Watt's Cooking in PA
Baked Greek Chicken
Zucchini Pizza Casserole
Multi-Bean Brown Rice Soup
Spinach Potato Bottom Pie
Blueberries and Cream
Chicken Wing Dip
Spicy Taco Soup/Southwestern Chilli
Pepper Pot Soup
Mock Zucchini Crab Cakes
Mrs. K's Chicken or Chops
Moist Black Chocolate Cake
Lemon and Rosemary Chicken and Potatoes
Broccoli, Cheese, & Rice Casserole
Pineapple Bake (Dressing)
Old Fashioned Beef Stew
Strawberry Pretzel Salad
Fried Rice (optional Pork or Chicken)
AJ's Stuffed Pepper Soup
AJ's Tomato Pie
Peanut Butter Pie
Banana Cake with Cooked Icing
Basil Stuffed Chicken Breasts
Ginger Honey Chicken
Whipped Sweet Potato Bake
Amazing Coconut Pie
Cherry Nut Wine Cake
Crazy Chocolate Cake
Corn Beef Casserole
Cream Cheese Icebox Dessert
Cream Cheese Banana Bread
Peanutbutter Magic Pie
Baked Potato Casserole
Hot Fudge Pudding Cake
Jacque’s Devine Spinach Appetizer
Chicken Fajita Bites
Gloria's German Dish
Sweet Potato Crunch
Quick and Easy Peanut Butter Cookies
Sherry's Cherry Squares
So Easy Creamy Vegetable Soup
Chicken and Broccoli Braid
Chocolate Krispier Balls
Alabama Dirt Cake
Spicy Chicken and Summer Garden Soup
Aunt Rose’s Pineapple Bake
Savory Chicken Chowder
Hamburger Potato Casserole
Steak with Gravy
Roland Steak Rolls
Tomato Sauce (for Rolad Steak Rolls)
Cranberry Pear Relish
Vegetarian Potatoes Baked with Tomatoes & Cheese
Southern Corn Pudding
Melt in Your Mouth Chicken Breasts
Chicken TostadasThe Food Trust provides healthy cooking for residents at the Reading Housing Authority: People Eating and Cooking Healthy (P.E.A.C.H.) is a free six week cooking and nutrition education program conducted by a nutrition educator from The Food Trust. It is funded in part through the federal SNAP-Ed program (the educational arm of food stamp funding). It aims to empower SNAP-eligible adults to make healthy food decisions from grocery store to plate. The nutrition educator engages the audience with interactive nutrition activities, and facilitates cooking and eating together. Special features include a simulated grocery store tour, weekly take-home handouts, recipes and cooking equipment incentives that reinforce the weekly food and nutrition messages.
Refried BeansThe Food Trust provides healthy cooking for residents at the Reading Housing Authority: People Eating and Cooking Healthy (P.E.A.C.H.) is a free six week cooking and nutrition education program conducted by a nutrition educator from The Food Trust. It is funded in part through the federal SNAP-Ed program (the educational arm of food stamp funding). It aims to empower SNAP-eligible adults to make healthy food decisions from grocery store to plate. The nutrition educator engages the audience with interactive nutrition activities, and facilitates cooking and eating together. Special features include a simulated grocery store tour, weekly take-home handouts, recipes and cooking equipment incentives that reinforce the weekly food and nutrition messages.
Moist Black Chocolate CakeEach Holiday at Bangor Elderly, we bake cake in seasonal mugs or little dishes. They are fun to make and everyone enjoys them. At Easter we make Easter baskets. But the favorite of everyone is cake batter baked in mugs. Place your mugs on a cookie sheet, spray with cooking spray and fill about half way. Bake according to recipe directions. When cool, swirl icing on cake and decorate according to holiday. At Christmas we use a snowman mug with chocolate cake-swirled white icing- then sprinkle with shredded chocolate. Insert a plastic spoon - it then looks like a mug of hot chocolate! You can use the recipe here or your favorite cake recipe/mix.
AJ's Stuffed Pepper SoupPark Ave Tower held a cooking contest to determine the winning recipes for the Watt's Cooking in PA cookbook. They recruited three local judges to narrow down the tough choices. This was one of the winning recipes.
Basil Stuffed Chicken BreastsSubmitted by Chef George Laros of Meals on Wheels of Northampton County
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