This recipe has made my shopping budget so much better! I can whip up two loaves of bread in no time rather than paying $6 in the store. Using a dough hook, whether on a kitchen aid mixer or a hand-held, has made all the difference for me. My husband says, "MMM! Wow!" any time he takes the first bite of bread, whether as a sandwich or fresh out of the oven. We love it! :)
I made these before my husband had to go to work. He ended up late for work! :) These pancakes, in my opinion, are much better than even IHOP pancakes! Make sure you watch them carefully so they don't brown too fast. The cook quickly! I added fresh blueberries before I flipped them on the grill. Yum!
I love these! My family also calls them Hobo Pies. Our favorites are pizza pies & cherry pies. For pizza pies, butter the bread as usual, then use ready-to-use pizza sauce, mozarella cheese, and pepperoni. Another idea is to use peanut butter, a marshmallow, and a chocolate bar for a Rocky Road treat. Be careful with the irons and the pies because they are VERY HOT.
My husband recently discovered that he loves black beans! So, I'm very excited to try this out! It looks delicious. I may serve it with a cheesy guacamole dip. Yum!
We've had haystacks since I can't even remember! It was always a great afternoon snack after playing hard outside! Great recipe!
These are so quick and tasty! They are perfect as a side for chili or any family classic! We even eat them for snacks with butter or jam.
These cookies taste great! My cookies were not flat, but they were very crumbly. I baked them for the specified time, but added two minutes since they were very wet in the middle after the initial 12 minutes of bake time. My husband loves how they taste, but they are pretty messy. Not sure I'll use this again.
These are great! I use 1/3 cup less flour, 1/2 tsp less salt for the dough. I usually throw in whatever is on hand: potatoes, carrots, onion, garlic cloves, and hamburger. I liked the suggestion that used gravy mix. My mom grew up in Upper Michigan and brought this recipe with her to our Norwegian family. My husband really loves these! I like to dip mine in ketchup.
Delicious! I use this recipe for making pasties. I roll the dough out between two pieces of wax paper and add a dusting of flour to keep it from sticking!
I thought this was really good. Next time I will add some carrot shreds and maybe some other vegetables with less egg. I prefer my egg drop soup to have more broth. Other than that, the recipe was delicious!
So deliciously easy. I used a 4.5 lb roast. I followed the recipe as stated, but I first cut the roast into four pieces and then seared it on the stove in a drop of olive oil before adding it to the slow cooker and soup mixture. I substituted low sodium beef broth for the water. I cooked it on low for five hours, then added carrots, cubed potatoes, onion, and mushrooms. I then cooked it for an additional 2.5 hours. The vegetables were soft, but not mushy. Perfect! My husband and I loved it. He said he wished there was celery as well. I forgot it. I did have trouble with the gravy being thin, but mixing a bit of cornstarch with cold water and adding to the hot gravy helped to thicken it up. Wish I had added some garlic cloves too. It was simply delicious, and the seasonings are mild enough that the additional leftovers can be used for BBQ sandwiches, etc.
These were great. I read a review that said not to bake it in an 8x8, but I halved the recipe and it turned out great! Would have been even better with some pecans! Yum!