Home & Garden Party Recipe Ideas for Pottery and Bakeware by 4c9v39jh

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									 Home & Garden Party Recipe Ideas for Pottery and Bakeware
                                            Chip N Dip Set Ideas
  ( Chip N Dip Set is available as a Hostess Benefit Only—so schedule a party to earn one FREE)

**Brownies (cook brownies as you would in a glass 8x8 baker)
**Cornbread (cook as you would in a glass baker)

Homemade Deep Dish Pizza
 Ingredients:
    2 rolls of regular canned biscuits or make pizza crust with a packaged mix
    Pizza Sauce
    Cheese
    Your choice of toppings
 Directions:
     Spray chip n dip with cooking spray. Using hands, smash biscuits into chip n dip to form the
     crust. Put on your pizza sauce. Put on your toppings and cheese. Bake using directions on
     biscuit can (oven temp and time—may need a little more time depending on the number of
     toppings you put on pizza)

Apple Crisp
 Ingredients:
    2 cans of apple pie filling*
    1 box of spice cake mix*
    1 stick of butter, sliced into very thin slices
 Directions:
    Spray chip n dip with cooking spray. Pour both cans of filling into chip n dip. Sprinkle whole box
    of dry cake mix onto pie filling. Place thin slices of butter all over the cake mix. Bake at 350
    degrees for 30-40 minutes.
  *can use any combination of pie filling and cake mix—cherry with choc cake mix, blueberry with spice cake, etc.

Cheesy Potatoes
  Ingredients:
     Hashbrowns (1 or 2 bags depending on your needs)
    Tub of sour cream (2 if using two bags of potatoes)
     1 can cream of chicken soup (2 cans if using two bags of potatoes)
     Shredded cheese
  Directions:
     Stir up first three ingredients into chip n dip. If using one bag of potatoes, cook at 350 degrees
     for 30-40 minutes. If using two bags of potatoes, cook two hours at 350 degrees. Cover with
     shredded cheese the last 20 minutes of cooking time to melt & brown.




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          Kathy M. Hemme, Gold Designer; Home & Garden Party                        *     816-729-0268
   E-mail: khemme-hgp@sbcglobal.net * www.homeandgardenparty.com * Web ID: KathyHemme2041
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Pastromi Cheese Ball
 Ingredients:
     8 oz cream cheese
     8 oz sour cream
     ½ tsp garlic powder
     1 sm onion (chopped)
     1 pkg pastrami
 Directions:
     Combine all ingredients and refrigerate. Serve with crackers in Chip & Dip.

Spice Cake
 Ingredients:
     1 15-oz can solid pack pumpkin
     1 spice cake mix
 Directions:
     Mix together (batter will be thick). Put into Chip & Dip. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes.
     Delicious with cool whip, applesauce, lemon topping, or just plain. Cookies can be made from
     the same batter.

Chocolate Cake
 Ingredients:
     1 15-oz can solid pack pumpkin
     1 chocolate cake mix
 Directions:
     Mix together (batter will be thick). Bake in Chip & Dip for 20-25 minutes at 350 degrees. Be
     sure to spray chip & dip so it doesn’t stick. Chip & Dip will keep cake warm while serving. You
     can also sprinkle it with powdered sugar before serving.

Taco Dip
 Ingredients:
     16 oz can refried beans
     16 oz sour cream
     16 oz salsa
     shredded cheddar cheese
     black olives (sliced)
     onions (chopped)
 Directions:
     Layer the ingredients in your chip & dip. Garnish with the olives and onions. So easy and so
     good!

Taco Ring
 Ingredients:
      1 pound hamburger
      1 15 oz can refried beans
      1 pkg taco seasoning (ignore the directions)
      2 containers crescent rolls (regular size is best)
      Shredded cheese
      Taco fixings (lettuce, tomato, olives, sour cream, etc)
                                        Provided by:
          Kathy M. Hemme, Gold Designer; Home & Garden Party            *    816-729-0268
   E-mail: khemme-hgp@sbcglobal.net * www.homeandgardenparty.com * Web ID: KathyHemme2041
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 Directions:
      Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Brown hamburger and drain. Add refried beans and package of
      taco seasoning (no water needed). Heat until warm. Set aside. In a chip n dip or on a baking
      stone, arrange all but 4 of the crescent rolls in a circle with wider end in center (leave a small
      circle open in the middle). Using a scoop, place a scoop of the mixture onto the wider end of
      the crescent rolls, leaving some of the mixture for the center section to be made next. Take
      other end and fold over the mixture to cover slightly. Arrange the remaining 4 rolls in a small
      circle in the center. Scoop in remaining meat mixture. Fold over the ends, poking down into the
      center. Sprinkle shredded cheese over the top of the rings. Place in oven for 25 minutes (or
      until GOLDEN brown on the top to assure all of the dough is cooked). Serve with all the taco
      fixings.

