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The Tater Tot Casserole Cookbook: Great Casserole Recipes with Bonus Dessert Recipes Kindle Edition
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A surprise was that about 10 recipes are for desserts (they don't include tater tots). I was expecting 40 tater tot recipes, but I guess 'yummy' recipes don't have to be tater tot recipes even in a tater tot cookbook.
There are no photos in the book, however that is common with many Kindle cookbooks.
The book was co-authored (given credit in About the Authors, but not on the cover page) by a 15 year old family friend. I liked that, and it reminded me while reviewing that the cookbook could be used and recipes enjoyed by the whole family.
McLoughlin has a funny way of writing as she includes a bit of humor when writing:
"One night while trying to fall asleep, my husband and i came up with some goofy names for the classic tater tot.
If you want to learn some of the other cute names they came up with you'll have to buy the book.
Some of the recipes you'll find in her cookbook include:
Some dessert recipes included in her cookbook include:
Heavenly Sinful Bars
You will find an interactive table of contents making navigation easy.
You might like these recipes or not, it is impossible not to like the author.
There is a large variety of recipes. They are all very fast and very easy. You could even replace potatoes with lentils or rice for a change (add 2 cups water for 1 cup rice).
There is a lot calories involved, as the basis is often 1 can evaporated milk, 1 can soup, 2 lb potatoes. 2 cups cheese: it is already 2,000 cal. without the meat. So you have to remember that you should feed a family of six with this: it goes down to 300+ cal/person. Just remember to measure your portion reasonably.
The price is what I like best. For most recipes, you can get away with $2.00 per person or less, cheap enough for a hearty meal.
Remark: These recipes would be just as good without adding salt, most ingredients are already salted.
So then we're off to recipes that include Asparagus Chicken, Bacon Cheeseburger, Barbie-Q, Broccoli Turkey, Buffalo Bleu Cheese Chicken, Fish Stick Surprise, Sloppy Joe, Vegetarian, Mexican, Italian, Pizza, Hot Dog, and ends up with dome outrageous desserts such as Chocolate Suicide, Heavenly Sinful Bars, Nana's No Bake Cookies, and more.
The book may be naughty to nutrition, but then everyone deserves a break - like indulging in some gelato towards midnight on a hot summer night. The recipes are well spelled out with caution listed as to ingredients and preparation. No this book will not pass you physical trainer's approval list or your dietician's OK list, but every now and then....a little break won't hurt. Just think `fast' for a day. or increase workout time for a day, or just simply don't worry about a little occasional falling off the wagon. It is a fun book, even if it is nutritiously naughty. Grady Harp, August 13