I've been making this frosting for years. I got this recipe from a Wilton's Cake Decorating Magazine. It is the perfect consistency for decorating cakes. If adding food coloring I recommend using the paste so that it doesn't thin the frosting.
This recipe is very good and it's so easy to make. All of the flavors blend together so nicely. It is a light tasting, crunchy salad with a sweet/tangy flavor. Don't add the noodles until you are ready to serve it. Please note that there isn't any chicken in this salad - it uses the chicken flavor packet from the soup.
This is the best pot pie I've ever had! The filling is similar to a chicken flavored white sauce topped with a crescent topping. For best results use KNORR Chicken Bouillon - there is something about the seasonings they use that make it extra special. I also love the fact that it's pretty easy to make.
Someone made this for my going away party and I could not stop eating it! It is incredibly smooth and creamy with just the right amount of sweetness. An excellent alternative to your standard fruit or vegetable tray. I've always included nuts for the sweet/salty combination.
This recipe came from a Bisquick Cookbook. I love the flavor combination of the vegetables used and it is so easy to make. I substituted the Bisquick baking mix with the Master Mix (Homemade Bisquick Substitute) from RecipeZaar posted by Cindy Lynn recipe # 45055 substituting the powdered milk with powdered buttermilk and Safflower Oil for the shortening. I liked the homemade version much more than the store bought Bisquick.
These are very sweet, but they are heavenly. I had them once at a sleep over when I was 5. They made such an impression I craved them as an adult and I only had them that one time. I was ecstatic when I finally found the recipe at age 30!