I found this loverly recipe in a cooking magazine and it instantly appealed to me! It very easy and quick to put together and makes for a wonderful breakfast. Since I like to spread my scones with some jam, I use less sugar. So if you want them to be sweeter, just take more sugar.
This is another terrific recipe from one of the cookbooks my wonderful friend and swap partner Tammie sent to me in the February 2009 Cookbook Swap. The book is called "The San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market Cookbook" and it features wonderful recipes as well as a lot of information on fruit and vegetables as well as organic farming. Its great!
The Cake itself has a wonderful crunchy yet doughy crust and a tasty filling. Its easy to make and quite quick, too.
I used frozen rhubarb and thats why I had quite a lot of juices in the dish, but if using fresh that should be no problem at all.
This wonderful pie recipes comes from the December 2004 issue of Better Homes and Gardens, which was given to me in the February 2009 Cookbook Swap my my wonderful friend Tammie.
It has a flaky crust and a tasty custardy filling. I luv that everything is made from scratch!
This is not your ordinary pie recipe. Picture a refreshing rhubarb compote sitting on a wonderfully crisp crust. Perfect for all those warm summer days. Serve with vanilla ice-cream or custard for extra decadence. ;)
Chill time of 1 hour is not included in prep time.
These savoury scones use tahini in place of butter, which makes them quite healthy and also gives them a unique taste. They do have a slight sweetness and a lovely crunch from (roasted) sunflower seeds. Very yummy!
You could use peanut butter and peanuts or cashew butter and cashews or almond butter and almonds, too. Whatever floats your boat. :)
I went to a gluten-free baking class and this was one of the featured recipes. I had never had biscotti before, so I don't really know how this compares. I liked it however. It was quite good dipped in my coffee and had just the right amount of crunch and sweetness. Makes a fair amount and supposedly keeps for a long time.
I went on a search for a German Chocolate Cake-like cookie that was made from scratch and not using a cake mix. I found this on cooksrecipes.com. Prep time is approximate and does not include cooling time.
This is the recipe that Lance Armstrong's mom used for the banana bread she fed him while he was growing up and racing. It's from her book No Mountain High Enough. As she describes this bread, "It is not just good, it's WAY good. It's forget your middle name good."
It's a popular Malaysian snack that's traditionally deep-fried, but here I am pan-frying it in a smidgen of butter or cooking oil. That works too and it's way healthier. ^_^ Children love it, too, as it's mildly sweet. Great as an afternoon snack with a mug of coffee or tea.
Simple recipe for when you just want a cookie or two, (and don't want a whole batch waiting to get eaten!) It is easily adaptable to most any flavor; and also great to eat as dough (no eggs). I leave out the baking soda and salt because I don't care if my cookie rises, as long as it tastes good.
Whenever you have a chocolate craving, stow away that box of Godiva truffles and make this, because it will not only satisfy your cravings for something deep, dark, and dreamy, but also curb your hunger. The recipe may be longer than a cake mix recipe, but it is absolutely worth your time!