Ebert family favorites
28 Recipes Created by EMMAJEAN50
This includes some of our favorite recipes. One's that either Jeff or I like or make the most.
Recipes in this Collection
Cookbook creator says: Jeff makes these soo good, with oil or pam on the skillet and a little cornmeal sprinkled on to make them a little crunchier. I cannot duplicate his patties, but I grew up eating these instead of the traditional samon patties.Submitted by RH0NDA
Cookbook creator says: We mix this Christmas eve, and bake it the next day, for a nice Christmas breakfast! perfect for a family with kids.
This is truly a cook once and serve three times... I doubled this recipe and ended up with enough sauce to make lasagna three separate times (this recipe is the doubled version)... I assembled the recipe and divided the remaining sauce into two gallon ziplock bags and froze for a future date.Submitted by SMILINRHONDA
This is a light dessert that is really easy to make. Perfect for the summer!!! You can also substitute any fruit you want to your liking. Even try it with a different pudding flavor!Submitted by DMRN03
This quick and easy fruit pizza makes a delicious, refreshing dessert and a colorful centerpiece. Try it at your next special occasion
This super simple recipe is so much better for you than takeout, and is ready in minutes. Use brown rice to give you lasting energy!
My family loves pasta. It's comfort food on cold Minnesota days and makes a great Sunday family dinner. But eating at Olive Garden can be a challenge when you're trying to watch your weight, so we make this healthy version at home instead. I love how simple it is - you don't have to cook the noodles first, just put them in dry and they cook while it's baking. Leftovers make great lunches and can even be frozen in single-serve container for future use. Submitted by DEFORREST
What to do with those left over mashed potatoes!!! Submitted by PEACHZ3673
Panzanella is an Italian salad that can be found on trendy bistro menus in the hot summer months. This salad was invented when times were tough, as a way to use up stale bread.
Submitted by CHEF_MEG