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Mason Jar Self-Buttering Biscuits

Mason Jar Self Buttering Biscuits Your mouth will start watering after you take one whiff of these Mason Jar Self-Buttering Biscuits. Recipes in a jar could not get any easier than this. Just butter the insides of the jars and fill them with biscuit batter to make these flaky treats. You'll want to make this simple biscuit recipe all summer long. After making these simple biscuits once, don't be surprised if they get requested often. Very few people will be able to resist these cute, individual-sized biscuits.


Make-Ahead Mashed Potato Casserole

Make Ahead Mashed Potato Casserole This Make-Ahead Mashed Potato Casserole recipe is the perfect side dish for any weeknight dinner. This is a mashed potatoes recipe that will save you time because you can make it beforehand, but without sacrificing taste. It is so comforting and has all of the basics that you'd expect out of mashed potatoes. Yukon gold potatoes, butter, cream, eggs, nutmeg and black pepper all make appearances in this creamy dish. These simple tastes come together perfectly in this side that is ideal for an intimate family dinner or for a larger crowd at a party.


Potatoes Romanoff

Potatoes Romanoff Potatoes Romanoff is an easy baked mashed potatoes recipe to bring along to a potluck of any sort. Paprika adds color and flavor to the potatoes. Sour cream and cheese helps make the potatoes creamy and absolutely delicious. If you have a lot going on before the potluck, you can prepare the potatoes the night before. If you have time in the morning, simply make them the morning of. Whenever you make them, they will be a hit.


Cabbage Noodle Crunch

Cabbage Noodle Crunch The Cabbage Noodle Crunch is a great way to celebrate classic Irish food. Like some other recipes with cabbage, this casserole can stand alone as a main dish or be presented as a side dish. Out of all the cabbage casserole recipes, this is one of the most unique and versatile. It contains mushrooms that compliment cabbage nicely and it is topped with a buttery Ritz cracker crust that gives this noodle dish some crunch. This dish would be a nice addition to any table and it is easy enough to make during the week.


Bridled Noodles

Bridled Noodles Bridled Noodles is a traditional Pennsylvania Dutch recipe that's so easy to make, you might not believe it. The noodles are topped with bread crumbs, and can be served with or without gravy. This comfort food is simple to make, so you won't have to scramble to get dinner on the table. It's traditionally served at Thanksgiving (hence the gravy), but it can really be made any time. If you want to try something new that's not too crazy, take a stab at this pasta casserole.


Bisquick Zucchini Bake

Bisquick Zucchini Bake During the summer months when zucchini is in season, make this tasty side dish recipe. Bisquick Zucchini Bake is very simple to make. There's a little chopping, a little mixing, and a little baking. So, in only three steps, your side dish will be ready. Recipes with zucchini are really great during the summer, so make it point to give this one a try. It's a terrific way to get your daily servings of vegetables.


Zucchini Bread Casserole

Zucchini Bread Casserole Recipes with zucchini are great for summertime, especially for potlucks and parties. This Zucchini Bread Casserole will be loved by all. It will remind you of the zucchini bread recipes that you love, except in casserole form. It's easy to make, which means that it's a great dish to make for a crowd. You just have to mix zucchini with dry stuffing mix, make a simple cream sauce, top with cheese, and bake. The stuffing acts as the "bread" and tastes great paired with zucchini. You haven't tried anything like this, but it will become your new favorite side dish.


Brookville Hotel Creamed Corn

Brookville Hotel Creamed Corn Brookville Hotel Creamed Corn is a different kind of recipe for corn. What makes this dish special is the fact that it is sweet. While this is meant to be eaten as a side dish, this recipe is sweet enough to have for dessert. The whipped cream makes the corn eve creamier, while the sugar adds a sweetness to the naturally sweet corn. This is a quick and easy recipe that you can make and serve any time. It is also great for parties.


Zucchini and Cheese Casserole

Zucchini and Cheese Casserole Zucchini and Cheese Casserole requires few ingredients and is simple to make. Using a few different spices gives the dish a lot of flavor. It's a great zucchini casserole recipe that makes a great side at your dinner table. If you find yourself with an overwhelming amount of zucchini and don't know what to do with them, grate them and then use them in this wonderful dish. Incorporate it into this week's dinner menu.


Layered Vegetable Gratin

Layered Vegetable Gratin If you have a hard time eating your full daily servings of vegetables, then this vegetable side dish recipe is for you. Even non veggie lovers like it. Layered Vegetable Gratin has three layers of eggplant, zucchini, and tomatoes, which are covered by a most delicious crust. The crispy Parmesan topping has a hint of garlic flavor and turns golden-brown in the oven. It adds the perfect finishing touch to this dish.


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