Here it is folks! First time ever in print! My Mom's famous hot chocolate sauce for ice cream sundaes. These are ingredients you more than likely always have on hand. Try this once and you will never buy store bought sauce again!
This is a recipe that is the same as one my Mom makes, she has been making it for years and it has become a staple on our Holiday Table.
It's a variation on the traditional sauce which produces whole cooked berries with a touch of caramel.
Hope you enjoy!
This is a copycat recipe for Schilling Salad Supreme. Use the entire recipe if making Mysterygirl's Linguini Salad in place of the 1/2 a jar that is called for in the recipe. It would be good mixed with italian dressing on vegetables too.
These wee balls are a lovely side dish with chicken or pork. They look attractive. I sometimes add a few more cranberries. They can be frozen. Freeze separately and then place in zip lock bag. To heat frozen balls place in 350F Oven for 15 min, cover with foil.
This sauces simmers all day to blend the flavours. Dinner can be on the table in no time after a hard day's work. There are so many chunky vegetables in this that the meat lovers won't even miss the meat :) This sauce makes a lot but freezes well. Created for Ready, Set, Cook! Winter 2005.
This is a delicious all-purpose dry seasoning that is good in spaghetti sauce, chicken and dumplings, in pasta salads, or sprinkled on fresh, ripe sliced tomatoes. It also makes a good Italian Salad Dressing for salads or marinade. Omit salt if you like.
This is my favorite fruit crisp topping. It makes alot, and I love to keep it on hand for a quick dessert. My family LOVES fruit crisps, and I can whip one up in just a few minutes with this in my cupboard. Sometimes I'll use pie filling mixed with fresh fruit for a change. How many times do you have a certain fruit on hand, and want to make a crisp, but have to search for a topping recipe? Well, not anymore. Recipe to make fruit crisp follows.
A versatile barbecue sauce - sweet and spicy. Kind of like magic -- anything I prepare with this sauce disappears! It's a hit with all ages. I've started preparing it with Xylitol, also known as birch sugar, instead of sugar, and it works just great, plus it's easier on blood sugar levels.
This is a wonderful, all-purpose rub that can be used on steaks, chicken, shrimp or fish. This makes up about 3/4 cup, and can be stored in an air-tight container so you always have some on hand. This particular mix can be made from spices that most people have on hand already!