I got this recipe from my MIL, it originally comes from our community newspaper. They are so tasty and our family has decided that we prefer these to butter tarts. Prep time includes chilling the pastry and cook time includes set time for the tarts. Top with whipping cream if desired.
I have had success with this pie many times, and takes a matter of minutes to prepare with a frozen pie crust. Of coarse you can use your own pastry recipe ...just mix all ingredients together, pour into prepared crust and bake. This pie is sweet, and should be served with whipped cream.
This fantastic rice pudding requires no baking, and each serving contains only 22% fat. I simply cannot put into words how deliciously creamy this pudding is. Don't let the tofu scare you off. If you like maple, you have to give this a try. I would recommend including the dried cranberries. They add even more depth and sweetness. I got this recipe from my friend Bevrs on the IBS boards at www.helpforibs.com.
My Mum got this recipe from a can of Carnation evaporated milk in the 80s and it's been a family favourite ever since. It's not listed among the Carnation website's current list of recipes at www.nestle.ca so I thought I should do my best to save this classic recipe from extinction. The original recipe calls for "1/4 cup shortening"; we use 3 tablespoons of (corn) oil. It also calls for 1/2 cup of maple syrup, but we found 3/4 cup was even better :) We also cut out the 1/2 teaspoon of salt from the original recipe. Use medium grade maple syrup (not the "light" stuff) if possible. Finally, be sure to use *evaporated* milk, not condensed milk!
These are a welcome break from the muffins we all know so well - they are easy to make and I never have to worry that my teens are running out without breakfast when I make these, as these are a big hit with them. The recipe comes from the Malt-o-meal Hot Wheat Cereal (Maple & Brown sugar flavor) box. These muffins are best when just made and still warm with a little butter if you like - they tend to be a bit on the dry side if not eaten the same day - but normally they are all eaten before this happens!
This recipe has been on my BF's wish list for some time. I finally made them today as a Sunday breakfast muffins and the second batch is still in the oven. We really like them and we're quite happy that we didn't halve the recipe. The recipe makes 20, but hey, muffins freeze beautifully. I wrap them individually in foil before freezing and take one out before I leave the house for work or university. By noon it will be ready to eat. If you want them for breakfast just take them out the evening before. Please note: If you prefer a spicer muffin there is a variation given at the end.
These little maple balls are so buttery, they just melt in your mouth! Better make a double recipe of the delicious cookies, cause your going to need lots! If you don't have any maple extract on hand, just use 2 tsp vanilla instead, it just won't have the maple flavouring, but they are still great.