I found this recipe in a cookbook that is a few years old. I decided to try it out for an auction we were having to raise money for our trip to Utah. It turned out fantastic, and it sold for $60, if I remember correctly.
This is a recipe that was passed down from my dad's side of the family. We have it every Christmas. It is so delicious and it makes the house smell absolutely wonderful. I, personally, don't prefer mushrooms. Once, I made it without the mushrooms, but added 2 small cans of sliced potatoes. I was extremely pleased with it. However, the rest of my family prefers the mushrooms and insisted they were necessary.
A fabulous recipe! My family and I host an annual Christmas Brunch the Saturday before Christmas Day. We make three batches of this, and it always disappears.It seems like everybody loves this. If you want a spicier dish, try adding 1 (4oz) can of green chilis and/ or 1/3 tsp red pepper.
My dad's work was holding a chili cook-off. His employee, Paul, brought in this recipe and won! My mom got the recipe and it has been a family favorite ever since. It isn't too spicy, but if you enjoy spicy cuisine, that is easily achieved.
I found this in an ancient Betty Crocker cookbook- the novel with the cover half ripped off and corners extremely worn, on my grandma's cookbook shelf. She was going to throw it away, until we found this recipe. My grandma complains about something always going wrong with her fudge. But, with this...no complaints. It comes out perfect- and very addicting- every time.
This is how I get rid of our extra plain, boring shredded wheat that no one really wants to eat. They are crunchy, but still soft. To my taste buds, they fashion a taste somewhere in between peanut butter cookies and oatmeal cookies, but with a crunchy aspect to them, paired with a hint of chocolatey goodness. The baking time is for a couple batches, but it will vary depending on how big your oven and/or baking sheets are.
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