We manufacture pie machines and turnover machines. The non celiac part of the family has been enjoying empanadas and turnovers however I could not find a recipe that worked well in the machne that was also tasty and gluten free. I think I finally found a recipe and tweaked it for our needs and tastes! We think they taste great and will make all future empanads gluten free!
Butternut squash, apple and yes, pineapple makes this unique variation of a pineapple upside down cake the perfect choice for autumn. It has the traditional brown sugar-pineapple topping with a very moist and oh so delicious spice cake twist. The recipe was tested in a 4 quart oval crock-pot and would work fine in a 4 quart round crock-pot as well. A friend of mind reported that the cake worked well in a 5 quart round crock-pot.
This is a wonderful rich dessert with not one but two fruits--apricot and apple. Serve this warm with vanilla ice cream or yogurt. You can leave the peel on the apples or if your prefer you can peel them. I use old fashioned oats just because I like the texture.
I found this salad on the web and made a couple of changes in it. This was the salad I made on our 25th wedding anniversary! Update: I submitted this recipe to Taste of Home Light & Tasty and it was published in the December/January 2008 issue.
This is a quick to put together meal and requires minimal attention while cooking. The original recipe calls for cooking the oven but I think it would work equally well in the crock pot on low for about 4 hours. Serve with a hearty rye bread for a delicious meal.
Delicious and super easy baked turnovers topped with a delicious maple glaze. These are great served warm with ice cream or cold they make a great lunchbox treat. This was developed for RSC #10 and has been modified based on input Nimz. I did use 1 granny smith and 1 red cooking apple; however, I think that any combination of firm apples would work well. These make 4 very large turnovers which can serve 8 if divided in half and topped with ice cream. Hope you enjoy!
Are your tired of the same old thing for breakfast? Try this healthy rice for a real breakfast treat. This dish has so many options: adding finely chopped nuts, jam or any fruit or combination of fruit could be used.
I found this recipe in the April/May 2009 issue of Health Cooking by Taste of Home. This cake is packed full of carrots, fruit and delicious goodness. The original recipe calls for dried currants; however, I liked the golden raisins. The batter is very thick and I found it best to mix well with a wooden spoon to thoroughly incorporate.
I grew up eating fried apples and then as an adult I discovered Cracker Barrel and their fried apples. This recipe is from another site and is as close as I have seen to Cracker Barrel. The recipe says you can freeze the cooked apples. I have never done this as there is never any left.
This is my adaption of a recipe that I found on-line. I have posted the full amount of ingredients for the dressing; however, when I made this I did have a considerable amount of dressing left. Please dress the slaw to your liking.
Have you ever had one of those recipes that gets lost and then finds it way back home again? I pulled out a cookbook I hadn't used in years and found this recipe tucked neatly inside. This is an impressive presentation for your guests.
This recipe is from Christmas with Southern Living 2004. It was suggested to serve with grilled pork tenderloin. I thought this was make a deliciously different Thanksgiving of Christmas meal. The cook time is the time to chill the relish.