The ULTIMATE BROWNIE! This recipe is from Paula Deen's show. There's probably nothing more that needs saying here! I'll do it anyway, these are absolutely FABULOUS! After this experience, you will never want to fix brownies any other way!
These are so light they don't seem like you're eating bran!! What a tasty way to get your daily dose of fiber!
Variations: Add dates, raisins, nuts, or blueberries. Sprinkle cinnamon and sugar on top.
Batter will keep in refrigerator 6 weeks if covered.
Quantity of muffins is an estimate. Quantity will change depending upon variation.
Don't throw away that bread!! This is a great way to use up day old bread. The kind of bread that works best is dense French, Italian, or brioche. This is a great brunch item.
For a non-alcoholic version, substitute brandy with vanilla extract. Experiment with other extracts too.
These lovely little morsels are fabulous served on most kinds of crackers as appetizers. No doubt they'll be coming back for more!!
You can substitute Parmesan cheese for cheddar cheese to give it an Italian flair.
Pronounced (chop-ee-too-las) This wonderful recipe is from the Tchoupitoulas Plantation Restaurant operated from 1964 till 1991 in the oldest existing building in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana (circa 1790). Built by Jean-Baptiste Drouet as Cedar Grove Plantation.
This is a tried and true recipe. It is fabulous all by itself, but it also makes an absolutely killer topping for ice cream or bread pudding.
Here is a super simple, but absolutely mouth-watering recipe from my dear Mother. You just can't go wrong with this one! Serve with toast or crusty bread. This is so sweet and wonderful you will make it on a regular basis.