Can you imagine a relaxed Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner without needing to actually cook a turkey on the big day? You’d be able to enjoy the festivities as much as your friends and family!
Believe it or not, it’s possible to roast your turkey ahead of time and store the cooked meat in the freezer to reheat and serve on the big day. If this sounds a bit too much like eating leftovers, let me assure you that by following these simple freezing and reheating instructions, you’ll have moist, delicious turkey — and not one of your guests will suspect you didn’t spend the entire holiday slaving away in the kitchen keeping watch over a hot oven. Continue reading
I stumbled upon this recipe online yesterday at the Betty Crocker site and realized I had all the ingredients in my pantry … no trip to the grocery store needed. So I made it last night … and everybody loved it!
Click here: Praline Pumpkin Dessert
It’s almost too easy. I had to read the instructions several times to make sure I wasn’t skipping a step or something. It’s also one of those things that you can buy the various ingredients when they’re on sale to keep on your pantry shelf for a spur-of-the-moment, relatively inexpensive dessert.
It’s not a pie … but the bottom layer is essentially pumpkin pie filling. It’s definitely not a cake … but it uses a box of cake mix. It has a crust on top that’s almost like a cobbler crust with nuts added … but it’s not a cobbler either. No wonder they simply call it a “dessert” … it defies description. 😉
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