My wife does not like peanut butter, nuts, some dried fruits, or chocolate chips, so I have had to modify my recipe so she could take these tasty and healthy snack bars to work. With as many substitutions possible as your imagination allows, you can change the recipe to fit your on-hand pantry items.
Basic marshmallow popcorn balls that use a pack of Kool-Aid(R) for color and flavor. Depending on the flavor used, they can be a little tangy. Kids love them!
The only bad thing about these granola bars is how fast they disappear! I have to ration my kids on these things!
A great pork and beans recipe for the backyard or the campfire. Perfect on those early or late summer nights when the temperature dips and you want something warm.
This is an easy recipe that can be used for a tailgate or a party. Use Hot Sausage for a little more zing.
If you, like me, enjoy a good--dare I say, great--corned beef sandwich, try this recipe. Corned beef: it's not just for Saint Patrick's Day.
Break out your Dutch oven for this easy, quick stew featuring the soul food favorite, okra. About a half-pound of bacon and another pound of sausage add plenty of flavor. Would make a great fast camping meal, too.
An easy Dutch oven meal than can be made on the campfire, or in the house on the stove.
It's deliciously easy and fun, especially for the kids. The added ingredients are chocolate bars, frosting and sprinkles. Wow! The layers look great when cutting out the squares for your guests.
A light and fluffy summer dessert salad that is so good you will want to eat it first!
Chocolate chip cookies with a unique maple flavor. Great choice for picnics, a quick dessert, or snacks to make with the kids.
Chocolate butterscotch no-bake bars, great for making with the kids!
Open-air Mexican dining at its best--break out the Dutch oven for these simple chicken tacos you can make over open flame or on the stove top.
Cloves cooked on the grill. Add 'em as a condiment on hot dogs and burgers, or just eat them whole. Make sure you have a breath mint handy, though.
This unusual concoction is a hit while entertaining friends during games or even parties.
Why make cookies without flour? I dunno, but it seemed like a good idea! (Besides, some folks aren't compatible with gluten!). I got the idea from someone else, but this is my own way of doing it to peanut butter cookies. People who have tried them are unbelieving that there is no flour and you will be, too, when you try them! Oh, and the "36 servings?" Actually, that's 36-40 cookies