Got this one from Kellogg's about 8 years ago. If you prefer, you can use all mashed banana rather than one mashed and one sliced. I've also tried adding 1/2 cup of chocolate chips to make this a real treat
I've been making these for years and my kids love them, and they actually get fiber! I've made this with chocolate chips instead of raisins, as well as with cranberries. all were great. Kids prefer chocolate chip. I don't remember where I got it, but I'm glad I did.
I love this treat in the summer. My mum use to make it in an ice cube tray, which made it easy to serve. If you like a lighter version use light cool whip instead of whipping cream. cook time does not include chilling.
This is a lighter version of Chicken Tetrazzini. I found it in a Cooking Light pasta book. It is great for a low sodium diet too. It tastes really good for being a light dish. My family enjoyes this...even my 4 picky kids. The basil, oregano, and parsley are my additions. I have also made this without the Sherry and Pimientos with wonderful results. (1 1/3 cup servings)
A wonderful dessert cookie with some ice cream. Don't be discouraged by this recipy. It is worth the time and effort. I haven't come across anyone who likes pecans and doesn't like this recipy. It came from a Martha Stewart magazine. Cook time does not include cooling of crust or finished cookie.
This recipie came from HPBooks Crockery Cookery. It was my first crock-pot adventure. My family likes it. It is a great base recipy, with many possibilities. I have used one can kidney beans and 1 can navy beans. Don't use no-fat sauce. The chili will turn out like soup. The garlic is my addition, and can be ommited.