it's a fun finger food for infants and toddlers that packs a little calcium and vitamin punch. try vegetarian cream cheese and soy yogurt for the lactose intolerant child or children not yet introduced to milk products. cook time is approximate chill time
watched a documentary about the
you just have to try it to believe it.
for lovers of pecans and chocolate...
my icelandic hubby loves deviled eggs ... especially this version. leftovers are required as he likes the bacon/egg flavors with his breakfast cereal & coffee. i went through a lot of devilled egg recipes posted here to be sure it wasn't a duplicate & got
this cool and creamy dip is a refreshing treat for a hot summer day. serve it with cut up fresh or grilled fruit. from kraft kitchens.
this recipe was passed on to me from my mother. i'm not sure of its origin. i love this recipe because it is very fast to make and when taken to family functions, party's, etc. i never come home with leftovers. everyone loves it!
there's a pub we go to that makes their own french fries, and instead of throwing out the skins, they fry them up and bake them with toppings in a pizza pan. they bring them sizzling to your table in the pizza pan with sour cream for dipping. dare i say t
this is a souped up version of another zaar recipe, that i played around with until i thought it couldn't get any better. when i bring this to social gatherings, people are so estatic in their compliments, that i have to say "aw, shucks, it's easy." hen
my family loves hot wings! after several attempts of trying to re-create the restaurant hot wings, i finally came up with this recipe which my whole family seems to approve. my husband thinks they could be hotter, but then again, he adds red pepper flakes
i like this recipe for tortillas because the olive oil is much lighter (reason for the name) than the usual fats used to make them. i got the this recipe from a woman at a shower (or something very close to it...lol).
pretty little pastry shells made from a pillsbury refrigerated crescent dough sheet combine with a basil-cheese filling in these beautiful baked appetizers. recipe is one of the 100 finalists in the 2010 pillsbury bake-off contest, submitted by joann bela
i adore recipes with interesting names. i found this recipe on the vegweb website, and had to add it to my collection.
tacones are a taco-cone or a tortilla handroll. i am newly addicted to this meal! the recipe comes from a victoria restaurant. it is wonderful! http://www.redfish-bluefish.com/
my dh lovingly refers to these as "those" chocolate cookies, and without saying, i know which ones he is talking about. i call them chocolate pills. they cure just about anything that ails me. recipe by ann hodgman.
a neat idea for gift giving or for those special occasions where you want to "dress up" plain old chocolate covered strawberries. very easy and relatively inexpensive, especially compared to the store-bought ones. **yield stated below depends on how
these are absolutely the chewiest, moistest, fudgiest brownies ever! i have tried adding so many different things to the batter, and they always comes out great. they are also great without any add-ins! but by varying the add-ins, you can make different
this is a good appetizer to serve when you are watching calories. leave out the jalapeno & garlic, if you wish they are good even without them. try using a portabello and if you can find them black garlic. - wonderful flavor. black garlic are from korea
only 3 ingredients! this is my all-time favorite dessert recipe, and ironically one of the easiest i've come across. anyone can make it, yet the taste is something you'd expect from a professional chocolatier.
this is a real short cut for cooks in a hurry. use the cooked sausage bits like you would any meatball. in soups, stews, spaghetti, casseroles or as an appetizer with a sauce. cheating? not really just using a good shortcut.
this is great with milk or soy milk, and also can be eaten plain as a snack. will keep for weeks in the refrigerator.
also known as reeses peanut butter bars.
quick dip that is full of flavor--tangy, sweet, and a bit spicy. i especially love it with pretzels, but it is actually quite versatile and it also good as a sauce on pork or chicken. the recipe was published in a local newspaper several years ago.
a new take on an old favorite - shrimp instead of wings. cooks up even faster than wings and tastes incredible. taken from the redbook magazine.
the orange extract is optional, but it makes an ice complement to the flavor of the cake. another from my "forgotten recipes" cookbook. sounds good!
the delicious flavor of this loaf improves after standing for 24 hours. from the western section of the united states regional cookbook, culinary institute of chicago, 1947
all i have to say, is that i'm obsessed with this recipe... i've never tasted better fudge! it's so good... although it's very sweet and very rich! prep time includes chill time.
on our 2nd wedding anniversary 2 yrs ago, dh took me to a restaurant 1 hr outside of reykjavik that specialized in lobster & a lovely view of the sunset over the atlantic ocean. we ate just 2 things - their lobster bisque & a pan filled w/sml lobster tail
this is a great recipe i adapted from the joy of cooking.
mini appetizers filled with cheddar, parmesan and mozzarella cheese... scrumptious!!! artichoke awesome-ness
the mixture of melted cottage cheese, cheddar cheese and parmesan cheese is irresistible paired in crisp toasted bread. delicious. from better homes and gardens new dieter's cookbook
three ingredient dip to be made in a crock pot, slow cooker, or rice cooker. this dip is incredibly easy and delicious. this is the smallest i have tried to make this recipe, but i have made it larger going up in ingredients by multiples. 1,1,1 - 2,2,
this was submitted by usha l. acharya to the thursday magazine dated jan 6th-12th'06. enjoy!
an absolutely delicious done-in-a-snap snack, or breakfast treat (if you double/triple the recipe) that's as much fun to make as it is to eat! you end up with a slice with pretty, circular patterns, that's soft and sweet on the top, and crisp at the botto
perfectly zesty sweet potato fries to accompany veggie burgers and a ton of other dishes-- you'll love them even if you're not as big a fan of sweet potatoes!
i got these off of meals.com. i haven't tried them yet but they sound wonderful and very easy.
sounds really good. my hubby like stuff like this.
these are a great alternative to hot wings, which are not very family friendly :) with only 4 ingredients and even less steps, these are super easy and delicious.
yum. the only thing i like more than chocolate is pb! this is a big batch recipe for fudge, from my friend susan's newsletter.
this recipe was featured in an email from the www.recipe4living.com website: "these are some of the tastiest cookies i've ever had!" this recipe is clipped from gourmet magazine! posted by gastronome.
i found this recipe in the kraft food & family magazine today. it is easy chocolate fudge that you can change up by making it five different ways! :-) the cook time listed is for refrigeration time.
i found this on a package of fleischmann's rapidrise yeast in answer to a request from the boards. looks great.
i've tried many many veggie dip recipes but this is my favourite. a co-worker gave it to me years ago - the beau monde is what makes it so good!!!
i have no idea why this burger recipe from new zealand is called a warrior burger - maybe because you need to have a "fighting" appetite to eat this amazing burger or have an asbestos tongue?! a meal and a half in a bun - and with more than a bit of a kic
these deviled eggs are just a little bit spicy! add your favorite hot sauce(chipotle is really good) and enjoy! adapted from the deviled egg gourmet.
classic and traditional british pub grub! cooked prawns (shrimps) served in a pint mug with a tangy garlic mayonnaise and a pint of guinness of course - my idea of heaven! british pub grub is justly famous and this simple dish is also great when served at
i created this when i was about 12 its good for a fun desert or for a quick snack
a symphony or rather a selection of fresh cream chocolate truffles, this is my basic recipe with a few indulgent added extras.......such as toasted almonds, stem ginger with brandy or rum! these decadent rich truffles are perfect to finish of a dinner par
an unusual combination of ingredients make a nice change as antony worrall thompson shares his recipe for a sublime open sandwich, piled high with smoked salmon, crispy bacon, cream cheese and more!
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