I came up with these last Christmas when we had some leftover candies. They aren't the prettiest to look at when the chocolate and caramel melts (hence the name), but I keep getting requests from my husbands work to make some more.
I wanted to make a banana muffin, but something a little more tropical, so I came up with these. I think a little toasted coconut would be good either in the batter or sprinkled on top, but I did not use any since the rest of my family does not like coconut. These are, naturally, best fresh out of the oven.
Attention blueberry lovers! After watching a show on the Food Network about a Maine Blueberry Festival, I knew I had to have some of that blueberry ice cream. This recipe is the result of that search. I can't believe this stuff isn't sold in stores; it's that good. "Cook" time is machine time. Instructions do not include time needed in your conventional freezer.
from the August 2013 issue of Better Homes and Gardens magazine.
Personally, I would add a little more salt to the chicken meatballs, otherwise, they are a bit bland. I also use Napa cabbage with this instead of lettuce; I just think it meshes with the dish better. There are several lovely flavors that meld beautifully in this dish
This recipe is from Colette Peters, in a wonderful book called Cakes To Dream On. This is one of the many recipes I tested when making my daughter's first birthday cake. Fabulous filling, couldn't ask for any better. I made one batch using almond extract, and one using 1/2 vanilla and 1/2 orange extract.
Recipe from Food Network. BE WARNED!!!!! This is a very spicy dish. You may want to adjust the seasonings accordingly. I repeat, this is a very spicy dish. That said, everyone at my house loved it. The chicken (I used thighs) came about unbelievably melt in your mouth tender. Serve on a bed of rice noodles. Yummy!
This is a copycat version of Applebee's famous quesadillas. Using the Pico de Gallo recipe #83371 (thank you EdsGirl), you won't be able to tell the difference between these and the ones from the restaurant. Please note, the recipe is for one serving, adjust accordingly to suit your needs.