This is a versatile side-it's mild and goes well with many main dishes. I use one package of frozen spinach, thawed under warm water and squeezed dry. I've also used swiss chard in this, just be sure to chop very finely or even puree the greens.
This is super moist and I promise you that you won't feel like you're eating a vegetable! I've included Grandma's old fashioned boiled frosting, but buttercream frosting or a dusting of powdered sugar is also good.
This was originally called "freezer stroganoff" on a recipe card, but it never makes it to the freezer! If you want to do OAMC with this, just stop before adding the milk and sour cream and freeze up to four months.
My daughter spilled a cup of grape juice on her hot pink shirt. This did the trick, and the shirt's still pink! I got this from my sister in law and am posting it here so I don't lose it. The "dish detergent" is actually Cascade automatic dishwasher detergent-it wouldn't let me enter that as an ingredient.
This recipe is the combination of several created specifically for using those wonderful cinnamon chips! But it would also be good with chocolate chips if you can't find those. This is a nice fall muffin. I make this from home made pumpkin puree from the freezer.