MMMMMMMmmmmmmmmmm! If you've never had a whoopie pie, you're in for a TREAT! These are the REAL deal! Bet ya can't keep 'em around! I always double the recipe, and freeze the rest. These freeze REALLY well, and they're a nice treat for in lunches, too. The filling can be made anytime, and then kept in the refrigerator up to 4 weeks.
I love the flavor of toasted oats...and combined with juicy peaches and cinnamon in a warm crisp, it's the ultimate comfort food. I have also made this recipe using half peaches and half apples...just as delicious!
Not sure if this is a crisp or a cobbler, so I have stated both ;-) This is made with canned peaches which makes this an easy desssert, serve warm with vanilla ice cream *so* good! The topping is sweet but you can reduce one or both sugars slightly if desired ;-)
I make these for both my father-in-laws (one step) for Christmas!!! They love them, they usually end up taking the leftover home with them. Update 4/24: I made these for my husband but instead of using Pumpkin Pie Spice I substituted Ground Cinnamon. He loved them!!
At last, an easy-to-make "scratch" cake recipe that does not need frosting! Recipe has been modified from one given to me by a friend years ago... 6/30/07 NOTE: This is not a standard chocolate cake recipe nor a spice cake recipe. The cocoa and chocolate chips help add to the "dark chocolaty" flavor and appearance but the applesauce and spices give it a unique flavor addition, producing a dark, moist cake with a different flavor with the added bonus of being a no-frost cake.
I have been making this apple crisp every year for Thanksgiving and other holidays for 10 years! Ms. Lamorte, my first grade teacher made it with the whole class and it instantly became a tradition to make every year. It is very simple, but so full of flavor. We always serve it hot with vanilla ice cream.
I love to make fast fruit cobblers and this one is just great. It looks like pancake batter when it goes over the fruit but it REALLY rises! It browns up nicely too and is just the right sweetness to suit me. New Chefs will love the ease of this one -- a no-brainer. One tip: Make sure that your baking powder is good and fresh! Cooking time includes baking time.