The Blue Family Favorites<3
Cranberry Almond Biscotti
Rustic Italian Bread
Chicken A,La King
Russian Tea Cakes
Chocolate Cream Pie
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Taco DipThis recipe came from my Grandma Weller. She has been making it ever since i can remember, its usually used as an appetizer at family events before the main course is served.
Banana BreadBanana bread is one of my great grandmas recipes that my grandma blue always used to make when me and my sister were little. I remember waking up every Christmas morning and eating a slice of banana bread.
Spaghetti SauceBesides pizza, Spaghetti is my favorite meal. The recipe came from my grandma Weller, On her side of the family there is mostly itallians, so she likes to make her family meals based on itallian foods when we all get together.
ManicottiThis is another Itallian recipe which came from my Grandma Weller again. Manicotti was always my moms favorite dinner, every time we would go to grandmas house for lunch she would always convince her to make it.
Cranberry Almond BiscottiCranberry Almond Biscotti also comes from my Grandma weller and is an Itallian desert. As a kid growing up i never really liked it and was scared to try it because of the cranberrys. As i got older i finally tried it and it became one of my favorites!
Rustic Italian BreadRustic Italian Bread is another one of my grandma Wellers most made meals. She usually likes to serve it with her spghetti because the sauce enhanses the flavor of the bread and is also just a great side dish for anything!
Fried ChickenMy Grandma Blue is known for her fried chicken. Every time she makes it i always eat the most because its so good. I always like to watch and help her make it when she does so i can learn how to make it just like her.
Chicken A,La KingComes from my grandma blue, she barley ever makes this so when she does it is always enjoyed by everybody.
Baked ChickenThis recipe came from my grandma blue and her skills with making chicken. I usually eat chicken along with her ham at thanksgiving rather than turkey.
Swiss SteakThis Swiss Steak recipe came from my grandma Blue. It is my grandpas favorite lunch so she makes it alot which means i get to eat it alot. I eat it at least once every month and want to share it because its so good!
Baked HamThis Recipe came from my Grandma Blue. It is my savior when it comes to Thanksgiving because im not a big fan of Turkey along with a few others in the family. So my grandma makes this every Thanksgiving just to make sure that everybody gets a nice full meal.
Russian Tea CakesThis recipe came from Karalee, it is one of her favorite deserts to make for small get together because there really easy and fun to make and taste amazing!
Chocolate Cream PieChocolate Cream Pie is another one of Karalee's recipes. It recently became one of my all time favorite deserts that she makes. I always ask her to bring some every time she leaves her bakery to come and see me.
Chocolate Chip CookiesThis recipe came from my aunt Karalee. These were always my favorite cookies as a kid. So every year for my birthday she would make a bunch of them, then she would bag them up and give them to me along with her gift.
Puppy ChowThis recipe came from my aunt Karalee. When me and Alyssa were little Karalee would always get us together at my grandmas house to make Puppy Chow with her. After we were done making it, we would always sit in the family room and watch movies together.
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The Blue Family Favorites: is a cookbook filled with tons of my families recipes! It consists of the ones that i remember from when i was a kid, to the ones most commonly made at family events. It ranges between my grandmas and my aunts ( The main cooks in the family) So while were going through you will be able to learn about Me, my family, and our own traditional recipes.