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Baked Pasta Recipe

There used to be a product called Prego Pasta Bake. From all the reviews I’ve read, it was a big hit and I thought so too. Unfortunately, Campbell’s has discontinued it with no replacement in sight. So, I had to improvise. Here’s my version of their recipe.


1 package (16 oz.) of uncooked ziti or rotini or other round noodles (do not use lasagna or other long, flat noodles)Baked Pasta

1 jar of 26 oz. pasta sauce

3 1/2 cups of water

2 cups (8 oz.) of shredded mozzarella cheese


Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Mix uncooked pasta, pasta sauce, and water in 13″ x 9″ baking dish. Cover tightly with foil. Bake for 30 minutes. Stir pasta well, then top with cheese. Bake uncovered for 10 minutes or until pasta is tender. This recipe yields about 8 servings.

To round out the meal, add salad and garlic bread. And depending on your mood, maybe some wine (for the adults, of course).

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25 comments October 12th, 2006

Easy Garlic Bread


1 loaf of fresh French bread

1 stick of butter

A little bit of garlic salt


Cut bread into 1 inch slices. Then put on tray in toaster oven and toast. While bread is toasting, microwave the stick of butter in liquid measuring cup until completely melted. When bread is finished toasting, pour melted butter over each slice and sprinkle with garlic salt. Remove garlic bread from tray and serve immediately.

(If you don’t have French bread and need a quick substitute, try using hamburger buns.)

So far, my garlic bread has been a big hit. Maybe it will be a big hit with your family.

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2 comments October 5th, 2006

Berry Dip Recipe

About six years ago, one of my friends gave me this recipe. It’s fast. It’s easy. And it tastes great.

Ingredients:Berry Dip

1 tub of cool whip

1 container of strawberry or raspberry yogurt

A little bit of strawberry or raspberry syrup (optional)


Mix cool whip and yogurt together. Then mix in syrup to add color and flavor (This step is optional). Cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.

This dip with a platter of fresh berries is great for any occasion.

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3 comments September 26th, 2006

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