From Southern Living magazine, April 2011. I've not tried this recipe, but it sounds really good. NOTE: This recipe has quite a bit of sugar in it, so for my family, I would personally experiment with it using Splenda to cut the sugar for a diabetic dessert. I would also use gluten-free AP flour.
Many of us are familiar with this dessert. It's my own version i came up with after trying multiple times, looking for the correct flavor. This delicious chocolate cake like brownie tops a molten sea of fudge sauce goodness!
From vegan cookies take over the world by Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Terry Hope. These have the consistency of shortbread; I had to stop my husband snaffling them all. They went down well with a cup of earl grey tea. I substituted the almond milk for soya milk due to my nut allergy; I also added the juice of half a lemon and reduced the sugar by a tablespoon according to my taste
My Mom gave me this recipe a long time ago but I've long since taken it over and now it's mine! It's pretty simple to do and tastes wonderful. This is great for potlucks and bar-b-ques... no matter where I take this, I come home with an empty pan. Be sure to allow this to chill for several hours but overnight is best.
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.
The generous amount of Peanut Butter makes these bars taste rich and creamy, the banana keeps it *ultra* moist and takes on a mellow background flavor, and the oatmeal holds it all together PLUS some chocolate thrown in for good measure :) These are better the next day, don't contain eggs or flour, and are a good way to use up some ripe bananas!
Peanut butter + chocolate = delicious! From America's Test Kitchen, these are a variation on their basic "lunchbox brownie." Dense and rich and peanut-buttery. This makes a small pan (8x8) so it will be gone quickly. :)
Every Wednesday The Montreal Gazette posts recipes according to the theme of the week or recipe requests that readers ask for. This is a recipe request, and it is from American chocolate company, Ghiradelli. I have made and ate this recipe and is decidedly very good.