Try this version of breakfast pizza that includes bacon, sausage, and eggs on a thin crunchy crust of biscuits. It’s a hearty and filling meal that is easily adaptable.
If you love the popular 7-up biscuits, you’re really going to love these treats. They are lighter than most biscuits, yet filled with cranberries and pecans. A mix between biscuits and scones, these soda pop cranberry pecan biscuits go great with tea or coffee.
Hearty, filling Salisbury Steak with mushroom gravy is an America comfort food from the 50s and 60s. Bring back memories of Grandma’s kitchen by making your own with this easy recipe.
Looking for a decadent dessert, but short on time? This Shortcut Turtle Cake will do the trick. It begins with a cake mix to save time, but your thankful guests will never believe you didn’t start from scratch.
Shrimp bisque is a staple in many 4-star seafood restaurants. It’s surprisingly easy to make at home and doesn’t require any fancy exotic ingredients.
Alfredo Parsley Potatoes make a delightful change from the standard mashed potato side dish. If you love alfredo sauce, you are going to adore these cheesy, creamy potatoes. If your kids are macaroni and cheese fans, they will flip for alfredo parsley potatoes. The process is simple and completely made on the stove-top.
Gold Potato Pie may well be my favorite potato side dish and will soon become yours. Thin slices of Yukon Gold potatoes are layered into a pie and baked swimming in a garlic Parmesan sauce. It is a nice change from the usual mashed potatoes, and it may be made in advance if need be. If you want to jazz it up a bit, add some chopped ham or bacon bits.
Nutty Chocolate Dream Bars start with a cake mix and go together in a snap. The center is a fudgy ganache made with chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk. They are topped with an eye-pleasing and tasty vanilla cream drizzle of frosting. Cut these small because they are very rich.