This is a great bread recipe that I got from King Arthur Flour email. A sweet twist on cinnamon bread using Red Hots candies :)
From their site: Delightfully spicy bread using Cinnamon Red Hot candies in place of the traditional cinnamon swirl. The pink and red pools of melted cinnamon candy remind us of freckles after a day in the sun. This bread makes excellent toast, amazing French toast and can also be made into cheerful and unique cinnamon buns. Cooking time includes rising time.
This is a recipe that a friend gave me. He swears by it and says that it is nice. It is meant to be very original. Editor's note: Pure alcohol is very irritating to the throat and should never be drunk straight -- Please drink responsibly.
I found this recipe in an Amish cookbook and immediately thought how this might be a perfect side dish for autumn and winter meals and the holidays, year 'round! (Prep time does not include time for jello to set).
I got this recipe from a friend after she brought it to a church dinner. It is quick and tastes amazingly good! I've used it for a Valentine dinner party. Prep time does not include soaking or chilling time.
No baking necessary and always a big hit!! My niece made these last year for the holidays and I thought they were adorable. We don't like red hots, so I use mini M&M's. This also allows you to use various colors for the eyes and nose.
These are for Cindy! If you like sweet crisp apples bite into this. If you don't like the coconut just place the dipped apples on to a very well grease the cookie sheet pan. Or you can dip into those colored candies if you have a real sweet tooth.
This is pretty and taste good to.Great for holiday giving!A good way to start Christmas Morning or when you come in from shoveling the snow. Make it and bring it to a football game,A parade or camping!
this is really good...goes nice with summer cookouts...my family requests if often
In stead of heavy cream, I used a pkg of prepared dream whip..but wonder if you could not use Cool Whip..to cut calories and fat
I found this recipe in a box of clippings from a Church garage sale..
This recipe was our family's favorite twist on the traditional holiday dish. My grandmother served at Thanksgiving and Christmas, and now I make it for my own family. We prefer it without marshmallows, but you may use them if you wish. This recipe is so easy that you don't really have to do any work besides peeling and chopping the yams. I've tried other recipes for sweet potatoes, but none of them come close to being as delicious as this one!