found on a spice substitution site.
tired of eating candy-cane joe-joe cookies straight out of the box? try them in this recipe! (note: this year i've also seen peppermint oreos, so you could use those if you don't have a trader joes near you). these delicious, fudge-y brownies are made
got this from a man, a can, a plan cookbook. super easy. we generally add more onions (have used as much as 2 cups) and caramelize them because we love onions and feel like it gives the dish more flavor that way. we also add extra seasonings as cream o
not just for the celiacs! i was skeptical, since the last recipe i tried was gritty, heavy and nasty. these are light, rich and absolutely perfect. i actually like these better than "regular" peanut butter cookies, and from a big fat momma, that's sayin
this is a fabulous buttercream icing with bailey's in it, passed on to me by one of my best friends in texas, who got the recipe from her aunt (and kicked it up a notch with some bailey's!!). beware: this ain't your mama's frosting! this definetly isn't t
this is another recipe that i got from a mother from my son's preschool. i've tried this and it is really easy to make and honestly tastes like home-made "baked all day" stuff! i did tweak it just a bit for our taste -- like by adding molasses...but any
nice change from the usual. note on frozen bananas: we toss overripe bananas directly into the freezer, skin on. they will keep for a few months, however the skins will turn black and they will be mushy when thawed. this is also good when subbing dried ap
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