This is absolutely my favorite soup! It's rich and thick and comforting - and yet it's healthy!! I adapted this recipe from Kraft by using a different cheese and less water. This soup is delicious! Enjoy!
I realize this isn't technically a recipe - but it does include food! It's an angel made using a Hershey's kiss. Very cute. These are fun for the tree, add to a package, or just leave one someones desk. I had a hard time finding the directions to make these...so I decided to post it here for everyone. I also wouldn't give these to children since it contains a straight pin. Just a decoration! Happy Holidays!
This is a delicious recipe and very quick and easy to make. I don't actually eat it on Christmas day (we're traditional turkey people)...but it always reminds me of Christmas time with it's red and green colors. For some reason - making this always cheers up my day! Hope it does the same for you. Enjoy!
These cookies are cute and easy! Kids love them! Fun to make! I used the refrigerated cookie dough - but you could even buy pre-made sugar cookies and decorate them... We took these to my kids classes for their pre-Thanksgiving party and they were a huge hit!
It's probably easiest to just look at the picture to make these rather than follow my directions - but good luck! Enjoy!
I threw this together with what I had on hand and it turned out delicious! These cookies spread out a ton (probably from the butter!) - but they are moist and SO yummy!!! If you like toffee - please try these! Great flavor that won't stick in your teeth!
This recipe is fast and easy! 4 ingredients... gotta love that! The cookies are between soft and crunchy. Both my kids loved them - a miracle! Great with a cold glass of milk. I think next time I'll add mini-chocolate chips to the mix!
These are SO delicious!! Kids like them because they are colorful and have M&M candies! You can make these without nuts - but if you're not allergic - try them with nuts first... the salt with the sweet is amazing! This recipe is for individual cakes using a muffin pan, but you can also make these as bars in a 9x13 pan - just cook a little longer (about 18 minutes). Enjoy!
These are the cutest treat for kids! They look like bears taking a bubble bath! They are delicious and not too messy - so they are easy to take to school/parties. (I came up with the idea after getting tired of taking cupcakes to school and having to deal with the mess!) They are also small enough for young children. Very easy to make when you use refridgerated cookie dough... My son entered these into a dessert contest when he was 5 years old and he won! Too cute!!
Most people make these in tomato soup. I had started making it one day before I realized I didn't have any tomato soup - so I tried it with Campbells Cream of Celery soup... it was wonderful! You can also use Cream of Mushroom soup. Makes it creamy and yummy. I won't go back to tomato sauce... I also stir in a can of green beans at the end of cooking...it's like meatballs AND green bean casserole. Yum.