aka: 'How to Make the Perfect Cheesecake' This recipe includes very detailed instructions for preparation which is the key to any great cheesecake. *This is my signature recipe that I have spent many many hours perfecting the
ingredients and techniques for. This is not 'NY Style' but real 'NY Cheesecake'.
The end result is a wonderful cheesecake that some will tell you to eat with a towel, because it's like an 'O' in your mouth.
" A finalist in the 2001 Nestle Toll House Share the Very Best recipe contest, this dessert was submitted by Audra Burtch of Chandler, Arizona. This family favorite is a marbled cheesecake topped with a decadent combination of pecans, chocolate morsels and caramel and chocolate syrups. "
This is a beautiful dessert. Especially if you go to the trouble of placing the cookies and ribbon around the outer edge of the cheesecake. My family asks for this every Christmas, and my husband loves to take it to work parties for the rave reviews.
What a great idea! Saw this in a new cookbook by Marcy Goldman "A Passion for Baking" and knew I had to set this aside for our holiday baking. COOKING TIME seems long, but that includes baking the cheesecake AND chilling AND freezing the little squares prior to dipping.
If you want to really impress your guests at the holiday buffet, try these tasty bites of chocolate covered caramel cheesecakes. OMG! Caution, very addictive. I only make these during the holidays for an extra special treat!
This tastes like an oatmeal cookie in a bowl... only this is much healthier for you! From Ellie Krieger and the food network. You can make this in advanced and store in individual containers in the refrigerator and then pull them out and microwave as needed. (Just make sure to store walnuts separately.
A sweet omlette (??). Found this in a magazine and saving it here for safe-keeping. I haven't tried this one yet, and I'm not an expert with ovens, but still the cooking time seems a little 'íffy' to me. Any tips on improving it will be welcomed.
This is a terrific accompaniment to any meal -- we especially like it with beef. If you like, to save time, you can fry potatoes a little ahead of time and store them covered. Then when you're ready to make dinner, you can finish cooking them.
Found this on a website and changed it to my liking! I'm eating it right now and it's delicious! NOTE: This should be for people who like sweet things :]
Also, the recipe makes a LOT of pancakes. Can't really say how many because we all cook them differently, but you can half the recipe of you want.
Know that the prep/cooking time may not be correct
Note that I used exactly 1 cup sugar and vegetable oil instead of butter. I also used 6 tsps of cocoa and fat free milk instead of whole milk.
If you don't have a blender, you can use a food processor. Or, pulverize the oats in a coffee grinder and use a hand blender to mix the ingredients together. These pancakes are designed to fit a Zone-style diet, and are especially good with blueberries or raspberries added and topped with cream cheese.