Mom Hundt introduced me to this wonderful dish when John and I first started dating. I have been in love with it ever since. My family is always happy when I make it for them, and your family will be too!
Variations - You can change up the style of pasta from elbow to penne and use different cheeses for different palates – mild cheddars for mild flavor and smoky cheeses for stronger flavors.
On medium heat, melt 1 Tbsp. butter and olive oil. Add onion, fresh thyme until tender and light brown – stirring constantly to avoid burning. Add ¼ C. butter until melted, add flour, salt & pepper to make paste. While stirring, gradually add milk until mixed, then 2 C. of sharp cheddar and 1 C. of white cheddar cheese until melted and thickened. Add cooked macaroni until well mixed. Pour into buttered 1 ½ quart casserole dish. Sprinkle remaining 2 C. of cheese on top of macaroni. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes, or until golden brown on top and bubbly.
These yummy muffins are the perfect to accompany any meal, but are especially wonderful paired with our creamy Mac & Cheese.
Variations - Use your favorite berries, or what is in season, to dictate your berry choices. All of the citrus flavors work wonderfully in this recipe!
Heat oven to 400 derees. Line 12 medium cup muffin pan with liners. Beat egg, stir in milk, orange zest and oil in large bowl. In a medium bowl mix flour, salt, sugar, baking powder, salt and berries. Stir flour mixture into egg milk mixture just until completely mixed. Batter will be lumpy. Spoon in muffin tins. Bake until golden brown, 20-25 minutes. Wait five minutes, remove from pan.
This salad dressing is so flavorful and more healthy than the creamy kinds and it goes with any kind of salad! Have fun putting your favorite vegetables in your salad – remember colorful vegetables and fruits make a lovely presentation!
Wash and dry lettuce. Put all ingredients in a bowl and toss with several spoonfuls of dressing. Taste. Add a sprinkling of salt, pepper, lime juice, or vinegar as needed.
Combine all ingredients in a screw top jar. Put on the jar top, shake to mix.
The Sweetie-licious' staff is thrilled to share some of their treasured family recipes with all of you. So friends, here is to making our lives meaningful, our homes happy and our palates joyous!
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What ambrosia! Worth the trip. Continue blessing people Linda –- Patty (IN)
Best bakery I have experienced! You bring magic to the oven and therefore magic to my belly – Cath (GA)
A very dreamy pie place. –- Nancy & Dick
Everyone brags about the quality/variety of food in New York City, but nothing holds a candle to this place. My only regret is that we didn’t try EVERYTHING! – Jill & Ira (NYC)
Your carrot cake is my favorite food on the planet.
The chocolate filled cupcakes and the red velvet ones are the absolute best in town! I have tried many places in East Lansing and Lansing, and NOTHING compares. They are fabulous!! –- D.C.
I took one of your menus and read from cover to cover and circled everything on it that I want to taste before I die! –- Linda
We live in Los Angeles and the pies there can’t compare! Don’t be surprised if all our friends from California start to show up at your door! -- Martha & Nate (CA)
One hour to drive here. Hope to come back often – no matter the price of gas. The pie is the best!-- Bob & Kathie
Saw your article in an insert in a local small town newspaper given to us by my 92 year old mother. We drove from Cuyahoga Falls, OH (about 268 miles). It was definitely worth the drive!! -- Ray & Mary (OH)
I love this cherry pie. I want it to last forever -- Richard
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I read your article in American Profile. It brought tears to my eyes as it reminded me of my parents shop in Minnesota. –- David
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We saw the article on your shop in our local newspaper The Napa Register. Since we are in Michigan visiting we had to try your pie. It was worth the trip! – Bill & Marianne (CA)
We've talked about stopping at Sweetie Pies all year and look for forward to coming back. What a great stop! -- DALMAC rider
For Christmas this year my daughter decided to leave a Holiday Pie for Santa instead of cookies. She figured if she left the pie she would get more presents from Santa.
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