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UMC foodies from all over the Florida Conference swap and share recipes here. You’ll find secret family recipes, holiday drinks, kiddie snacks and tons more. The list is always growing, so check back often to see what’s cooking!




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We enjoy the barbecue flavor in most meat.

This is a bit different taco, but good.

This is a hearty, fiber-packed meal.

Our sons both used this recipe when in Scouts. They would go on Scout trips and each have the responsibility of preparing a meal for the group. Needless to say, they had to make more than this recipe.

This comes together very fast.

This is an easy side dish to serve instead of potatoes.

Yummy beef on buns. It is worth the wait. Great for Game Day.

Easy and tender.

Serve with noodles or rice.

Homemade, hearty beef stroganoff: perfect for a wintry day.

I call these Cecil's beef tips. Cecil Griffin was a favorite neighbor of ours when I was very young. He was a retired Navy cook, served in WWII. His wife, Olive, brought over some of this one day, and I told Mom to get a bunch of Cecil's recipes. He made his in a covered casserole, baking it in the ...

If you changed the soup from Beefy Mushroom to a vegetarian type, it would be suited to vegetarians.

A favorite in Iowa!

This is a treat with beets, apples and walnuts.

Raspberry preserves gives this a nice taste.

It is for whatever ails you!

A treat for all your coconut lovers!

This is an entirely different cake from Better Than Good, Cake 1.

This is the third Better Than Good Cake and is entirely different from Numbers 1 and 2.

This the last of the 4 Better Than Good cakes. All are different.

This dressing can be made in any amount and will keep well in the refrigerator. Just use equal parts vinegar and oil. (Fewer calories than traditional vinaigrette dressing recipes.)

These can be used instead of shortcake for strawberry season.

This dip is not only quick to make, but delish! Very quick to make if company shows up.

These are great for a vegetarian meal. The pineapple is a different twist to the enchiladas.

We eat these for lunch.

Making this ahead of time enhances the blending of the flavors.

One of my co-workers would bring this dish to our gatherings.

An easy summer salad.

The blue cheese and walnut flavors compliment each other well.

The blue is for blueberries and blue cornmeal.

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