I just discovered this in Betty Crocker's baking classics. This should be illegal. It's a cross between a donut, a muffin, and cinnamon toast. I used butter, and I rolled the entire thing (top, bottom, and sides) in butter and in cinnamon sugar when it came out of the oven. This is way too simple to make and way too delicious. This is dessert to me...I wouldn't make it for breakfast, but it's good no matter what.
This is to die for! I found this on Ben & Jerry's website a few months ago. Now that I've tasted it I can't believe I waited that long to try it. I'm adding it to my list of all-time favorite comfort foods. Brought it to work and it disappeared in 10 minutes flat! I omitted the sugar the recipe calls for because it was sweet enough for me. I also used the regular sized semisweet chocolate chips instead of the miniature ones and added about 1/2 cup coarsely broken walnuts. An easy way to melt the ice cream is to put the unopened pints in the fridge overnight to thaw out. This would be a great brunch recipe. Enjoy!
This recipe is posted for a Recipezaar member who is looking for an eggless, baked rice pudding. It's untried by me, but it sounds good so I'll likely try it soon! I found it in Rose Murray's cookbook, "Hungry For Comfort: The Pleasures of Home Cooking" (which, incidentally, is a great book). This is what Rose Murray says about this recipe: "Risottos seem to have replaced the old-fashioned rice pudding as modern comfort food, but I think that the traditional baked rice pudding should be revived since it is so easy to make and provides the same wonderfully creamy texture as an upscale risotto."
Left over rice never had it so good ! This creamy pudding is the perfect way to use up the extra white rice from Chinese take-out or from tonight's supper, and delicious enough to make you cook some up fresh, just so you can have this for dessert! Tastes great warm or cold--Enjoy!!
This family favorite came from my great-grandmother Ida Maria, who was born in 1887. She grew up in Dalarna, a province in Sweden, and moved to the United States when she was 16. And now we prepare this recipe every year for the holidays. I love it! It you want, serve with Lingonberries.
These are good. Filling is extra fluffy and delicious. It is not a sugary filling. The pies are extra chocolate-ty and soft. Wrap them individually in a baggie and freeze for later or eat all of them now.
This can be served as a dessert, or as a brunch item. For a different taste, replace the challah with raisin bread. You can even make this in a crockpot on low for 6 hours for a yummy Christmas morning treat (pour the syrup over the top, instead of in the bottom, if you do it that way).
This is a great recipe given to me by my step-mom, who is a fabulous cook. It has become a Thanksgiving tradition in our home now for many years. It's sort of like a lighter version of a Christmas pudding. Many co-workers, who I have given this recipe to, were planning on making it for their holiday meal this weekend!
This is my modified version of the great tasting Shu Cream recipe (Japanese Cream Puff) that I got at About.com. Yum!
*You can also use your own cream puff pastry and just use the custard cream I have here!