ohhh soooo goood! i got this recipe out of a bhg "hometown cooking" cook booklet. to crush the wafers for the crust, you can process them in a food processor or place in a plastic bag and roll a rolling pin over the bag.
this is a lovely pasta dish with a creamy sauce. shrimp and snow peas complement each others flavors very well. shortcut note: i keep pesto frozen in my freezer to make this. i put the veggies in a handheld strainer and poach them in the same pot as
i love this for breakfast on a weekend. however, because of the fat and calories, i don't indulge too often. i'm not real sure about the amount of servings, but i believe it could yield at the least 5 servings.
i did not create this one, i wish i could take the credit for it though! i found this recipe on a coupon for eagle brand sweetened condensed milk. it's quick to make and so yummy! and obviously any sweetened condensed milk works! it's tart from the lemon
i developed this recipe out of my other brownie recipe when my husband no longer wanted to eat grains (along with not eating sugar). this recipe is very tasty and even has a good texture, with no grains of any sort.
my husband sampled these at a housewarming party last weekend; the hostess promised to share her recipe (seeing as how chris ate so many!) as soon as she could find her cookbooks! so last night, out of the blue, she called--ready to cast out her secret fo
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