Meredith Carr

Meredith Carr

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Enchilada Casserole Recipe -I get satisfied reviews every time I serve this—even from my father, who usually doesn't like Mexican food. It smells delicious while baking. —Nancy VanderVeer, Knoxville, Iowa

Casserole Recipes - Favorite classic dishes like pizza, spaghetti, grilled cheese & tomato soup, sloppy joes, tacos and more turn into family-pleasing casserole recipes when made in a baking dish.

Warmed Cranberry Brie | Make an easy and elegant holiday appetizer by topping a round of baked Brie with sweetened cranberry sauce and toasted pecans. Serve with assorted crackers, gingersnaps, apple slices or pear slices.

Warmed Cranberry Brie - make an easy and elegant holiday appetizer by topping a round of baked Brie with sweetened cranberry sauce and toasted pecans. Serve with assorted crackers, gingersnaps, apple slices or pear slices.

this vegetable dip is often called crack dip, I think it is the bacon, it makes everything better, but the cheese doesn't hurt either Good dip for veggies---could prob do half the amount of bacon bits and cheese

Warm Cinnamon Apples

This simple spiced apples recipe is great for breakfast, a warm and yummy side. If you can't find McIntosh apples, substitute another baking apple such as Rome or Gala, or try a crisp, tart green apple such as Granny Smith.

Get Best Breakfast Potatoes Ever Recipe from Food Network

Best Breakfast Potatoes Ever Tthe name pretty much says it all. The Pioneer Woman's take on breakfast potatoes is the best-ever, and it's all thanks to your screaming-hot oven. recipe by Lee Drummond

Sweet Potato Souffle : Food Network Recipe | Trisha Yearwood | Food Network

Get Thanksgiving potato and sweet potato recipes, including garlic mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole and scalloped potatoes, from Food Network.

Open My Eyes FOR KIDS - November Scripture Writing Plan is here! In this months Bible Study, we are studying THANKSGIVING & GRATITUDE and how our children can learn at a young age that giving thanks is a lifestyle and not just a seasonal activity every November. I pray that you join us over at The Felicity Bee as we hear God in a fresh new way!

In this months Scripture Writing, we are focusing on what The Word says about Thanksgiving and Gratitude. Let's teach our children the importance of gratitude as we Inscribe the Word!

Here’s some simple math even the grown-up kids can get behind: 4 grocery lists + 15 ingredients per list = 1 month of creative school lunches. That’s right, with just 15 items per week, you can make a different power-packed lunchbox each day for your child. Best of all, these meals are easy to make and created by a registered dietitian to assure your child gets a variety of nutrients (and a little bit of fun) each day.

We get it: Sometimes you need a little help keeping your family happy, healthy and on schedule. We’ve got you covered with quick weekday meals, cleaning and organizing shortcuts, kid-friendly projects and more.