• Join Chef Success Today! Get support for your Pampered Chef business today! Increase your sales right now! Download 1000s of files and images, view thousands of Pampered Chef support threads! Totally Free!

Today, Gather Recipes for Covered Baker

cwinter474

Veteran Member
Gold Member
Apr 8, 2006
1,183
0
Today, I am going to work diligently at gathering all the recipes for the deep covered baker that I can find and make a booklet. I have so many people that are constantly asking for one that I am going to make my own. I will post it here when I get it complete.

I have most of the ones from the files here. And am going to start searching the posts. Do you have any that you would like me to add? Has anyone already done this and I'm not finding it?

Will check back to this post for recipes.

Wish me luck

Carol
 

babywings76

Legend Member
Gold Member
Jun 19, 2008
7,306
59
Well, there's a couple different booklets in the files. But then you have the additional ideas people have shared here in posts. Plus, you have the microwave recipes people have here, plus on CC. So I think it's great that you're compiling them all together into one document. That's something I keep meaning to do, because right now I send people multiple files, and it would be nice to just have it in one.

Good luck and thanks in advance! :D
 

cwinter474

Veteran Member
Gold Member
Apr 8, 2006
1,183
0
What am I crazy?

I had no idea there were so many recipes posted! Awesome!!! this will HUGE gathering.

Carol
 

Jinkies

Member
Oct 7, 2008
113
0
Yay! That will be awesome to give to people when they purchase a DCB and entice those at shows to purchase. Thank you so much!
 

zmom58

Member
Jul 19, 2006
397
1
Carol,
I too have been searching, but just for the dump cake with the pie filling. There are several variations of just that one recipe, lid off or on, 1 or 2 cans of filling, butter melted or pats on top, completely stirred or lightly stirred, baked or microwaved, variations and fruit and cake mix, and variations of how it is layered. I am making it today for the second time. I will melt the butter this time and stir it gently, not completely like last time, yuck. Have fun with compiling all of the recipes.
We can't wait until you're done.
Deb
 
Last edited:

jwpamp

Veteran Member
Jan 13, 2006
1,646
1
For the Dump Cake, I just put the dry yellow cake mix in the DCB, top with 1 can Pie filling and crumble 1 and 1/2 stick of butter on top.

Microwave, lid on, for 8 minutes, stir and put lid back on, microwave another 3 minutes.

My recipe print outs are attached.
 

Attachments

  • Microwave DCB Recipes.doc
    72 KB · Views: 991
  • Cranberry_Deep_Covered_Baker_Recipes_Generic.doc
    57 KB · Views: 444

cwinter474

Veteran Member
Gold Member
Apr 8, 2006
1,183
0
So far I have 85 differant recipes, not counting all differant variarations. Still hunting....

Here is a list with just the names of the recipes on it. Hope you can enlarge it to read.


Do you have any others?
 

Attachments

  • DCB Recipes.jpg
    DCB Recipes.jpg
    17.8 KB · Views: 397
Last edited:

cwinter474

Veteran Member
Gold Member
Apr 8, 2006
1,183
0
I've got a new scanner and I'm having trouble enlarging and posting. Will get it fixed ASAP.

Sorry
 

ChefPaulaB

Veteran Member
May 19, 2008
1,386
1
This isn't really a recipe, too easy to count as a recipe, but it was really good. I had some leftover frozen meatballs, so I threw those in the DCB and then covered with spaghetti sauce and put in the micro for about 10-15 minutes and then put them on hoagie buns with a little mozzerella cheese and had meatball subs for dinner! They were really good and easy and can be made with stuff that I had on hand. DH loved them!
 

ChefBeckyD

Legend Member
Gold Member
Sep 20, 2005
20,466
33
This isn't really a recipe, too easy to count as a recipe, but it was really good. I had some leftover frozen meatballs, so I threw those in the DCB and then covered with spaghetti sauce and put in the micro for about 10-15 minutes and then put them on hoagie buns with a little mozzerella cheese and had meatball subs for dinner! They were really good and easy and can be made with stuff that I had on hand. DH loved them!

May not be a recipe - but it's the kind of idea that our customers love to hear!
I buy the Jenni-o turkey meatballs all the time, and hadn't thought of this!

This would be another meal in less than 15 minutes! Serve it with a salad or some fruit (which could easily be thrown together while the meatballs are in the micro!), and you have a healthy meal!

I'm going to add this to the list of easy meals that I share with my customers - thanks for the great idea, Paula!
 

