This snack is standard issue at our house during the holidays. As a matter of fact, I make 2 turkey roasters of this, it's great for taking along to all the holiday parties. Go ahead and make it now. Store in a covered tin in a cool place, and yes, you can freeze it. Just reheat in a warm oven.
This square has great eye appeal, and looks great on your Christmas trays. A mellow orange flavor that is not overpowering, complimented with random mini chocolate chips. It is adapted from the Company's Coming Series.
Such a pretty square for your Christmas tray. Traditional cranberries in an unbaked square, topped with pretty pink icing, garnished with dried cranberries. This makes a large amount, but go ahead, put the extras on a pretty pink or red plate and give as a gift.
This is my favourite square to make for Christmas trays. The layers look so nice, and the caramel colored icing adds some variation on a tray. The taste is also a hit, it is one square that is not too sweet.
This is a variation on a Company's Coming recipe.
Wow! The first time I tasted this cake I knew it would be a hit. Don't let the long ingredient list dissuade you, it includes the frosting. Easy as pie, you start with a mix, and it really does taste better the next day. The cooked frosting is scrumptious, it is not too sweet and is just the right texture.
We love BBQ ribs, especially homemade. I took a copycat recipe and made some changes that gives the sauce a sweet tangy flavor. I always make extra sauce so I can keep pouring over the ribs as they are roasting.
I made some changes to this recipe I found on the 'net, making it easier to prepare, without losing any of the taste. Minced Onion and garlic are sauteed in olive oil, then the peas are simmer in chicken broth. I expected the kids to groan, but they liked it.
Sour cream, dill,and dijon mustard are just a few ingredients which made this peas salad a huge hit in our house. I was looking for something special to serve with Prime Rib, and this is it! I cut some calories by using light dairy products.
When I eat roast turkey, I want a basic recipe, no special herbs or brines. Slow roasted straight up, browned to perfection. Just the way Grandma used to do it when I was a little girl. I begin the stuffing preparation the night before. Don't let the long instructions scare you off, I explained each step for beginner cooks.
This is a nice macaroni salad which can be made a few hours in advance. The dressing doesn't get soaked into the pasta so it stays nice and moist. To save time, I cut all the veg's the night before, and refrigerate them together in a bowl so the flavours mix.
We made over 300 of these cookies for a school function. This recipe is simple to make and will not fail if you follow the recipe. Note the extra tips at the end of the recipe. Make them as large as you wish.
I was surprised I couldn't find this recipe here. It is the only mashed potato recipe I use for the holidays,as it is even better made a day ahead. Not only is it delicious, but it's one less pot to wash when you want to enjoy your company. This also makes a nice potluck dish.