These are a basic PB cookie with a twist (do what you please with them!) and their fairly decent Health wise too.
milk/white chocolate chips
peanuts (or any other nut)
peanut butter chips
reeses-pieces (highly recommended)
A delicious Pot pie recipe to use up your leftover turkey, or to just make a pot pie.
Variations: add 1/2 cup sliced mushrooms or broccoli and grate cheddar onto the crust following the egg wash.
This is my adaption to Martha Stewart's recipe for "Gingerbread Blondies". This recipe uses less butter and more spices (I like things to be a tad more on the spicy side, so feel free to adjust the spices to your liking). They are cakey, yet fudgey and have a nice ginger flavor to them.
Are good for parties and/or gifts.
I love this pie, its super fluffy and quite rich. Not to mention its fairly easy to make.
this recipe is for 2 pies, so if you only want one, halve the recipe.
Also you can make a coffee cream for spare flavor.
These or soo, sooo yummy! Everytime I make them they're gone within a day.My favorite thing is that their really moist and (when their there) they can stored for a really long time.
if you enjoy choco-chips/cranberries more than the average bear, then feel free to add more as neccesary.
Yes, it can be done! Your cheesecake CAN hold all of the delicious flavors of coffee, WITHOUT using instant coffee cystals. My recipe uses double-strained coffee*See Below*, a method nearly anyone with a coffee maker can execute with no problem and it tastes fantastic.
Texture-wise (so you know) it has more of a new york cheesecake texture (dense and rich) if you want a light fluffy cheesecake see my "raspberry De-lite" cheesecake recipe.
Have 2 cups pre-brewed coffee on hand. Use the already brewed coffee as your water content in the coffee and double the amount of coffee rinds.
This is a nice variation of cheesecake, it uses yogurt and neufcha'tel instead of cream cheese; making it a low-fat sinless treat.
NOTE: you can sub the almond extract for any other type of extract for different flavor variations
This is an empanada recipe that i've adapted, it's easy, tasty, and not too steep in the pockets!
NOTE: You can use any pie crust, empanada dough, or goya/wonton wrapper recipe for the dough of the empanada, however; I will provide a generic pie crust recipe (the one I used)for those of you who'd rather not have to search. Also, feel free to adjust the spices to your liking, they are a recomendation.
This is a ,albeit rather strange, awesomely delicious recipe i've adapted using sriracha, sour cream, eggs, and begedil (recipe provided below).
Note: you can find sriracha in most grocery stores (safeway, winco, etc.), it is red with a green cap; and has a picture of a rooster on it.