This recipe came from my scout leader back in the 1970's and our troop made them to raise money for a long since forgotten reason. Its best to use bananas that are very ripe. *NOTE: Cooking times have been corrected.
This sauce is so quick and easy to make, it takes any pasta dish to a new level. Simple pasta, marinara sauce and parmesan cheese...yummy!
We prefer it served in our favorite lasagna or manacotti dish.
I never buy store bought any longer, not when its this easy to make dishes taste special.
End the perfect party with a decadent dessert that will amaze and delight your guests. I'm giving amounts for 8 but that is only because I have to. Get as many strawberries as you want and a bottle of Amarula Cream liqueur and go to town! the prep time is 2 mins per berry but you can do it in less time that that when they are washed and waiting *wink*
These are great for any holiday, but I especially like to make them for Christmas or Valentine's Day. Plan ahead, the dough has to be refrigerated for about 1 hour before rolling. Prep time does not include chilling time.
Forget about that greasy version of fried chicken that soaks through the takeout container before you get it home. Get all the crunch with half the calories using this hassle-free oven method. Skinless, boneless chicken breasts stay moist and tender beneath a crispy coating of spices.
You will want to save some of the pasta cooking water because it will be used to extend the butter-cheese sauce. From Family Circle Note: The nutritional value that zaar calculates is way off the mark from the magazine's calculations. This is featured in the magazine as a healthy meal and I don't see how zaar's nutritional information is correct. Family Circle's info is: 479 calories per serving, 29 g fat (11 g sat), 16 g protein, 41 g carbohydrates, 3 g fiber, 507 mg sodium and 39 mg cholesterol).
My mom was cleaning out one of her closets and came across several folders full of recipes that she had clipped from magazines and newpapers over the years. This came from a March 1992 edition of the Houston Chronicle. This chicken is great served over steamed rice.
My mom was cleaning out one of her closets and came across several folders full of recipes that she had clipped from magazines and newpapers over the years. This appears to have come from an advertisement for a Weight Watchers Cookbook called "Quick Cooking for Busy People". I don't know if they used the same point system back then as they do now but this claims to be worth 4 points. Anyway, it's a quick and tasty way to make chicken!
A non-alcohol and sugar-free variation on a classic coffee drink. Adapted from Torani website. Prep time does not include cooling time for coffee. I make extra morning coffee during the summer and keep it in the fridge for iced drinks. You can garnish this with whipped cream if desired, but that will change the sugars and calories.