This is a creation I came up with when I needed a dessert and was asked to bring Snickerdoodles again. They're delicious!!! And easy, to boot!!!! Cinnamon-y cookies, with cold, creamy ice cream in the middle!! They go fast!!!
You can mix it up with your favorite ice cream. I recommend the cinnamon ice cream, or plain vanilla. And we've even tried Fried Mexican Ice cream!!
Use your favorite snickerdoodle recipe...I prefer recipe #138385! I'm including this recipe here.
The amounts are approximate, cuz it really depends upon how big your cookies are and how much ice cream you put in the middle.
These sandwiches are To-Die-For!!!! Sweetness from raspberry preserves and powdered sugar, saltiness from gouda, ham and turkey, and a little kick from cayenne! Use any good, thick-sliced bread. Challah or Brioche is great! But plain sliced bread works just fine! This is a must try for any time of day!!! (Midnight is my favorite!) Created for RSC #11.
This is an old stand-by in my house! I always have the ingredients on hand, and my hubby loves them! Shhhh...don't tell him how easy they are!!! You can add anything you'd like to these! I like adding some leftover recipe #161522 inside!
I know there are a ton of sugar cookie recipes here, but I couldn't find this one, and it's my favorite! It makes a nice thick and soft sugar cookie, that's perfect for all the holidays. Frost these with your favorite vanilla frosting (I often just used the store-bought stuff...shhhhh!). Cooking time includes chilling time. I'm guessing on the amount, but I'll adjust when I make these soon!
I couldn't believe that this simple, yet delicious, tea sandwich isn't here on 'Zaar! This is so good! I've used this for my cooking class, and even those teenagers who said they didn't like cucumbers, gobbled these up! If you want, you can use an English cucumber, then you don't have to peel it! I'm guessing on the servings amount.
Ole!!! Flautas are similar to taquitos, which are rolled tacos. These flautas use flour tortillas to give them light crispiness! The perfect accompaniment is chunky guacamole, with many of the same flavors from the flautas--enjoy!
A great marinade for steak!!! (You can even use it for chicken for Pollo Asada!) I use skirt steak for flap meat, but any thin cut steak would work. This recipe is for up to 4 pounds of meat. Cook time does NOT include marinating time.