This yummy salad dressing recipe came with some gourmet salad dressing jars that I got for Christmas. I love the complex blending of sweet, spicy, and vinegar flavors. I would recommend refrigerating at least overnight before enjoying so that the flavors have time to blend.
I'm looking forward to when Colorado peaches are in season again so that I can make this delicious pie! This one uses apricot Jello in the filling. Prep time does not include time needed in the refrigerator to set.
Posted for ZWT6. Adapted from norway-hei.com This is a traditional Norwegian Christmas dessert, a little lighter than others I've seen posted because it uses half and half instead of whipping cream. Total prep time does not include the time needed for the mousse to set.
Another dessert recipe from my grandma, who was known for her desserts. This was one of my favorite desserts growing up! This one is a no-bake. She didn't put in the amounts for the chopped nuts and vanilla, so I'm guessing what they are. If you try this and have any suggestions, please let me know!
My hubby isn't a huge fan of cranberries because they're too sour for him but I love them around the holidays. I made this a couple years ago for Thanksgiving and he loved it! The jello portion should be made the night before and the topping can be made the day of, but should be refrigerated at least an hour before serving.
Recipe is from my sisters. They also gave me all of the dry ingredients in a clear jar, nice gift idea!
*Note: The cookies burn easily, watch carefully! We make our cookies on the small side, so the yield is based on that.
Posted for ZWT6: Great Britain. Looks like a delicious summer treat! The original said 1 wineglass of red wine, so I put down the typical amount for a glass of wine. Feel free to add more if you feel it needs it! Prep time does not include chilling.
Posted for ZWT6. Adapted from Sanjeev Kapoor's website. Looks like a delicious refreshing summer salad! Mix of sweet fruits and spicy peppers! *Note: If you don't have access to muskmelon, I would substitute with cantaloupe or honeydew melon, they're all in the same family.
My mom's wonderful and easy recipe for fudge, a regular part of our Christmas sweets platter! This fudge is very rich and sweet. The top layer can be butterscotch or cherry chips. I imagine that peanut butter or mint would also work, but we have not tried these variants.