These burgers are the hit of my town. All my friends come over every weekend just for these burgers.
Serve these delicious meatloaf muffins with steamed green beans and roasted potato wedges for an at-home version of a blue-plate special.
Tired of the same salads? Take a potato salad and add a juicy sirloin steak and it becomes a main dish. How's that for kicking it up a notch?
These were found in a bonus book from Taste of Home's Simple Delicious and thought they sounded very good. The recipe is credited to Beverly Borges of Rockland, MA. The recipe I adapted gave the yield at 24. There were some adjustments made to the original recipe, i.e., the addition of cheese and onions. I baked these in silicone muffin pans and the yield was 18.
A crust made from crescent roll dough contains favorite breakfast foods like eggs, sausage, and hash browns.
Celebrate the best of fall flavor with this creamy pumpkin pie. This version of the classic Thanksgiving pie is a fluffier, less dense version of the original, so it's perfect for serving at holiday gatherings when you want a crowd-pleaser.
Combine peaches, salsa and a few other ingredients in pita breads, and enjoy a simple and quick recipe that's perfect to take with you on your next picnic.
Nancy Jamison was right when she wrote us that these cookies are addictive. We loved their combination of coconut, cranberries, and orange. In fact, these straightforward, tasty rounds are everything a holiday cookie should be. The mixture will look dry until it comes together as a dough. If it's too crumbly to form into balls, the dough needs to be mixed longer, it should be a smooth, homogeneous mass.
Prepared salsa and chili seasoning mix speed preparation of this easy version of chili. Serve over cornbread or with crackers. Add jalapeno peppers for more heat.
This lightened version of an Italian favorite loses some of the fat but none of the flavor.
Serve a zesty chicken taco salad drizzled with a chipotle chile, cumin, and cilantro dressing. The smokiness of the chipotle brings out the rich flavors of the roasted chicken breasts.
The tangy-sweet flavor combination of this sauce will work equally well with chicken thighs or pork. Serve with hot cooked rice and steamed haricots verts or a tossed green salad.
Too bad phone and computer screens don't have scratch-and-sniff technology! These chocolatey Christmas treats smell like almonds, raspberries and coconut.
I found this at the Home Cooking section of about.com. Seems like a novel idea for the kiddies, even if you don't celebrate Christmas.
Layers of JELL-O Gelatin (and the secret to getting the marshmallows on the bottom) are just two reasons this will be the star of the Christmas buffet.
Very attractive looking appy! and good too. Had some ladies over for a crafty evening, making little Christmas thingies, the spirals went over big, and the ladies took the recipe, from Women's world.
This recipe is from Grandma B. I am especially amused when I take it to a pot luck and people think I bought it because I can top it with the neat cover the ready-made crust comes with! Very easy! Be sure to chill well for a firm cheesecake.
Pesto creates a Christmas tree look while red peppers pose as ornaments in this festive appetizer. It looksâand tastes!âgreat served with crackers.
These are yummy! The original recipe called for red and green Christmas M&Ms, but I see no reason to relegate this delicious treat to just the holidays. :)
This is the best brownie recipe I've ever used and I've used several!
Hereâs one to add to your Christmas traditions: Gather 'round the tree to sip on this festive punch thatâs sweet with a hint of holiday spice.
You know how you make something once and then you are making it for the rest of your life? Well that's how this gets it's name. I HAVE to make it every Christmas or my family revolts! Don't be put off by the seemingly long list of ingredients - it's mostly opening cans! Can be made up to 3 hours ahead however only add dressing at time of serving. (Australian measurements used.)