Created in the 1930's, this cake was a way to create dessert without using rationed items such as eggs, milk and butter.
This cake really is a dream! Full of raspberry sweetness and topped with fresh whipped cream, it's absolute heaven.
This vintage recipe from the late 1950's was originally named for the frozen "June" strawberries you could pull out in "January" to make this cake!
Spruce up a vanilla box mix with fresh shredded zucchini, crunchy walnuts and sweet, tender golden raisins!
Baked in delicious broth until golden brown, these iron skillet potatoes are crisp on the outside and tender on the inside.
Throw a handful of ingredients into the slow cooker and enjoy this meal served over rice at the end of a long day!
If you're looking for an easy cake with wow factor, this is it. A cake mix gives you a head start with this blueberry filled treat.
So delicious and truly easy. Doctor up a white cake mix to make these beautiful banana dessert.
Tender and delicious, this crockpot roast is perfect for those busy days when you want a home cooked meal!
If you have a sweet tooth, this copycat cake recipe is for you. Chocolate goodness with gooey marshmallow frosting!
3 ingredients, that's all you need to make a quick pasta salad. Just be sure to leave enough time for chilling!
This popular English dessert has been adapted over the years to fit the American lifestyle. This recipe come straight from my British family.
A quick dinner, a frugal option for young adults, or a simple solution for college students. Ramen Noodle Skillet is the answer!
A colorful bean salad type appetizer that's perfect for scooping up with tortilla chips! Great for a party or get together.
Tender and juicy chicken with a pretzel crust, baked not fried, to crunchy perfection.
If you love homemade bread hot from the oven, making homemade hamburger buns seems like a given!
A beautiful dessert that's equally delicious. Lemon fans will be in love!
This colorful dish is wonderfully satisfying where the protein is the star, the pasta is along for the ride!
No reason to brave the weather outside when you can make your own crunchwrap at home!
Serving a crowd or just love having leftovers to munch on? This big batch of cheesy potatoes topped with crumbled bacon is just what the doctor ordered.
McDonalds Cherry Pie Copycat: Bake these delicious mini pies at home instead of buying the fried version at McDonalds!
This is not the Americanized version of goulash, which uses ground beef. These are tender chunks of chuck roast cooked to perfection.
Here's a frugal dinner that everyone will love. Perfect for chilly winter days.
Chocolate and peanut butter were meant to be together. These bite sized cookie cups are irresistible!
No soggy breading because this dish is made the authentic way. A delicious weeknight dinner that will satisfy your appetite.
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