This can be made in the crockpot or on the stove.The stove is quicker, but you really need to watch closely for burning. You can use fresh apples if available, or use canned applesauce. If using fresh apples you'll need to peel,core and cook the apples until soft, then process in a food processor for a few minutes. The red hots give it a little kick.
A Quick, easy casserole made with frozen vegetables, soup and cream cheese. There are lots of ways to alter this recipe by using alternate soups, vegetables, etc. (update 12/08) after reading the reviews that some chefs thought this dish was too soupy, I made it again using 2 packages of frozen veggies, it wasn't soupy at all, so I've edited the recipe from 1 pkg. to 2 packages of veggies. I think this will correct the problem.
Made with cottage cheese and dill seed. This originates in Driftwood Christian Church in Southern Indiana from years back and made to work in a bread machine. Enjoy. This bread can also be made as a 1 1/2 pound loaf instead of dough.
This is a lovely layered salad to make during the holidays. You can also swirl the cream cheese mixture though the partially set jello mixture rather than using the layer method. This comes from my Beth Bowen's Favorites.
The pesto and olive give the focaccia a very robust flavor. As a variation, omit the pesto and brush dough with olive oil, then sprinkle with snipped fresh basil and finely shredded parmesan cheese. This comes from my Better Homes and Garden Bread Machine Book.