Mmmmm I love me some Apple Crisp! I got this recipes from Allrecipes it's one of their highest rated crisps. It deserves the title, it's so yummy! I would say it's a bit sweet so I would cut sugar a little.
Here's the link... http://m.allrecipes.com/recipe/12409/apple-crisp-ii
I love these waffles you have you're ingredients together/mixed up in 10min flat-perfect! They aren't the same as the buttermilk or the yeast variety they are still tasty.
I got this recipe from allrecipes here is the link http://m.allrecipes.com/recipe/22180/waffles-i
I made some slight changes I beat the egg whites separately then folded them in at the end and I also doubled the vanilla. If you're looking for the yummy quick waffle these are great.
My friend recently had a baby and I like to cook to help out a bit on those frantic first weeks!
Lasagna seemed like a good bet but I decided to choose a vegetarian recipe b/c her husband doesn't eat meat.
I found this lasagna quite delicious and flavourful and the big range of vegetables gave it a beautiful flavour profile. Since I was making this for someone else I did a mini ramekin for myself so I could taste it. I completely forgot to take a "baked" pic-whoops! It looked pretty though, I promise!! :)
I used a big range of veg zucchini,carrots,mushrooms, roasted peppers... It is really versatile and there are so many vegetables you can use as long as you stick with the cup range of about 8-10 cups. There are some lovely pics on the site I got the recipe from, those can be found here... http://www.inspiredtaste.net/22401/fresh-vegetable-lasagna-recipe/
This is a Beef Stew I made the other day seemed perfect for all the cold weather we've been having. It's a Canadian Living recipe. Here is the link http://m.canadianliving.com/#!/blog-food/old-fashioned-beef-stew-with-winter-vegetables/4bcbb1b3606215b1fffe1192a2e2bb14
I loved that it had lots of parsnips in it and also a new one for me, rutabaga, it gives a lovely texture to the stew. It also has the regulars; peas, carrots, potatoes. It could have used more salt but that can be pretty individual depending on how salty you're stock is etc. I would suggest using a bit more flour if you like your broth really thick this was a bit looser but still a bit thicker than a soup broth, which I really liked.