From the ND Recipe Girls cookbook. I loved throwing these in the oven to bake rather than pan frying them. We ate them with white rice. Yummy! (I used 1 lb. ground beef and decreased the amount of saltines).
I like to buy store-bought sugar cookies and make individual mini fruit pizzas. This allows us to make as many as we need at a time so they don’t get soggy. This is the recipe I like to use for the cream cheese layer.
I grew up eating Pigs in the Blanket, made by my mom. I’ve often made the ‘lazy’ hot dish version, but have never tried actually making the rolls myself. I started with my mom’s recipe, then used a few recipes I found online to come up with my own unique version. We thought they turned out great!
Every once in awhile we get baby bok choy through Bountiful Baskets. I discovered this salad recipe and it was a hit with my family. I imagined it’d be much like the Chinese coleslaw that I love so much, but it was completely different. Very unexpected, but very good!
I adapted this recipe from one found on thepinningmama.com It seemed to be a hit with my family and it was a hit with me because it was MUCH quicker than making traditional lasagna.
Found this on the For the Love of Cooking blog. It’s originally a Cooking Light recipe. It was delicious served with brown rice. My hubby loved it and my 4-year-old even gobbled his up. Definitely a keeper!
This is an old favorite from Taste of Home’s Light & Tasty magazine, Oct/Nov 2007. I love to make it for Thanksgiving. I lean more towards full-sugar jello these days, but it also tastes great with the sugar-free versions. I rarely serve it with the topping.
From the November ‘13 issue of Every Day with Rachael Ray. Delicious served with jasmine rice!
Found this on frugalbites.com. I love Greek salads and I had a box of Israeli couscous in my pantry so this caught my eye right away. It’s absolutely delicious!
I found this on nancycreative.com via Pinterest. She found it on allrecipes.com. This recipe is amazing. I first made it last fall for a tailgating get together and I got so many compliments on it. One guy actually told me he doesn’t like green beans, but he couldn’t stop eating these. I converted a green bean hater. *pats back*