Heavenly is all I can say!! I had these cookies on a trip many years ago while staying at a Doubletree Hotel (they left one on each pillow each day after cleaning the rooms) and always thought they were "THE BEST" chocolate chip cookies I had ever eaten! I have searched High and Low for a recipe for anything similar to what I had eaten at the Doubletree and recently found this recipe (unfortunately I can't remember where I got the recipe from)and have made them several times since. They are a little more time-consuming than regular chocolate chip cookies but well worth the extra time! This recipe makes extra large cookies. I'm not sure as to the exact prep time and I don't always chill the dough overnight) From Even More Top Secret Recipes.
I found this recipe on pinterest, and it is the best and easiest sticky bun recipe I've ever made!!! The real goodness though lies in the cream cheese icing. You can skip it if you'd like, but my husband says it makes the sticky buns that much better, and the icing is so tasty that he'd eat it out of the bowl if I'd let him!!! Caution: Seriously Addictive!
These are yummy! Banana bread cupcakes with peanut butter frosting!!! Came up with these one night when trying to figure out what to do with ripe bananas. You can kick these up a notch by adding cooked crumbled bacon on top instead of salted chopped peanuts.
I had some bananas that were becoming very ripe so I decided to make a banana bread. I wanted something with a twist so I added the peaches in. Smells wonderful, tastes great! Perfect with a cup of tea!
My mom has been making this cornbread for over 40 years-I'm sure she got it from my grandma who was from Kentucky. It's not a sweet cornbread-just as good though. My father would take the leftovers and break a piece up in a glass of milk and eat it like cereal. It's very good. We always cook this in a cast iron skillet.
This Thanksgiving my boyfriend's step mom's daughter-in-law, Kim, brought this sweet potato casserole for our feast. Not being a huge fan of sweet potatoes, I was reluctant to try it. Boy am I glad I did! It isn't as sweet as most sweet potato casseroles and doesn't have tons the marshmallow goop on it. I begged her for the recipe so that I could have it every holiday and decided to post it on *Zaar so that I don't lose it. She stated on the recipe card that she always doubles the recipe and that when it does, it fills a 1 1/2 quart casserole dish.
I came up with this one night, when really hungry and craving something with cream of mushroom soup in it...made this huge pot of soup, took it to work, and some of my co-workers said this soup helped them feel better (was during cold and flu season). You can adjust the spiciness in this soup, though the spicier the better at clearing sinuses.
For years I tried making the perfect fried green tomatoes. My grandmothers were absolutely perfect, and she never wrote her recipe down, so I never knew what she did. Well, I made these one day and they tasted exactly like hers, and now these are my go-to fried green tomatoes! Delicious.
My mother-in-law Debbie made these for my husband when he was growing up, and he loved them. She gave me her recipe, and now I make them for him and they are divine! Usually don't last more than 2 days in my house.
My Mother-in-law Debbie makes this for me every year for my birthday. It is my favorite cake that she makes, and of course, I love anything strawberry. To me this cake tastes better the more it sits, and is perfect with a glass of cold milk. Even though I'm not a boxed cake mix fan, there's always an exception, and this cake in my book is one of them.
This is my prized recipe from my late Grandmother Dee, who made this every Thanksgiving and Christmas for our family. I looked forward to this every year, and now that she is gone, I still have this wonderful recipe to remember her by every time I make it. Even better the next day. Warning: Not for people who don't like mayo, or for people who are on a diet.