These recipe cards are great if you are teaching a class in cooking, culture, measuring, or sequence- or if you just like to cook! Food recipes are great for reading comprehension, technical reading and other differentiated strategies, but I find myself just loving recipes as a hobby.
These are MY recipes: crock pot recipes, easy recipes... all of my favorites. And this growing collection of recipes is editable!
I’ve tried and loved these recipes over the years. I've made notes on them and tweaked them to my taste. My 12-year old son complimented with, “Mom, can you make sure I have all of your recipes before you die?”
That lovely (albeit odd) request led me to begin typing up my recipes.
And since I have an older son who lives half a country away, I decided to make a Christmas gift of a recipe book.
This undertaking was not as easy as it sounds.
I typed, printed, laminated, AND inserted recipes into a recipe book (bought at Michael’s with my 40% off coupon: Score!).
Bonus: All of my own scattered recipes are also laminated and neatly organized.
Extra Bonus: They are ready to assemble for my next child with the click of a button.
Extra Bonus Plus: They are ready to include in my store for gourmands like you!
These recipes are editable. You may not like onions. You may not want the name “Jack’s Potato Soup.” I almost neutralized them, but decided against it. Feel free to click, cut, and “fix” to your liking.
Another way to use these? Print, laminate, stack, and tie with a fancy ribbon for a great TEACHER'S GIFT! It’s inexpensive, easy, and will be treasured!
The recipe cards include:
--Spinach- Stuffing Bites
--The BEST Chicken Salad
--Chinese Chicken Salad
--Chase Pasta Bake
--Braden’s Broccoli Casserole
--Rose’s Microwaved Scalloped Potatoes
--Slow Cooker Macaroni
--Chocolate Chip Fluff
and much, much more!
This product is made with PowerPoint. It is not intended to be viewed; it is intended to be printed. Simply print and clip!
Home Economics is now also called Domestic Science, Domestic Economy, or Home Management.