ChefPaulaB

Veteran Member
May 19, 2008
1,386
1
As we were eating them with our french fries, I was thinking that I should try it with turkey meatballs and try to make it a little healthier and skipping the french fries (which really weren't that good) and adding a salad would've been perfect! Now if we could just find a good fat free hoagie, we'd be all set! We could probably at least find a wheat one.
 

cwinter474

Veteran Member
Gold Member
Apr 8, 2006
1,183
0
Meatball Hoagies are added on, that one my hubby would love.

Can anyone read the list I posted? I never could get it to post larger
 

pamperedharriet

Legacy Member
Jul 21, 2005
4,172
1
This isn't really a recipe, too easy to count as a recipe, but it was really good. I had some leftover frozen meatballs, so I threw those in the DCB and then covered with spaghetti sauce and put in the micro for about 10-15 minutes and then put them on hoagie buns with a little mozzerella cheese and had meatball subs for dinner! They were really good and easy and can be made with stuff that I had on hand. DH loved them!

What an awesome idea instead of throwing them in the crockpot! Great for fast/impromptu meal/appetizer!
 

wadesgirl

Legend Member
Gold Member
Jul 25, 2007
11,440
34
My director told me about corn on the cob. I think she fit 10 ears of corn with 1/4 cup of water. I think she said 10-15 minutes.

I have two tri-fold documents that were passed down to me, I'll email them to you when I get home.
 

ChefPaulaB

Veteran Member
May 19, 2008
1,386
1
I think that I'd like to try a breakfast casserole in the DCB... I made one in a crockpot over night while camping and it was okay, needed some tweaking, but remembering to throw it all together after sitting around the campfire drinking adult beverages was a little much and the smell in the morning in a motor home was a little overwhelming and it cooked a little too long I think, but I think if I did the same thing in the DCB in the microwave it would be about perfect... I just layered thawed frozen hash browns, then I think meat (I used ham, could've used a little more grease for moisture so I think next time I would use sausage or bacon), then cheese and then eggs and then cook... So, I'm thinking in the DCB micro maybe 20 minutes, I'm not sure, would have to experiment... I'll let you know when I do it how it turns out...
 

cwinter474

Veteran Member
Gold Member
Apr 8, 2006
1,183
0
Just an update, should have this posted by weeks end.

Also want to thank EVERYONE who has posted recipes that they have used on this site. I pulled ALL the recipes from here and peoples personal websites. My plan is to have these printed and I'm going to put them into a folder, like is one sale everywhere in the back to school areas. And offer them FREE with purchase of DCB

Thanks Again

Carol
 

diradt

Member
Mar 3, 2009
119
0
Thank you so much Carol. I offer this currently to my customers who buy the DCB but I only have one set of documents. I am sure yours will be more complete! Thanks for sharing the products of your hard work!
 

cwinter474

Veteran Member
Gold Member
Apr 8, 2006
1,183
0
Thank you so much Carol. I offer this currently to my customers who buy the DCB but I only have one set of documents. I am sure yours will be more complete! Thanks for sharing the products of your hard work!

Awe, your so nice. It's really no big deal. I love to share and really it's just a gathering of items already posted. But thanks anyways.

Now if I could just get my stupid computer to be nice and do what I want it to do. It doesn't like to play nice or share information. This would be all over, I have about 1/2 of it done.

Carol
 

babywings76

Legend Member
Gold Member
Jun 19, 2008
7,306
59
I'm bumping this thread.

Carol, have you had any luck with this compilation? Just wondering cause I would love to have this as a complete file to give out and have handy to reference.

Can you post it if you have it? Pretty, pretty please? :D
 

Grandmarita

Advanced Member
Gold Member
Nov 9, 2005
914
0
I will keep looking back here for your finished project. Especially, with the Sept. Stoneware specials coming up. Thanks in advance for your efforts.

My favorites to include that are PC recipes would include: Mexican Lasagna, Bread Pudding from the Fall 2006 SB, I think; 30 Minute Chicken; Jamacian Pork Tenderloin; and a Chicken fillet and Wild Rice combination with a can of Cream of Chicken or Mushroon soup.
 
Aug 10, 2009
12
0
I made a pineapple upside down cake in the DCB last night. I put pats of butter and 1/2 c. brown sugar on bottom, then pineapple rings with cherries in the holes. Then I took a pineapple supreme cake mix and a can of crushed pineapple and mixed well. Poured that over the pineapple rings and covered. Cooked for 15 minutes in microwave. It was really good. Once it was very cool I used a spatula and took pieces out. When inverted it looked like real pineapple upside down cake.
 

cwinter474

Veteran Member
Gold Member
Apr 8, 2006
1,183
0
Don't give up on me! This will be posted in time for September! I'm not nearly as talented with MS Word as I thought I was and it is kicking my butt. I am enlisting the help of a fellow consultant and I am going to "Get 'er Done"
 

cwinter474

Veteran Member
Gold Member
Apr 8, 2006
1,183
0
ok here it is,

I have not yet got a title page. And I choose not to number the pages or recipes so that we could add to them as new ones come out. They are in ABC order.

