Chicken Crouton Casserole: This Chicken Crouton Casserole recipe has practically made my mother famous. When she brings it to parties, everyone who tries it enjoys it. Every time she serves it to relatives, the plate is empty by the end of the meal.
Sassy Southwest Stuffed Shells: When I was a kid, my mother made this dish frequently. When I found her recipe on an index card, I quickly copied it. I've made relatively few alterations throughout the years to keep that homely feel.
Sausage and Egg Casserole: This dish is the perfect blend of eggs, sausage, toast and cheese. My mom and I enjoy this sausage breakfast casserole because it bakes up soft and golden.
Mother’s Ham Casserole: This gammon casserole recipe, which was a favourite of my mother's, always reminds me of her when I make it. It's an excellent use for leftover gammon from a holiday dinner.
Chicken and Rice Dinner: My family lines up for seconds of this hearty main dish prepared by my mother-in-law, Mary Lou Baumert—an excellent cook! In this quick and delectable recipe, the chicken bakes to a gorgeous golden brown.
Quick Tater Tots Bake: I prefer to cook this Tater Tot dish when I don't have much time before supper. If we have unexpected company, I simply double the recipe and use a 13x9-inch pan. I call it the Please Stay Casserole!
Cheesy Vegetable Casserole: I'm delighted to share this 50-year-old Cheesy Vegetable Casserole recipe. My mother-in-law taught me how to cook. It's one of my family's favourite dinners, and it makes enough for a large gathering or a few people when sliced in half.