't stand raisins, couldn't keep his hands off of these cookies. Don't chop your pecan halves and leave the almonds in larger pieces as well. You're going to love these!
There's no reason for your bread machine to be limited to just bread! Dust it off and break it out to make this delicious, moist meatloaf. You'll need to use the quick bread or cake cycle. Directions for cooking this in the oven are included as well.
This recipe is so simply and so yummy! I make it to go with traditional family dinners and my kids and dh love it. My kids pick out the onions and mushrooms (hey you can't win them all, right?), but like the flavor of the sweet peas. This is originally from a Taste of Home yearbook.
Haven't seen this on the zaar yet, I found it on the web years ago when I was on a low-carb diet. I've tweaked it here and there and changed it along the years. This is a frequent request for pitch-ins and get togethers!
This is just the way I like them; no cheese and pure butter with rich cream. These aren't made for those who are watching their waistlines! This recipe is adapted from Kim Tilley's Bulk Cooking: Ham Plan.
This is a great addition to your dinner plans for when you want Chinese, but don't want to make the trip to town! You can make this with chicken, beef, pork, or you can make a vegetarian version if you prefer. Anyway I make it, my family and I really enjoy it!
Taken from the 2006 Better Homes and Gardens Christmas Cookies Magazine. Bocca di Nonna means "Grandmother's Kisses" in Italian, a variation of Bocca di Dama (Lady's Kisses). I really want to try these!
This is a wonderful loaf to have on hand for Italian dishes. Just before we serve it we like to pop it in the toaster and slather it with butter. It is extremely aromatic, and it will be hard to wait until it's done baking! This makes a one pound loaf of bread.
A yummy and different loaf of quick bread that's prepared like a poke cake. This was listed in a local family newspaper advertisement around St. Patrick's Day, but you don't have to wait until March to enjoy this bread! We really enjoy it all year long.
Lots of cocoa mixes on Zaar, but this is the one my family likes. I make a batch of this in October right before the leaves fall and keep it on hand the rest of the fall and winter. Sometimes for a gift I will buy mugs and put individually wrapped servings of the mix in a pretty bag. I place the bag and a swizzle stick inside the mugs with a tag tied to the handle with directions printed on how to make the cocoa. I'm estimating the servings.