This is so good! We are big time garlic eaters so I add much more! It makes a pretty presentation so it is perfect for a buffet, but yummy enough to make just because. I serve it with soft french bread baguettes.
I went on a search for a good sweet(ish) Macaroni salad. I realize I am not capable of leaving a recipe alone so this is my version. I also do not love eggs but the fam does so they say that the eggs must be added!
This is very rich and very different from any other chicken salad I have had. It is very easy to make low fat by using low fat Miracle whip and cream cheese. I have always loved the combination of sweet and salty so this works for me but it does seem to be a love it or hate it kind of recipe. I hope you love it! :wink:
This is my mothers recipe. The only one I'll use. If you don't cook it to 230, more like 220 you will have a lovely caramel sauce instead of caramels. (My mom lives in a higher altitude and her caramels must reach 242 degrees to be firm enough.)
These are so soft and yummy! They remind me of some I had as a child that a neighbor made all the time. I am so glad to have found this recipe. For convenience I use instant potatoes a lot and it works fine. These are even better the next day which to me with bread is rare, so I plan to make them for Thanksgiving this year.
This is yummy and filling. Great for a brunch or a house full of company. Easily cut in 1/2. I have even ran out of the patties and subbed with a package of shredded hash-browns. I just cook the bottom layer longer and then the overall dish an extra 10-15 minutes.
These are a very moist and tender scone. More cake like than biscuit like. I stole it away from a co-worker of my husbands. He says you must use Bluebonnet margarine no subs and as I wanted the texture to taste the same I have tried no other. I plan on trying these with berries and perhaps almonds too. If you like your scones on the sweeter side I would add another 2-3 T sugar.
This is very versatile. It has a double crisp where 1/2 of the crisp goes on the bottom. If you are not a fan of this or your bottom layer is to soggy then just make it a single layer. Any berry combination should work fine and I've heard it used with peaches as well. If you love nuts but your family doesn't, try what I do and eat yours with pecan or maplenut icecream YUM! Also it works for fresh or frozen berries.