I saw this recipe on an episode of Sam the Cooking Guy. I modified it for my family and we liked the modified version so much I thought I'd post it here!
I use one of those rotisserie chickens from the grocery store for this.
I got this recipe from a coworker. Her mom has been making this granola for years. It has become a staple in our house, I make a batch every two weeks. I typically eat it for breakfast, but it is good as a snack, or even warm.
I found myself eating Noel Trujillo's Chocolate Chip Lactation Cookies so much that I figured I'd better find a way to add a little protein to them. The recipe below was developed by combining aspects of many of my favorite cookies.
Source: Maida Heatter's Book of Great Cookies
These are large and thick, with rum-soaked raisins all through them. The dough is very short; the cookies are rather delicate and quite unusual. The raisins must be prepared several hours ahead of time or the day before.
Makes 15 large cookies
Typical gingersnaps lean toward the soothingly plain; these are the opposite of that, spicy with chewy crystallized ginger and aromatic with Chinese five-spice powder. Left unadorned, the cookies will continue to crisp over time; iced, they become softer and more cakey. Courtesy of epicurious.com
I love spinach and I love garlic scapes. This is one of my favorite spring time recipes and it is so simple to make. I got this recipe with my CSA veggie box from Vermont Valley Community Farms in south-central Wisconsin.
My mom's friend Sandy used to make these wonderful baked beans when I was a kid. They can be made in the oven, crockpot, or a Nesco roaster. When taking them to potlucks or family events, I recommend doubling the batch. Enjoy!
This bisquick coffee cake recipe is one of my favorites. It used to be on the back of the Bisquick box, but they replaced it a few years ago. I'm posting it here not only to share it, but as a backup in case I lose my recipe card :)