Open face tomato sandwiches

Open Face Tomato Sandwiches
Recipe for open face tomato sandwiches. An easy, great tasting, finger food for those holiday parties. My friend Jeri made these for Longleaf’s Christmas open house. They were so good I thought I’d be a copy cat and make them for Pickle Patch’s open house. I’m a bit embarrassed about the way they look in the picture. Kinda sloppy. I was just proud I remembered to get a picture at all! They’re really easy. No measuring or anything.
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Ingredients
  1. Mayonnaise
  2. Dijon mustard
  3. Real bacon bits
  4. Tomatoes
  5. White bread
Instructions
  1. Add enough Dijon mustard to mayonnaise to color the mayo.
  2. Cut bread in circles and spread the mayo mixture on the circles.
  3. Sprinkle with bacon bits and top with tomato slices.
Notes
  1. Can it get easier than that?
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Krusteaz Pumpkin Pie Bars – Have You Tried Them?

Krusteaz Pumpkin Pie Bar Mix

**This is not a sponsored post. I just wanted to share a new yummy we’ve only just now discovered.

We recently ate at our favorite mom & pop, country cooking, buffet restaurant. Actually it’s usually our Friday night date. This particular time they had the most amazing pumpkin pie for dessert! Pumpkin pie on the top, chewy gingerbread on the bottom. The owner had confessed to putting too much butter in the crust and it was really hard to get out of the pan, but. Oh. My. It was worth the effort! It was sooo good! I fantasized about this dessert for a few weeks. Looked online for the recipe, but wasn’t sure about any of them. Next time we went back, I asked her. And surprise! It was this Krusteaz Pumpkin Pie Bar Mix that she got at Wal-Mart. So I had a bee in my bonnet until I could go and get me some o’ that..

Made our first batch last night. I wanted my crust with too much butter too, but I didn’t know how much was too much and how much was TOO much, so I just went a tablespoon more. That wasn’t enough of too much. Not chewy enough for me, but still really good. The crust calls for 4 tablespoons of buttter/margarine, so if you think you’d like it chewy, try 6 tbs. or maybe even a whole stick of butter.

Serve it hot topped with vanilla ice cream and….. ummmm. I shudder in bliss! I’ll definitely make it for Thanksgiving.

You can go on krusteaz.com to see who sells it in your area. Wal-Mart almost for sure.

Golden Beef Casserole Recipe – Hamburger meat, corn and cheese

Golden Beef Casserole - Ground beef, corn and cheese
This is one of those dishes that doesn’t photograph as well as it tastes. So forgive the picture and imagine the goodness of flavor. It’s quick and easy and can be mixed and cooked in the same dish. The recipe was found in a church cookbook.
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Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
30 min
Total Time
45 min
Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
30 min
Total Time
45 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 lb. ground chuck
  2. 1 can whole kernel corn (drained)
  3. 8 ozs. shredded cheddar cheese
  4. 1 can cream of mushroom soup
Instructions
  1. Brown the meat and drain.
  2. Mix all ingredients and salt to taste.
  3. Cook at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until bubbling.
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