my sister sent me this recipe. some years ago i had asked her if she still had the recipe for wacky cake that she used to make when i was a little girl. she said that she didn't but then she came across this recipe that she had found in the local newspaper and because it was so similar, she decided to send it to me. this recipe was entered by brenna ekstand from rosetown, sask. into a recipe contest sponsored by fry's cocoa. she found it in her grandmother's handwritten collection.
now here’s a sweet little sweetie that you can mix and cook in the cup and in – alright maybe 1 1/2 minutes tops – you’ll have a cute little cutie for a guilt free snack. (but it’s only 35 seconds in the microwave…so there!) soooo good, for so not a lot
got this recipe from tootsie.com but i haven't tried it yet. looks tasty. let me know how it turns out! i usually use chocolate graham crackers when it calls for chocolate cookie crumbs. makes an almost brownie tasting crust and my family loves it! (cooki
i've had this recipe for years i'm posting it to get values (calories, fat, etc.). the cooking time is the chilling time. the original recipe didn't call for low fat or non-fat cream cheese and sour cream. these changes reduce the fat by about half and i
yogurt, black beans and salsa..doesn't get any tastier than this. this recipe comes from a dannon lid and is always a favorite, even for those "tough guys" that don't like yogurt, mum's the word. if your guests really...really don't like black beans, you
from the all you magazine feb 2008. i'm saving it for future events planned in the spring. i think it would be a great lunch item or even buffet item for parties and holiday gatherings. the article said to try different cheese or swap another veggie de
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