A recipe found somewhere in the internet. My dogs like moist food but sometimes would become very picky. I have had no trouble getting them to eat this. It's really no more expensive than buying cans of food they may or may not eat plus I know what is in it. No ingredients a person could not eat.
These are slightly similar to the sausage balls made with bisquick and shredded cheese. I even like them cold. They can be frozen. Recipe came from plainchicken.com. Great appetizer or tailgate snack. I will try adding jarred jalapenos or cooked onion next time.
I heard about bacon jam on tv and searched for a recipe since none was posted here. I found this on babble.com.
This was used as a hamburger topping though you could come up with more ideas.
It's really quite tasty and not too hard to make.
I sampled this at Trader Joe's and it was really good. The recipe is very easy. The recipe did not indicate how much turkey to use or how many servings it makes so I will have to guestimate. Vegetable broth can be substituted for the chicken broth. A great way to use your leftover holiday turkey.
This is really good with a yellow or Pineapple cake mix and pineapple jello. I would try 1 box of jello first.
I once made this using a yellow cake mix, 1 box pineapple jello and 1 box lime jello. You divide the cake mix in two and put each box of jello into half. Then bake in 2 round pans for layers. Very pretty.