a recipe that i want to try from rachael ray.
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this is from the wonderful book "vice cream: over 70 delicious dairy-free desserts" by jeff rogers. i have modified it to reduce sugar, but it tastes every bit as "sinful" on a warm slice of fall fruit pie!
these are really tasty and i love that they are baked in the oven rather than pan-fried. i found this recipe in cooking light originally and have made them several times with great success. they freeze well after cooking - i just thaw them and add them to
i wrote this recipe down when my bub was only a few months old, and now she's 1 (well almost!) i made this today for her. it's healthy and so so easy to make. i like that there is no sugar in this recipe however you could choose to sweeten it up a little
first of all, these are not traditional biscuits; they're more like a puffy cracker. the traditional way to beat biscuits was on a tree stump using a hatchet or flat iron. older homemakers sometimes still have the wooden blocks called "biscuit blocks" us
an essential recipe for any southerner who loves shrimp. this is super-easy & fun! it's suitable for 1-50 people or more. the more you cook this recipe, the more variations you'll think of, as they are endless.
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