Welcome to Foodie Friday Link Party 93! We have some delicious recipes this week including a filling tater tot casserole, a creamy cucumber salad with dill, old fashioned strawberry pudding, and a no-bake strawberry Jell-O pie.
I love casseroles, especially hearty ones with hamburger, veggies, and tater tots. This dish is not only hearty, but will feed quite a few people and that’s great for families with kids and lots of them. You’re meeting all the needed food groups here and making everyone happy with the delicious meal.
This creamy cucumber salad with dill is a super refreshing side dish that is perfect all summer long. Ya’ll will love the ingredients for this southern dish which include buttermilk, mayo, sour cream and sweet onion, as well as plenty of flavorful dill and a touch of sugar. It’s one amazing side dish you’ll want to eat again and again.
Miz Helen gives step-by-step instructions for making this old fashioned strawberry pudding and she said, “I love the comfort that most old fashioned desserts bring.” And, this is one of those comforting desserts that is perfect for picnics, church potlucks, family gatherings, and so much more.
We are featuring another delicious strawberry dish, a No-Bake Strawberry Jell-O Pie. The recipe only calls for four ingredients but makes a creamy and delightful pie that everyone will love. Plus, it’s so colorful that it will be the centerpiece at any party.
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Hi there! I’m Julie Pollitt from ‘Back To My Southern Roots.’ My love for cooking started way back on my grandparents’ farm in Tennessee. Those sunny days, the smell of biscuits in the oven, and all the family fun really sparked my passion for cooking. On my blog, I share more than just recipes – they’re like stories from my life, full of Southern warmth and homey goodness. The best part? Whether you’re just starting out or you’re a kitchen pro, you’ll find my recipes super easy to whip up. So, come on, pull up a chair, and let’s make some delicious memories!