This is my verson of Nad Smith's recipe #84530. Everytime I make this, I think "I don't want sweet soup!" and leave out the sugar. Then I end up adding it back in one tablespoon at a time. The soup still isn't what I would call sweet, but the sugar definitely adds to the flavor. Even my picky husband likes this soup!
This is a quick soup that tastes like you spent all day in the kitchen. Even hubby, who isn't crazy about mushrooms really liked it. Whenever I buy bacon, I cook it all up and keep it in the fridge to use in recipes, that makes this even quicker.
This is my husband's favorite. The 3 layers are just about too high for a cake keeper, so I often cut the recipe in half and make a 2 layer cake instead. I know 3 divided by 2 doesn't equal 2, but it's close enough! I included two frosting options.
Perfect for company, especially Christmas morning! You can add any vegetables you like, but don't add the colorful ones until the last minute. I did that once with the green onion and wound up with green eggs! It's best made with evaporated milk, but you can use milk instead if needed.
This dressing is good anytime, not just for holidays! Easy to make and keeps well in the fridge. You can use a jar of pear baby food if pears aren't in season. Inspired by Zurie's apple salad (recipe #246951).
Finally, I can have my cake and eat it too, so to speak, with a luscious chocolate fudge shake that's low-calorie, low-fat and sugar-free, plus quick and easy! You can use non-fat milk for even more calorie cutting. Inspired by Debbwl's recipe #324254.
Our family loves this salad, even the picky eaters! Cooking time is cooling time. This makes a huge bowl full, which makes wonderful leftovers, but feel free to halve or even quarter the recipe if needed. Inspired by Chef Ain't B's recipe #252481.
I came up with this after trying several different meatball recipes. It's versatile and doesn't use chili sauce, which I never seem to have on hand. I like it best made with half jelly and half cranberry sauce. You can make these on the stove, in a crock-pot or in an electric skillet.
With the ever increasing price of store-bought cereal, I decided it was time to come up with a homemade one. You may want to add nuts or dried fruits also. Store it in an airtight container. (I keep it in the cardboard oats canister in a zip-tied bag.)