This recipe was created for the “Ready, Set, Cook: RSC Lucky #13 Cooking Contest.” This is a wonderful sweet and savory meal for lunch/snack that will be sure to delight your family. Despite its use of spinach and mushrooms, the use of honey, mustard, and cheese creates a delightful sensation in your mouth during each oozy bite.
This one-pot recipe was made for the Ready, Set, Cook: Lucky #13 Cooking Contest utilizing 5 ingredients from the special list including "fresh baby carrots, frozen spinach, soy sauce, canned pineapple chunks and canned chickpeas." This soup is a delicious vegetable soup with a clear broth with a sweet and savory flavor. Note: This recipe has been corrected.
Perfect little packages of goodness that you can’t eat just one of. Each little puff consists of 5-ingredients from the RSC list including chicken, spinach, artichoke, Laughing Cow cheese and crescent dough which makes a creamy and delicious mini-stuffed muffin like treat. Created for the RSC - Lucky #13 Cooking Contest.
My kids and DH always ask me, "What's for dinner?" Now they will ask me that question anytime during the day from just after breakfast until just before dinner. Usually I tell them anything that comes to mind. LOL! And then I serve something totally different (they never learn). So today when they asked the question I told them left over lamb roast when in fact I was really thinking of something to do with Cod. Here is what I came up with. . .
For dinner, I had thawed two boneless filets of salmon and I didn't have many things to work with for side dishes. Also I didn't want to have to go pick anything up at the store, so I winged it. My family loved it and this is how it turned out. Enjoy.
This is a great refreshing coffee anytime treat. I serve it in an 8-ounce wine glass for an extra special presentation. The coffee can be left over from your brew in the morning for an afternoon treat by placing it in the refrigerator.
*Cooking time is mixing time in blender.
My daughter Kelleigh learned this recipe at culinary school. They are
quite addictive just plain or you can use them in salads. This is definitely a recipe that you should go out and buy parchment paper for as it will make your life easier in the clean up!
GG stands for Great Grandmother and these cookies have been handed down from generation to generation in our family. As a rule, they are only made at Christmas, but upon an occasion they have been made for Easter too. (Cookie yield & baking time actually depends on what size
cookie cutters are used). Decorating the cookies is half the fun and can get quite involved.
This is great for a holiday breakfast or brunch. It serves 10 and it can be prepared ahead of time and popped in the oven on the day of the event. My Mother serves this when the whole family gets together down at their shore house on holiday weekends. Options: add mushrooms and peppers or the like.
This new "Dinning on a $ Cooking Contest" recipe was created with Ramen Noodles the "Star" ingredient, plus four others on the special ingredient list which include egg, nutmeg, cottage cheese and peanuts. The noodles and the cottage cheese give the bread body & moisture, where as the peanuts give it a nice crunchy texture, The peanut flavor doesn't over power the nutmeg. Serve warm with sweet butter. Enjoy!
I love the crumb topping on this apple crisp. My daughter has been making this for 12 years and it comes out perfect every time. A friend gave me the recipe which originally called for baking apples but I changed it to the canned apple pie filling so a child could make it without having to use a sharp knife. The crisp can be made with any fruit pie filling.
This originally was a Campbell's Soup recipe which I doctored for our taste and adapted it for my crock pot too. This is great for a Fall or Winter meal. It is also yummy served over mashed potatoes. Since it was reviewed, I have altered it to make it more tasty.