Beef and Cheese Pizza Skillet

Tweet Mom found this recipe on a can of corned beef years ago. The corned beef and jack cheese give the casserole a distinctive taste, and because the ingredients are simple, it comes together quickly in a single pot. A nice alternative to the traditional pasta and meatballs, this meal shows up on our table […]

Bacon Cheddar Muffins

Tweet Cheese. Bacon. What’s not to like with these muffins? Serve them with any meal—breakfast, lunch, or dinner. They’re great at breakfast with your favorite omelet or alongside a warm comfort food soup or casserole. Ingredients 2 cups Bisquick 2/3 cup milk 1/4 cup vegetable oil 1 egg, beaten 1 cup finely shredded sharp cheddar […]

Simple Chicken Salad

Tweet This simple chicken salad uses ingredients we typically have on hand and makes a nice alternative to your typical lunchmeat sandwiches. Also a great hit at a party with crackers or celery sticks. Ingredients 2 12-oz can chicken breast 1 cup finely chopped celery 1 cup finely chopped onion 2 tsp honey mustard 1/2 […]

Taco Soup

Tweet We loved this soup so much that the first time we made it, we ate it three days in a row. It’s one of those meals that sits in the crockpot on the kitchen counter taunting you all day long.   A definite treat for a cool fall or winter day, the soup can […]

Jiffy Chicken Casserole

Tweet This recipe originally came from a box of A&P instant rice, which has been taped inside the kitchen cabinet for over 30 years now. While we’ve varied the recipe a bit over the years, it’s remained a family favorite and is a great option whenever cold and flu season comes around. Ingredients 2 tbsp […]

Corn Fritters (Pancakes)

Tweet In our family, corn fritters are breakfast nirvana. My grandmother started the tradition of adding corn to pancakes. We’re not sure where she got the idea. As much as Daddy loved corn, he readily agreed to this pancake makeover when Mom prepared them for him the first time.   For some, the word fritter […]

Lasagna Soup

Tweet Decided I was in the mood for a bowl of soup, but wanted to try something different. I knew my search was over when I found Paula Deen’s Tastes Like Lasagna Soup. Everyone in the family loves lasagna, and Paula’s recipe sounded like a fun, new variarion. My version uses a few alternative ingredients, […]

Easy Cheesy Chicken Divan

Tweet Looking for an easy, go-to comfort food? This casserole will do the trick. Easily prepared from ingredients I usually have in the pantry, this satisfying dish always sees family going back for seconds. Ingredients 2 pkg. (6 oz.) STOVE TOP Stuffing Mix for Chicken 2 16 oz. cans chicken breast, drained 1 large onion, […]

Corn Casserole

Tweet When I saw Paula Deen make this side dish, I knew it would become a family favorite. Every time I make it, someone remarks, “Your father would have loved this.” He would indeed have gobbled this casserole up and asked for more.  Similar to a corn souffle but much less fussy, versions of this […]