A nice easy dish for those busy days around the holidays. Put this on before going shopping and dinner is waiting when you get home! Serve with rice or couscous and a veggie.
Boneless chicken thighs could be used also. EDITED TO ADD: The 6 hour cooking time is based on my very old crockpot, but I have noticed my newer crockpot cooks hotter, so 4 hours on low may be plenty.
I knew I needed a reason to buy a bottle of
Goldschlager, so thank you Michael Chiarello! We're shopping for a strong, clear cinnamon schnapps liqueur with 24k Gold Leaf Flakes. Now who wouldn't like that?? Besides, cinnamon is so good for you! Trader Joe carries Prosecco, an Italian sparkling wine,
but I think it will take another trip to find the Goldschlager. This is so festive it will be perfect for the holidays!
This is tooooooooooooo DIE FOR!! My mom and I can sit down and probably eat this entire thing. It is extremely simple to make and tastes wonderful. This dessert tastes best warm. It is excellent with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.
I *love* these. With a nice rich white wine... these are delicious, and easy breezy to make! This is another recipe that I make from the school of 'some'; there's really not amount to how much to use, just a 'bit' of everything. This recipe is great because your oven temp is not very important. Making a pie while making these? just stick it in the oven! All you need is for the cheese to melt and the bread, cheese, and honey to warm through.
These are a fun appetizer and a much easier way to serve brie to a group. They are very versatile so you might want to try a brown sugar and walnut filling instead of the cranberry, or whatever is your preference!
I know people that have this with their cornflakes :)
Personaly I like them as a snack, but they are great as a quick dessert with custard or ice cream.
I pour the prunes into sterilised glass jars, and they keep for months. If you want these as gifts you can easily double the recipe.
I got this delicious recipe from a co-worker after she brought it to a potluck. It was definitely one of the hits of the day! Originally from Southern Living. Update Dec '09: I've now made this multiple times since originally posting; it is one of my absolute favorites for a potluck! I usually double it but find that if you cook double the amount of couscous at once, it can get gummy, so I cook it in two separate batches (cook one then use the same pot to do the next), then add the rest of the (doubled) ingredients.