Please be kind, I worked really hard on this.

34 pages with at least 80+ recipes


File now includes, meatball hogies, salmon and pineapple upside done

"""File is corrected, spell checked, and grammer corrected"""""
As of August 14th, 10:30pm central time



SEE POSTING #98 ON PAGE 5, FOR MOST CURRENT FILE
 
Last edited:

krley

Novice Member
Gold Member
Oct 25, 2007
47
0
Here's one for salmon I did the other day. I started w/ a recipe I found online and modified it to be my own. Unfortunately I was out of PC dill when I did this so I used regular dill. May need to adjust spices w/ PC dill.

1.5 lb salmon filet cut into 4 pieces
arrange in DCB
microwave at 50% power for 5 min (no lid)
brush the sauce on w/ PC silicone brush
microwave at 50% for another 5 min.

I used this for the sauce:
1/2 c mayo
1 tsp dill
1 tsp lemon juice
1/4 tsp pepper
1/4 tsp salt
 

cochef

Veteran Member
Gold Member
Jul 8, 2007
1,027
18
What a fantastic job - thank you so much!!
I have a couple of questions - some of the recipes call for the Deep Dish Baker. Can the Deep Covered Baker be used instead, and have you tried the microwave for the ones that say to use the oven? Just wondering if they turn out better in the oven.
 

cwinter474

Veteran Member
Gold Member
Apr 8, 2006
1,183
0
Here's one for salmon I did the other day. I started w/ a recipe I found online and modified it to be my own. Unfortunately I was out of PC dill when I did this so I used regular dill. May need to adjust spices w/ PC dill.

1.5 lb salmon filet cut into 4 pieces
arrange in DCB
microwave at 50% power for 5 min (no lid)
brush the sauce on w/ PC silicone brush
microwave at 50% for another 5 min.

I used this for the sauce:
1/2 c mayo
1 tsp dill
1 tsp lemon juice
1/4 tsp pepper
1/4 tsp salt

Will add this on, thanks!
 

cwinter474

Veteran Member
Gold Member
Apr 8, 2006
1,183
0
What a fantastic job - thank you so much!!
I have a couple of questions - some of the recipes call for the Deep Dish Baker. Can the Deep Covered Baker be used instead, and have you tried the microwave for the ones that say to use the oven? Just wondering if they turn out better in the oven.

I substitute the Deep Covered Baker all the time.

I have not personally tried all the recipes yet, I would think you could use the microwave instead, you would just have to watch your time.

by the way,

Your Welcome!
 

cwinter474

Veteran Member
Gold Member
Apr 8, 2006
1,183
0
I made a pineapple upside down cake in the DCB last night. I put pats of butter and 1/2 c. brown sugar on bottom, then pineapple rings with cherries in the holes. Then I took a pineapple supreme cake mix and a can of crushed pineapple and mixed well. Poured that over the pineapple rings and covered. Cooked for 15 minutes in microwave. It was really good. Once it was very cool I used a spatula and took pieces out. When inverted it looked like real pineapple upside down cake.

I will add this one on in the morning! yumm
 

cwinter474

Veteran Member
Gold Member
Apr 8, 2006
1,183
0
This isn't really a recipe, too easy to count as a recipe, but it was really good. I had some leftover frozen meatballs, so I threw those in the DCB and then covered with spaghetti sauce and put in the micro for about 10-15 minutes and then put them on hoagie buns with a little mozzerella cheese and had meatball subs for dinner! They were really good and easy and can be made with stuff that I had on hand. DH loved them!

forgot to add this one. will do tomorrow.....sorry
 

tmseiling

Novice Member
Apr 30, 2009
29
0
Thank you so much for this, I was going to start doing this on my own and you have already done it:)

This will make my customers happy.
 

cwinter474

Veteran Member
Gold Member
Apr 8, 2006
1,183
0
I've updated the file twice now, so if you have downloaded it already. It is differant now. Contains like 5 more recipes.
 

pampcheflisa

Advanced Member
Gold Member
Jan 11, 2008
685
0
AWESOME!!!!
This is fabulous!!!! Thank you for your hard work!

P.S ~ I really hope that PC is working on an "official" DCB cookbook!
 
Top