My mom gave me this recipe a few years ago and we both thought it was easy and really good. I like the addition of nuts in it- oh I'd say about 3/4 c chopped pecans. You can top it with Coolwhip if you want to save time but I think there's no comparison to the real thing. I also think the Pillsbury pie crust that comes in a box next to the tubes of biscuits is far superior to the kind that comes precooked in the tin.
My aunt has been making this dessert for dinner parties for years. It's really fabulous and rich and tart and more suited for adult tastes than for most children. You must have the frozen box of raspberries (the bag kind will not work) and you must have a food processor.
Yet another thrown together dish where I've tried to measure the ingredients out. It's really not so important the quantities- a little more or a little less of things depending on your taste. I love this dish, though- it's an alltime fav...
This recipe derived from the need to use leftover grilled chicken when I was really in the mood for lasagna! The grill flavor really lent it a good flavor- so I suggest using leftover grilled or rotisserie chicken for this.
This was one of those things where I happened to have these ingredients on hand and they all kind of just fell into the pot together. The hubby thought it was good enough that he demanded I immediately write it down.
You would never guess that only 4 ingredients go into this soup! You can serve it pureed or chunky or a little of both and it can be served warm or chilled! You also have the option of using low-fat cream cheese but I have never tried the fat-free version. I'ts delicious! Serve with a good crusty bread and you're ready to go.
My brother's friend George threw this one together on a camping trip and we picked his brain as to exactly how he did it. I've made it both at home and on the campfire and every time it's easy, delicious, and satisfying.