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Recipes I've Shared:

Italian Chicken and Potatoes

Looking for an easy crock pot recipe using ingredients I already had, I stumbled upon this little gem. My husband said it was a little bland (for the lack of salt) but otherwise the four meat-eaters in our family enjoyed this recipe. Will substitute vege protein for the vegetarian in our family next time.

Next-to-Homemade Cheesy Mac Burger

Not for the carb or calorie counters, this quick and easy version feeds more than the "box" and is cheaper! This is for when you're in "one of those moods" and need a quick comfort food.

Tamika's Warm Chicken Salad

Went over big with the kiddos!

Girl Scouts Monkey Bread

The basic recipe, you can modify to your liking. This is a big hit!

Quick Beef Vegetable Soup

For those nights you need something quick, easy, and comforting.

Potato beef cassarole

If you have a couple of staples in the cupboard, you can put together a quick dinner!

Bear Valley Tortillas

The rice combination is so good, you can eat it just as a side dish! We made this on the campfire in foil packets :)

Scout Breakfast Sandwich

Peanut butter on french toast.

Breakfast Casserole Skillet

Quick, easy, BACON! Need a large skillet or wok for this item.

Goya Adobo Hamburgers

This recipe is for small burgers. Double recipe for 1/3-pound burgers for adults.

Quick Meatloaf

Crackers and ground beef. For when you don't have breadcrumbs!

Beef Stew Over Noodles

Quick meal, made with egg noodles and a couple of cans of beef stew. Add a can of mixed veges and you've got your meal.

Baked Jalapeno Poppers

Blend of Neufatchel and cream cheeses.

Baked Eggplant and Rice Casserole

Eggplant, onions, rice, and Italian seasonings combine to make this yummy side dish. Great way to use that leftover rice :)

Tamika's Pico de Gallo

My kids gobbled this up. We made this with scraps and four huge tomatoes we found at the local produce stand. Ugly as sin, but the best tasting tomatoes, jalapenos, bell peppers, and onions, because they were local!