This recipe comes from a "Cooking with Paula Deen" magazine (May/June 2006). My family loves this served with macaroni and cheese. The leftovers made a delicious sandwich the next day, topped with your favorite burger toppings.
This was the wedding cake Paula Deen used for her wedding. This recipe is not formulated for a wedding cake, but for a normal size everyone can use. Increase as needed if you are making tiered or extra large cakes.
This recipe comes from Jan Barley of Evergreen, North Dakota, a reader of Cooking with Paula Deen. This is an easy "dump" cake and couldn't be more tasty. My husband loved this. And yes, it has butter--Paula Deen's favorite ingredient!
This recipe was on Paula's Food TV show. They are to die for! I made these because my partner will not eat anything with cream cheese in it. I thought I would actually have cookies to eat the next day. I was so wrong. I made a double batch and only had 3 cookies in all. I did not find these to be Gooey. More delicate and cake like. Be sure not to over bake.
*Prep time includes 2 hour chilling time.
*NOTE - On her show she did add oil...I don't know the amt. I added no oil the 4 times I have made these and I don't feel its needed...My hips agree :)
UPDATE: I have also used FF Cream Cheese with good results. Any flavor cake mix works well! Please also note that the directions do state that dough will be very stiff. I use my stand mixer with no problems. Please use caution if using a hand mixer.
I saw this a month or so ago on Paula's Party and had to try it. Our family has found their new favorite ice cream! It is chocolate overload, so only for a true chocoholic!! :D This was made in individual containers on the show, but I made a whole dessert using a whole quart of ice cream and layered in a bowl and ended up only using about 1/2 of the cake.
I obtained this recipe from Paula Deen's cookbook, "The Lady & Sons Savannah Country Cookbook. It was the easiest recipe I have ever made and it tasted so good. I have also made the recipe substituting Splenda for the sugar and it came out just as good!
This recipe comes from Paula Deen's " Paula's Home Cooking Show"
These omelettes look so good and so simple to make that I had to keep her recipe, so I thought I'd save it here and share too.
She used re-sealable plastic freezer baggies to prepare the omelettes.
This is from Paula Deen of Food TV and is what I fixed for Christmas Dinner 2005. I was tempted to open the oven to check how things were going, but I resisted...waiting until it had cooked 40 minutes at the final stage of cooking. I had a 9+ pound roast and the final temperature at that point was 129°F. It was wonderful! I'd definitely cook it the same way again. See Recipe #57340 for seasoning.