Dried fruit provides rich, concentrated cherry flavor, a contrast to the tart frozen cherries. The white, creamy chocolate topping drizzles the pies with sweetness. Recipe is from Cooking Light. Prep time does not inlude chilling and freezing times.
These blondies are so good. The orange and almond extracts really give them a lovely flavor so I wouldn't leave them out if possible. I get the orange extract from a drug store. I had one that is called orange cream and it is wonderful. I got this recipe from a newspaper.
This makes a time-saving meal. You can bake one right away and freeze the other for another time. Recipe is from Taste of Home. Prep time only includes the time for the casserole you plan to bake right away.
If you don't have a panini grill, heat a skillet on medium heat. Cook sandwich 5 minutes on each side or until cheese is melted and sandwich is golden brown on both sides, gently press down top of sandwich with a spatula.
These tortillas turn out tender, chewy and they are easy to make. Recipe is from Taste of Home. Note: Well-wrapped tortillas keep in the freezer for up to a month. Thaw overnight in the refrigerator and reheat before using.
This dip looks delicious. I plan on making it for this year's Super Bowl. Go Steelers! Note: Ground turkey can be substituted for the ground beef. Bowl dip mixture can be spooned onto the rolls for a group meal alternative.
I got this recipe from a newspaper article.
This is a recipe for Chilean bread. The breads of Chile are celebrated for their diversity of shape, flavor, and texture. Dobladitas are a Chilean quick bread, rolled out, cut into circles, and folded in layers before baking. They are tender and flaky when served warm out of the oven. They are best when they are warm, right from the oven or toasted the next day, with some butter, jelly, or even some guacamole. Recipe from All Recipes.com.