Had to cook Sweet Potatoes quickly and stumbled on this crowd pleaser
Melanie's chicken skewer dish from the April Brevard Buddies get together.
refreshing, easy to make.
Tucked into tortillas, with corn and black beans, or atop a bed of lettuce, this is a delicious staple at our house. Easy crowd pleaser!
Easy nutritious appetizer for a crowd
Great low fat meal feeds a crowd
low calorie delcious crowd pleaser
A Light Pasta Salad for a crowd
Delicious for breakfast or brunch, a crowd pleaser for all!
Sweet, warm, and creamy, this soup is a crowd-pleaser.
This no-hassle dish is a sure crowd pleaser! Packed with kid-friendly ingredients, it's a quick and nutritious meal that's adaptable, too.
This peanut butter freezer pie is the perfect ending to any meal (trust us). Whip one up for a crowd and watch it disappear!
Daily morning exercise is a great way to get going in the morning, and leaves the rest of the day for
A crowd favorite!!! Recipe... don't leave home without it!!
This French toast is perfect for a crowd--no more standing over a hot stove while one person at a time eats breakfast.
A crowd pleaser for brunch! Choose whatever fruit is seasonal!
Half of the beans are finely chopped to give the filling a thick, creamy consistency. This dish can be made up to 8 hours in advance and chilled; just bring it back to room temperature before baking.
This is super easy and a crowd pleaser! The next day (if there's ANY left, it warms up nicely in the microwave and tastes delicious!
My family and I love the appetizer dip with the artichoke hearts and spinach with tortilla chips!! I went on a quest for a recipe that tasted like eating out. I love this one, please try it!!
Chicken Stir-FryThe majority of cook time is cooking the rice --- if you are not serving with rice, the cook time is only about 10 minutes.
This is my favorite way to cook brown rice. Since you can vary the cooking liquid, you can use it with just about anything.
The amount of time this is cooked either creates a Greek style flat bread, or with more cooking more of a crisp (cracker-like) flat bread.
Great way to cook for a family or cook ahead for fast meals that just need reheating.
this is from cooking show cook yourself thin with a little less olive oil and no parsley