I was reading through a past issue of Better Homes & Gardens when I came across this recipe. I had to make it immediately (well the next day, since I didn't have any grape jam on hand). Delicious! From March 2013 BHG.
Alton once posted this on his website and said that he always cranks out a bushel or two of it during the holidays. He also said "Dole this stuff out carefully. It is highly habit forming." I totally agree and for this reason have no earthly idea how many servings it makes! Depends on how much you can eat! LOL Especially good to anyone who likes the salty-sweet combination. Cooking time is cooling time.
I came up with this after combining a couple different recipes. Use whatever dried mixed fruit you like; I like cranberries, blueberries, raisins, strawberries, etc. Goes great with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream on top. Yummy! Entered: Jun 14, 2005
I got a free sample of these potatoes in the mail from Betty Crocker and was looking for a way to use them other than just as mashed potatoes. This would be a great way to use left over "real" mashed potatoes (use about 5-6 cups prepared) and homemade shredded barbecue. Instead of beef, barbecued pork or chicken could also be used.
I think this came from a Weight Watchers cookbook, but don't remember for sure. Regardless, I think it's delicious and have made it a few times. You can mix uncooked rice in with the rest of the ingredients but it will absorb a lot of liquid and be a little on the dry side, so add extra liquid if preparing that way.
I was looking for a recipe for beef and noodles that didn't use any sort of condensed soup. I found one at Better Homes & Gardens and made a few changes to come up with this. I use Homemade Noodles (recipe 27344) for the noodles, and they absorb a lot of liquid so this is pretty thick - if you like it thinner, adjust accordingly (I've not tried this with purchased noodles but they may make a difference as well).
Not sure where this came from originally but I made a bunch of changes; I enjoyed it so much I decided to share it here. If you can't find refried black beans, use another can of plain black beans and mash them with a potato masher or in a food processor.
I found this recipe online and made a few changes to suit what I had available. If you have leftover grilled chicken, use it instead of the pre-cooked chicken strips. I like to use homemade blue cheese dressing. These are very sloppy sandwiches so be sure to have lots of napkins or a wet washcloth handy! Enjoy!
This was posted on BHG but I reduced it down to 2 servings and made a few changes to suit my tastes and what I had on hand. I ended up with one of the most flavorful soups I've had in a while! I hope you enjoy too! :)
Found in a King Arthur Flour catalog. King Arthur makes cappuccino chips, as does Guittard and cinnamon chips are made by Hershey's (at least that I've found). These cookies are packed full of chips, especially if you use all three varieties.
Posted on: Aug 26, 2005
This is like a flan or creme brulee. In my family it is known that we no longer will accept pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving as this is 100 times better!!! Decadent, rich and oh soooo good! Will keep refrigerated for up to 2 days (but you'll eat it all before then!)