many years ago, when microwaves first came out, i took a cooking class downtown vancouver to learn how to cook with this new gadget. i found that i was not particularily fond of cooking meats in the microwave, but i truly did enjoy this wonderfully easy christmas pudding. make this 6 - 8 weeks before christmas. serve with a custard or hard sauce.
this recipe is so simple to throw together, requiring less than 30 minutes, 5 ingredients and one spoon (or spatula). less mess, more time to do what you please! beyond being easy to make this spread is incredibly versatile.slather it on my toast in t
this came from an amish cookbook i've had since 1990. their breads are fabulous and their cinnamon rolls are out of this world. sorry there is no icing recipe included here. they either forgot to submit or it's just their secret !
no need to add extra butter or margarine to the dough recipe, the fat content comes from the cheese. i have used fat reduced cheese, and it turned out fine. for best flavour use sharp or medium cheddar cheese. enjoy! (i didn't add a cook time, because all
this is my favourite version of a british classic. you can't beat beans on toast for a quick, cheap meal! it is important to use heinz baked beans or some other brand that uses tomato sauce as the base, not barbecue sauce as is the american standard. most
these are a very soft delicious cookie. i made 8 dz for a cookie exchange at christmas last year and they were a hit. these have to be one of the family's favourite. the first batch was gone in no time. the cream cheese adds a nice flavour to this cookie.
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