This can take a little time but it's really worth it. Great for a meal with family when they "happen" to come over. I've never tried to break it down into smaller pans but I don't see why a 9x9 wouldn't work too. The brown sugar and butter mixed give it a caramel taste, but for more fat/calorie conscious people just put in some brown sugar on the bottom that's really good too. This is not a quickish meal because of the time to prepare (bake it)but it's a no work involved brunch. Alternatively you can bake it, package it and freeze it. That works great too.
Very easy, very fast. Kids love to help with these and I get asked for the recipe everywhere I take them. The ingredients are kind of a baseline for your own methods. I usually make several packages of tortillas at once.
I've seen how much teen boys can eat. I don't know where they put it all, empty limbs maybe? If you're on a budget and you're trying to cook OAMC... this recipe can help a lot. It's affordable to make, easy and I think they're tasty. The recipe calls for those refrigerated biscuit doughs but I've made bread/biscuit dough myself before and it worked just as well. That was a time the refrigerated dough was a bit more than my budget would allow. This makes 60-80 cups depending on what dough you use and the size of the muffin tins you use. It's written to be baked but most of the time they just nuke it, nuked bread.. ew. Anyhow, if you have more than one teen it's a great recipe. If your kids don't like onions just put some onion powder in the mix, they won't know it's there then.
If you do not like soy milk, you may be surprised that you like this smoothie. You cannot taste the soy at all, and the vanilla flavor adds to the wonderful blend of flavors in this smoothie. This is a VERY thick smoothie, and I use it to substitute meals, esp. breakfast. Adding a powder vitamin mix, such as Citriboost or other powder/liquid vitamins works like magic in this smoothie. I use a packet of Splenda to sweeten this but 1/2 tsp. of sugar works too. I have never tried this with milk, I'm not sure it would come close to the same as mine. (this stores wonderfully in the fridge! I just put the lid on the blender container and toss it in the fridge for tomorrows breakfast!)
This is a basic chili recipe, no frills nothing special. I've learned that this is fantastic to keep in the freezer... Chili, chili burgers, chili hot dogs... possibilites are endless. I love this for a quick chili burger, I fry up a burger patty on the foreman grill, put it on half a hamburger bun, put chili on it, onions on it and shredded cheddar cheese on it. UBER yummy and takes about 8 minutes to make.
Taken from the Colorado Bed and Breakfast cook book and adapted. Very good ... we enjoyed it. This is perfect for a special breakfast. Or top the bread with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream before adding the syrup and raspberries, and it becomes a memorable dessert.