Cream Cheese Danish
 Ingredients:
     8 ounces whipped cream cheese
     1 can pie filling (any kind—apple, cherry, strawberry, peach, blackberry)
     2 cans crescent rolls (regular size)
     Cream cheese icing (optional)
 Directions:
     Arrange the crescent rolls just like you would the taco ring, except put cream cheese on each
     crescent roll (instead of the meat mixture) and then put the topping on top of it. Fold over the
     ends to cover the filling and then repeat in the center of the ring, just like the taco ring. Bake at
     350 degrees for 25 minutes (or until GOLDEN brown). Let cool and then put some cream
     cheese icing on top (optional). You can use sugar-free items or reduced sugar to limit calories!

                                         Baking Stone Ideas
Use for everything you would use a cookie sheet for. Just follow the directions on the packaging.
Here are some examples…

French Fries
Pizza
Cookies
Bread
Biscuits
Cinnamon Rolls
Rolls
Onion Rings
Tator Tots
Pizza Rolls
…AND MUCH MORE!!

Quickie Turnovers
 Ingredients:
     1 roll Crescent Rolls
     1 can fruit pie filling (apple, cherry or peach)
     Glaze


                                        Provided by:
          Kathy M. Hemme, Gold Designer; Home & Garden Party                *    816-729-0268
   E-mail: khemme-hgp@sbcglobal.net * www.homeandgardenparty.com * Web ID: KathyHemme2041
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Directions:
     Follow package directions regarding crescent rolls. Place a teaspoon or so filling at the wide
     end of the roll. Roll as directed. Bake on the round stone prepared with a non-fat cooking spray
     in a 350 degree oven. Mix powdered sugar and milk until you have a glaze. Drizzle over
     turnovers.

Taco Supreme
 Ingredients:
     2 cans crescent rolls
     ½ pound ground beef
     onion & peppers to taste, chopped fine
     ¼ - ½ package Taco Seasoning
     Sour cream, lettuce, tomato, black olives to garnish
 Directions:
     On your round baking stone, arrange crescent rolls wide ends together to form a ring. With
     second can of rolls, do the same, beginning with the narrow end of rolls. This will form a
     rectangle of dough. Brown ground beef, onion and peppers. Add taco seasoning to taste.
     Arrange ground beef on ring of rolls. Bring excess dough up to cover ground beef. Bake at 350
     degrees until golden brown. Arrange garnish on top of ring ending with sour cream. Add your
     favorite salsa.

Garlic Cheese Biscuits
 Ingredients:
     2 c biscuit mix
     ½ c water
     ¾ c grated cheese
     ½ stick butter, melted
     garlic powder to taste
     Italian seasoning to taste
 Directions:
     Mix biscuit mix, water and cheese together. Form into balls and place on round baking stone.
     Melt butter and stir in garlic powder and seasonings. Brush over rolls. Bake at 350 degrees for
     8-10 minutes.

                                         Bean Pot Ideas
Taco Soup
 Ingredients:
     1 lb hamburger (cooked and drained)
     1 28-oz can kidney beans
     1 28-oz can diced tomatoes
     1 14-oz can corn
     1-2 pkgs taco seasoning
     Sour cream
     Shredded cheese
     Chopped onions


                                       Provided by:
         Kathy M. Hemme, Gold Designer; Home & Garden Party            *    816-729-0268
   E-mail: khemme-hgp@sbcglobal.net * www.homeandgardenparty.com * Web ID: KathyHemme2041
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Directions:
     Dump first 5 ingredients into your Bean Pot and stir. Cook in microwave for 20 minutes. Serve
     with sour cream, cheese and onion.

Best Ever Meatballs
 Ingredients:
     1 bag frozen Italian meatballs
     1 sm jar grape jelly
     1 jar barbeque sauce (your favorite brand)
     1 can cream of mushroom soup
 Directions:
     Thaw meatballs. Mix all ingredients together in your Bean Pot and bake for 1 hour at 350
     degrees. Will stay hot in Bean Pot until you are ready to serve and clean up is a breeze.

B-B-Q Pork Roast
 Ingredients:
     2-3 lb. Pork Roast
     1 onion (chopped)
     2 c. ketchup
     1 can of Coke
 Directions:
     Put everything into Bean Pot and bake in over for approximately 3-4 hours (or all day) at 350
     degrees. Then shred the roast with a fork to make shredded pork for sandwiches—so tender
     and delicious!

Italian Pork Tenderloin
  Ingredients:
      3 lb Pork Tenderloin
      Baby Red Potatoes (cleaned and cut in half)
      Bottle of Italian Dressing
  Directions:
      Place tenderloin and potatoes into Bean Pot. Cover with Italian Dressing. Bake in oven for 3-4
      hours at 350 degrees. So tender will shred easily with fork and is a great meal!!

Sally’s Applesauce
 Ingredients:
     6-8 apples (use 3-4 different kinds, peel, core and chop)
     ¾ c sugar
     ¾ c water
     1 tsp cinnamon (to taste)
 Directions:
     Put everything into Bean Pot and cook in oven overnight at 250 degrees. Should mash really
     easily.




