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Recipe Roundup: Representing the 50 States

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The United States of America is a great country, made up of individual states and citizens. Each of these states is unique in its own way. So, why not celebrate each of them by cooking up a recipe that represents them. AllFreeCasseroleRecipes brings you a Recipe Roundup: Representing the 50 States. Try out a fun and tasty recipe from each state. Some of these recipes are made with foods specific to a given state, while others are popular dishes eaten by the state's citizens. Either way, these recipes are sure to leave you feeling patriotic and your taste buds satisfied. Try out these recipes from the 50 states listed in alphabetical order by state. 

Recipe Roundup: Representing the 50 States

Salted Maple Pecan Bars

 

Table of Contents: 

Delicious Recipes from Alabama to Iowa

Tasty Treats Found Anywhere from Kansas to North Dakota

Favorite Finds from Ohio to Wyoming

 

Delicious Recipes from Alabama to Iowa

1. Alabama- Grits N Greens Casserole

2. Alaska- Fisherman's White Fish Pie

3. Arizona- Tex Mex Pasta Bake

4. Arkansas- Southern Baked Corn Casserole

5. California- California Breakfast Casserole

6. Colorado- Healthy Pastitsio- Bison are native to the Colorado Rockies. This healthy casserole has some delicious and low-fat bison that will make your mouth water.

7. Connecticut- Crab Cake Pudding

8. Delaware- Buttery Crab Cake Pudding

9. Florida- Coconut Lime Poke Cake

10. Georgia- Brandied Georgia Peach Cobbler

11. Hawaii- Hawaiian Bread-Banana Baked French Toast

12. Idaho- Bacon N' Mustard Scalloped Potatoes

13. Illinois- Easy Deep Dish Pizza

14. Indiana- Kid's Corn Dog Casserole- Indiana is famous for its corn fields, but it is also known for producing the first-ever corn dog. Try this take on a classic corn dog and experience the 50 states like never before. 

15. Iowa- Easy Pork Chop Casserole

 

Coconut Lime Poke Cake  California Breakfast Casserole  Easy Deep Dish Pizza

Tasty Treats Found Anywhere from Kansas to North Dakota

16. Kansas- Beefy Beirock Casserole

17. Kentucky- Bourbon Bread Pudding

18. Louisiana- Creamy Creole Eggplant Casserole

19. Maine- Maine Lobster Stuffed Shells

20. Maryland- Baked Crab Dip- Located right by the water, Maryland is known as the crab state. This Baked Crab Dip is a delicious way to showcase crab and other seafood.

21. Massachusetts- Boston Cream Hokey Pokey Cake

22. Michigan- Cheesy Beer Casserole

23. Minnesota- Wild Rice Hotdish- Wild Rice is a major crop grown in Minnesota, one of the most agricultural of the 50 states. This casserole recipe is a great mixture of wild rice, meat, and nuts that make for a hearty combination.

24. Mississippi- Broccoli Cheese Cornbread Casserole

25. Missouri- Peanut Butter and Jelly Blondies- Creamy and delicious, these blondies are a great representation of the state that invented peanut butter!

26. Montana- Beef Stew Casserole

27. Nebraska- Ballpark Magic Bars- These delicious layer bars are packed with chocolate, coconut, and popcorn, the state snack of Nebraska.

28. Nevada- Artichoke Parmesan Sourdough Stuffing- Sourdough bread is served all over Nevada and is the most famous food to originate in the state. Enjoy this stuffing made with delicious sourdough bread.

29. New Hampshire- Apple Streusel Bars

30. New Jersey- Baconage Casserole

31. New Mexico- New Mexico Chicken Enchilada

32. New York- New York Crumb Cake

33. North Carolina- Stuffed Pork Chop Casserole

34. North Dakota- Blue Cheese Buffalo Pot Pie

 

Peanut Butter and Jelly Blondies  New York Crumb Cake  Baked Crab Dip

 

Favorite Finds from Ohio to Wyoming

35. Ohio- Buckeye Brownies

36. Oklahoma- Salted Maple Pecan Bars

37. Oregon- Coffee Cake in a Mug

38. Pennsylvania- Amish Pineapple Bars

39. Rhode Island- Cod and Bacon Chowder Bake

40. South Carolina- Ridiculously Easy Southern Succotash Stew

41. South Dakota- Banana Pudding Hokey Pokey Cake

42. Tennessee- Honey Tomato Cheddar Pie- Tomatoes are a staple in Tennessee. Ripe and juicy, these yummy tomatoes pair perfectly with Cheddar cheese in this recipe.

43. Texas- Texas Style Blueberry Cobbler

44. Utah- Funeral Potatoes

45. Vermont- Maple Walnut Blondies

46. Virginia- Lightened Cheddar Grits Casserole

47. Washington- Kate's Martha Washington Company Casserole

48. West Virginia- Pepperoni Pizza Mac and Cheese

49. Wisconsin- Cheesy Cheesy Chili Dog Casserole

50. Wyoming- Cowboy Tater Tot Casserole

 

Buckeye Brownies  Coffee Cake in a Mug  Honey Tomato Cheddar Pie

 

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Seriously? You use a "Martha Washington" recipe to characterize Washington State cuisine? Try a recipe involving grilled salmon - that would be more representative of Washington State than a "Martha Washington casserole". Really?

What about TEX mex says Arizona? lame.

The idea of including an eggplant recipe made with tofu is not representative of Louisiana.

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