One of the cooks I work with turned me on to this recipe. It is easy to put together. It has fresh fruit and bite size candy bar pieces. A summer time treat. Buy more candy bars than you need. Your kids will help you with the leftovers.
A great twist on a standard tartar sauce that can be used not only for fish, but on many other meats as well.
This is a great quick dessert for an extreme sweet tooth. Nothing LITE about this recipe but it is a hit with kids, and for cooks needing a dessert in a hurry.
A colorful alternative that tastes as good as it looks. Even better the next day.
This sugar-free variation is sweet and tangy and great as a dip, on chicken or pork, or as a salad topping or side dish.
Mandarin oranges, gelatin, and vanilla pudding combined to make a light fluffy dessert.
A Vegetable Salad
A dark chocolate dip. I always use a bar that has a minimum of 50% cocoa solids as this has a good strong bitterness. I have tried making it with white and milk chocolate but it didn't work, it didn't set.
The absolute easiest best creamy coleslaw ever!
Truly a cornucopia of ingredients Buttermilk, sour cream, mayonnaise, dry mustard, paprika, sugar. You will make this over and over; your adult family members will thank you.
Sweet mustard sauce for baked ham or chicken. My family can't get enough of every time I make it.
This makes OOdles and OOdles of coleslaw.
Garlic, dill, and Ranch dressing mix add a bang to pretzels.
This is a fresh salsa mix that is easy and takes only minutes! Great with chips, or on tacos, in burritos, etc.
This is a quick and simple light dressing, great for salads and marinades.
For those hot days when you need to be refreshed, have a refreshing fruit salad to cool you off. This fruity mix is a sure delight. Kids love it and so do the adults. Have it with some fish and wine. The fresher the ingredients, the better. Enjoy my family’s creation.
A healthier coleslaw with a kick from hot pepper sauce. You may never go back to the blander mayo variety.
Fresh, healthy chicken salad. Eat it plain, put it in a sandwich, or even on a bed of lettuce if you're feeling fancy.
A classic picnic appetizer. Pack these babies in the cooler and lunch is at the ready.
An easy summer salad to serve with ribs, burgers, and other heavy grilled meats.