Quilters' Recipes

Message from Liz & Marianne

Just like you, we are continually frustrated by the age old question, "What's for dinner?" Often we get so carried away with our quilting projects that we don't think about dinner until the family is walking in the door.

This is your opportunity to share quick and easy recipes with other quilters. Tasty recipes that call for a box of this and a box of that or use ingredients that are most likely on our kitchen shelves are always a hit. We also love recipes that we can pop in the oven or crock pot in the morning and then not think about until dinner time. Of course, we would also love the recipe for those wonderful desserts that you serve your quilt group!

If you have a recipe that you would like to share, please send us your recipe and we will post it here for others to enjoy.

Happy Quilting! – Liz and Marianne

Recipes - Other Recipes - Breads

 
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