These are recipes that I have made, and reviewed. When I pick out a recipe, I make sure that I like everything in it. If there's an ingredient I don't like, I make sure that I can replace or remove it without changing the basic recipe. That way, I don't give a bad review for something that I changed. So, go through these, and enjoy!
This is a very easy and fast to make snack or appetizer which can be served with your favorite dip, spread, salsa or sauce. But it is also delicious on its own. The beer in it adds a fantastic flavor and is the cause of the crispy bubbles which are formed during baking. The recipe is for one baking tray, but you can easily make it for a large number of guests. Men will (probably) like it with a glass of beer and a "hot" or "spicy" dip. And be prepared for a second or third serving, because this flat bread will gone fast. I have seen the making of this bread in a German TV show, but can't remember who make it. But whoever invented this bread, thank you for this fantastic flat bread.
I found this recipe on another site and decided to try it. It is very easy to prepare, elegant enough for a dinner party and can be easily halved for a special dinner for two. A great way to use up leftover cooked shrimp. Serve with a side dish of steamed asparagus.
Just wait until you taste these cookies! the butterscotch or caramel pudding gives these cookies a fantastic flavour and texture. You can use instant or regular, large (6-ounce) or small (3-ounce) box and butterscotch OR caramel pudding mix! Plan ahead, this dough needs to be chilled for 30 minutes before shaping and baking. Yield amount is only estimated.
My sister's co-worker brought these to a party and they were quite a hit. I don't know where the recipe came from originally.
"Bark" is an artificial chocolate or vanilla candy coating/confectioner's coating used to make a treat called almond bark and can be found at most grocery stores near the chocolate chips.
You can use chocolate chips and white chocolate chips if you don't have almond bark, but I have found that almond bark melts better and is easier to work with.
Simple, delicious, and healthier than the traditional Kielbasa recipes. Add your favorite crusty bread, a tossed salad or steamed vegetables, and you're set for an appetizing dinner (even for kids!) any time of the year.
I found these online many years ago. I think they are called martian cookies because of the green zucchini flecks. My husband loves them and has asked for them repeatedly, but I had lost the recipe. I haven't made them in awhile and therefore the serving size is approximate.
Easy and low fat to boot! : ) I don't remember where I got this recipe, but I have written down here with it: Per serving: 312 calories, 5g fat, 349 sodium, 64 mg cholesterol, 46 carbs, 19g protein, and 251 mg potassium.