This mix is great to have on hand for quick, delicious pancakes. Keep in mind that 1 cup of the mix, when combined with the egg, oil, and water, will make 5 to 6 pancakes. To grind the flax seeds, simply use a coffee or spice grinder. This would make a great gift in a basket with a pancake turner, skillet, syrup, etc. Taken from Whole Foods.
This is a rich version of cocoa and what a treat it makes! In the 18th century Europeans married milk with chocolate and sugar. Soon after, it became a very popular after dinner drink!
Adding a pinch of cayenne gives it a little spice too! Adapted from Country Living magazine.
You can build your own gooey frozen yogurt sundaes! The whole family can particpate in this! A tasty way to eat up summer! Adapted from Better Homes & Gardens magazine(July 1989) I have made this rrecipe for 2, but it can be multiplied as needed.
Is there snow on the ground? Then, what are you waiting for? Go out and make a snowman! The original recipe calls for lumps of coals for the eyes, rocks for the mouth, buttons for the front, but Zaar won't allow that, so how about different vegetables to dress up your snowman? Add twigs for the arms, a scarf for his neck and a hat for his head! Use your inmagination and substitute different vegetables or fruits, but most of all, have fun!
This is very good and easy too! Feel free to use different nuts or dried fruit. Adapted from Vegetarian Times magazine. Posted for the World Tour-New England, Mid Atlantic, Mid West, Canadian and also Asian.