I never seem to have butter softened to the right temperature when I want to make coffee cake, so I finally asked my mom for her recipe, and it doesn't require any softened butter, just oil, so it is a breeze to make. It is easy to get the consistency of the crumb topping just right. You could substitute other types of nuts if you wanted.
Posted for ZWT3. I tried this before posting it and it is so easy and so delicious. A classic French dessert and usually much more difficult to make - and the good news is, you don't have to wait for this to chill. I had some immediately after mixing and it was so good! You could also substitute any flavor pudding mix you wanted.
I found this recipe on the back of the Swanson broth can. I am posting for ZWT3 as this is a classic French recipe and this seems a lot easier than most recipes and doesn't make a TON! There are 580 pages of results for French Onion Soup so I did the best I could to not duplicate! Hope this is ok and I hope this recipe turns out as good as it looks.
This is a version of Hawaiian Banana Bread that includes nuts, chocolate chips, coconut, and powdered sugar glaze. It is INCREDIBLY easy and INCREDIBLY good. One bowl for the bread and one bowl for the icing. No need for a mixer.
This is a great dip for anyone wanting a cream cheese fruit dip, but trying to watch calorie/fat/sugar intake. I found that it doesn't taste as good directly after making it, so try not to skip the refrigeration time.
I had this just about everyday at a crepe stand (like a hot dog stand Frenchified) off the metro in Paris. I made up the recipe for purposes of posting, but could not get enough of these while I was there! I hope these end up being close to what I had there. Feel free to mess with the amounts to your liking. You can purchase the ready-made crepes at the store or find a good recipe here on zaar and use that. Whatever you feel comfortable with. Posted for ZWT3.