Dinner-Time Favorites from Betty Crocker

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It’s no secret that I make a LOT of sweet treats on this blog, but truth-be-told, I make dinner several times a week and sometimes I love it even more than dessert.

Sometimes.

Lately I’ve been cooking up a lot of savory fare for my friends at Betty Crocker and below are just a few of my favorites from the past few months. To all of my recipes for Betty Crocker, visit my Betty Blogger profile!

Beef Stroganoff Cup Pies–these little pies have all the things I love about beef stroganoff in a handy little pie. Sean took these to lunch every day the week I made them!

Lentil and White Bean Sloppy Joes–Anytime I have a craving for some nostalgic comfort food that can be made quickly, these meat-free sloppy joes happen.

Lighter Buffalo Chicken Salads–We love buffalo wings in our house and could eat them any day of the week. This salad combines the spicy goodness of one of our favorite bar-snacks with the fresh crunch of a salad.

Crunchy Italian Salad with Pita Croutons–if the above salad is any indication, we love a loaded-salad in this house. This one hits all the flavor and textural contrasts I look for in a meal: salty and sharp, sweet and tangy, crunchy, savory, crisp, fresh…it has it all!

Cowboy Spaghetti Bake–As a kid, my hands-down favorite meal was spaghetti. This version is decidedly western with chili powder, bacon, jalapenos, and a melty layer of cheddar.

Cheeseburger Skillet Fries–The day I made these skillet fries was a very good day…I mean, it’s everything you love about a burger and fries, but in a skillet.

 

Disclosure: I was compensated by Betty Crocker for the development of these recipes. As usual, all opinions are my own. 

  1. Love those Beef Stroganoff Cup Pies.. so cute and classic.. You are delivering some meal time realness over on Betty Crockers site.. Love it

  2. Cowboy Spaghetti Bake! YES! I think you’re in my dinner brain because you also have buffalo chicken and a loaded french fry situation in the mix. And those sloppy joes look totally pantry- friendly. These all look great Cindy!

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  4. Hey I was wondering if you could help a girl out? I saw the recipe for those Cheeseburger Skillet Fries over on Betty Crocker, and I really want to make them. But I noticed in the directions it calls for Worcestershire sauce while cooking the ground beef. However, it’s not listed in the ingredients, so I don’t know what amount to use. Help? :)

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