This recipe comes from Paula Deen. It tastes exactly like the boursin cheese sold at stores, for a fraction of the cost! I like to serve this spread with buttery crackers. You could also use it to make sandwiches, etc... The prep time does not include softening of cream cheese, butter or the refrigeration time.
It sounds like a mouthful, and is... a mouthful of flavors! I came across this recipe while trying to find something to make with all of the apples coming off of our trees. I have no idea what website I got it from, but I'm sure thankful I found it. I served it at a gathering of friends and it was gobbled right up!
This is a very moist and flavorful cake with a deliciously creamy filling. Surprisingly, it's not overly sweet. From www.McCormick.com If you like this one from McCormick, you might also enjoy from them, Recipe #391053. :)
I plan on making these for Christmas this year. They're quick to make and you can use different flavorings. The recipe was found in Company's Coming for Christmas by Jean Pare.
NOTE: The main ingredient is dipping chocolate wafers. These are little discs of chocolate that I've found at Bulk Barn.
This recipe came from Trisha Yearwood, who married Garth Brooks and wrote a cookbook called Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma kitchen with a forward by Garth Brooks himself! Gotta try these! :) Be sure to use paper liners in the muffin tins and spray them with nonstick spray; otherwise, they will crumble when you peel off the liners. This recipe also makes great mini muffins; just shorten the baking time by 5 minutes. You might also try using oat flour instead of all purpose for a healthier muffin.
Looking for a candy combo of chocolate, cranberry & cashew I caem across this recipe at candy.about.com, & it suited my needs perfectly! However, if your situation includes the bark sitting around a long time in warm temperatures, it's suggested that 'real' chopped chocolate be used & tempered so that it won't melt in the heat!