I love this stuff! Can't remember where the original recipe came from, but it's Weight Watchers friendly (1pt per 1/3 cup), and it's great on a sandwich, on top of a green salad or in a quesadilla. Or on a cracker. Or right off the spoon!
Posted for safekeeping from WWWRecipes, someone named Karen. In her notes, she says she prefers to chop her own chocolate instead of using chocolate chips. (serving size is a guess, I haven't made these yet.)
Named because I bake them in the fall, with either sweet potato or pumpkin. Yummy taste, and a great way to use up leftover squash or extra pumpkin. Note: if your sweet potatoes are sweet, the biscuits will be sweet. If your potatoes are savory, they'll be savory biscuits (my family's favorite).
Can't remember where this one came from, but it's easy, refreshing and good! Garlic can be toned up or toned down. The leftovers are absolutely delicious on a sandwich in place of a slaw. And it's something a little different, when you get tired of your regular salads. Please note: cooking time does not reflect chilling time.
Halloween is my favorite holiday! Here's a quote from the original recipe, but I don't have a name to go with it. "This is a quick and easy spread to make for any occasion. The name comes from a friend of mine who hates crab and made some disparaging comments about the appearance of the dip. It tastes great and has the perfect appearance for Halloween when paired with a creative name. I like topping this spread with 1/2 cup toasted sliced almonds, but you lose the shredded brain effect. For serving on a different occasion, omit the food coloring and add the almonds."