Almost too pretty a cookie to eat, but they taste so good! I actually won first prize for these cookies when I was a girlscout at age 13. Although I am unsure of the origin of the recipe, I thought it was too good to keep to myself. If you're creative and are up for a challenge, this is a perfect recipe for you. (requires a clean small paintbrush)
I do Weight Watchers (over 100lbs off! & counting!) So I am always trying to think of new tasty recipes. I came up with this one & took it to a dessert contest one first place NO ONE can believe it is "Diet" Cake!
I found this on pillsbury.com and it is one of the recipes chosen for 2006 Bake-Off 42 which hasn't happened as yet. I liked it because it was easy and made a sweet bruschetta - we enjoyed them a lot and they are easy to prepare. Submitted by Karen Mack of Webster, NY for Bake-Off 42(Orlando 2006).
March 23, 2006 update...this was a $10,000.00 winner.
This recipe is simple to prepare, and it will permanently replace canned tomato soup in your heart! It also freezes well. I always have individual-sized servings in my freezer. The flavor intensifies the longer you cook it, so I suggest you experiment on the time to suit your own taste. I found this originally at recipegoldmine.com.
This cake won $25,000 as the grand prize winner in the 1953 Pillsbury Bake Off in NYC, entered by Lois Kanago of Denver, CO. So lovely, it looks like a French Chef was brought in to prepare. This has been my requested birthday cake ever since I was a small child. Incredibly Delicious!
Pat yourselves on the back, Recipe*zaarites! I took all your best egg salad ideas and came up with this recipe which is certain to win me a big Blue Ribbon at the County Fair! Full flavor and slightly sweet with no sugar added and nice eye appeal. (No doubt, there is sugar in the relish). A great brunch idea.
I combined my sister-in-law's marinade recipe with my friend's barbecue cooking method. I then submitted this recipe into to a radio station as part of a contest and I ended up winning the grand prize of a Jenairre stove! It's so versatile that it works both with cheap cuts of beef and expensive too. I won't cook beef roast any other way. Enjoy!
This is the recipe that won $100,000 in Southern Living's Annual 2002 recipe contest. Do you think it's worth $100,000???? I changed it a bit by baking it in a water bath and it is VERY smooth and creamy.