Yummy! This is my all-time favorite homemade candy. I love the combination of buttery toffee with nuts and chocolate! It's REALLY EASY to make- you don't even need a candy thermometer for this one. Sometimes I use pecans instead of almonds and I love it that way, too. Feel free to substitute your favorite nut for the almonds- just chop them up small.
We really like the flavor of this easy chicken dish. The aroma that fills the house is fantastic! It's not a quicky but most of the time it's in the oven so you're not actually doing anything but waiting. I like to serve this with buttered egg-noodles. If you like chicken cacciatore, give this one a try- it's kinda in the same family.
Fabulous, quick and tasty pasta dish. I make this often and my husband inhales this (it is a sight to behold, let me tell you). Serve with a big loaf of garlic bread and your guests will be in heaven. It serves 4 people (well, normal people- my husband can eat more than half of this himself) but you can easily double for a larger crowd.
Serve this delicious tart for brunch, lunch, or a light supper. It can also be made using mini pastry shells for individual appetizers. For appetizers, adjust baking time to 20 minutes for or until browned and filling is set.
This quick, easy topping will go over big with all the peanut butter lovers in your family. It's perfect on all flavors of cake but it's especially good on chocolate cake, cupcakes and brownies. This makes enough to top one 9" round or square cake or 12 cupcakes. It doubles nicely for a 13x9 cake. This can also be used as a filling between layers with or without the broiling step. It's a hit no matter what you do with it.
Here's a way to use up the candy corn and whatever else you have laying around! It calls for oreos but I used chocolate chip cookies because that's what I had and it worked out great. You can easily substitute ingredients and tailor this recipe to your family's tastes. I added mini marshmallows and mini m and m's to ours. Making this was alot of fun for the whole family! White chocolate chips do NOT melt well at all. You really need to stick to the candy melts for best results.
Here's a nice little vinaigrette that I found on the eating well website amongst their diabetic recipes. They say you should do this one in the blender so it will be creamy. I did and it was perfect. Make this one several hours ahead or the day before so the flavors can blend.
I found this on another site. We gave it a try and it's really simple and delicious. I had it on the table in no time so it's great for a quick weeknight meal. Try it over biscuits. I'm posting this for ZWT5 for France.