Thanksgiving Recipes (Most Popular)4010 results - showing 3711 to 3720
I substitute Splenda brands in place of sugar/brown sugarSubmitted by MAMMYFOXX
We got this from the Garvin County Extension office, Paul's Valley, OK "The Nineties Cookbook" and it's been our traditional go-to. I was curious to see the calorie breakdown, and I typically use the Bruce's brand (can't remember if it's yams or sweet potatoes. I also tend to use the kosher/halal brand of marshmallows - they just seem to "work" better, taste better. I tend to smash my peaches all up and blend them in lightly so it's more like a souffle rather than chunks of veggies (and have been known to add raisins or pineapple chunks in it as well.). It could be called "vegetarian" if one leaves off the marshmallows or finds a vegan version?Submitted by PROVERBS31JULIA
This satisfying dish makes a handsome centerpiece for the holiday meal. Submitted by ZENBABIE
Please try to make these at least once! Simply get your ingredients chopped and prepared and then lined-up in a production line. Then roll away!! These are SO good and extremely healthy for you! Easy on the dipping sauce, a litle dab-ill-do-ya!
Add "boiled" shredded chicken for an extra punch of protein.Submitted by SEUBEE
Another impossible to screw up recipe.
If you want it like a creamy pudding, bake it less. If you want a chewy consistency that you can cut into squares, bake it longer. Clean-up is super easy because it's mixed and baked in one bowl.
Also for a creamier texture, substitute 1 can creamed-style corn.Submitted by JOISIEE
Delicious and hearty side dish to add pizzaz to any holiday meal. Submitted by REDMARILYN