What could male a zingy gingersnap even better? Sweet creamy frosting sandwiched between two gingersnaps! From Great Food in the February, 2008 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine, created by Rori Trovato. Chill the cookie dough for at least 30 minutes or up to a day.
I've searched and searched. I wanted a chewy sugar cookie. Finally found this online by a woman name gale and wow. Hubby and kids just love it, although this isn't for shaping. Just simple round chewy cookies. Yum.
Once I tried these, I never bothered making 'traditional' sugar cookies again. A soft, flavorful cookie that is a MUST for me at Christmas. Note, the original recipe said they were cut-out cookies but I never was able to get them to work well that way. That is why I make the round ones as described.
I always use this when I decorate cakes and I get many, many compliments on the wonderful taste. It is not that usual shortening-and-sugar-bakery-icing taste. If I am not using it to decorate a cake with, I use my all butter variation: Recipe #261024.
This is the traditional birthday cake in my brother's house. I ALWAYS look forward to having it again. It is moist, rich and decadent! If you use chunky peanut butter in the Frosting, omit the chopped peanuts.
PLEASE NOTE, this is a recipe that you really need to make BOTH the cake and the frosting to appreciate. It is the combination that makes it so good. If you are looking for JUST a chocolate cake recipe, you should try Recipe #2496, not this one. ;)
This was so easy to make and tastes delicious. I was also able to use some with some red food coloring to decorate the cake. I have had it written on a piece of paper for a long time.. don't know where I got it, but I needed to make a cake today and remembered this. This makes enough to frost and fill a two layer 9 inch cake, or frost a sheet cake.
This is THE best Banana bread I've ever had and the one my kids beg me for and also the one I make for X-mas gifts every year. I found this recipe in an old Settlement cookbook (my favorite cookbook) and it's extremely easy to make. It has just the right amount of moist flavor and is great either chilled or at room temperature. This bread freezes well too and is easiest to slice when it's cold. Enjoy!
This recipe comes from The Doanleigh Inn in Kansas City, Missouri. I got it from a web site. I made some adjustments when I prepared it. I only used one cup of sour cream and 1 tablespoon of vanilla. I put on enough brown sugar to completely cover the blueberries, probably 1 to 1 1/4 cups. It really was quite delicious. The blueberries stay plump and juicy. One left over was quite good the next day, eaten cold. I suggest you play around with the proportions too. Very impressive dessert.