This white gravy/sauce tastes like sausage, but has none. We like it on top of sausage bread (like recipe # 46692)and biscuits. A reviewer of the sausage bread used this on top of the bread and like it too! Of course, if you want to cook up some sausage and crumble it in you can, but this is a way to get some of that taste without the fat and calories. The recipe can easily be doubled. The secret is in the sage.
I prepared this late one night when my daughter had a sleepover for 10 girls. It was a big hit the next morning with warmed maple syrup. Next time I'll serve some sliced fruit or summer berries alongside. Prep time does not include overnight refrigeration.
We had this the morning after Christmas. This is another of my MIL's recipes. Gosh...her house smelled wonderful when this was baking. I haven't cooked this recipe myself, but my kids and DH want me to. The Apple Cider Syrup recipe is being posted and I will post it's recipe #. This tastes like it should be served with Cool Whip.
The idea of this came from Jamie Oliver, but I changed some of the ingredients. Not something to have every day as it's probably loaded with cholesterol due to the bacon and cheese! It's a bit of prep work but it's worth it. Recipe can easily be increased depending on number being served.
From Eating Well magazine March/April 2007.
This is a simple dinner. All you need to add is a vegetable and dinner is on the table in under a half hour. This would also work well for a nice and easy brunch.
A co-worker prepared this dessert for a party, and everyone requested the recipe. She said that she got it from the local Alabama Living magazine. I went home immediately and found my magazine. IT IS DELICIOUS!! And VERY EASY TO MAKE!
This is from a bed and breakfast...very rich and sweet. This is good dusted with powdered sugar and served with fresh fruit. It is best used with homemade pound cake because the more dense it is the better it will hold up. This is easy to half or double.