i got this recipe from healthy appetite with ellie krieger and adapted it to use ingredients that i normally have on hand. i used frozen strawberries(thawed and sliced), as it wasn't strawberry season and mini semi-sweet chocolate chips and it was wonderful!!! could make it even lighter by using low or no-fat cream cheese, light bread and egg substitute.
this is a terrific cookie that i got at a pampered chef party. it is delicate but full of flavor. the variations are wonderful as are the mix ins. it is a great way to get several different cookies from one recipe.
this is my great aunt's famous sugar cookie recipe! they're her signature, and she brings them to every family gathering. i know there are a ton of other sugar cookie recipes on zaar, but i didn't see any quite like this. they're scrumptious! she told me
"glorious pumpkin shells summon up the delights of autumn and seem too good to throw away. use one instead as a serving dish. pumpkin and pasta make marvelous partners, especially as a main course served from the baked shell." from 'best-ever cook's colle
i need to buy balsamic vinegar by the gallon, it is wonderful. this is a nice refreshing salad for summer cookouts. it was printed in the summer medical booklet dh's prescription service publishes. hope you enjoy it.
adapted from the 1961 better homes & gardens dessert cookbook, and tweaked for extra goodness. it's incredibly easy, and tastes just as good as regular cheesecake. only uses 8 ounces of cream cheese, so it's convenient, too.
i'm not much of a broccoli fan, but my 8 yr old daughter is. (go figure!) i found this tucked into a bunch of recipies my sister gave me and gave it a try. wow was it good!! very creamy and quite tasty i must say! not to mention easy easy easy!!
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