Simple holiday recipes and year ’round favorites… 7 Chicken Comfort Recipes Chicken is a comfort food at our house. Simple meals and casseroles fill tummies and stretch pennies. Chicken soup helps heal stuffy noses. I shared seven easy and frugal comfort recipes at $5 Dinners. I also have some allergy-friendly favorites for you. Now if you are blessed with those can eat just regular ol’
S’mores are summer. Summer is s’mores. Add in Oreos and it’s even more. Even more of a special treat. And you can treat even more. Translation: S’moreos last longer than traditional s’mores in our larger family. Don’t miss the delicious fun at $5 Dinners. Click over to S’moreos. In celebration of cookies, here are a few more favorites: Oreo Truffles at Habits for a Happy
I’ve talked about them a lot. Even given them as gifts. But it’s been a while since I shared the steps to goodness. Now, I will tell you up front that this, our favorite cookie recipe, is not published online anymore for free. But…Bread Beckers Ranger cookies are similar. Plus, they are a time investment. So, when I make them, I double them. I freeze
No bake. Three ingredients. Guaranteed hit. Plus, it is so much fun for children to make! All I have to do is get the ingredients out and instantly there appear volunteers from the audience. Dressed the part even! Chef hat and all. The children are cooking up some frugal fun over at $5 Dinners today with Cookies and Cream!
In the pre-allergy days, I used to make peanut butter cookies and top them with Hershey kisses. Peanut butter cookies were Hodgepodgedad’s favorite. But now we make Sunbutter® cookies and crown them with kisses. I can not tell the difference between the two in taste. And that’s not just because I love Sunbutter®. You can tell from the photo that the cookies crumbled a bit
I used to do this by opening a tube of store-bought cookie dough and squishing it flat in the shape of a circle. Baking it for 20 minutes then decorating. You can still do it that way. Now, because it tastes so much better and because of the allergies of our youngest two, I do it the homemade way. A few more steps but worth
The cookies our eldest baked many times for her Egg Substitute science project. The cookies we whip up quite often for a treat. The cookies with ingredients that are easy to keep on hand in the Cook Box. The main ingredient is a cake mix. You know these are a favorite because I’ve been using this Southern Living recipe since 1995. Attributed to Marie Davis
Entitled Holiday Cookies in my family cookbook. This is the recipe we use for our cut out Christmas cookies. Plus, today we used this recipe to make shamrocks for St. Patrick’s Day. A good reason to pull this recipe from the archives. And, this recipe is a good reason to celebrate anytime using any of your cookie cutters. Valentine’s Day, Thanksgiving, Halloween, fall leaves, spring