My mother gave me this recipe a long time ago. She has been making it forever. I believe she told me she got it off the back of a coffee jar. :) I usually double it and put in 9x9 to make thicker bars (longer cooking time so be sure to check it).
I found this recipe on the side of a package of spaghetti (Shaw's brand) and tweaked it a little bit. It's not my idea of Shrimp Diavolo, which usually has tomatoes and not broccoli, but that's what it was called on the box so I'm passing it on (with my slight alterations). Anyway, I thought it was good. The original had 12 oz frozen shrimp, but I think frozen shrimp is often rather devoid of taste.
This recipe came from the can of Ghirardelli Brand Sweet Ground chocolate and Cocoa (found with the baking supplies). They were so great that I made them twice in one day! I omitted the walnuts but added the chocolate chips.
I found this recipe on the back of the label on a package of ground beef! Of all the different ways I've used the same old pasta and sauce combinations, I'd never tried this one - it was a big hit! I'm sure this will adapt itself to using vegetables, different meats, no meat - whatever you like best. I'm including the ingredients for a "lazy" marinara sauce in case you don't have any jars of storebought in the pantry.
I got this recipe from an old friend, who got it off a bag of frozen hash browns. My family raved about it the first time I made it, and there are never any leftovers. It's actually not too fattening if you stick to only 1-2 servings...which is hard to do!
This came from the little "recipe book" attached to my bottle of Midori. This makes a pitcher of neon-chartreuse-colored cocktails, about six tall drinks on ice. Garnish with a pineapple wedge, but I do always add a tropical paper parasol! And don't tell anyone, but my fiance likes to add an extra shot of Malibu to his glass; and I like an extra shot of Midori.
I have been making this recipe for ages now and when I first found it, it was on the side of Hershey's Cocoa Tin. As a matter of fact, my mother used to make this for my sister and me in Cuba, when we weren't even so little. Found this on hershey's web site.
This is a sweet and delicious cake. The recipe was on the side of a cake mix box several years ago. I can't remember what it was called back then.
Edited on July 6, 2004: From my own recent and personal experience, try to avoid using store/off brand canned pie filling. They tend to have more of the glaze rather than cherries. The cake won't have as many cherries in it as it would with Comstock or other name brand Pie Filling.
This recipe was made for me, from scratch, by my girlfriend who has NEVER made a cake before, not even from a mix. She found this recipe on the back of my box of cocoa, and managed to find ALL the ingredients to make it in my pantry!! In honnor of her culinary triumph, I posted the recipe for her! Hope you enjoy it : >