this recipe is 1 1/4 cups per serving. according to the ww site this is 4 servings with 3 points/serving.
i used to call these hanky pankies (why is beyond me!). after i made them at my super bowl party the first time the bears won many years ago, it's been a tradition every super bowl since. (7/5/07...note: these are supposed to be served hot and kept warm
i am not gluten intolerant, but i do like to bake with different types of flours. i have made this with more pears than apples, more apples than pears, asian pears, bartlett pears, and an assortment of apples. you can vary the amount of sugar depending on
i made a german dish years ago. the only thing i really thought was outstanding was the gravy. i had to change a few ingredients to make it work. i think most of the flavor was coming from the meat mixture and the long cooking time. this is the end resul
this was a great appetizer served to us at a 50th wedding anniversary party. afterwards, i just couldn't stop thinking about these treats! got the recipe from the country club that served them and here it is, just in time for the holidays. everything can
this recipe was given to me by my german sister-in-law. it goes really well with the rouladen recipe i have also published. the vinegar ensures that the lovely red colour of the cabbage remains as it cooks. enjoy.
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