from ann hodgman's
this is a very tasty, moist, carrot cake. a nice sized cake for 2 or 3 people.
yes, this sounds bizarre, but it really is tasty and i have had some that was going around for months. it is a nice thing to start at work, school, church, etc. try it...it's like a chain cake instead of a chain letter :)
you just have to try it to believe it.
what a great banana bread. nice change from your basic banana bread. adjutst spices to taste. candace submitted this recipe at another recipe site.
okay, another banana bread recipe...but maybe the other ones don't have at least one ingredient that this one does...my family loves the muffins from this recipe...especially when i make mini-muffins! (i usually halve the recipe!) makes 4 loaves or 60 muf
this is a great smoothie, thick and creamy. my husband loves it, i think the kids would like it too.
we named this smoothie the "creamsicle" smoothie, because to us, it's tastes just like a creamsicle. so good!
this is from nancy campbell from above rubies magazine. "the chlorophyll in greens combats tumor growth; it works on the adrenal glands, purifies the lymph nodes, unclogs the arteries and enriches the blood. it protects against radiation. chlorophyll is
this is our favorite of many wonderful burger recipes found in "burger meisters", a cookbook put together by marcel desaulniers. if you like this or prefer burgers with other types of meats (fish, rabbit, turkey...) you may want to check out the recipe bo
light fluffy pineapple salad your sure to love
i first tasted these muffins at a brunch and the hostess was kind enough to give me the recipe.i asked her about the name she had given them, and she said if any food could ever say "good morning!" these muffins were it.
from the cast iron skillet cookbook
another all time household favorite from "the best of bridge" series. going bananas is an excellent bread, and our fmaily has enjoyed it for years. 12 minutes to mix, and 60 minutes to bake and the rest is history.
i love this when i'm home alone for dinner and can't be bothered to make a proper dessert for one, or for when i need a quick sugar fix. this is really quick and easy and is so yummy. you could easily multiply the ingredient amounts up to serve any number
adapted from a delicious bread served at disney's polynesian resort. ohana means "family". the pineapple and coconut give it a truly tropical taste! i have found using the food processor makes the dough fool-proof, and i mix my yeast mixture in a large
this recipe was pulled off the internet.
this is my grandmother's family recipe that my mom makes every thanksgiving and we gobble it up. i am very picky so and i love this it is so different.
no you're not seeing stars yet! kidding aside this is a really good punch. i brought this to work and it did disappear. it's fruity! has lots of cheer! you can add more if you want. or just skip it! booze that is! and i raise my glass to a healthy new yea
pineapple mimosa was changed to hawaiian sunrise suggested by kelbel's dh and i did like it so i went for it. a toast to kelbel and her dh!!! i made this to help the campagne go a little farther and i wish we had an other bottle of champagne because we en
"mmmm, i love bananas!" a --tasty dish-- original. --tasty-- says for a deluxe version, stir in pureed strawberries!
this is very quick so make it if that is what you want. i made it up for a late night snack. amounts are approximate.
contributed to the little church of the desert cookbook (1986) by shirley mcclay of 29 palms.
another golden oldie from a recipe card, originally from a 1905 blue ribbon cook book. any fruit is good but some tart fruit is necessary. you can add cherries or seedless grapes if you like. it is a great all-year-round recipe with fruits that are usuall
good basic fluff dessert
from "the green thumb harvest" cookbook. this won first prize in 1889 at the wabash, indiana county fair by her great-grandmother according to the woman who submitted it. this makes 2 loaves.
from american heart association healthy recipes booklet. a cake that smells like a pineapple upside down cake but without all the fat and calories. the sauce really adds a lot to the cake but is optional if you just want a low-key dessert.
i needed a delicious sugary fix and fast and as i'm suffering a bit a of a cold/flu virus as i type this, and much to my extreme irritation i can hardly taste anything :( i guess my body needs extra energy to fight off the infection - well this will cert
we really like these for basting chicken, or dipping chicken strips.
a simple yet wonderful summertime treat that is much more flavorful than plain old regular jell-o. definitely company worthy. we have made this many times using different flavors of jell-o, and berry and grape work the absolute best. time does not include
strawberry jello red, rhubarb green and the pineapple yellow = a pretty jar of marmalade. a jar of this makes a nice little gift.
from the "1 of a kind" cookbook by the junior league of mobile, al, this is 1 of those little recipes that is big on flavor & has enormous potential to become an invaluable part of your company-worthy & daily family cuisine. i stopped at the 4 in 1 concep
cool and refreshing for the national holiday of the united states! of course, if you're elsewhere, you can still enjoy this drink, by all means! :)
a healthy orange drink that provides 2 servings of vegetables and 3 servings of fruit. i made this up in an attempt to get my 5 a day without cooking. hope you enjoy!
this is my favorite "fruit salad". you can use white or colored marshmallows.
this is another dump cake variation (see my recipes for a chocolate 3 ingredient one), this one with pineapples, cherries, yellow cake mix and nuts. the best thing about these cakes is that there are no bowls to wash, no mixing and no grief. just dump it
a healthier version of your standard cranberry sauce from www.prevention.com.
this is from my great grandmother. serving size is approximate; depends on size bars are cut. cook time is actually time need to chill in fridge.
cool, light and refreshing. with springtime here and summer just around the corner, it can be served at showers, brunch or picnics. low fat with alteration of ingredients. cooking time includes the setting of jello and pudding.
this jello salad recipe is in a church cookbook, the church i grew up in missouri. i made it with our easter ham this year, and it was yummy! you can form it in a (small) mold, or put it in a 8 x 8 pan and cut into squares. time prep includes 2 hours o
this sounds weird, it tastes great. my mom made this every thanksgiving and christmas. i lost the recipe, then found something similar and added the ingredients that mom had in her salad. to me its comfort food and a walk down memory lane.
made up with ingredients i had to use in the fruit bowl & fridge, toddler dd was most impressed!
a classic british no-cook pickle for your sandwiches and cheese board! remember pan yan pickle? it was a firm favourite in our home and my dad loved it slathered on top of cheese on toast! now sadly discontinued, this fabulous british pickle with the catc
we created this easy-to-make breakfast with thoughts of a loved one using our recipe #304097 which includes french toast, scrambled eggs, coffee, juice, the morning paper, a single red rose, and all the love you can offer. :) double the coffee and juice
a healthy breakfast smoothie naturally sweetened by the date and banana.
rich and wonderfully sinful
clearly a recipe loved by many people :)
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