Tomatoes, fresh Parmesan cheese, oregano, salt, pepper, little drizzle of olive oil - 450 degrees for 20 min --- yummo! Olive Oil, Sidedishes, Side Dishes, Tomatoes Recipe, Cheesy Baking, Food, Baking Parmesan Tomatoes, Baking Tomatoes, Baked Tomato
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Yum Bowl. 5 of 5! This was a HIT! The Yum Sauce was surprisingly easy to make (once I had all the ingredients rounded up!) and you HAVE to top it with the teriyaki sauce AND the Yum Sauce to get the full effect. It doesn't seem like it would go together, but it does! It's a keeper!
I've made these for years so going to go ahead and put the recipe here. I use stove top stuffing and flatten mine a little to make them crispier. We've never served with dipping sauce either. Fantastic and the kids liked them when they were little. One of those, get the kids to eat veggies recipes// Spinach spinach spinach spinach!! :)
My daughters had some friends over and I made these cute and colorful trifles for their dessert. I made each girl their own individual trifle in a clear plastic cup, but you could easily make a bigger one in a regular trifle bowl. They were a big hit, really yummy, and not quite as time consuming as the Rainbow Cupcakes I made last year.