i was in a search for a great cocoa mix that tasted very similar to the store bought kind. i tried a couple of recipes but they just weren't it. so, i combined a few of them together and came up with this! my family just thinks it is fabulous. you can substitute different flavors of pudding but we find chocolate fudge works the best!
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a friend found this is a pilsbury cookbook a few years back. they can be assembled up to 2 hours ahead and refrigerated (covered tightly). i make these frequently for appetizers when we get together. they are also an interesting addition to a brunch buffe
from "adventures in jewish cooking" by jeffrey nathan. i found this in the paper. cook and serve the next day which i didn't include in the cook time.*variation in "jewish cookery" by leah h. leonard is similar but instead of using rosemary and thyme for
this chicken has the crispiest skin, the most wonderful aroma, and the juciest meat. and, i love the simplicity of it. my friend from lafayette, la heard a chef talk on the radio about how to prepare his favorite roasted chicken and she called me with the
from pampered chef's kids in the kitchen cookbook. simple, only 2 ingredients, but you need an ice shaver. better for you than ice cream. cook time includes freezing time. update: i tried this myself with frozen o.j. and reducing it to 1/4 c with 1 c y
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