A teacher I taught with brought these to the teacher's lounge once and we all loved them. I got the recipe from her. When ever I take these some place they are so-o-o-o much enjoyed that I am asked to bring them again the next time. This has happened repeatedly with two different groups with which I have regular meetings.
This is a really quick and easy recipe to whip up. Tip: if you have too many ripe bananas to eat, peel and freeze them. That way you'll always have them on hand to make this recipe (or any recipe that calls for mashed banana).
A quick, easy and extremely good chocolate cake. My mother often baked this cake for the jackaroos (cowboys) when she was a cook on the cattle stations (ranch) in outback Australia. Be careful not to overcook this cake and it will stay moist and fresh for days. ENJOY. I use this recipe on a regular basis.
This recipe was a big hit with my toughest critics, my in-laws. I am always in charge of making the dessert for family gatherings and I needed something new for this year's Fourth of July. So with some creativity and good fortune I came up with Strawberry Dreams. The red, white & blue finish is enticing to the eye and even more pleasing to the taste. Enjoy!
My kids love this on a hot summer day. I have found it works well also to divide the chocolate fudge topping and use half in step 5 and the other in step 7. You may also add a jar of caramel topping if you desire.
This is a real peanut lovers treat. Lots of peanut flavor abounds everywhere. Be warned though this recipe is for those with a sweet tooth as well. It's very sweet and the Kids will love it. For the adults it's a decadent treat that goes well with a hot cup of coffee.
A wonderful, soft chocolate cake! Found the recipe on the net when looking for cake recipes using whipped cream as an ingredient. Unlike many other chocolate cakes, this one is definitely at its best at room temperature, so take it out of the fridge some time before serving. Dust the cake generously with powdered sugar and serve as-is, or with strawberries. Yummy!
One of the best oatmeal cookies I've ever tasted. A definite family favorite. They are fantastic without the optional nuts, raisins or chocolate. Photo by KC Cooker is how these cookies look when I bake them--fairly flat, chewy in the middle with crispy edges. Yum.....
I have been baking this for nearly 20 years. By the name I would hazard a guess that I got it from a Bisquick box. Very good with fresh berries or brandied dark cherries. Not the classic, but very good in a pinch!