Chicken Pot Pie Casserole (Vegetarian Option)

  Chicken Pot Pie Casserole (Vegetarian Option) Easier than making a pastry crust but just as delicious, this biscuit-style topping is baked golden brown over a layer of vegetables and chicken in tasty gravy. You can easily make this dish vegetarian by skipping the meat altogether and its just as tasty as a vegetable potpie!... Continue Reading →

Favorite Banana Bread (vegan option)

Favorite Banana Bread (vegan option) I recently served both the vegan and regular options for this bread at a church breakfast and everyone asks for the recipe! The crushed pineapple makes it so moist. 2 cups all purpose flour (I use white whole wheat for this)1 1/2 cups sugar (I use raw)3 bananas (mashed)2 *eggs... Continue Reading →

Lentil Vegetable Spaghetti Sauce

  Lentil Vegetable Spaghetti Sauce This sauce is packed with hearty healthy ingredients that nourish your body and help you feel your best, and it also tastes AMAZING! This is the recipe we use for the plant-based sauce at the Annual Sadie Rose Foundation Spaghetti Supper Fundraiser and it gets rave reviews every time, including... Continue Reading →

Mom’s Creamy Grape Salad

Mom's Creamy Grape Salad This creamy grape salad is refreshing during the summer and a lighter alternative to traditional desserts of the holiday season. Using red and green grapes makes it a nice Christmas dish, and kids and adults LOVE it! Naturally gluten free. 2 lbs red grapes, seedless2 lbs green grapes, seedless1 8 oz... Continue Reading →

Regina’s Mississippi Mud Bars

Regina's Mississippi Mud Bars A mash-up of two recipes, this dessert is loved by the masses! Peanut allergy alert, but aside from that, you'll win the dessert table with this creation every time. For the Cake1 cup butter ((2 sticks))2 cups white sugar4 eggs1/3 cup cocoa1 1/2 cups all purpose flour1 1/2 teaspoon baking powderFilling2... Continue Reading →

Corn Chip Salad

Corn Chip Salad A crowd pleaser and seldom ANY leftover, BUT, it is terrible as leftovers so just a fair warning. The lettuce gets wilty and the corn chips soggy after a few hours, so plan to make just as much as you need for one meal. This recipe is easily doubled for crowds. 1... Continue Reading →

Rainbow or Fun Colored Cupcakes

Rainbow or Fun Colored Cupcakes These yummy basic cupcakes are simple to make and can be easily customized for flavor and color. For Christmas, color 1/3 batter green, 1/3 batter red, and leave 1/3 white. This recipe was submitted to the Rohrer Family and Friends cookbook by Chloe Robinson. 1 Cup White sugar1/2 Cup Butter2... Continue Reading →

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