i'm not a great baker, but i have never had a flop with this cake. it is simple to prepare, yet rich, moist and dense, always enjoyed. from readers digest : quick and thrifty cooking
the little babies are so good and so fattening! only because they're deep fried and dipped in caramel. i guess if you wanted to bake them, you could, but it's quicker for me to fry a few when i have a craving. the best way to describe them would be lit
pretty basic but always a hit and i'm always asked to bring this to potlucks and showers! i got this recipe from my friend mandy and i monkeyed with it, as i do with all recipes. since it can be fattening, i do try and use lean/light products and it taste
i love making this recipe and people love polishing it very quickly. i like that you can make it before you need it and clean up the kitchen! then, take it out of the frig and pop it in the oven... et voila! great for covered dish/potluck dinners; travels
all in one dish without the need to cook pasta in a separate pan. it has been a hit with my family. i found this recipe from the family circle magazine and adjusted to meet our family's tastes. they estimated that each serving costs less than $2 per se
delicious blueberry muffins free from gluten, dairy and egg. * tip - if you dust the blueberries with a little gf flour they won't sink to the bottom. * tip - if using paper pans, brush or spray the inside of them with oil first so that you don't l
this is another one that might take a little while to prepare, but the work and wait are well worth the effort! if you can't find a 5 lb. boneless beef chuck roast, 2 smaller ones will work just fine!
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