Different than other recipes for this type of cookie due to the addition of orange zest and vinegar which lends a nice counterbalance to the sweetness of the date filling. This cookie also freezes well for make ahead holiday treats. Cooking time is chilling and baking time.
This authentic anise cookie is my mothers recipe. The use of anise oil (available behind the counter from your pharmacist)sets this cookie apart from the rest. You can make these cookies in November and store them in a tightly covered tin to let them age and mellow, ready for Christmas.
A trusted recipe which has always been part of my Christmas cookie selection. They keep well and also freeze well. If you store them in a cookie tin, they will be crisp. If you store them in a tupperware type container they will be soft.Adapted from a womens magazine years ago.
My brother-in-law squealed with delight when he first tasted this one! Very rich desert,and a little goes a long way. Hope you enjoy. Cooking time is mostly for chilling. Recipe by Carol Hird for 37th Pillsbury bake-off.
Rich and creamy with a fudgey brownie base, this desert also makes an elegant presentation. Garnishing the top of the torte with chocolate dipped strawberries, chocolate leaves and mint sprigs will visually put it over the top! Cooking time is mostly cooling & chilling time.
Posted by request. This cobbler is a "dump" recipe and the juices of the pineapple and frozen peaches mixes with the cake mix while baking to form a cake layer that is both gooey and crispy on top. It is a recipe from a local PBS cooking show QED cooks.
This recipe came to me by way of the February 2005 Zaar recipe adoption. I have made some healthier modifications to the recipe and I hope the end result is one you will enjoy. Prep time includes soaking and cooking the dried beans, but could easily be cut by using canned beans.