This is a simple and fool proof recipe for Alfredo sauce that’s rich and creamy. Sue Chef and Baker’s Man created it one day when we had no jars of Alfredo Sauce in the house. This recipe creates a quick and delicious sauce, and once you’ve made this homemade version, you will never buy the Alfredo sauce in jars again. Everyone thinks that Alfredo sauce goes best with fettuccine. It’s quite good that way, and our photos show it served with fettuccine, but we believe that Sue Chef’s Alfredo Sauce is best served over a pasta that really holds onto […]
Chocolate Mousse Cake is another no bake dessert that’s simple and delicious and is sure to become a family favorite. Creamy and delicious, this is the perfect decadent dessert. This recipe is similar to the Chocolate Eclair Cake recipe that we published in December of 2015, but since we are making it in our 30 days of cans, we substituted canned evaporated milk in place of fresh milk in the mousse. This is such a fun and simple dessert, we will be making it several times this summer.
Pasta loaded with the flavor of garlic, bacon, and Parmesan cheese is sure to be appreciated by even the pickiest of eaters. The most time consuming part of preparing this meal is cooking the bacon and boiling the linguine, so that makes Linguine Carbonara the perfect dish for a busy weeknight.
Since making a Southwestern Cheeseburger Pie during my 30 days of beans, I have been thinking about making another plain cheeseburger pie, and I finally had the chance today. The best thing about this pie is that if you use an oven safe skillet (like a cast iron one), the whole thing can be cooked in one pan. Of course, I did need a bowl to mix up the batter and a knife and cutting board to cut op the onions. There was the grater, too. But the point is that all of the dirty utensils can be washed while […]
Dessert is always a good thing. This dessert is make from a simple combination of ingredients that go together quickly to create a sweet and delicious cobbler with minimum stress for the cook. I used fresh fruit, but this recipe works just as well with either frozen or canned fruit. It’s our go to cobbler recipe when we want something sweet.
The idea for this recipe came from two separate places. First, the idea for the chicken came from Grandma Lynda’s YouTube Channel. The idea for the mashed potatoes came from the cookbook which came with the electric pressure cooker that I received for Christmas. I wanted to make “fried” chicken and mashed potatoes, so I decided to see if I could make both dishes in the pressure cooker at the same time. I began by peeling several potatoes and cutting them into quarters. These were arranged in the bottom of my pressure cooker. To these, I added 1/2 stick of […]
A few decades ago, Bisquick introduced the impossible pie recipe. The recipe was so named because a batter was poured into a pie plate and made a pie. It was called “impossible” because the pies were made without a crust. I have an old cookbook that belonged to my mother that contains a collection of these “impossible pies.” Basically, these recipes require you to fill a pan with whatever savory food items you choose. The filling is then topped with a batter made from Bisquick, milk, and eggs and baked in a 400 degree oven for 25 to 30 minutes […]