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from the countrycook.net via MamaDriggs @ plantoeat.com
Just threw this together
Adapted from a recipe from SkinnyMs.
From Southern Living.com with some changes of my own.
From 5 Dollar Dinners.com. A couple changes of my own. Can be doubled to make two loaves or two 12-muffin tins or one of each. Eat one, freeze one.
Originally from plantoeat.com user PatsAnge. With adaptations of my own.
Original recipe taken from Pinterest
Any veggie can be used here
From SP User Angelmom37
From Pinterest for gift in a jar
Took some leftovers and made this yummy mason jar salad
Originally from Pinterest. I changed some ingredients to our preferences.
From the internet with my own tweaks
Combined recipes for this. Measurements of diced veggies are approximate.
Inspired by a recipe by Sparkuser CAPENKEYS2.
This recipe came from Leanne Ely, Savingdinner.com. But instead of using crushed cornflakes as the original recipe suggested, I used plain breading and crushed tortilla chips. The finished product was very nice textured and tasted very good!
Came up with this to use up leftovers. Measurements are approximate. I used tomatoes and eggplant from my garden that I had frozen. For the vegetarian option, skip the bacon.
I combined a couple different recipes into this creation.
Use your leftover cornbread for this recipe. You can use other breading as well. But the cornbread gives it a sweetness to the tang of the sour cream.
These measurements can be changed.
This recipe has been passed down from my grandma. My mom made some modern adjustments to the original. I made some of my own as well. The varieties of beans can be eliminated or changed per your tastes and the quantity you want to make. All cans of beans should be drained except the baked beans. Beans can be rinsed as well to reduce sodium.
For the Wel-bilt bread machine for 1.5 lb loaf. After making this, I've decided to add a bit more salt (perhaps 3/4 tsp) and a bit more sugar (perhaps 1/4 cup).
For Wel-bilt bread machine
This is not the healthiest, but I used pork and turkey hot dogs so it made it a little better. Sometimes you still just need some comfort food. This can be served with lentils or brown rice or noodles, etc. That is not reflected in the nutritional info however. All measurements are approximate.
Used this on waffles, but would also be good on pancakes, toast, cake, etc. Measurements are approximate.
Very easy. Spices can be changed up.
This is for a 1 1/2 lb. loaf using a Welbilt bread machine. Cut butter into small pieces. Put a well in the flour and add the yeast into that.
This is from Good Housekeeping with some changes of my own. Makes a quick supper or lunch. Delicious in hot weather when you don't feel like heating up the kitchen. You can add other ingredients to this as well, such as green beans, cherry tomatoes, fresh herbs, or stuff tomatoes with it. (Not reflected in nutritional info)
I was trying to use a leftover half of a spaghetti squash and came up with this idea. You can use a whole spaghetti squash. Just pierce with a fork several times, and microwave for approx. 10 minutes. Cool, then cut in half and seed, and then shred the flesh with a fork. It will look like spaghetti. Additionally, I have acid reflux so I used dried tomatoes for flavor, but you can use canned or chopped tomatoes as well.
This is the ONLY way my husband and I will eat cauliflower! But this way is delicious and creamy. You can add whatever spices you wish in addition to, or instead of.
This recipe is from www.veggieventure.com. I froze extra, then thawed and broiled with cheese.
Mild chili recipe. Can be made in slow cooker or on stovetop.
This is supposed to taste like the Maid-Rite, loosemeat sandwiches, which I've never had. But I also think this tastes very similar to White Castle hamburgers.
I actually added more worcestershire sauce than the recipe said. Very good.
You can use leaner meat, for less calories and fat.
Got this from allrecipes.com, but added a few twists of my own. Measurements are approximate. You could use low-fat french dressing to help with calories and fat, but I only had regular on hand.
From Allrecipes.com with a few twists of my own.
Can be served warm or cold. Other ingredients can be substituted too.
This recipe is delicious and easy!
This is not very diet-friendly, but oh so good for an occasional treat! My husband's absolute favorite meal!
My sister-in-law created this dish. It is sooo good!
This was introduced to our family by my brother's German class back in high school and has been a family favorite ever since!
I just eyeballed these ingredients and then guessed at amounts on the recipe.
Good for leftover cooked ham
Don't remember where I found this recipe, but we love it!
Got this from a friend. Never had tuna salad this way, but it's delicious!
Just experimenting and came up with this.
My husband loved this when I made it up one night
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- Poppyseed Salad Dressing - Modified
- Sesame Shrimp
- Eggplant Provencale
- Yummy Pork Chops
- Coach Nicole's Tasty Peanut Sauce
- Rice Krispie Treats with SmartBalance
- Italian BBQ Steak
- Peanut sauce
- Grilled Pork Chops with Mango Salsa
- No Effort Italian chicken
- Green Beans Almondine - Easiest Ever
- Egg and Potato Breakfast Skillet
- Grilled Steak
- Unchained Recipe Contest - Grilled bean and cheese sandwich with sweet poato chips
- Un-Chained Recipe Contest Pasta e Fagioli
- Un-Chained Recipe Contest Martha Vineyard Salad
- Lasagna Mamma Style
- Sweet and Sour Pork
- gluten free coffee cake
- Oven Pork Chops
- Oriental Broccoli Slaw with Turkey
- 20-Minute Chicken Parmesan
- Baked Dijon Chcken
- Spaghetti Squash and Turkey Sausage
- Orange Shrimp
- Crispy Baked Pesto Chicken
- Sloppy Joe Crescent Rolls
- Mandarin Chicken Breasts