My father got this recipe some 40+ years ago at TWA. Crusty yet chewy outside - melt in your mouth inside. Smear with garlic butter and watch it disappear! I've taken a photo showing the bread in the hand formed foil baking pans, this is the 2nd rise. Final picture is fresh out of the oven.
This recipe was featured in an email today from the www.kingarthurflour.com website. "This yeasty, coarse-textured bread makes the best toast ever, a perfect partner to fresh summer jam or preserves. A purely mix-it-slap-in-the-pan-bake-and-eat-it loaf, it's earned a place of honor in our King Arthur test kitchen Hall of Fame."
I was served this wonderful dessert at a friend's house for dinner and asked him to please let me have the recipe so I could post it here - It is a Julia Child! I love it because of the texture and not overly sweet. He used sour cherries instead of the rhubarb. You may use your favorite Jam or preserves instead of the rhubard. It really is easy to make if you follow the instructions.
I have been making this at Christmas for a couple of years now. I don't remember where I found the recipe but I definitely give credit to whose ever it was originally. I gave it to a friend and she made it, entered it in a candy contest and won first prize. It is a great alternative for someone with a peanut allergy.
I got this recipe from my sister in law and these are so yummy and gooey and good!! I am not sure where she got the recipe but thought I would share it with all of you. Whenever we have a family function she always brings these and we all run to get some because they don't last long!
These do go in a 9x13 but I sometimes put them in a 8 1/2x11 to make them a tad thicker and gooeyer but the choice is yours, if you do use a 8 1/2 x 11 be sure to add a few minutes to the cooking time to make sure they are done in the middle.. You will love these!
These would be a great treat for the hunters to come back home to, or the kids home from school.
Please note * you can use whatever nuts your family likes or leave them out it is your choice.*
Adopted in the Great RecipeZaar Adoption of 2005 and it is an adoptee I'm proud to call my own. Easy to make with a nice cappuccino flavor. I recommend using espresso powder or 2 Tbls. of instant coffee for a stronger flavor. Enjoy!
Family Circle magazine original recipe.
Years ago, I was looking for a low fat, yet satisfying dessert for a special dinner and I came across these flavor packed, strudel like, cigars. They are so satisfying, look elegant and disappear quickly. They also pack a wallop for presentation, but are very simplistic to make. They also freeze well if you freeze them before baking.
Headline: BREAD MACHINE RESCUES MEAL FROM BOREDOM! Never again will you purchase French bread from the store. Impress your friends and neighbors with a warm loaf, laugh delightedly when the compliments start rolling in. COOKING TIME includes rising time, too.
One of our family favorite cookies for the holidays-- these are sooo melt-in-your-mouth delicious! These cookies go by many different names. If you desire, you may sub walnuts or hazelnuts for the pecans. I hope you enjoy!!!
This is not only easy, I always have all the ingredients on-hand. Which means it's easy to quick whip up if I find out I've got to go somewhere or people are coming over last minute. I've not done this yet, but I'm thinking it could easily be made in mini graham cracker tart shells for an easy finger food dessert. The taste is light, yet sweet, and perfect for dessert on a hot summer day. Cooking time is an estimate of how long it should take to chill completely in the refrigerator.