                                       Provided by:
         Kathy M. Hemme, Gold Designer; Home & Garden Party            *    816-729-0268
   E-mail: khemme-hgp@sbcglobal.net * www.homeandgardenparty.com * Web ID: KathyHemme2041
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Pot Roast
 Ingredients:
     2-3 lb beef roast
     1 pkg dry onion soup
     4 carrot sticks (chopped)
     6 potatoes (chopped)
     2 c water (add more if needed)
     ¼ tsp salt
     1/8 tsp pepper
 Directions:
     Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place roast in bean pot, add onion soup, salt, pepper & water.
     Cook for 1 hour. Add carrots and potatoes. Bake for another 1-2 hours until roast and
     vegetables are tender. Servings 4-6.

 Shredded Chicken
  Ingredients:
    2-3 pounds of skinless, boneless chicken breasts
    1 can 7-up
    2 can Cream of Chicken Soup (regular size)
    Bread Crumbs
    Rice (cook separately)
  Directions:
    Put uncooked chicken into bean pot. Cover with 1 can soup and 7-up. Cook at 350 degrees for
    about 3 hours. Then mash with fork and add 1 can soup and bread crumbs. Serve over rice or
    on buns (whatever you want to do with it). YUMMY!

 Pot Roast to DIE for!
  Ingredients:
    3-lb beef roast
    1 pkg dry brown gravy mix
    1 pkg dry Italian dressing mix
    1 pkg dry Ranch dressing mix
    1 cup water
  Directions:
    Place roast in bean pot. Mix all dry mixes thoroughly with water and pour over roast. Replace lid
    and cook at 325 degrees for 3-4 hours. Serve with rice, noodles or potatoes. It’s truly to die for!

Corn on the Cob
Just take about 6 ears of corn and put into the bean pot. Fill about 1 inch with water (do not need to
cover the corn). Put lid on and microwave for about 13-15 minutes. Corn will be nicely steamed and
tender!

Mashed Potatoes
Diced potatoes into bean pot. Chop up onions put on top. Season with Salt and Pepper. Put about ½
inch water in bottom of bean pot. Put on lid and microwave for 20 minutes. Drain off any excess water
(if desired), put back in the bean pot. Add stick of butter and milk if desired. Use mixer in bean pot to
mash the potatoes, serve in bean pot.

                                        Provided by:
          Kathy M. Hemme, Gold Designer; Home & Garden Party              *    816-729-0268
   E-mail: khemme-hgp@sbcglobal.net * www.homeandgardenparty.com * Web ID: KathyHemme2041
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                                    Other HGP Cookware Ideas
Death by Chocolate Cake
 Ingredients:
     1 chocolate cake mix containing pudding
     3 eggs
     1 16 oz sour cream
     ½ c chocolate chips
     powdered sugar
 Directions:
     Dump all ingredients (but powdered sugar) into #99965 Large Serving Bowl and mix (may be
     pretty thick). Place #99964 platter over the bowl upside down and cook in microwave for 15
     minutes. Let cook for 5 minutes then turn over the platter. Sprinkle with powdered sugar and
     serve. DELICIOUS!!!

Dump Cake
 Ingredients:
      1 box cake mix (any kind, prefer with pudding inside)
      1 can pie filling (any kind)
      2 eggs
 Directions:
      Mix all ingredients (do not follow instructions on cake mix box, just need the powdered mix) in
      H&GP serving bowls (or any microwavable bowl). Flatten somewhat on top and scrap off sides
      of the bowl. Cover with a microwavable safe plate and microwave on HIGH for 13 minutes.
      Check with knife down center to see if done. Let cool about 5 minutes and dump onto a plate.
      Drizzle with powedered sugar, chocolate or caramel syrup or icing.

Pumpkin Cookie Dip
 Ingredients:
     8 oz cream cheese (softened or buy whipped cream cheese)
     15 oz can solid pack pumpkin
     3 oz instant vanilla pudding
     8 oz cool whip
     2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
     1 tsp ground cinnamon
 Directions:
     Using electric mixer, mix cream cheese until smooth. Then add pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice,
     dry pudding mix, and cinnamon. Mix well, then add Cool Whip. Chill. Serve with thin ginger
     cookies, gingersnaps or graham crackers. Great for parties!!

Beer Bread
 Ingredients:
      3 cups of Self Rising Flour
      ¼ cup of sugar
      1 can of beer
 Directions:
      Mix all the ingredients and bake on 350 for 30 – 40 min, depending on size of pan or bowl using. Great
      in our H&GP Loaf Pan.
                                        Provided by:
          Kathy M. Hemme, Gold Designer; Home & Garden Party                 *    816-729-0268
   E-mail: khemme-hgp@sbcglobal.net * www.homeandgardenparty.com * Web ID: KathyHemme2041
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