49 Recipes Created by VENENYE
I like a wide variety of foods. Maybe later on when I get alot I'll make more than one cookbook. Sometime soon I'll see about adding some of my own recipies. I have to go through and slim some of them up.
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Boston Market ( casual dining) makes a really good meatloaf but this one is alot healthier and making it in the crockpot makes getting dinner on the table a snap. Make it up the night before and just pop it in the crockpot and set to low and dinner is ready when you get home. Match up with some healthy sides of steamed vegs. Dinner in a snap.Submitted by CFARLEY49
Serve in place of a steak or with lettuce and tomato on toasted whole-grain buns.
Printed with permission from the American Institute for Cancer Research.
Having this simmer for several hours in the slow cooker makes the house feel cozy and smell divine!Submitted by PRAIRIEHARPY
Yummy eggrolls stuffed full of veggies. For lumpia (what I've been told is the Phillipine version of egg rolls) use spring roll papers. We use these as a meal but make a great side or appetizer too!Submitted by MISTY_RN
This delicious meatloaf in the shape of cupcakes with colorful "confetti" vegetable pieces is a great way to sneak more vegetables into your child's diet! Vary your ingredients and spices in this cook once, eat twice recipe and you're sure to create a recipe your family will love Plus, freeze your leftovers and you'll have an easy, microwave-reheatable dish for a busy night!Submitted by TULIPCHICK91
A delicious, lightened up version of the ever-popular Chinese take-out dish. Serve with steamed rice (not calculated into recipe).
Recipe from Good Housekeeping Favorite Recipes "Easy Skillet Meals" Delicious One-Dish Cooking cookbook.
Excellent flavor! The kids and hubbs all liked it. It was much more flavorful (but not overpowering) and fresh tasting than take-out. Everyone gave this a big thumbs up.
Submitted by BEYOND4WALLS
Make your own Popsicle.
This recipe can be custom made to anyone's personal tastes by both adding or omitting the ingredients I put in my dish. The options are as limitless as the cook's imagination. Add/omit any fresh/frozen vegetable desired - ex. snow peas/peas, green beans, spinach, etc. Crab meat or scallops can be substituted or added to the shrimp for variety.Submitted by HAPPYGRL65
this is from cooking show cook yourself thin with a little less olive oil and no parsleySubmitted by ANGIERUNNER