I got this recipe from my SIL when she made it for breakfast one morning while we were at the beach for DD #2's wedding. She made 2 pans of it and they were both gone before I could turn around twice. Since then, the recipe has been passed around to everyone in the family and gets rave reviews. For the sausage, my family chooses a HOT version as they like theirs spicy.
This recipe is slightly different that the other recipe that is posted for Blend of the Bayou. Here in Louisiana there are several versions of this dish. This is the one that is served at a local restaurant in their plate lunches on Friday. This dish freezes well and everyone I've served it to really enjoys it.
This recipe is a little different from most Butterfinger and/or peanut butter pies. It uses both. I will tell you that it is very rich so small slices are usually best. It has to set for at least 3 hours before serving.
I whipped this up yesterday with fresh corn and tomatoes from my daddy's garden. I needed a dip for a church function and got so many requests for the recipe, I decided it was easier to post it here than process 50 copies of it.
The fresh tomatoes and corn REALLY made a huge difference in the flavors, so use fresh if possible.
Frost with whipped cream or meringue and this cake will turn into a party! In New Orleans, we’d turn a meringue-iced blueberry pudding cake into a Baked Alaska–style dessert by setting it on fire with an alcoholic concoction containing brandy and other dark liquors.
This recipe is from the Crescent City Farmer's Market and is DELICIOUS. I had never considered combining cranberries with strawberries but I'm so glad I did when I found this recipe!!!
It is from Chef Kristen Essig of Nola Bean
This recipes came from a local cooking show. I was very hesitant about kids liking them, but SP ate 6 of them as soon as they came out of the oven and he is a picky little eater.
Make sure not to overbake of they will become too dry and hard instead of soft and chewy.
They are very healthy for you according to my dietician and doctor.