I’ve always enjoyed the Sister Schubert’s Parker House Style Rolls that you can get in the frozen foods section at the grocery store, but came across this recipe in Southern Living magazine for the exact same thing. These biscuits are amazing to say the least and go great with my homemade apple butter.
As a kid I never realized that this had to have been my mom’s secret way of getting us to eat our vegetables. This dish was always a requested item at the many family reunions and covered dish dinners we attended growing up. I’m not sure if it was the bacon or the dressing that got me hooked, but I still enjoy this recipe.
These shredded chicken tacos are seasoned perfectly and will give any food truck or Mexican restaurant taco a run for it’s money (and they’re cheaper to make too).
The holiday season is the perfect time to try out new recipes and this soup is sure to please the taste buds. This Roasted Cauliflower and Garlic Soup has a smooth texture and a rich flavor.
These Cinnamon Sugar covered pecans are ridiculously good with a perfect blend of sweet and salty tastes mixed with cinnamon and vanilla accents. We love pecans in our house and use them for snacks, salad toppings, and the occasional pecan pie.
I’ve been making a variation of this since my days in college. Its super easy to make and is a favorite in our household.
This was one of my favorite breakfast meals growing up and still is today. Its quick and easy and always a winner with the kids (assuming they aren’t aware that we have waffle mix in the cabinet).
My mom made something like this when I was a kid.
This chili is ridiculously simple to make. Literally dump everything in a crock pot. Let it cook. Eat and enjoy.