Alton once posted this on his website and said that he always cranks out a bushel or two of it during the holidays. He also said "Dole this stuff out carefully. It is highly habit forming." I totally agree and for this reason have no earthly idea how many servings it makes! Depends on how much you can eat! LOL Especially good to anyone who likes the salty-sweet combination. Cooking time is cooling time.
These are so addictive! I gave this recipe to some folks who now make 2 batches a week!
This was given to me by Joyce, a co-worker.
Note : Please use the large pretzels broken into pieces, these absorb the oil and flavor better then nuggets, or small twists. added: 10/29/08
This is a variation on the original Chex mix based on Buffalo chicken wing sauce. I got it from a newspaper coupon. Very easy and delicious - a bit spicy! Add more or less hot sauce to your liking. Would be great served with ranch or bleu cheese dressing for dipping.
My family loves these more than Cheez-its. I like to make them as snacks. Make sure you refrigerate them overnight, or the crisp just won't be there. Extra sharp cheddar is a must! Silpat mats come in handy for these.
Great to have on hand for a quick lunch or appetizer. You can add any of your favourite pizza toppings to the mix, onions, peppers, sausage, cheddar cheese, etc. my family prefers plain old pepperoni--boring but they love it)
I got this from Betty Crockers fun summer appetizers 2006. These are good to make for any type of get together, They are easy and delicious! I always bring home an empty platter lol. I make them without the red bell pepper though.
Use you favorite flavor to make these but make certain that the Kool-Aid and Jello are the same flavor, using orange Kool-Aid and orange Jello etc... serving is only estimated it will depend on the size of your molds :)
From familyfun.com. Use whole wheat tortillas
for even more nutritional benefit. Also, use other shapes
for themed occasions: summer (butterfly, flower, sun),
beach: (flips flops, surfboard, palm tree), etc. I omitted the salt
from the original recipe.
These are not popovers and have nothing to do with bread. These are very quick snacks that you can whip up during commercial breaks when you are watching TV and you feel like something cheesy. Vary the taste with different types of cheeses.
From Simply Delicioso with Ingrid Hoffmann on foodtv.com. These are a Mexican sweet that I have had a fairs and carnivals. I was thrilled to see it on TV and how easy they were to make using puff pastry. A healthier version because they are baked, not fried like the fair food.
Crunchy, sweet and addictive. I have suggested the 24 oz size package of tortilla, however, any size package may be used depending on the size and amount you would like to make. Therefore, cooking times will vary.
I am requested to make these all the time. They are easy, and people LOVE them. I developed this over the years to suit our tastes. There are recipes close to this one, but I like mine best! The amount of tortillas you need will depend on how thick you spread the mixture. I like them thick.
Zaar wont let me list the chilies, olives and pimentos correctly. But I buy the small can of each. They are already chopped small, so they mix in well with the cream cheese.