This salad is so simple. Just get your favorite bag of spinach. Top with any or all of the following: shredded mozzarella chopped fruit (apple, strawberry, mandarin oranges) nuts (we use sunflower seeds to keep allergic children safe), avocado, your favorites! Dressing (we use Italian) I made this real quick for lunch after church. I chopped extra slices of apple for those that haven’t quite
Slow because I love my slow cooker. Southern because I am and that’s the finest kind of frugal, comfort food. Sunny, simply because it’s spring time! I’ve been browsing my Southern Living magazines and their site for a fresh, two weeks worth of meal ideas. With a few Hodgepodge favorites thrown in for good measure. First, Cooking Fun. Flourless Peanut Butter Chocolate Cookies (made with
From Nana, the original author of I’m Writing My Own Cookbook. On Saturday, I was lured by the shiny red tape that surrounded the half-priced bananas at the local grocery and decided to embark on a cooking adventure with my two youngest granddaughters. Banana Pudding was on the menu, and I was determined to share the simple joy of this treat! Nana’s ‘Nana Puddin’ *1
The most highly requested, melt-in-your-mouth, makes you want to eat half a dozen, sour cream biscuits. My sister-in-law, Brittney, blesses us with these. Let’s hear it for three ingredients! MMMM Brittney’s Butter Biscuits 2 cups Bisquick 1 stick butter (melted) 1 cup room temp sour cream Mix together. Spray muffin tin with non-stick spray. Bake at 400 degrees. Just until brown or about 13 minutes.
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
If it sounds bland then you’re right. When you are down and out this is just what a body needs. Rough measurements are on purpose. 1 cup rice small amount of cooked chicken, very finely chopped (sometimes I leave this out) enough water to fill half a large stew pot Bring to boil. Reduce heat and simmer for an hour or more. You want the
Mama Ann’s sweet tea microwave recipe is perfect every time! Mama Ann’s Sweet Tea Recipe 2 family sized tea bags 2 cups water in a 2 cup, glass, Pyrex measuring cup approx. one cup sugar lemon to taste 2.5 qt pitcher Remove tags from tea bags so the metal won’t spark in the microwave. The staples that hold the bag together at the top of
As promised, a recipe from that red-and-white-checked I’m Writing My Own Cookbook. This one an all-time favorite. Not only because it is just two ingredients but because it is delicious. We enjoy this regularly for Sunday dinner or a weeknight delight. This is eldest girl’s favorite! Simply put the amount of chicken in the crock pot that will feed your family. I pour frozen tenderloins