My wife in the baker in the family. She makes these every year for Christmas. Fair warning this makes about between 8 to 10 dozen depending on how thin you slice the bars. I made an educated guess on the fridge time since she makes these and puts them in the fridge then moves onto the next type of cookie dough.
My wife got this from the back of a Hormel Fully Cooked Chicken Breast package. We havn't made it yet, but it sounds really easy and tasty. Should be easy to do with regular chicken breasts and some jar gravy.
We bought a large torte pan with a removeable bottom just for this recipe. It can be made in a springform cheese cake pan, but it looks much nicer in the classic torte shape. This a very rich desert from all of the eggs in it. This is a diet breaker!
Bread we use in our Holy Communion services at church.
*** The dough can be made in a bread machine, but will still be cooked in the oven. Follow the direction for your machine when adding the ingrediants and use the dough setting.
My wife used to run a daycare in our home. This is one of the recipes that we were given to use of meals for the kids. It's really easy to jazz up using a packet of taco seasoning for the hamburger, adding more veggies or even using a mexican styled rice instead of plain white. One serving is 1.5oz meat 1/4 cup veggies and a serving of bread for a 3-5yo
My Mom took a microwave cooking classwhen we got our first microwave (late 80's). This is one of the recipies she got and we tried. It's actually pretty good and really simple to make. Great if you have a full stove top of food cooking and a free microwave.
This is another of those recipes my mom got from the 1980's microwave cooking class. You don't pre-cook the noodles for this.
This recipe pre-dates turntables. To save wear and tear on your microwave's turn table take the glass turn table plate out, remove the roller ring and then put the plate back in upside down.
This recipe requires a microwave safe 9x13 baking dish. I use a Pyrex one.
My wife ran an daycare in our home. This is ome of the kid meals they gave us to help with meal planning. The servings are kid size, but it should be easy to ramp it up to adult portions if needed. You can use cooked regular rice instead of minute rice.
My family's holiday staple. We rarely had a holiday meal without this on the table. This is an excellent side to Ham, but goes well with turkey to. It comes out similar to a bread pudding.
You can sub prepackaged bread cubes, just try and eyeball 6 slices worth.
This is a family favorite. I think my Mom found it on the back of either a Dole Pineapple lable or the back of a Minute Rice box. It's fast, easy and very tasty if you like pineapple. The Flavor can vary depending on the sweetness of the pineapple. Mom always made this in her electric skillet, but it works in a regular fry pan.
This is my Grandpop Trego's recipie for Clam Chowder. Grandpop could never make anything in small batches. Make sure you have a very large pot. This makes 5 gallons of chowder. Use salt to adjust to your taste. This can be packaged and put into the freezer for later use.