If you have a “killer” recipe that you would like to share, please submit it under “Contact” with the subject line “Recipe Dump”. Thank you friends who have submitted your recipes! There are some really great ones listed below! Enjoy.
Chocolate Chip Cheese Ball
Submitted by Shirley Gray
This makes a LOT so you might want to cut it in 1/2 or freeze one
2 pks cream cheese (no low fat)
1 stick butter (no margarine)
1 cup (or more) pwd sugar
1 cup mini choc chips
a shot of vanilla
Combine the cheese & butter (at room temp) … whip them together really well. Add the vanilla & choc chips. Wrap in saran to form a ball — refrig until hard. Roll in nuts. Serve with those little honey bear crackers or fruit ((I tried regular graham crackers & they just broke up) … good with pears & apples.
Buffalo Chicken Dip
Submitted by Leah Roberts
1 bottle hidden valley ranch dressing
3/4 bottle franks red hot buffalo sauce
1/2 small bag shredded mild cheddar cheese
1 block philly cream cheese
3 large cans all white meat tyson chicken, drained
(all amounts can be altered to taste.)
combine all ingredients in crock pot until hot. serve with tortilla chips.
Nacho Cheesy Dip
Submitted by Jordan Hill
1 jar of salsa (any type you would like)
1/2 of the Velveeta cheese bar
1 whole thing of Bob Evans Sausage
brown your sausage, then pour into bowl when brown, pour in jar of
salsa and cut cheese into cubes and melt cheese with salsa, then stir
in the sausage. and enjoy!
Dried Beef and Gravy
Submitted by Kimberly Gregorace
1/2 stick butter
4 TBS flour
2 cups Milk
4 packs Carl Budding beef, sliced then cubed
salt & pepper
Melt butter in skillet. O
Once melted add all flour. Stir with whisk/fork until flour is dissolved. Will be thick. Add milk stirring thoroughly. Bring to a boil until thick like gravy. Add beef, stir well. Pour over toast or mashed potatoes.
Oven Baked Fajitas:
Submitted by Ruthie Sanders
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
-3 bell peppers (we usually so orange, yellow & red)
-Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast (typically we do one piece per adult
-Extra Virgin Olive Oil
-Fajita Seasoning (1-2 packs)
-toppings of choice, sour cream, cheese, salsa, etc
Chop up onions, bell peppers, & chicken breast and put them all in a
decent sized baking pan. Take the olive oil and give the ingredients a
good coat (I personally don’t measure I just do a zig zag over the
pan) & add fajita seasoning (1 packet for 2-3 pieces of chicken, 2
packets for 4-6 pieces.) Use hands (or large spoon if you don’t like
getting your hands dirty like me) & toss the ingredients all together
in the pan to make sure the olive oil and fajita seasoning is
distributed pretty evenly. Pop pan in the over for about 30-40 mins
(or until chicken is cooked through) and enjoy!!
It is so much easier & quicker than doing everything separately on the
stove in skillets, and you only have a few things to clean up, they
Hot & Spicy Sausage Dip:
Submitted by Ruthie Sanders
-3 to 4 blocks of cream cheese (depending on if you like spicy food or
not, 4 if you don’t want it to be as spicy)
-1 lb of spicy sausage (we use Bob Evans, or Jimmy Dean)
-1 can of rotelle tomatoes.
-Frito Scoops, or Tortilla Chips
Fry sausage, drain the grease off, and add cream cheese and tomatoes
and stir til has good consistency. & Enjoy!
Or you can also fry the sausage and put the ingredients in a crock pot
on low, great in the crock pot for parties with appetizers. Our family
makes this for every get together, everyone loves it, and if it
doesn’t all get eaten you can refrigerate & heat up in the microwave!
Chicken & Dumplings:
Submitted by Mandy Schwing
What you’ll need-
Boneless skinless chicken breasts [according to how large of a party you are serving]
2 regular sized cans of Campbell’s Cream of Chicken soup
1 package of Grands biscuits
-depending on the schedule that day, this can be cooked on low for 8hours or high for 6hours; your choice-
Rinse chicken breasts, place in crock pot.
Empty both cans of cream of chicken soup into pot as well
Fill with enough water to submerge ingredients.
let the crock pot do it’s magic until 30mins remaining in total cook time.
use tongs to grab chicken breasts, then meat scissors (or any scissors, but meat works best) to cut chicken into bite size pieces.
open package of biscuits and tear each biscuit into halves, and simply drop into the pot.
ladle the soup over the pieces of biscuits (which will become dumplings).
let cook for the last 30mins.
the ‘dumplings’ will cook to a biscuit inside, and somewhat slimy on the outside like a traditional dumpling.
Serve It’s so delicious and quite effortless! Perfect on cold days/nights.
Simple Southwest-style Eggs:
Submitted by Mandy Schwing
crack and place each egg into coffee cup
using a fork, whisk eggs til well blended.
add a dash of milk.
microwave for 50seconds
stir eggs well
place in microwave for another 30-40seconds
add salsa/shredded cheese
[this can be made w/o salsa, but i just LOVE salsa and the combination is amazing]
perfect for an on-the-go, quick breakfast!
Submitted by Lindsey Miller
1 pkg of Spinach cut up
Leaf lettuce and Romaine lettuce can be added (cut up)
8 slices of bacon fried and crumbled
3 large hard boiled eggs or more
1 cup vegetable oil
3/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup vinegar
1/3 cup ketchup
1 teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce
Salt to your liking
1 small onion grated
Just before serving, pour on salad dressing and sprinkle with Parmesan cheese!
Submitted by Tana Healy
This dip is something Grandma makes ALL THE TIME It is great for
veggies and my favorite, potato chips Enjoy
1 c Hellman mayonnaise
1 c sour cream
1 small squirt of yellow mustard
1 tbs lemon juice
Dill weed and Garlic powder = I never usually measure this. I would
put a tablespoon of dill weed and a 1/2 tsp of garlic powder.