After countless searches for a good Coney Island sauce, I stumbled on this one at another cooking website. Most recipes I had tried were just too sweet, this is a good Midwest-style Coney sauce. I didn't follow the measurements to the letter - just eyeballed it; and I added a couple dashes of hot sauce to kick up the heat a bit.
I was searching the net for some new bar cookies/brownies since I have to prepare several dozen baked goods to sell during intermission of our Summer Youth Theater performances at the end of this month. There's always large crowds and the homemade baked goods always sell faster than the store bought. I came upon this recipe and thought what could be better than my favorite candy bar and sweetened condensed milk!
I found this recipe on the back of a bag of all purpose flour. These are very good and easy to make. The sweetness of the raspberries and the richness of the chocolate were a hit with our tailgating crowd.
Try this recipe on the banana bread recipe from author Ann Hodgman's "Beat This" cookbook. Make them into cupcakes instead of loaves, baking the cupcakes for 20 minutes instead of the 45-55 minutes for loaves. Top with this icing!
A delicious, rich cake, that my daughter justifies for breakfast. This recipe was given to me years ago by a co-worker. His Mother used to make this all the time for him to bring to work. There's just something about the old southern recipes that are so delicious!
This recipe comes from the California Kosher cookbook by the Women's League of Adat Ari El Synagogue in North Hollywood, Ca. Instead of having a macaroon dipped in chocolate, this one is chocolate all the way through! These are super easy and quick to make!