2020 VSHSL Recipe Share Extravaganza Book
Fish & Chips (Ali Peters)
Cheesy Bread Bowl (Anne Masters)
Pfeffernüsse (Anna Hughes)
Cranberry Pistachio Shortbread Cookies (Carley Thompson)
Puppy Chow AKA Muddy Buddies (Megan Stanley)
Chewy Pecan Diamonds (Virginia Weihs)
Apple Pandowdy (Frank Video)
Breakfast Eggs (Ally Jurkovich)
Flan- Crème Caramel (Scarlett Aldebot-Green)
Cream Cheese Tarts (Anne Masters)
Pumpkin Bread (Anne Masters)
Vietnamese Spring Rolls (Nikki Nguyen)
Crock Pot Kalua Pork (Rhonda Chong)
Stew-pendous Recipe aka Slow Cooker Chickpea, Butternut Squash and Red Lentil Stew (Angie Hinh)
Last-Minute Galette (Traci Adair)
Vegan Lasagna (Megan Stanley)
Cheesy Bread Bowl (Anne Masters)A favorite recipe, requested by Ally Jurkovich. Per Anne: Pro tip: When you think there’s nothing left, refrigerate and save for breakfast. The cheese has baked nicely into the hollowed out loaf. Heat and tear apart for guilty pleasure.
Pfeffernüsse (Anna Hughes)Anna recommends using extra lemon zest! Keep these in an airtight container and they will last a couple of weeks, if you have the world's best willpower.
Cranberry Pistachio Shortbread Cookies (Carley Thompson)Made every year (with cheer!) by Carley Thompson
Puppy Chow AKA Muddy Buddies (Megan Stanley)My childhood favorite snack for holidays and the Superbowl
Apple Pandowdy (Frank Video)Funny name, serious—and seriously easy—dessert. This apple pandowdy recipe is so delicious that we're just going to have to say...cobbler: You’ve been warned.
Breakfast Eggs (Ally Jurkovich)Here's a Jurkovich family midwest-style favorite! White bread, margarine and everything :)
Flan- Crème Caramel (Scarlett Aldebot-Green)This is a recipe my mom makes well, and I sometimes have success with
Cream Cheese Tarts (Anne Masters)This recipe comes straight from the tried and true (and repeatedly used) index card from Anne's kitchen
Pumpkin Bread (Anne Masters)Another favorite from the seemingly-endless vault of great recipes in Anne's kitchen
Vietnamese Spring Rolls (Nikki Nguyen)While these are easy, they are foreign to a lot of people! You can find good photos/video for how to make these here: https://healthynibblesandbits.com/fresh-vietnamese-spring-rolls-with-video/
Crock Pot Kalua Pork (Rhonda Chong)It doesn't get easier than 'set it and forget it' with this delicious slow-cooker meal!
Stew-pendous Recipe aka Slow Cooker Chickpea, Butternut Squash and Red Lentil Stew (Angie Hinh)I make this every year for the annual pumpkin harvest party!
Last-Minute Galette (Traci Adair)A great way to use those fruit basket misfits in a way that is sure to impress your co-workers!
Vegan Lasagna (Megan Stanley)This recipe is from the blog Nora Cooks Vegan, which is where I fell in love with plant-based cooking and made my shift to being a vegetarian (almost vegan!) more than a year ago. Even my carnivore husband loves this recipe! You can find the recipe + pictures here: https://www.noracooks.com/best-vegan-lasagna/
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