From the cookbook The Chew and offered up by Michael Symon. Michael says when he made this on the show(The Chew), they had to physically restrain Carla Hall from rushing the serving bowl and devouring the whole thing.
Turns out perfect and is such a pleasure to eat! I have changed it just a little, replacing dry milk powder(and water) with non dairy milk. I like to add in some cinnamon to the dough when making too. You can also replace the raisins with dried cherries or other fruit(and try adding in some mini chocolate chips-yum!) You can half the recipe easily. I like to make a little more filling :) Recipe courtesy Ellie Krieger for Food Network Magazine.
I saw this on Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate. Michael Simon was raving over it. It sounded so interesting I had to make it and just happened to have everything on hand(okay, I was out of cilantro, but didn't let that stop me). I didn't have the six pepper blend, but did have black, white and pink peppers, so used that in the pepper mill. This is very different from the traditional guacamole. The name of the episode, was the totally unexpected, after all. Adapted from Web Gangsta who recreated the recipe from Lopez Southwestern Kitchen in Cleveland, Ohio.
I got this from a Taste of Home magazine, but changed it by adding whole wheat flour to make it more healthy. With the great taste of ranch dressing mix, you will be asked to make this again and again. Prep time is rising time. You can cut the recipe in half to make 2 loaves.
The potato combined with the yeast makes them feather light and tender, with a yummy fragrance! These do require rising time. Prep time includes rising time. Adapted from Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone by Deborah Madison.
These look decadent and certainly for people with a big sweet tooth! I have borrowed a Taste of Home from 2008 and putting this up for safekeeping. This was sent in by Barb Bovberg from Ft. Collins, Colorado. That's where I just visited!
This is a really easy recipe! Make this right before you serve it so it will retain it's crunch and not get soggy. You will love all the great flavors and textures. Adapted from Chef Tal Ronnen's The Conscious Cook.
A recipe kids and adults will enjoy. Have fun! Adapted from the Popcorn Board. You could use blue and red sprinkles for Fourth of July, or red and green for Christmas, red for Valentine's day, use your imagination!
This is from the Sneaky Chef's recipe but I have added a little more to it. It's still orange! and so nutritious you will want to put it in almost everything! Try it in macaroni and cheese, grilled cheese sandwiches, meatloaf, spaghetti sauce, pizza sauce, throw it in with spaghettios! The options are endless. And have fun putting extra nutrition in your kids(and adults) food! :) In the summer you could sub yellow summer squash(1 med. or 2 small), use it raw and put in the food processor with the other veggies.