Grandmas Easy Recipes

While these recipes seem too tasty to be old timey, grandma knows best when it comes to the classics, and these recipes need zero renovation. Watch the video above and scroll below for eight of grandma's …

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These comfort food ideas include top-rated recipes for pot roast, meatloaf, lasagna, chicken noodle soup, apple pie, and so many other old …

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Cookie Jar Gingersnaps. My grandma kept two cookie jars in her pantry. One of the jars, which I now have, always had these crisp and chewy gingersnaps in it. They're still my favorite cookie recipe. My daughter, Becky, used this recipe for a 4-H fair and won a blue ribbon. —Deb Handy, Pomona, Kansas. Go to Recipe.

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There are many versions of the recipe, but we like the easy addition of cornstarch to thicken the soup and give it a rich, golden color. I got the recipe from my grandma’s old cookbook. —Amy Beth Corlew-Sherlock, Lapeer, Michigan. Go to Recipe. 21 / 80. Taste of Home. Chicken Paprikash

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It's one of grandma's recipes that we think she's happy to let us steal. Cheesy Bacon Pasta. This comforting casserole is one of those old fashioned meals that will never go out of style. It's easy to make, full of yummy ingredients like bacon and tomatoes, and perfect in just about any season.

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25 Old Fashioned Recipes Your Grandma (probably) Knew by Heart. My grandma grew up cooking from scratch. It’s all she knew because convenience foods weren’t an option. She learned how to cook from her mother by handfuls and pinches instead of cups and tablespoons. She cooked by memory and by feel.

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Sure, grandma makes a great supper, but a simple piece of toast with peanut butter is just as comforting—and easily one of grandma's favorite recipes. Especially when it's topped with a few slices of fresh apples.

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This is a simple and quick dish and tastes great the next day. Might be good for picky eaters because it does not have a strong taste, but a subtle one. To reheat, add a large tablespoon of milk and microwave.

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Grandma's Easy Shells. Grandma's Easy Shells. Date Published 1999-07-25 ; Recipe Yield 4 servings ; This is a simple and quick dish and tastes great the next day. Might be good for picky eaters because it does not have a strong taste, but a subtle one. To reheat, add a large tablespoon of milk and microwave.

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Grandma’s Best Barbecue Recipes is just what you need when it’s summertime and the livin’ is easy. Time to fire up the barbecue and make some of the best meals possible. It’s such a treat to be able to cook outside and the flavor attained from the barbecue is unequaled by anything you can create in the kitchen.

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Grandma's Chicken 'n' Dumpling Soup I've enjoyed making this rich homemade chicken dumpling soup recipe for more than 40 years. Every time I serve this type of soup, I remember my southern grandma, who was very special to me and was known as an outstanding cook.—Paulette Balda, Prophetstown, Illinois

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“This collection of popular recipes from the 1950s and ’60s contains what you might expect to find in a cookbook from the time or written on weathered index cards in grandma’s recipe box…Gundry has made it easy for theme-party planners to find the necessary recipes all in one place.” —Publishers Weekly

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Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Spray a 9 x 9 inch baking dish with nonstick cooking spray. Arrange peeled and sliced apples in the bottom of the prepared baking dish. Combine water and cinnamon, and pour over apple slices. Work together flour, sugar and butter until it becomes crumbly. Sprinkle mixture over apples.

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At it's best, grandma's home cooking is the ultimate comfort food we all crave. Beloved family recipes passed along from generation to generation carry with them cultures and traditions we can savor in every nostalgic bite, even when the grandmas who created the recipes are not our own.

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Master these classic comfort food recipes, and you're golden in Grandma's eyes... forever! These comfort food ideas include top-rated recipes for pot roast, meatloaf, lasagna, chicken noodle soup, apple pie, and so many other old-school favorites.

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It's one of grandma's recipes that we think she's happy to let us steal. This comforting casserole is one of those old fashioned meals that will never go out of style. It's easy to make, full of yummy ingredients like bacon and tomatoes, and perfect in just about any season. You're going to want to go back for seconds of this recipe.

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