This is easy to put together and makes wonderful side dish to ham or turkey, this may be doubled and baked in a 13 x 9-inch pan, do not make the mistake of using pineapple tidbits it will not work for this recipe use only crushed --- if using unsalted butter or margarine add in a pinch of salt if using salted then omit.
Freezing fruit in a sugar-pac will not only retain flavor, color and texture it also increases freezing time and protects from freezer burn, this method is especially good for strawberries, peaches and fresh pitted cherries though it is not recommended for raspberries as they will crush while mixing, it works well with rhubarb, peaches etc --- before freezing the fruit see my recipe#300387
Beautifully soft on the inside and crispy on the outside, these little potatoes are a treat! Using a garlic or herb-infused olive oil would really take them over the top, or try tossing in a bit of fresh herbs at the end. Delicious!
This is a recipe my mum used to make for us on winter nights - her mum made it for them so its almost a tradition! - Is wonderful with ice cream or cream and is easy enough for a weeknight family dessert but fancy enough for a dinner party dessert too!
The only way I could get men around here to eat Zucchini. It so good they even ask for it now!
this is a great vegetable dish that will have you begging for another slice. We love it! I was told it was originally a "Pampered Chef" recipe!
I found this recipe at www.Dogtime.com. My dogs love these! A lot healthier than most treats you buy in the store. I used mini-muffin tins instead of the standard size and baked for about 30 minutes. I like the smaller size for treat time. They store well too.
There is a really nice story behind this recipe. When I was 10 and in Girl Scouts we had a potluck and my mom brought these rolls. She had found the recipe in a newspaper clip-out. All the recipes/items brought were turned into a GS Cookbook for our region. When we received our cookbook - low and behold we were missing a few pages and of course this recipe was on those pages. It has taken me 30 years to find this recipe (well I did not search all 30 but it did take over a year of hard searching to find it). A man (no name ever given) from a community recipe group I belong shared this recipe after I posted again of my search. My mom is thrilled as it is the recipe she remembers and now I will have more than just the memory of these yummy rolls but also of the history that goes along with it. I probably would have forgotten that potluck dinner with the other Girl Scouts if it were not for this lost recipe that now has been found. I hope you too enjoy them and make special memories with your family and friends when you serve them.
A soft macaroon that uses sherbert and cake mix to make them very simple to make. You can change the background flavor by changing the type of sherbet. I usually use pineapple sherbet but my friend made them with raspberry and they had a very unique flavor.