Modified from a recipe by Ina Garten. We've made this a few times for dinner, and it turned out delicious as well as beautiful. The puff pastry is much easier to work with than phyllo dough, so this comes together fairly quickly.
I prepared this late one night when my daughter had a sleepover for 10 girls. It was a big hit the next morning with warmed maple syrup. Next time I'll serve some sliced fruit or summer berries alongside. Prep time does not include overnight refrigeration.
Taken from Rachael Ray's 30-minute meals, this is amazingly quick, fresh, and light - can be made with any type of fish fillet. Of course, my usual salad-in-a-bag is a lifesaver here, and fresh broccoli steamed in the microwave or asparagus roasted alongside the fish completes the meal!
Taken from the Red Lion Inn cookbook: " The Red Lion Inn's Lemon Bread is justifiably renowned. At lunch and dinner it's wrapped in a napkin and served in a basket along with the yeast rolls, offering a sweet alternative to traditional dinner rolls."
This is one of a number of quiche recipes I use, but nothing's faster than this particular one. It's made with any type of cheese, or a mixture of leftover cheeses; with spinach or broccoli, or whatever is in the freezer. The vegetable soup mix has all the seasonings and adds nice spots of color, too.
(Not sure if the Knorr soup is 1.25 oz, but I had to have a measurement or it couldn't print.)
My daughter was bored & wanted to bake- she found these recipes 'somewhere online from two different places' and combined them. They were fabulous! We decided that next time we'd put colored sprinkles on before the frosting sets.
On a recent vacation to the Bahamas with my daughter, we were served Johnny Cake with dinner instead of the usual bread or rolls. It's light, slightly sweet, and was served warm. We've made it for breakfast and there's never any left. It's great with butter or jam.
This was adapted from this summer's edition of Cooking With Paula Deen, in the section called From My Friends. I decreased her quantity of oil in the cake and used less butter in the frosting; it was wonderful! Moist, sweet, and easy. The frosting recipe is at the bottom.
Many years ago, a new neighbor invited me for coffee. She served this delicious, moist cake and a few days later I asked her for the recipe. She wrote it by hand on a sweet little recipe card, which I still have. And 16 years later, she is my dearest friend.
I have had this recipe for years, but I have no idea where it came from or who gave it to me. On a whim, I tried it for a brunch buffet, and was glad I did. It's moist, rich, and delicious, and disappeared quickly.
From "Teens Cook" by Megan & Jill Carl. My daughter spotted this at a school book fair. She bookmarked a number of recipes, and this is one of the first she tried. Easy, and a success with her older brother as well.