This is a list of links to all of my recipes here.
I hope you enjoy them!
- Breakfast Monkey Bread For these yummy rolls, I start with my No-Rise Bread dough recipe. Then I follow the additional instructions below to make these breakfast treats. I like to get these ready the night before, so I can pop them in the oven on Easter morning.
- Easy Herbed Spuds These potatoes are a great accompaniment to lots of different main dishes. My husband and kids love them, so they get rave reviews. If you need a cooking-self-esteem boost today, I recommend making these tonight! *PLEASE NOTE: This is one of those non-measured type recipes. I just throw the ingredients together, and pop them in the oven. It's a very forgiving dish!
- EASY Microwave Caramels This recipe is a family favorite, handed down to me from my wonderful Aunt Joyce. These yummy candies have worked EVERY TIME I have made them, even though I am usually a candy-making failure. I hope you and your family enjoy making and eating these as much as mine has over the years.
- Fruity Five Cup Salad This recipe has been handed down to me from my Grandmother. We enjoy this yummy fruit salad at every family gathering!
- German PancakesThis is a favorite meal at my house! I remember my mom making these for my siblings and I as a special treat.
- No-Rise Basic Dough I got this recipe from a sweet lady in my LDS ward back in 1995. It was originally meant for making Soft Pretzels, but I use it for quick and easy fried scones (Indian Fry Bread), or wrap it around hot dogs (Piggies-in-Blankets) and bake for my children's lunch.
- Peanutbutter Chocolate Chip Brownies I got this recipe from my dad, who got it from a lady he worked with. These blond "brownies" are delicious, yet very simple to make.
- Peanutbutter Chocolate Chip Muffins This is my own adaptation from my mother's original brown sugar muffin recipe. I love the flavor combination of chocolate and peanutbutter, and it makes these muffins a real treat!
- Resurrection Rolls This recipe is a fun treat to make together with my children to have a discussion about the Resurrection of Christ. It's a great object lesson, as well as a tasty, if not healthy, recipe that is fun to do! This does not have specific amounts, so there is some guess work, keeping in mind the amount of rolls you want to make. (Scroll down on the linked page to find this recipe listed under "Easter Feasting.")
- Spinach Salad I got this yummy salad recipe from a friend in my former LDS ward in another state. The recipe for the salad dressing is included!
- Yummy Potatoes I grew up in Idaho– Potato Country. And this dish could be found at almost any church or civic function. They’re also known throughout Mormondom as “Funeral Potatoes,” due to their propensity for being served at funerals. I enjoy making this delicious casserole as a side dish, or even as the main course with cubed ham. (Scroll down on the linked page to find this recipe listed under "Easter Feasting.")
- Zucchini Hot Dog Relish My husband and I
love this delicious zucchini hot dog relish my mother used to make when I was a girl. It tastes like nothing else out there, so when my husband saw
zucchini on sale when we went shopping last weekend, he asked me to
PLEASE can him some, since we're all out. I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as our family has over the years.