This layered casserole is really easy to make and tastes really good. I actually tried it with 1.25 lbs ground turkey breast and it came out very good. Tastes great with a dollop of sour cream on top. Got the recipe for Family Circle magazine.
I really like this meat loaf because it's moist and the sage flavor in it makes it really yummy. The topping is not too sweet and adds a nice zip to it. It's also a good way to use up those saltine crackers that linger around. Recipe comes from Taste of Home magazine.
These chicken fajitas are healthy, easy to make and delicious! Chicken needs to marinate for 2 to 8 hours so plan ahead! You can also substitute one pound beef steak, cut into 1/4 inch strips across the grain or raw shrimp, peeled and deveined. This comes from Gooseberry Patch's Holidays at Home.
A perfect dessert for autumn! These bars are light like cake and very moist. They have a thin layer of yummy orange cream cheese frosting on top of them and they are not too fattening. They are very thin bars if you use a 17x11 pan, so if you prefer a thicker bar, use a 9x11 pan. Recipe is from Gooseberry Patch's Holidays at Home cookbook.
I love lasagna because it is so saucy, rich and comforting and this recipe is no exception! There's no Italian sausage in it making it "American". I found this recipe online. Hope you'll give it a try!
This one-dish meal is one of the first recipes I made over and over again when I started cooking for myself. It is so easy and quick to make! The rice cooks with the chicken and veggies, making less mess to clean and frozen stir-fry veggies make it fast! It is a great tasting dish that is also healthy!
These pb sandwich cookies are very yummy and so easy to make. For a softer cookie, bake on a "lighter" colored pan as opposed to a dark baking pan. This recipe comes from a December Family Circle magazine from a few years back.
This healthy dinner is easy to make and very yummy! I like to add whatever extra veggies I have on hand to change it up. My husband is a picky eater with vegetables but he loves this dish! NOTES: I add a little more olive oil while the veggies are cooking as it adds a nice coat to the pasta. I also add extra pasta to this to make it stretch a little further. We really like adding summer squash as well and I have been omitting the peas lately because hubby dislikes them.
These are chocolate cake-like cookies with a chocolate frosting on top and a caramel surprise in the middle. Dough needs to be refrigerated overnight or for a couple of hours to be easy to handle. Hope you enjoy! Adapted from Taste of Home.