Lasagna roll-ups are so easy to make, and they look downright classy on the plate. This recipe makes 10 individual portions, so it’s the perfect entree for a large family or small guest party. Start off with a tossed salad, and accompany the roll-ups with steamed asparagus and garlic bread […]
The Denver omelet (also known as a Western omelet) is a classic breakfast full of flavor. Here I’ve turned it into a frittata pie with a crust made of artisan bread. It has all of the traditional Denver omelet ingredients, plus Swiss and Parmesan cheeses. It’s a great breakfast to […]
Scalloped potatoes have always been a favorite of mine, and as is with most foods, they are much better when made from scratch. The box just doesn’t cut it. I’ll bet you don’t know the secret ingredient to giving your scalloped potatoes that pop of flavor. It’s none other than […]
Alfredo chicken is a perennial favorite main dish. This version turns it into an easy casserole using canned biscuits from the dairy case. They bake up golden brown on the bottom, yet become sort of a dumpling on top. It’s a fun combination of alfredo chicken and chicken & dumplings. […]
Turkey skillet casserole is a meal-in-a-dish that’s perfect for those busy nights when you don’t want to be tied to the kitchen. It’s fast, easy, and you can have it on the table in less than 20 minutes.
I could never understand those who turned up their noses at casseroles. I love them! It’s the easiest way to get your protein, vegetables, and starches all in one dish with little fuss. This chicken mushroom rice casserole uses an easy homemade sauce, so no cream-or-anything soups that are loaded […]
Bacon Ranch Potato Casserole will make your taste buds sing. The tang of ranch dressing and sour cream is the perfect solution to perk up those bland potatoes. Additionally, how can you go wrong with bacon and Cheddar cheese? Nothing short of awesome!
Fruit Croissant Bread Pudding is a variation of an old-fashioned dessert that still rings true. As you may have surmised, this version uses rich croissants instead of bread. Fresh or frozen mixed fruit works beautifully, so you can make this year-round and not depend upon the season. Put it together the night before, if you wish, and bake the next day.