This is a recipe that I came up with just because I had bought a cabbage, didn't know how to cook it, and had these ingridients for it. lol! It came out pretty great, and was even good the next day on an Asian chicken sandwich. Enjoy!
This is something I actually had at Costco one day as a sample. I had never seen anything like it in my life, and so I just had to try it. It was so good and so easy that I just have to share it with you all. Enjoy!
This is a Hungarian recipe that is absolutely tasty. I love trying out different fillings with this, and I've been experimenting with lots of them lately. I love using poppy seed filling or almond paste that I find in the baking section of my local grocery. Be as creative as you want, and you won't ever be disappointed!
This is a recipe that I was inspired to make after seeing a few recipes in different cook books. It's quick and easy to make, and the coconut layer is the most beautiful white and a wonderful coconut flavor with a creamy texture.
This a recipe the was given to me by my soon-to-be mother-in-law because I told her that I would love to have recipes from my fiance's childhood to make and surprise him with. These squares are so awesome! They are not too sweet, and at great cold out of the refrigerator. I wish my mother would have known how to make them when I was a child. LoL! Thank goodness I didn't go a lifetime without them.
The name of these little biscuits is pretty self explanatory, and who doesn't like biscuits and pork fat? This recipe can easily be halved if 6 dozen biscuits is too much. I haven't tried freezing them yet but I'm sure them would be fine.