Cargill GHRS Cookbook
Dre's Beefy Cheese Bake - Casserole
Simple Holiday Breakfast Bake
Barbeque Burger Mix
Skillet Baked Vegan Sausage, Kale, & Artichoke Gnocchi with Pistachio Pesto
Logan's Grandma's "Cheesecake" Pie
Easy Crockpot Cheesy Potatoes
Pear and Brie Tarts
Christmas Morning Croissant Strata
Favorite Chicken Salad
Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Muffins
Easy Homemade Whip Cream
Caramel Oatmeal Bars
Superfood Pumpkin Pie Pudding
Sheet Pan Gnocchi with Veggies and Pesto
Dre's Beefy Cheese Bake - Casserole25 year old family recipe! It's fast, easy and everyone loves it! Our family has ZERO portion control with this dish!
Simple Holiday Breakfast BakeIf casserole is refrigerated overnight, remove from fridge 30 minutes before baking. It may require an extra 10-15 minutes cook time. Submitted by: "Jessica Kazemba"
Skillet Baked Vegan Sausage, Kale, & Artichoke Gnocchi with Pistachio PestoSuper filling! Easy enough for a weeknight dinner, but decadent enough for a holiday centerpiece! Submitted by: "Logan Parker"
Logan's Grandma's "Cheesecake" PieI eat this every year on my birthday, and only make it 1-2 times a year or else I would eat the whole thing by myself :) Submitted by: "Logan Parker"
Easy Crockpot Cheesy PotatoesVery easy recipe to make that my kids and husband both enjoy. Could also be made in the oven, but the crockpot seems to work best. Submitted by: "Cindy Ment"
Sausage WreathI saw this recipe on Instagram from Sierra Nevada Brewing and it is terrific. I added the Instagram link so you can watch the video. Very festive holiday sausage snack. Submitted by: "Barry Hamory"
Pear and Brie TartsFound this recipe on the Today Show. It's a nice alternative for breakfast and brunch and as pretty as it is delicious. So easy too! Submitted by: "Sheila Jessen"
Christmas Morning Croissant StrataThere are many ways to make this through many different websites. This specific recipe I found on Instagram and go to @inhonorofdesign. Submitted by: "Alexa Silvers"
Favorite Chicken SaladIf you want a quick and easy chicken salad recipe with minimal ingredients, this is your recipe! Great for sandwiches, alone or as a dip with crackers or pretzels. Enjoy! Submitted by: "Christa Lucas"
Basil PestoI make it in huge batches, my basil plants love the sun in my garden and become the size of a small bush! I freeze it and enjoy it as long as it lasts (I love it, so it gets eaten quickly). Submitted by: "Ann Ayres"
Chocolate Chip Pumpkin MuffinsThis delicious chocolate chip pumpkin is a good friend's family's recipe. Enjoy! Submitted by: "Briana MacDonald"
Easy Homemade Whip CreamMy Mom was famously known among my friends growing up for her homemade whip cream. We love to add this to brownies, cakes, ice cream, fruit, pancakes, pretty much anything! Submitted by: "Missy Eschenbacher"
Caramel Oatmeal BarsDelicious Caramel Oatmeal desert bar, make as chocolatey as you want or not. Easy to cut and freeze! Submitted by: "Kate Locken"
Superfood Pumpkin Pie PuddingThis truly is the best tasting and healthiest pumpkin pie pudding you will ever have. Text me if you'd like to make it 619-346-3518 and I will walk you throw the steps. Submitted by: "Josh Schiets"
Sheet Pan Gnocchi with Veggies and PestoThis is a Ree Drummond recipe that I saw on the Today Show. It's very versatile. You can use different veggies as you like - add green beans instead of asparagus, or toss at the end with some rotisserie chicken or shrimp, etc. Also, when cooking for one or two people, I like to make just enough for that meal. I save the pesto/oil sauce in the fridg, have some pre-chopped veggies ready and the extra gnocchi in their own container. They I toss just what I want for that one meal and can enjoy the fresh roasted veggies and gnocchi each meal (instead of trying to reheated yesterday's roasted veggies which wouldn't be as good)! A great way to get a mega dose of veggies in a meal. Sometimes I skip the parm cheese and/or the basil leaves, but I highly recommend the drizzle of balsamic glaze. The pesto and balsamic glaze are so yummy together! Use some non-stick aluminum foil to make clean up as easy as this recipe is! Submitted by: "Sheila Jessen"
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