Posts Tagged ‘cheddar cheese’
One of the best things about a slow cooker is that you turn it on, and it does the work for you. And, this is so true with this recipe!
This is a homerun as a side dish for any holiday meal. It takes a bit of planning ahead—you should ideally cook the potatoes the day before you want to serve them—but that just means you have less to do the day of your big event.
The potatoes are rich and creamy and …well, writing about them is making me hungry! They are plain-down comforting on a cold winter day.
Into the slow cooker they go, and that’s the last you’ll think about them until you serve them alongside your turkey or ham this holiday season.
Okay, guys, I haven’t tried using a waffle iron as a Panini maker yet, but I have been wishing for a Panini press for a long time.
The problem is—I really don’t want to clog up my kitchen workspace with another appliance. My cupboards and drawers are full enough. And, really, how often would I use it? Clearly, I’ve been having trouble justifying this.
But this might work!
What are your Labor Day plans? Off to the beach? Mowing the grass? Taking a nap?
If you’re planning a picnic or an outdoor get-together, try Heaping Hot Dog Sandwiches. This is our go-to hot dog recipe when the grill is already full with burgers and veggie kabobs.
Because this recipe is kid-friendly, it’s a great way to keep the kiddos occupied while you man the grill. They may just feel so successful that they’ll volunteer for other household duties as well. (Then you really can get that nap!)
While these cheesy sandwiches are cooking in the slow cooker, throw Bourbon Chicken on the grill and whip up Crunchy Pea Salad for a picnic-y side.
Recently a customer came into The Good Cooking Store and purchased the Fix-It and Forget-It Kids Cookbook. Not for her children, but for herself
These recipes are great for all ages. The instructions are thorough and easy to follow. And the ingredients are simple and tasty.
Here is an old favorite—with a slow-cooker twist.
The Hot Beef Dip was a big hit here at the office. We loved the warm and spicy flavor mixed with the crunch of a cracker. This dip would be great as an appetizer or with a hearty soup such as Italian Chicken Chili.
Football is a big deal at our house. When we’re looking for something quick and easy to serve the crowd, we turn to this Hot Broccoli Dip. Pair it with cut-up veggies and your family will get a double dose of vegetables!
Hot Broccoli Dip
Makes 24 servings
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cooking Time: 1 hour
Ideal slow cooker size: 2-qt.
2 cups fresh or frozen broccoli, chopped
4 Tbsp. chopped red bell pepper
2 8-oz. containers ranch dip
½ cup grated Parmesan cheese
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
1. Mix together all ingredients in your slow cooker.
2. Cook on Low for 1 hour.
3. Serve with pita chips, veggie chips, or raw, cut-up vegetables.