Money Saving Wednesday…Use up Leftovers…Don’t Forget to Enter the Contest

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1/2 cup sour cream
1 cup grated cheddar cheese
4 strips bacon (could be left over also)
1/4 cup chopped green onion
1. Cook bacon and set aside to drain. Cool and dice.
2. Combine 3/4 cup of grated cheese, sour cream and green onions.
3. Combine warm potatoes and cheese mixture
4. Spray muffin tin with cooking spray.
5. Spoon potato mixture into cups making a small well in the center.
6. Sprinkle with remaining cheese and diced bacon.
Bake 325º until warmed through and cheese is browned

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2 teaspoons pickle relish (dill or sweet…try some of both)
1/2 teaspoon prepared mustard
1/4 cup creamy salad dressing (Miracle Whip type)
1. Cut ham into bite sized pieces.
2. Place into food processor, grind on pulse until very coarse.
3. Add pickle relish and pulse a few more times.
4. Combine mustard and salad dressing.
5. Combine ham and dressing and mix well.
Serve on crackers or make old fashioned tea sandwiches. Tea sandwiches are so much fun for a little girls tea party.
Option 2: Leave out relish and serve on toast topped with a poached egg. Really yummy!

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Potato Bar: Slice hot baked potato beginning and ending 1/2 inch from each end. Squeeze inward from the ends forming a bowl. Add meat, grated cheese, sour cream.
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1 Can corn
1 Can diced tomatoes
1 Small can diced chillies
1 Cornbread muffin mix
1 C grated cheese
1. Combine chili, corn, tomatoes with liquid.
2. Place in oven proof dish.
3. Make corn bread according to package directions.
4. Drain chillies and combine with corn bread.
5. Spoon cornbread over chili.
6. Sprinkle with cheese.
7. Bake according to package direction until cornbread is done.

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3 Responses to “Money Saving Wednesday…Use up Leftovers…Don’t Forget to Enter the Contest”

  1. Cherlynn says:

    Oh wish I could go to the Expo but much to far away! Would love to win a book or DVD though! I love your blog and radio show!

  2. Nola says:

    These recipes look yummy. My potato loving daughter will love those Twice “Baked” Potatoes.

  3. Carole says:

    I’ve mixed up batches of dry mixes before and sometimes don’t get around to using them until I am cleaning out the fridge (where I keep them). Just a tip- Make sure you label them with the ingredients and what you’re supposed to add to them (maybe even the book the recipe came from) so you don’t have to wonder! I like the convenience but don’t always remember to use them.

    Also I just cleaned out my cabinets last week and found a rusted out can of pears that was all stuck to the pull out drawer that my husband made for our cabinets- thankfully that drawer contained all the icky mess and I just had to wash off all the other cans and throw out a couple of packages of pasta that were ruined. So another tip- make sure you check your canned goods regularly to avoid these icky surprises!

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