A very sweet, moist loaf. A great alternative for dessert. This recipe evolved from a zucchini bread recipe. This isn’t the healthiest recipe ever, but is a little better than the run of the mill zucchini bread. This recipe qualified for Round Two of the Aetna Healthy Food Fight Cooking Contest. Originally posted on TheMoreWithLessMom.com.
These are fabulous...so nice to keep on hand.freeze well and you can have fresh cookies in a snap...I like to glaze them with a little powdered sugar and hot water and make a thin glaze and brush a little on tops of warm cookies..let set on rack till glaze is dry..the use of nuts and/or raisins is optional
Entered for safe-keeping. From Evelyn Tribole's "More Healthier Homestyle Cooking." This version reduces the amount of brown sugar and brandy, uses egg whites in place of whole eggs, and eliminates butter in the yam mixture. Note that Splenda Brown Sugar Blend for Baking may be substituted for the brown sugar, but you will need only half as much.
This dish may sound complicated at first, but don't let it fool you. It's easy to make, yet elegant to serve. If you can roll up a cake jelly-roll style or form the dough for cinnamon rolls, you can make this. In this recipe, you roll a cooked egg mixture instead of a cake or dough. The filling is made from cooked, savory vegetables.
My b/f loooooooves Bakers Square French Silk pie. However, the chain has closed all of its stores in Southern California. A few Valentines days ago I tried the recipe that calls for Knox Gelatin and buttermilk - that was a disaster. This recipe which I found on bigoven.com is the closest to perfection as I have been able to find. Making sure everything is well mixed is the secret to a nice high fuffy pie.
The first time I had these I thought I had died and gone to heaven... This recipe is in the Top 5 for my FAVORITE desserts... Add a scoop of French Vanilla Ice Cream on top of one of these YUMMY brownies when they are warm, is the ULTIMATE in desserts in my opinion! 1-23-08 I did make an adjustment on this recipe. It should have been an 8x8" pan not a 9x13"... No wonder they were coming out crumbly! Also, I use 2 med. McIntosh apples for mine.
I'd never heard of this dessert until I ate it in a small hotel at the foot of the French Pyrenees. I came back home and was able to find this recipe on the internet-- I believe a French cuisine website, but the name escapes me. Quick, easy, and yummy, too. Preparation time includes resting time.
I got this recipe from a friend. I make these often and take them to many potlucks, office parties, the cottage, picnics, children's lunch and the list goes on. Recipe from the cookbook "Just The Best."
This is a very nice, basic oatmeal bread for your bread machine that I do make fairly often. The ingredients are simple, and great for those avoiding dairy products, since it's made with water. I think you'll like it. NOTE: I never tried it with wheat germ, but I'd bet it would be great! Baking time will vary based on your machine.