this recipe was put out 22 years ago by hellman's and it's one of my favourites. i added the cherry topping along the way, but i've also served it topped with whipped cream and crushed andes mints which is equally delicious.
inspired by recipe#361967, i experimented and made up this cake for the two of us. i did try it with twice as much baking soda and baking powder, reduced them both to 1/8 as the cake touched the microwave "ceiling" and started to curve down; tasted fine
a creation with leftover fruit. add more yogurt if you like it thicker, more ice cubes if you like it slim. i used reduced cal ingredients, but made it again for my cousin and used regular and it tasted just as good.
got this off of captain morgan usa's face book page. there is no recipe like this on food.com so i thought i'd add it. i thought i'd make a suggestion on the raw egg. there is a risk of getting sick from raw eggs. there are egg alternatives out there t
great, hearty tasting dish. everyone enjoys this recipe. it states to cook for 4-6 hours, but i find that 4 hours is adequate and it may overcook at 6 hours, so be sure and check it at the 4 hour mark. the last hour of cooking you may want to take cover o
copycat version of wildtime foods' muesli. all ingredient amounts are estimated and you are welcomed and encouraged to play around with the proportions. note: the eden company manufactures brown rice flakes and they are not to be confused or are the same
your guests will be impressed with this loaf. chances are they will ask you the name of the bakery where you bought it!! please do not be daunted by the long(ish) list of instructions -- they assist you through the process of making the bread. adapted
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