The orange colors in this fudge make it a great treat for Fall! The recipe, although tweaked for my own sweet tooth, comes from Taste of Home Prize Winning Recipes, 2008. Preparation time does not include time needed to set in the refrigerator!
The original of this recipe was found in the Dec/Jan 2011 Taste of Home Healthy Cooking magazine, & with a couple of tweaks, I had what I wanted! Cooking time depends on the amount of chicken that can be cooked at the same time. The cooking time here is figured for 2 batches.
The original of this recipe comes from the June/July 2009 issue of Taste of the South magazine. Great served w lettuce leaves & wrapped in a soft tortilla, or as a sandwich with slices of whole wheat bread.
This recipe was found in the December 2009 Best of Cooking Light Holidays, & it can be easily made & enjoyed during the holidays or any time of year! Preparation time does not include the time needed for chilling. One tablespoon per serving size is based on the following = Although it's nice served with crackers, whole grain bread, etc, during the holidays, you can make 64 appetizers by putting 1 tablespoon of this cheese spread between 2 gingersnaps!
This recipe was taken from a local newspaper & tweaked slightly! Although they take a bit of time to make, they are tasty little bites! Preparation time does not include time needed for yams to cool in refrigerator.
A friend of mine clipped this recipe out of some magazine last week & passed it on to me thinking (correctly!) that I'd be interested in it! Love those kinds of friends! The first time I made this I used a combination of frozen blueberries, raspberries & marionberries!