Here we go with another recipe from the Cake Mix Doctor lady--Guess what I got for Christmas, and couldn't wait to make and share some of these yummy recipes.
This one is one of my favorite flavor combinations--orange and chocolate. The author recommends frosting it with a orange-cocoa cream cheese frosting that I will post seperately.
Another reciped from the Cake Mix Doctor. This one combines layer upon layer of flavor and is so moist, it almost doesn't need a frosting, but it takstes great with either chocolate cream cheese frosting, or a caramel frosting.
Tastes best if allowed to sit overnight, but it is amazing right away.
Originally from "Chocolate from the Cake Mix Doctor...". This makes the most divine, moist cake and then, combine it with the frosting...Heaven on a plate! Prep time does not include cooling time for the cake.
If you are a peppermint fan-atic, this cake will quickly become a favorite! Perfect cake for Christmas get togethers, or anytime you have a hankering for chocolate and peppermint. Recipe from "The Cake Mix Doctor..." I think this cake tastes best if allowed to sit for about 24 hours to let the flavors meld. Passive work time includes cooling time for cake and ganache
Perfect low carb soup for a quick lunch. This is a very basic soup--you can vary the flavors by adding your favorite fresh herbs. I have even added a beaten egg to the boiling soup, just like in egg drop soup.
From Atkins for Life Cookbook. This is a delicious, low-carb salad with an Asian flare. I have posted it as written, but I like to add chili oil to the dressing to give it a little kick. In the dressing, it is actually tamari sauce, but the program changes it to tamari soy sauce.
A coworker brought this to a potluck at work, and ever since then, everyone begs her to bring it in frequently. Finally, in self-defense, she gave out the recipe so someone else could bring it occasionally! Cooking time includes chilling time.