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My 3 sons dubbed this as The Pink Stuff when they were younger.
1 can fruit cocktail, drained
1 carton cottage cheese
1 pkg. any flavor dry jello
1 carton cool whip
Mix together and chill till ready to serve.
Wow somehow I never saw this thread before! So many good rec's. I love the jello/ice cream thing. Sometimes I pour it into a graham cracker crust. Or use lime jello and add some well-drained crushed pineapple. Or raspberry jello with about 1/2 cup of mini chocolate chips.
(If you don't want to go back and look it up - dissolve any flavor jello in 3/4 cup boiling water. Stir in 1 pint vanilla ice cream. Chill until set.)
Here's my contribution: Deb's sloppy joes. Saute 1 small onion, chopped fine, and about 1/2 of a green pepper, diced, in 2 T margarine, until onions are translucent and pepper is tender. Add 1 lb. ground beef and cook until well browned and crumbly. Add 1 can tomato soup, 1/2 soup can of water, 1/2 tsp sugar, salt and pepper to taste. Simmer uncovered 20 minutes or until thick enough to suit you. Server over hamburger buns. 30 minutes start to finish.
And another one: Mrs. Halls' Oven Barbecued Chicken. Arrange 10 pieces chicken (bone-in) in baking pan (line it with foil if you want quick clean up!). Season chicken with salt and pepper. In a small sauce pan, combine 1/2 stick butter or margarine, 2 T brown sugar, 1 T brown mustard (I use Gulden's), 1 T ketchup, and 1 T worchestershire sauce. Heat on low until butter melts and stir all together. Spoon 1/3 of sauce over chicken, bake at 350 for 20 minutes. Turn chicken over, spoon another 1/3 over, another 20 minutes, turn again, spoon on the rest of the sauce, and bake another 10-20 minutes until chicken is done. This is great with potato or macaroni salad, and the sauce is great on boneless skinless chicken breasts, but obviously they don't take as long to cook as the bone-in pieces do.
Can't wait to try more of these recipes!~~Vicki
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Another long thread of delicious recipes...bumped up to enjoy again!
I wonder where so many of these people are now? I know some of them are still here posting, but a lot of them have gone to other, more fun places, like Face Book.
Farcebook is NOT more fun than TOH.
Farcebook is NOT more fun than TOH.
I totally agree. Thanks for bumping this recipe up again. Looks like it made a return in 2010 also.
I also bumped up some terrific posts on Recipes- take a look for some golden oldies!
That sounds good- thanks!
This Easy Earthquake Cake is far better than recipes I have for Earthquake Cake. I was running late this morning but needed an easy recipe for Bible Study at noon. Late because on was on here reading recipes, anyway I made this and boy did I get good reviews. The other recipes didn't call for the p/c frosting, just nuts and coconut.. This frosting made the difference. This recipe is a keeper. Going to email my sister with it. In fact I am planning on making it and sending it to with a friend who will be traveling this weekend. I did not have German Choc. mix so I used Devils Food mix. It was still a little warm when I served it.
Just letting folks know if they haven't tried this , do so. My oven is so crazy sometimes so I had to watch it after about 20 min and it seemed still soft in the center, that was good. Kinda gooooy, just right!
thanks , Now I plan to go back to the start of all the recipes and look for some that "sticks" to your ribs since I have another dessert to put in my book. I'll never get anything else done before prayer meeting tonight. haha
I forgot to say I heated up some choc. syrup and drizzled it over the cake too. Just to slightly cover the icing some. Oh did I say it was good. Man!!!
But I am enjoying this thread. :)
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