I was drinking too much of the Amarula, so thought I better come up with a recipe to use it in. I'm still tweaking it, but here's a good start. Thanks to P.A. Cindy for the start of the recipe (P.A. Cindy Quick Fudge)
My husband makes this every other week with our leftover bananas. Good for loaf pan or muffin tin. He will often add maple or rum flavoring, if the mood strikes him. There are other entries on this site that are very close, but not exactly like this, and my handwritten recipe is falling apart.
Adapted from a Pinterest recipe-- I lightened it up a little bit- but not too much- it's still cheesy and yummy! My kids don't like "red and green thingies" in their food, so I use a hand blender on the Ro-Tel before adding it to the pot.
Found on Pinterest. I make a recipe similar with pizza sauce/pepperoni- so thought the Alfredo/chicken/ham combo would be good. I changed it slightly from the Pinterest post by adding a touch of Italian seasoning. It got a thumbs up from the family- so it wins!
A tasty, pop in your mouth, treat. Easy and quick- and fun to eat. This is the appetizer version, but it could also be made in a full sized muffin tin as more of a lunch sandwich. Adjust the spice with stronger sauce.
My daughter's pre-K class made a recipie book for mother's day. This was submitted by one of her classmates Great-Aunts. I added the can of chicken to give it some protein for a main dish. Yummy, easy, and fast!!
My friend, Colleen, uses this marinade for pork, beef, chicken-- and always has good results. Now I do, too! (my version is lower sodium than hers) The recipe makes enough marinade for 5 lbs of meat, so adjust accordingly.
This is our cut-out-cookie recipe--- obtained from my husband's mother after we got married. It doesn't make too much dough, but can easily be doubled. One of our early marriage decisions (20 yrs ago) was to decide who's mother's recipe to use. Jim won- so he gets to make them! We make icing paint out of powdered sugar, milk, and food coloring and the kids get to paint the cookies. (about 1 cup pwdr sugar to 2 tsp milk- add the milk no more than a tsp at a time)