Bannocks are Scottish oatcakes, similar to scones. Coarsely ground oats provide a hearty, slightly chewy texture to this savory version that's excellent as a snack or alongside a bowl of soup. We love these with Recipe #210183. From Cooking Light.
Finely ground oats give this cake a tender, moist texture. Great for brunch or even a after-school snack. Tip: stir frozen blackberries into the batter; the juices from thawed berries will turn the batter blue. From Cooking Light.
Celery, grapes, toasted pecans, and a little zing from the green chilies set this chicken salad apart from the everyday. So easy to throw together and it makes a great low-carb lunch. I don't even miss the bread with this! Serve it in a hollowed-out melon, avocado, or papaya for something special. I got this from the back of the can of chicken.
Raspberries, jam, lemon syrup-drenched pound cake, and whipped cream in a delicious, easy, layered dessert. This can be made using store-bought or homemade pound cake and as individual trifles or one large Grand Trifle. Can be made up to 24 hours in advance.
This Italian dish is a savory cross between an omelet and bread pudding. It is terrific to serve for breakfast, brunch, or lunch-as well as dinner. From Everyday Food. Can be made up to 24-hours ahead.
With only 2 ingredients this dessert might seem too good to be true,but it's soooo yummy. I've made this for a casual dinner party and also cooked it in a dutch oven while camping. Very versatile, could even be served for brunch or breakfast.
This makes a large recipe of old-fashioned homestyle pancakes that we love to smother in butter and jam or syrup or peanutbutter and syrup. My Grandma made these for all the ranch hands in the mornings as a girl and then for her ten children as a mother.
This is my sister's favorite dish that my mom makes. It's a wonderful mexican-inspired casserole of layers of corn tortillas, cheese, and a creamy chicken, black bean, and green chili mixture. A great use for leftover chicken.*Edited per reviewers suggestions that it was too runny. Should set up fine now. Saucy but not runny.*
A delicious layered casserole of turkey, broccoli, and parmesan in a creamy sauce topped with a buttery crumb topping. The secret to this casserole is the touch of nutmeg in the cream sauce. You could also use chicken.
This is one of my sister Shaelese's favorite foods. :-) We all love it over fresh steamed broccoli. It's different from most mock hollandaise sauces because it is made from cream cheese. It makes plain steamed veggies extra special. This has become a regular favorite at all holidays and special occasions in our family. Creamy goodness at its best!