A great every-day bread, good for toast and sandwiches. I have dark, coated metal pans, so I bake it at 350. This came from a great frugality blog called Wanting What You Have. The author recommends putting the dry ingredients in a ziploc (in reverse order), then storing several batches in the freezer, to streamline the process.
Prep time includes dough cycle on my bread machine and rising time.
This was originally a pulled pork recipe taken from a Blog called Notes From The Trenches. I changed some things up with the original recipe, subbing root beer for the water called for in the original version. Not "real" BBQ but a tender, slightly sweet shredded meat for sandwiches.
This recipe was adapted from a Cooking Light recipe many years ago. I cut the oil because it didn't need it and changed a few other things as well. This is my favorite summer food and one I use when trying to lose a few pounds.
This is a quick and easy chicken divan recipe that my mom always made. It's particularly good served with rice. I usually top the casserole with a half cheese/ half cracker mixture, since we like cheesy and crunchy.
An easy and savory stuffed roast that pairs well with buttered noodles and steamed vegetables. I keep a jar of sundried tomatoes in white wine, in my fridge. They are great tossed with pasta and fresh basil.
A chewy, crispy cookie from the May 2007 Cooking Light Magazine. The original called for white chocolate chips instead of semi-sweet and strawberries instead of cherries. The dough is very heavy, so you should use a stand mixer if possible.