I got this from my friend Laura. It's her grandmother's recipe. A friend gave her this recipe 1952 and it has a been a staple at the family gatherings since. A Schneider family gathering would not be complete without at least a triple batch!
This couldn't be easier. It looks like a thin casserole. My friend Jenn brought this to a dinner party and I thought that she'd spent way more time and money. I was shocked to find out how easy this is. I use the chili with beans. But, I'm sure that you could use whatever you like. This is so yummy on tortilla chips and is a great break from the average chips and queso. It also makes a great filling inside flour tortillas.
I had these at a friend's little girl's birthday party. I don't normally rave about a cookie. And, it takes a special dessert to get my attention. These cookies were amazing. I like my cookies soft. This fit the bill. Plus, they decorated beautifuly. They reminded me of the look of a Cookie Bouquet cookie with a lot better taste. The icing is Wilton's buttercream icing. A thin layer of this made for an amazing cookie.
This is an amazing side dish. I often whip this up when making food for church, a sick friend or a new mom. It's one of those easy, cheap and delicious meals. I have another corn casserole dish that I also love. But, this is one of the few that doesn't require cheese, cream cheese or sour cream. I use club crackers. But, I'm sure that you could also use Ritz. It's obviously not a diet food. Yum!
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