This is my go-to, super-easy weeknight dinner. Hot Links, canned kidney beans, onions, peppers, and jar salsa...doesn't get any simpler than that! This recipe allows for mindless "slap it together" nights or nights when you want to take a little more effort and make it *really* yummy!
This recipe was in Kraft Foods Magazine (I have not tried it but am saving it for future holidays). An attractive alternative to the sliced canned cranberry sauce! Prep/cook time does not include refrigeration.
This s from a Jell-O and Cool Whip advertisement in Kraft Foods magazine. I have not tried it but wanted to hold on to it for safe keeping. The fifteen minutes is only prep time; this is a no-cook pie. Also don't forget the additional hour+ for refrigeration.
This was featured in Kraft Foods Magazine. Fudge made in the microwave, with no worrying about soft ball stage and all that stuff. It was featured as a recipe that is great to make with children. I have not tried it, storing it here for future use.
This recipe belongs to Deborah Biggs, of Omaha, NE. It was featured in the Kraft Foods Magazine, as a winner of a Philadelphia cheesecake contest. The prep/cooking time does not include refrigeration time.
This recipe is by Robin Doxey of Gainsville, FL. It was featured in Kraft Food Magazine. I wanted to hold onto it for safe keeping. UPDATE: I heartily recommend pre-cooking your crescents alone for a bit first, else you may get some soggy bottoms!
You can't eat beef every night! Think of this like a "cheeseburger" pie, but with chicken. All ingredients are quick and easy; super simple week-night meal. I cannot remember where I got this recipe from but I tweaked it to make it even easier (if that was possible).
Yummy blue/bleu cheese burger adapted from a local blues-y BBQ joint (Red, Hot & Blue) that has now closed down. They called it The Blackwoods burger and DH & I absolutely loved it! My ingredient measures are rough estimates...you build this burger with the amounts that appeal to you.
My local Panera no longer makes this salad, my favorite! I found this on a TV station website, supposedly directly from Panera. I have not yet made this version; I am putting it here for safe keeping until I can tinker with it.
I found this recipe in a Fix-It-And-Forget-It crock pot cookbook. It is extremely forgiving and versatile...not to mention delicious! You'll be amazed at the cobbler-like texture that you can get with boxed cake mix, butter and a crock-pot. I personally prefer yellow cake mix + cherry pie filling + walnuts (as recipe indicates).
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