The Food Dish
Try one of these yummy meals made in muffin tins. They're easy to make and easy to clean up!
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Delicious bread recipes all using one of the modern miracles of baking: pre-made, frozen dough.
Every Monday, we include a recipe from Rhodes in our FHE e-mail (click here to sign up). Yes, Rhodes is one of our sponsors, but very often I find myself making mental notes to come back later, when I'm off the clock, and try them out. These are my top picks from that list.
A warning to low-carb or gluten-free readers: You may not want to tempt yourself by reading further. This is sweet, bready heaven.
Check out these creative tips that make cooking a little bit easier, prettier, and tastier.
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Six simple and delicious recipes that maximize your time between general conference sessions.
I love general conference. But such little time between sessions usually makes meals tough to complete (and with a finished product with much to be desired). No more! Plan ahead and get cookin' with these simple meals.
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Quick Cheesy Chicken Pot Pie
Start to finish: 40 min.
Send us your best dessert bar recipes for the chance to win LDS Living's Best Dessert Bar Contest, a $100 gift certificate, and be published in an upcoming issue of LDS Living!
Remember our cookie contest? The winner (Lemon Crinkle Cookies) continues to be one of LDS Living's most popular online posts every week. Since it seems people enjoy desserts the most, our new "best" will appeal to your sweet tooth, taking its inspiration from equal parts cookie and cake: dessert bars.
Here are the rules (you must abide by each for your recipe to be considered):
1) Recipes must be original. As delicious as you find Paula Deen's Five-Layer Bars recipe, we can't consider it. And don’t simply change the name—just as you wouldn’t want someone else to claim work that is yours, please do not claim someone else’s as your own. (If you found a recipe and tweaked it beyond recognition, you can submit that as your own. Family recipes are also acceptable.)
2) Submit the recipe with your full name, e-mail address, home city and state, and a valid daytime phone number by Friday, April 20, 2012. (LDS Living will use this information only to get a hold of you in the event that you win; we will not use it for marketing or other purposes.)
If you have a photo of the dessert bar, please submit it, but photos are not required.
E-mail recipes to editor[at]ldsliving[dot]com. (E-mail the editor.)
We will be testing the recipes after we receive them. The winner will receive a $100 gift certificate to Deseret Book and will be announced along with two runners-up throughout May, starting on May 10, and the winning recipes will also be given at that time. In addition, our winner and runners-up will be featured in the recipe section of an upcoming issue of LDS Living magazine!