Take the spook out of deciding what’s for Halloween dinner with this simple ham and cheese crescent mummy!
Serving Size: 8
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It takes flaky crescent rolls, stuffs them with three meats , pizza sauce and cheese and makes it pretty in a cute little ring that makes eating it that much more fun! Perfect for a quick weeknight dinner or perfect for that big game coming up. Whatever you choose to make it for you will be the rockstar!
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Crispy, crunchy tortilla chips covered in gooey, melty cheese, spicy salsa, and creamy beans is the most underrated weeknight dinner out there. Yes, I’m talking about nachos — but not just any nachos. These restaurant-style sheet pan nachos have a secret sauce that coats each and every chip in spiced meat and cheese. This super-smart technique singlehandedly changes the game when it comes to nachos at home.
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This is one of thekitchn.com’s most popular recipes ever, published several years ago for a breakfast bake with bread, pancetta, Gruyere, and eggs. It’s rich, eggy, and unbelievably, incredibly delicious.
And for an added appeal: You throw everything in the dish the night before, allow the bread to soak up the egg-and-milk mixture overnight, and bake it in the morning. But while the make-ahead aspect of this dish is very convenient, you don’t have to make it ahead. You can also throw it together and bake it immediately.
Serves: 6 to 8
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Creamy spinach casserole has always been a favorite at the best steak houses. And they also make a wonderful side dish for your holiday meals. The pimiento cheese flavors give it a uniquely Southern twist. It’s rich, it’s savory, and it has a delicious thick and creamy texture.
Yield: Makes 8 servings
Total time: 1 Hour, 20 Minutes
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Who doesn’t love a nice gooey lasagna on a cold day. This recipe is perfect for a weeknight meal or to a potluck. Just prep everything the night before and pop in the oven to heat up when you need it. Yum.
Prep: 15 min
Cook: 90 min
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