Recipes

Here are links to the recipes contained within my blog:

Amish Raisin Puff Cookies

Cheeseburger Macaroni Casserole

Macaroni and Cheese

Printable Copy of the Best Macaroni and Cheese

Revisiting the Best Macaroni and Cheese

Roast with Gravy

Pork Tenderloin

Italian Grandma Spaghetti Meat Sauce

Creamy and Cheesy Kielbasa and Pasta One Pot Meal

Saucy BBQ Beef Sandwiches

Savory Chicken Divan

Creamy and Delicious Jello Salad

Sausage and Swiss Egg Casserole

Cincinnati Style Chili Spaghetti

Spicy Barbeque Sauced Shrimp

Better Than Grandma's Homemade Meatloaf

Simple French Bread Pizzas

Italian Baked Meatballs

Delicious and Good for You Chorizo & Vegetable Cream Soup

Easy, Low Calorie Apple Cake

The BEST Lasagna

Sweet, Spicy Shrimp and Salsa over Rice

Bacon, Chicken, & Cheese Casserole

Sweet and Salty Cracker Crack

Easter Brunch Recipes




4 comments:

  1. Those Amish Raisin Puff Cookies at Easter were amazing! Delish straight out of the oven and event better the next day :) And they have raisins in them, so they're healthy-ish right?

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  2. Well Jillian, what makes those cookies somewhat healthy, besides the raisins, is that they are not loaded with sugar. Glad you liked them!

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  3. Does anyone have a recipe for the stuffing from the Amish please ?

    fabricluv@gmail.com

    Thank You

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    1. I googled Amish Stuffing and this recipe came up. I haven't tried it and it sounds like it makes a lot, but everything at Der Dutchman Restaurant is usually delicious. Good luck!

      AMISH DRESSING (STUFFING)
      From: Der Dutchman Restaurant

      "This is THE BEST dressing in the world! From the Der Dutchman Restaurant in Walnut Creek, Ohio."

      1 loaf of bread, diced and toasted
      2 cups boned, diced, cooked chicken
      1 cup diced celery
      1/2 cup diced carrots
      2 cups chicken broth
      2 tbsp. butter
      1 tbsp. chicken base
      1 tsp. salt
      1/2 tsp. seasoned salt
      1/2 tsp. ground black pepper
      6 eggs, beaten
      5 to 6 cups milk (or as needed for consistency)

      Mix all ingredients well, adding milk last, as needed.

      Fry in small batches in skillet.

      My notes:
      - This makes a lot of dressing. When you fry this, make sure you stir it often. This is a really moist dressing. The next time I make this, I'm going to try baking it instead of frying.

      Adapted from source: imkatiesmom / Recipecircus

      Click here to view: http://www.recipelink.com/msgbrd/board_14/2011/NOV/36807.html

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