mom recently made this recipe for daddy. we found it in one of nee's cookbooks. i would have never guessed it was not a whole fat, whole sugar recipe.
everybody i've ever made these for have loved them. i've made them with marshmellows before too... but that didn't really work out too well hehehe. in the picture the lighter biscottis don't have the cocoa powder in them and the darker ones do. (i like th
i found this on the tasty kitchen website while i was trying to find something to make for dinner. i changed a ton of things from the original because the first time i made it, i baked the muffing until they were burnt on top, but they never cooked on th
another childhood favorite--to my taste the best batido cubano. fresh guanabana is not so easy to find, but you can find frozen gaunabana in latino groceries. to reduce calories and fat, you can use skim milk and frozen vanilla yogurt.
i was given a pamphlet on recipes that use beans and the original recipe for these brownies was included. i switched the sugar to splenda, the eggs to egg substitute (or the same amount of liquid egg whites) and the vegetable oil to canola oil. they're ju
adapted from a recipe by tara matarazza at serious eats. beemster is a gouda-style cheese similar to aged goudas; if you can't find it, a 5-year-aged gouda is a reasonable substitute. the regular gouda is used for creaminess; if you use the aged gouda, co
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