From the Photo Forum Challenge Intro: "This forum is all about photos & this month the photos are all about sharing the wonders of COFFEE ~ not only a beverage that many require to start (or as part of) their day, but a now universally-popular ingredient that has found its creative way into nearly every category of food we prepare." This cookbook features the recipe choices & the photos of the challenge participants.
A lovely nightcap from drinkswap, you'll sleep like a baby after this. Recipe calls for only 1 tsp of cream but feel free to increase that if you like a milky coffee. I added a lot more than 1tsp myself.
A rich creamy coffee full of flavor! Good iced coffee is my favorite to relax with whether it is winter or summer. A secret for making your iced coffee easier is to freeze ice cube trays filled with leftover brewed coffee. Having these ice cubes handy helps retain the coffee flavor rather than the watered down effect of regular ice cubes. Try it!
If you like pecans, this will become your favorite recipe..you can also use crushed butterscotch candy, pounded in a plastic bag until the pieces are no larger than 1/4"..or Bits of Brickle almond crunch candy..
This is very easy and very good! I was real happy how this turned out. It looked perfectly cooked and I followed the directions almost exactly. The only thing I did differently was cooked 10 minutes longer on 350 than what it called for, by accident. I turned the timer off and forgot to turn the heat down right away. Oh well, it turned out perfect to me and dh was proud to take 1/2 of it to work. I was worried about not prepping the pan, but it worked out great!