A friend gave me fresh plums, and she shared this recipe. This is phenomenal. This recipe won the Taste of Home 'On the Road' Contest. It's a keeper. Serve with a scoop of ice cream if you like. It was fantastic warm from the oven with no topping in my opinion.
This is another recipe clipping that Mom collected. I am sure there is one here on Zaar, but I just want to put it here for safe keeping. These are all cut out of magazines and I have no idea which magazine or paper they came from. Some are even newspaper clippings.
I adapted this recipe from one I saw in All You magazine. I reduced the butter, added some strawberries (though these could be left out), used whole wheat flour, and made it one large dessert instead of the individual ramekins. My hubby didn't think he liked rhubarb until he tried this! I'd been craving it, and this really hit the spot. I used frozen rhubarb since it's out of season, but fresh could be used as well. Very easy to make!
I came up with this variation from three different recipes . . . it's a delicious cross between a pie and crisp . . . it doesn't turn out runny, so if you like runny cobblers, this is probably not your cup of tea =) enjoy!!!
This is another Italian Easter favorite. Nice, but not too sweet. I buy two frozen Pie crusts and use one for the pie and the other I remove and flatten out, to cut into strips and make lattice pattern on top. Delicious! Enjoy!
This recipe comes from a friend of my mom. My fiance and I credit this recipe for getting us into our current home-I bribed my landlord with a batch when we turned in the rent application!! No one I know has ever tasted better lemon bars.
Pouring the caramel over the top of this pie gives it a sweet, crunchy glaze. I have always wanted to make it with a full top crust but everyone always requests the lattice top! Prep time includes preparing the apple slices. Feel free to use refrigerated pie crusts. NOTE: I used a full top crust (see pictures) and it is still delicious and easy, just not very pretty. It would be prettier without using the caramel as a glaze on the top, simply mix it all in with the apple slices.
Something different for ice cream lovers! Be sure to use a *good* ice cream for this. This pie takes some time to make because of all the refreezing so make sure you have planned the approx. 4.5 hours of freezing.
Always get compliments -- and my young children love helping make this one! I got this recipe off a website four yrs ago. (I don't recall which.) It's attributed to Susan Gayle Hood in PA. Susan -- this is simple and full of flavor!