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Serve with whole wheat pasta or veggies.
When I think of delicious, creamy soups, carrot soup is not one that immediately comes to mind…until I made this.
The best thing about this recipe is that once you know how to make the dough and sauce, you can add leftovers for the toppings and make it even cheaper than I’ve made it.
Serve with crackers and soup.
Since I was making this recipe up as I was going along, I wasn't quite sure what the end result would be.
Okay, how many of you out there have ever heard of ambrosia? I looked through a handful of my cookbooks to try and determine whether it was a salad or a dessert. In one of my cookbooks, the recipe was in the salad section and in another, it was under fruit desserts. Good grief, which is it?!?!?!
The catfish has a crunchy coating with a flaky inside and the collard greens are delicious! Believe me, if you’ve never tasted collard greens, this is the recipe to try.
The next time you are serving brunch or breakfast for a crowd, think about putting this casserole on the "menu!"
Four ingredients...four teams. A perfect dish to take to a big game watch party!
You will need a Wilton Step-by-Step Bunny Pan for this recipe.
This list of ingredients may look long and complicated but it really isn’t. And I believe once you try this, you’ll be making it more than once! The shrimp does need at least 30 minutes to marinate.
As I was munching away on this one day for lunch I couldn’t help but think of all the possibilities for variations on it.
Chopped strawberries in the batter and a sliced strawberry blossom topping make these simple cupcakes tasty and beautiful.