both of my daughters had to submit chocolate recipes for a 5th grade mothers day cookbook project. there were a lot of really good ones, but my favorite ended up being two separate recipes that i combined and then added my own touches to. you might think this is way too runny to work, but it ends up wonderful!
these are really close to the real thing. my family was in heaven! they're great for dinner, football parties, or kid's birthday parties. i'm not real fond of white castle myself but i gobbled these up. note: to freeze: assemble hamburgers less the cond
decadent and healthy at the same time!!!! this light and satisfying sauce will compliment fresh berries, cake, ice cream or what ever you want to drizzle it over. reduce the sugar and just eat it plain. ooooh!!! maybe over waffles or pancakes.
this version is slightly different from those already on zaar, so i thought i would share. i found this tucked in my great aunt's recipe box. she clipped it from her local paper. according to the recipe clipping, the person who shared the recipe won a can
bell peppers, peanut butter and coconut team beautifully with fragrant indian spices to form a delicious vegetarian dish. serve with rice or parathas for a light meal, or as one of several dishes in an indian feast . to make ginger-garlic paste, peel and
i got this from the real simple magazine. it turned out great, and was a big hit with my company. it is very easy to make, tasty and a little different than your typical lasagna. i am a huge fan of broccoli and was excited to try this. i decided to post i
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