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Family Friendly Recipes

Ghost PotatoesBy Ginny's TeamCelebrate Halloween with creamy and cute ghost potatoes. These adorable little treats are perfect for seasonal dinners or family Halloween parties. They're a nutritious treat to offset all that trick-or-treat candy, but have just enough holiday spirit to make kids and adults smile. Our mashed potatoes recipe is nice and creamy, but you can feel free to substitute this recipe with your favorite recipe. Then just add peas for eyes, and you have spooky little ghost potatoes!
Pressure Cooker Macaroni and CheeseBy Ginny's TeamCreamy Macaroni and Cheese is a great first recipe to try in your new electric pressure cooker. It only takes about 20 minutes from start to finish and lets you work out all of your pressure cooker nerves and fears. It will help you practice using the "Quick Release" of the pressure valve and become familiar with all of the fun pressure cooker functions.
Microwave SmoresBy Ginny's TeamSometimes a campfire is beyond our reach. For example, sometimes it is winter, or we don’t have any wooden furniture that we can break into pieces for firewood. When this happens, we recommend turning to this microwave s’mores recipe. That way, happiness will be within reach in the form of delicious microwave s’mores.
Microwave Baked PotatoBy Ginny's TeamLife-changing tip: “baked potato” does not always have to mean “baked in the oven.” For example, it could mean “baked in the microwave,” which also means “this healthy and delicious microwave baked potato recipe is about as easy as it gets.”
Asian Chicken WingsBy Ginny's TeamTry Asian chicken wings in a slow cooker for a delicious yet hands-off Superbowl side. The wide variety of ingredients creates an explosion of flavor, while soy sauce, Sriracha sauce, and sesame seeds gives the recipe a distinctly Asian twist. Instead of worrying about baking or frying, simply add everything to a slow cooker and let the chicken wings soak in flavor for hours. The meat will practically fall off the bone of these Asian chicken wings!
Reuben RollsBy Ginny's TeamReuben rolls made with sauerkraut is a great way to use up leftovers. Have leftover cabbage? Make a quick sauerkraut by chopping the cabbage finely, sautéing until wilted, and then tossing with the following ingredients: two tablespoons cider vinegar, 1/4 teaspoon of salt, 1/4 teaspoon of brown sugar, and a sprinkle of dried mustard. Reuben rolls also use corned beef, potatoes, and onions--all staples that can find a great second life as delicious leftovers! The other key to this reuben rolls recipe? An easy to use deep fryer! You'll want to heat yours to 375°F for a delicious deep fry. Reuben Roll upgrade tip: Looking for a little extra crisp in these tasty rolls? Add tortilla or wonton strips in the mix for some added crunch.
Microwave QuesadillaBy Ginny's TeamThe moral of this simple quesadilla recipe: deliciousness in less than 60 seconds is possible. All you need are two tortillas and some shredded cheese to make this delicious quesadilla recipe!
Microwave Macaroni and CheeseBy Ginny's TeamWe don’t mean the microwave macaroni and cheese that comes with those weirdly orange powder packets. We mean delicious (and still easy!) microwave macaroni & cheese with real cheese that melts on your tongue.
Traditional Wisconsin Deep Fried Cheese CurdsBy Ginny's TeamWisconsin is known for beer, brats, and of course cheese. We even have a festival every two years called Cheese Days, where around 100,000 people flood the downtown area of Monroe, Wisconsin. The whole town (normally with a population of around 10,000) spends the off year planning and preparing for the next big celebration. Among a list of popular Cheese Days traditions, are Cheese Curds. Festival goers will wait in line for hours to get their hands on a cup of warm, battered, fried, and melty cheese. While dreaming of the upcoming Cheese Days and Curds, we realized that not everyone has the chance to make the trip to Monroe for Cheese Days to get their fill of the popular Wisconsin treat. We knew we had to do something to share such a memorable tradition with our Ginny's family and the rest of the country! So we found a beer batter recipe, and did our best to replicate the Wisconsin Delicacy.
Creamy Italian ChickenBy Ginny's TeamMake sure you can have comfort food at any time with creamy Italian chicken, frozen way ahead of time and then made in a slow cooker. You only need a gallon zip top bag and four simple ingredients: boneless chicken breasts, a package of cream cheese, dry Italian dressing mix, and a can of cream chicken soup. Combine it all together and then let it sit in the freezer for up to three months. When you’re feeling like a delicious, savory home cooked meal but don’t want to put it any effort, simply take out the freezer bag, dump the contents into a slow cooker, and let the appliance work its magic! We love how rich and flavorful this creamy Italian chicken is, and how the ingredients are all affordable and easy to find at any supermarket.
Biscuit DonutsBy Ginny's TeamYou just need a deep fryer and a tube of buttermilk biscuits to make these delicious, foolproof biscuit donuts! Pre-cut biscuit dough is the best secret weapon for perfectly round and perfect easy donuts. We love sprinkling our donuts with cinnamon, sugar, and powdered sugar, but you could also use store-bought frosting or glaze for an especially decadent twist. If you don't have a deep fryer, you can also heat about 2 inches of oil over your stove in a large-bottomed pot over medium heat. Biscuit donuts are a great snack to make with kids on the weekend; they'll love getting to cut out the donut shapes as much as they'll love eating them!
Teriyaki ChickenBy Ginny's TeamTeriyaki chicken is a quick and easy dinner, especially freezer meal style! All you need is a one-gallon zip top freezer bag and two ingredients: chicken breast and a bottle of Teriyaki sauce. Combine the ingredients in the bag, and let freeze for up to three months. When you’re feeling like a delicious home cooked meal but don’t want to put it any effort, simply take out the freezer bag, dump the contents into a slow cooker, and let the appliance work its magic! The sweet and sour nature of the teriyaki sauce, with its combination of soy sauce, honey, sesame oil, and more, will make this teriyaki chicken mouthwateringly delicious after a few hours in the slow cooker.
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