We love these sandwiches for an easy dinner and always serve them with tatertots. It's a really yummy combination and the salsa that we either dunk the sandwich in or spread right on top of it is what really makes it great.
We have given up all other meat loaf recipes for this one. I love the individual servings and every bite has the yummy catsup sauce where in "regular" meat loaf it's just a small strip on top! With the smaller loaves it also makes the cooking time a bit quicker. This recipe came from '99 TOH magazine but I added the rubbed sage for some extra flavor. Enjoy!
This is another TOH from 99 and has become our family favorite. This salad will keep for up to a week in the refrigerator. The original recipe calls for all green apples but I prefer the combination of both red and green. Same with the grapes - add a few red if you like. My kids don't care for nuts so I usually leave them out. This is a great fruit salad for entertaining since it makes a lot. The cooking time is chilling time after it has been prepared
This is my summer time dish for all BBQ's and I always double the recipe. If you enjoy baked beans you have to try this one. It's from a '98 TOH and whenever I make it someone always asks for the recipe. I have personally never made it in the oven since the crock pot does just fine and who wants to heat up the house in the summer? When using the crock pot I will take the lid off for the last hour or so (+/-) of cooking - this will thicken it up if you like your beans thick right at serving. Leftovers freeze very well.
This is a sweet treat that is super easy to make and yummy for kids and parents too. A fun way to get a little more fruit in your diet and use up those bananas that are going to get too ripe! I found this recipe in a Family Fun magazine and we love it.
I made this on a whim tonight because I had all the ingredients and thought it sounded like something good on top of fresh strawberries. I was right - YUM!! I think it would be good on any variety of fruit or a mixture. The recipe from TOH said it could also be used on salad greens.
I'm not a horseradish fan but my husband is, so when I found this recipe in a Betty Crocker cookbook I decided to give it a try. The horseradish completely mellows into this wonderful flavor that isn't hot or spicy and the gravy made with the juices is so yummy. No extra seasonings needed. The original recipe called for 1 tsp of black pepper but my family found it a bit too peppery so we cut back on that. Be sure to serve buns to clean up the plate with! We think this one is worth a try!
Yummy roasted potatoes that everyone loves, and the house smells heavenly! Be sure not to cut the red pepper too small because they can get overcooked at the higher temperature. I've shared this recipe many times. Hope you like it too.
This is a great quick and easy recipe that I got from a Hidden Valley Ranch recipe book. The ingredient that we think "makes" these wraps are the red pepper slices. The combination of all the ingredients are very tasty. You could use whatever toppings you would like if your tastes differ. The prep time does not include cooking chicken - leftovers work great or I just cook up some boneless, skinless breasts right before making dinner.
This side dish has been at every holiday meal as long as I can remember; it wouldn't be right without it. We prefer this bean casserole over the typical one with cream of mushroom soup. The almonds are great for a little crunch but we usually top ours with the fried onions. This year I made it a day ahead of time and threw it in the crockpot to heat; this saves space in the oven during holiday meals.
If you like Sauerkraut, you've got to try this one. My kids who don't like the stuff will eat this dish - the flavor is very unique. Serve it with any kind of pork and mash potatoes - you won't be dissapointed!
I found this recipe many years ago in a Cooking Light magazine and it is my husband's favorite pasta dish. It's quick and easy, low cal and low fat too. We are garlic lovers and usually add 3 cloves of garlic to the dish. A green salad and french bread make a super meal. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
We had this recipe made for us several years back when my twins were babies. We love it and eat it often, especially during the winter. Leftovers have even more flavor and it freezes well. I've made this with dried herbs or fresh. A lot of people turn their nose up at the sound of Lentil soup and they have been converted with this one!