This is the pie that captured my DH's heart! This is a great recipe that uses only 1 pie crust. I recommend using a deep dish pie crust to minimize spill overs.
*Pls note that the first time flour listed in the ingredients, it should be 1/3 cup flour as listed in the directions. I've tried editing this several times and it won't change.
Variation of the old sticky date pudding, but easier to serve this way. I haven't frozen these, but I would imagine they would freeze ok, and then reheat in the microwave.
These are nice warm or cold, with the toffee sauce poured over and cream for afternoon tea, and ice-cream for dessert :)
Minnesota Girls in Wonder Bread Land don't learn the fine art of biscuit making. Then along comes Bob of Sausalito, CA (in Sunset) with the trick for no knead, no fuss, no brainer biscuits.
My dear friend and "adopted sister" Pat introduced us all to Texas Gourmet Chicken Fried Steak at her beautiful Phoenix home. We'd serve dirty mashed potatoes (with peels) and plenty of gravy, Italian green beans, Pat's Peach Cobbler, and I'd always bring Bob's Biscuits. Ah, for the Good Ol' Days on 28th Street.
Habaneros lend themselves beautifully to a vast assortment of things sweet, and they're fantastic in these white chocolate chip cookies. I suppose you can make these with regular milk chocolate, semi-sweet or dark chocolate chips, but I opted for the smoother, more mild taste of white chocolate. With these chips, you get the full range of flavors without having anything be overpoweringly sweet.
Made the right way, these cookies work perfectly if you're hankerin' a sweet and spicy treat. Take one bite and you'll get the delicious taste of the dough and the white chocolate just melting in your mouth. The fruity flavor of the habanero peppers kick in at ten seconds in, and isn't until 15 to 20 seconds after first taking a bite does the heat fully develop. It's a cool "two stage" snack that goes great with a glass of milk or eggnog.
While the sourdough bread was rising, I decided to cook a big breakfast. I had that extra sourdough starter that I always have after mixing up the loaves. I looked up sourdough biscuits on Zaar and then it dawned on me that I could probably just use the BISQUICK that I had just made. Anyway, I'm making a short story long -- again -- they turned out great!
Got this recipe from a message board for low carb'ers and wanted it here for my reference. Sadly, I don't know who the originator of this recipe is. This is quick easy, healthy, very low carb and high fiber. Works great as a sweet muffin as well as savory muffin (just omit the sweetener - goes well with soups). Original called for one packet of splenda as a sweetener. I only use stevia. Add in options; fruits, nuts, flavored sweeteners/syrups, cheese, bits of ham, vegetables or spices ... get creative and enjoy!