I found this on my MSN homepage. It has a recipe section. I think it's a Libby recipe. It caught my attention because, first of all, I love pumpkin. But I had wanted to try to make apple butter, but didn't find any that didn't make a vat of it. I don't want to make that much, afraid it might be too much for us to eat. Hope you enjoy this. It's really easy and quite tasty.
This is really good. I found this one on the Back of the Box recipe website, I believe. I figured the points out to be 7 per serving. It's really easy to do, but is time consuming. I guess all lasagna is. It's well worth it though. I added more cheese on the top than it called for. I mixed mozzarella and parmesan for the top.
I found this one on a Halloween website. The original name was a little unappetizing, so I changed it for everyday use. It's really good. Calls for fresh spinach, but I don't see why you couldn't use frozen if you wanted. I also used dried parsley instead of fresh.
I don't really care much for sugar cookies. I haven't really found a recipe I like. So, I decided I'd look for something similar, because I like the rolled out cookies. I found this in Hershey's 100th Anniversary cookbook. The recipe calls for them to be frosted. I used them for Christmas cookies and sprinkled colored sugar on them instead. I also rolled them out in a long piece of wax paper folded in half. No problem with sticking to surface or flour left over on dough that way. They're pretty good, especially if you'd prefer chocolate over sugar cookies. Cook time is for one batch.
This is from The Cake Mix Doctor. Posted to go with Tomato Soup Spice Cake, but I think it'd be good with any spice cake recipe. Very simple to make. If you want plain buttercream frosting, omit cinnamon and replace it with another teaspoon of vanilla.
Got this out of The Cake Mix Doctor cookbook. Absolutely wonderful! Sounds funny to put tomato soup in a cake, but you won't be disappointed. I fixed it for church and got a few requests for the recipe.
This is my Mama's recipe. It was the only way I would eat cooked broccoli for years. I "tweeked" it a little on how much mayo to put in. Originally 3/4 cup, but I tasted it too much after it was cooked. You can use whichever you prefer. Good for potlucks. A wonderful comfort food.
This is the best cheese dip I've ever had! I got recipe from Weight Watchers. It's 24 points for the entire bowl, if you need points value. You could easily eat the whole bowl. It's that good! Servings are estimated.
I'm not sure where I found this recipe, but it's not the exact one from Bisquick. (Different measurements, etc.) It' really good and easy. I don't top with tomatoes, but that's all a matter of whether you like them or not. Prep time estimated.