Not really a 'recipe', just a way to serve them when you have a lots of kids over, and most important NO MESS to clean up. My DS's and their cousins really had fun with this, and they could layer whatever they wanted. I'm giving just an estimated quantity and serving is for 1 person. To free up your time buy presliced vegetables from the local salad bar in your supermarket, just place them individually in the plastic produce bag and place in salad bar container to keep ingredients apart.
I found this at www.fitnessandfreebies.com. It is quite time consuming to make. Cook time is freeze time and it is just an estimated time. This was a hit with my DS's and their cousins! The measurements are for 1-3oz. freezer pop (your typical disposable bathroom cup), so buy ingredients according to your desired popsicle quantity and pop size
I found this recipe at www.suite101.com, while searching for popsicle recipes for my boys, they really enjoyed these.
Everybody popsicle molds differs in size, so I can't calculate how much it will make.
My popsicle mold holds 1/3 of a cup, and I doubled this recipe and it gave me approximately 7 popsicles
Cook time DOES NOT reflect freezing
I came across this from www.cookingcache.com
Submitted by Kathy-Lynn. She stated to cover roast with boiling water, and that's it. Try it her way if you like or how I prepared it. I didn't plan this roast in a panic just out of curiosity. This is intended for individuals who forget to remove something from the freezer for dinner. Do remember that you will need a LARGE crockpot (frozen beef roasts don't bend!). This isn't a to-die for recipe, but the meat was perfect for shredding.
If desired removed some of the broth to make a gravy in saucepan
I have no idea where Lee's Family Diner is and who the heck is Becky!. I found this on the www.copykat.com site. My youngest DS requested burgers and 'fries for his birthday lunch and so I made this. We all liked it VERY much, pretty greasy though, so have plenty of napkins available. For the texas toast, use whatever flavor your family likes, I used parmesan. This was delicious, one that I will be making again-hope you think so too.
This was one the many recipes I inherited from my my dear Father-In Law, I know he would have been tickled pink that I've decided to post them. He may be gone but his recipes live on... in memory of RBT