My Mom came across this recipe when I was growing up. Much easier than the traditional lasagna because you don't have to cook the noodles first! Tastes even better the second day, if you have any leftover! (Serving size is a guess.)
It is so much cheaper to make this than to buy those little packets of oatmeal. You can make this to your own taste and try it different ways every morning. My kids love this and even my little one eats it (with her hands, yuck!). Serving amounts is a guess.
I love the orange flavor of these, different for a muffin. Yummy! I got this recipe from an old (1980's) Canandian cookbook called "Muffin Mania". I usually double or triple the recipe and freeze the extras.(Prep time includes soaking time.)
These are the only banana muffins I make now. I add chocolate chips to my batter and triple the recipe. These freeze great. I got this recipe from an old (1980's) Canandian cookbook called "Muffin Mania". (Prep time is a guess.)
This soup has a wonderful combination of vegetables. Zucchini, tomatoes & corn in a cheesy base, I just LOVE it! Great cool weather dish. This recipe came from "Taste of Home" or one of those same magazines. (Prep time is a guess)
I love the name of these and the taste is even better! These muffins have a little bit of everything in them, carrot, apple, cococnut, nuts, raisins, and more! SO YUMMY! I usually make a double batch and freeze the extras.
This salad looks odd but what good flavor it has. Real easy too! I had it for the first time last summer at a picnic and had to ask for the recipe. I am not sure of the serving amounts. (Prep time includes fridge time.)