This recipe is from Paula Deen's show on Food TV. It looked like the perfect thing for Christmas dinner. It worked out great because I was able to blanch and bundle them and have them all ready to pop in the oven in advance. They looked as yummy as they were. Highly recommended!
Saw Paula make this today and it looked scrumptious. Lemon cheesecake is spread with a lemon curd after baking. If you want, you can purchase the lemon curd. Imagine that - Paula making anything fat free. Sugar can be substituted for Splenda, if desired. Can't wait to try this.
Another wonderful recipe courtesy Paula Deen Television Food Network, 2003. This is very good and oh so cheesy. Edited 06/01/07 I have made it again and the one thing I have to add is to caramelize the onions before you use them and if you choose, use a heart-healthy baking mix.
I just finished reading Paula Deen's July/August 2008 magazine and had to try the above recipe that Paula adapted from one of Leanne Morgan's recipes. We really enjoyed it and loved the crunch of the almonds and celery. There is only the two of us, so I cut the recipe in half and it worked out great. We even have enough left for lunch tomorrow.
I got this from her magazine and let me tell you that these are amazing!! They were made by a firefighting chef, Mike Wathen, where she visited in Alabama. Here are the adjustments I made: red potaotes, light sour cream, light cheddar cheese, and turkey bacon. I actually just fried up the bacon and then crumbled it. Hubby and kids were raving about how these were the best mashed potatoes they have ever had!
I love this yummy little oatmeal cookie packed with nuts and raisins and a wonderful combination of spices and then topped with a drizzle of brown butter glaze. It is another of my favorite Paula Deen (FoodTV) recipes. If you can keep yourself from eating them all the day you make them, they are even better the next day (stored tightly wrapped).