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A delicious winter warmer
This dish is amazing. The best part about it is you can change the toppings to suit your taste buds. I hope you all enjoy it as much as I do!
A Mac and Cheese with flavorful depth!
This will warm you up in those chilly winter days
Layers on light fluffy deliciousness!
Nothing like homemade chicken pot pie. Perfect for chilly winter nights.
Perfectly spicy and sure to please!
This sauce is quite simple; the part that is time consuming is prepping everything. Once all of your items are prepped to the instructions listed in the ingredients list follow this simple recipe.
Great for parties, spaghetti night, or game day meatball subs!
My family actually prefers this over regular spaghetti noodles. It is so much more nutritious.
Simple and Satisfying
So easy and quick to make, it is the perfect side dish!
Impressive dish your guest are sure to ask for again and again.
Yummy, fresh out of the oven croutons boost the flavor on soups, salads and casseroles
This rustic dessert will impress your guests as well as indulge their senses.
These will knock your socks off. Way better than take out!
This apple crisp is paired with maple syrup which makes this recipe extra delicious. I also enjoy the crisp to be extra thick and crispy so I doubled the normal amount of toppings; the results are brilliant!
In a small bowl put dried cranberries and cover with water and set aside.
Cook stuffing according to package. For lower fat put in less butter.
Pre-heat oven to 350. cover a shallow pan with a lip (about 8x11ish) with tin foil and pour 1/2 cup or cranberry juice into it.
Cut fat off pork chops. Using a short bladed knife, cut open the pork chop to make a small pocket in the meat. See the attached picture for details.
Measure out about 1.5 cups of stuffing. Drain your cranberries and mix them into the 1.5 cups stuffing. Divide the stuffing in half and stuff the pork chop with the mixture. Lightly salt and pepper the meat on both sides.
Place the meat in the shallow pan with the cranberry juice. Bake in the center of the oven for ten minutes. Flip the meat over carefully (as to not spill the stuffing) and continue to cook 10-15 minutes. Check meat with thermometer. When cooked, let set 5-10 minutes to soak in the remaining juices in the pan.
Fresh ripe tomatoes, creamy mozzarella and crisp basil leaves laced with olive oil and a dash of salt and pepper.
Tender chicken breast stuffed with Swiss cheese and juicy ham. This classic recipe is rolled with Italian bread crumbs and baked to perfection.
Golden battered and fried Sourdough bread, layers of maple glazed turkey and ham, melted aged, premium, Vermont cheddar and a cranberry spread. Sound like heaven?
This Soup will will keep you warm in the winter months
Just like Take out, only Healthier!!
Two roasted pepper halves stuffed with rice, chicken, beans, corn and zesty seasonings. Top it off with melted Monterey Jack Cheese and you have one delicious dish… or two if you’re willing to share!
This is an elegant meal that will wow your guests.
This recipe is light so you can eat it without any guilt. The best part, it tastes AMAZING!!