Chocolaty, chewy, nutty indulgence that's good for your heart! Dark chocolate, walnuts and oats are all a good boost for your heart health. Another great recipe from Reader's Digest. Number of servings depends on how many bars you cut.
Also called an Italian Crostata. A very tasty and elegant dessert (light & delicate) that is so SIMPLE to make! Prep time does not include one hour of refrigerating the dough. Directions are detailed but preparation is really very simple and fast.
Use your own favorite pancake batter - this is a technique for making fun faces and designs with your pancakes. Sure to get smiles from the kids! (I've included the basic Bisquick pancake recipe - I don't really know how much it makes!)
Make it any way you like it! An easy & fast kid pleaser + you'll like it too. One thing I really like about this recipe is that it's a pretty complete meal for my kids -protein, calcium, veggie & grain. Toddlers can hold it easily in their hands and older kids can make it themselves. And YOU can spice it up to your hearts content :) This recipe is for 20 burritos, but you can make as few or as many as you'd like. (My oldest likes them for breakfast & also takes them cold for school lunch)
What to do with leftovers? Here's a very easy and adaptable alternative to making the usual sandwiches or salads. TO SIMPLIFY: Just reheat the prime rib for a couple of minutes with some fried potatoes and onions - then serve over toast with a fried egg.
This recipe both tenderizes and seasons the meat considerably. The steak is marinated overnight, uncooked, then quickly broiled. The rare, thinly sliced pieces are then marinated a second time, with olive oil, feta cheese, lemon juice, peppers and onions. Serve the savory slices of steak and vegetables on crusty rolls, with plenty of the feta marinade, or serve them as a salad, atop a bed of mixed greens. Prep time does not include marinating.
These wings seem to fly off the table and directly into your mouth! Found this on the web and my husband and father really like them. Plan ahead - prep time does not include the 3 hours to 2 days of marinating. The marinade can be used with any cut of chicken and the leftover marinade can be served over rice.
Here's a home brew to preserve the green and beauty of Christmas trees and to prolong the freshness of natural evergreen holiday decorations. Use this mixture and when the needles of other trees and greens are dropping left and right, yours will be fresh and beautiful all through the holidays. From my local newspaper.
Because these steaks steam in aluminum pouches, you can buy less expensive cuts. Grill using a low fire and give the steaks plenty of time to tenderize and make their own succulent sauce. From Camping Life magazine.
This Skillet dinner is ready in 30 minutes. From the recipe booklet included with my new StepSavor Skillet/Griddle. *I always drain the cooked meat and sometimes rinse it to save on calories, but that's up to you.
You've gotta try these! The flavor of the lil' smokies gets into the meatballs and the sauce is divine - nicely sweet with a little spice from the chili sauce (not hot). Omit the horseradish if you don't like any heat. You can make these in the crockpot, the oven, or an electric skillet.
Make your own! I was surprised not to find this recipe on here - it's very easy and tastes better than store bought canned. I clipped this recipe from some newspaper. If you like really sweet then try sprinkling with sugar. DO NOT USE MARGARINE - THEY WILL BURN OR GET TOO DARK. Photos taken by me on 2/26/06.
Easy and very fast snack! and a great way to use up leftover won-ton wrappers (egg roll wrappers could be used too). Meets American Heart Assoc dietary guidelines for adults. If you use a low-wattage microwave oven then adjust your time upwards.
In a hurry? Cake mix and canned pumpkin - that's it! Amazingly simple and they taste wonderful -honestly they're great! Moist and chewy inside, slightly crispy outside. There are other cake mix cookie recipes on Zarr and they're all very good, but this one is my family's favorite. Beginner and experienced chefs can all appreciate the ease of this recipe, plus they sell quickly at bake sales, and children love them.