This recipe for ugly dip is sometimes called Tennessee Ugly Dip, or shoe-peg corn dip, or even black bean corn dip. At our house we just call it ugly! Don’t worry, looks can definitely be deceiving as this is one of the most delicious dips you will ever make.
There are dishes at the table on Thanksgiving that is a must, like, Turkey, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Green bean casserole and in our home, Homemade Cornbread Pudding! Everyone loves it, and there is never any left over! It is very easy to make, and I keep all these ingredients on hand anyways because it is loved so much in our home. It only takes about an hour to prep and make. It is one of the last things that goes in the oven because it is best served warm with maybe a little-melted butter on top too. Hope your family will love this Homemade Cornbread Pudding recipe as much as our family does.
We are sharing our favorite casserole recipe, a heart Cowboy Casserole Recipe that is perfect for cold winter nights or potlucks.
It’s around 40 degrees here in Tennessee today and it’s only the beginning of November! I’m thinking it’s going to be a cold winter for us which is something we are not really used to! I personally don’t mind the cold weather (as long as I don’t have to be out in it, ha!) because cold weather mean it’s time for snuggles and holidays! Casseroles are one of my favorite things to make during the winter because they are easy to make and are hot and filling. One of my family’s favorite casserole’s is this Cowboy Casserole Recipe! It brings together some meat, veggies, cheese, and tots all in 1 dish and is oh-so-yummy! Want to learn how to make it?
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Fall is in the air. I know this because later on today I get to go sit outside for a soccer game. In the rain. When it’s 59 degrees. Doesn’t that sound fun? The things we do for our children right? Anyways, now that fall is here, it’s time to start enjoying the flavors of fall. And for me, that means pumpkin. Oh yes, I am a pumpkin spice latte kind of girl. I also love pumpkin pie! So when I was asked to make a something for friend who happens to be gluten free I had an idea for a perfect recipe. Fun fact, did you know you can buy gluten free graham crackers? It’s true! And they make the perfect homemade crust for my Gluten Free Pumpkin Cheesecake Recipe! Would you like to learn how to make it? Sweet!
Halloween is a few days away and if you are looking for a great recipe for your party, then you will love this Halloween Treat Mix Recipe! It’s easy to make, and oh-so-cute! My 5 year old actually chose this recipe and the ingredients! This whole recipe took about 20 minuets and made enough for a crowd. We actually bagged it up and sent it to her class for a fun treat!
Let’s brew up some magic witch potion! You can use anything you have in the frig, I used a can of sprite, Kool Aid mix, bottled water, apple cranberry juice. The trick is disguising these as creepy Halloween concoctions! For the can of sprite: I put it in a black cozy to cover the label & used a sharpie to color the top of the can that still showed. I made a little “goblin spit” label and attached it with scary eye stickers. For the Kool Aid container, I just ripped off the label & used a sharpie to write “Powdered brains”, the same for the bottled water “Bat Venom” & juice “Frankenstein’s Blood”. Tip: any flavor Kool Aid and any type of ‘clear’ pop tastes good together.
Have the kids take turns pouring each one into a pitcher, save the can of pop until last, it’ll create bubbles & a real “witches brew” finish!Continue reading