The Food Dish
Roast. Mashed potatoes. Salad. Asparagus. Rolls. Jello salad. Going overboard for Sunday dinners? Turn down the heat in the kitchen and simplify your Sunday.
LDS Living’s article “Ten Ways to Reinvent Your Sunday” offers tips on making the Sabbath the best day of your week. One of the most popular tips was simplifying Sunday meals from the big feast they normally are to something that doesn’t require your whole day. Here are some easy—and delicious!— recipes to make cooking Sunday meals a breeze.
Overnight Breakfast Casseroles
These casseroles are made the Saturday night and are ready to pop into the oven first thing Sunday morning.
LDS Living tested out four recipes from the new cookbook Your Cup of Cake with huge success. Here are the recipes so you can try them yourself!
Cookies-and-Cream Oreo Cupcakes
24 chocolate cookies with cream filling
1 box devil’s food cake mix
½ C. oil
¾ C. buttermilk
¾ C. sour cream
2 tsp. vanilla extract
½ C. butter, softened
8 oz. cream cheese, softened
2 tsp. vanilla extract
Decadent desserts are hard to pass up, especially when they're as easy to make and as beautiful as these. LDS Living tested out four recipes from the new cookbook, Your Cup of Cake.
Reviewed by Kaela Worthen Gardner, Associate Editor
Wow. That's about all I can say. Wow. I'm not much of a fan of cupcakes or cakes in general--or frosting--favoring instead chewy gooey cookies and brownies, but these have officially won me over. I'm also not a fan of baking because I enjoy the more creative process of cooking, but again, these have won me over. I may end up baking my way through this entire cookbook.
There are several winning aspects of these cupcakes. I love that all the cupcakes start with a cake mix base, which makes them much quicker and easier to make, but you add in other ingredients (milk, sour cream, vanilla, etc.) to the batter to make them WAY better than a cake mix could ever be. The strawberry buttercream frosting is probably one of the most delicious things I have ever eaten. And can we talk about the visual wow factor as well? These are just adorable, and the two-toned cupcakes definitely impressed all the neighbors I took these to.
Milk chocolate + dark chocolate + semisweet chocolate + white chocolate = the most delicious cookies! All made with food storage!
Try out these scrumptious Quad Chocolate Chip cookies from Shelf Reliance!
Yield: 30 cookies
1 c. semisweet chocolate chips
¾ c. white chocolate chips
1 c. milk chocolate chips
½ c. dark chocolate chips
⅔ c. THRIVE™ Brown Sugar
½ c. THRIVE™ Shortening Powder, reconstituted
Try these delicious appetizers made completely from your food storage. Being frugal never tasted so good!