These satisfying sugar-free treats are so packed with dried cherries and rolled oats that they taste more like delicious granola bars. As an added bonus, you can whip them up in less than half an hour. From Shape Magazine,recipe of Tiffany Tse.
This no-bean Southwest-style chili is made with both ancho and chipotle chile peppers. It is high in both chile flavor and heat. Garnish with your favorite toppings, such as grated cheese or chopped onions, if desired. From McCormick website.
From the Lehigh Valley Live website, May 2011. One of my coworkers brought these in and I had to have the recipe! It uses an injector for the apple butter filling so I have to figure out how to do that (or go buy one!).
From the King Arthur Flour Baker's Companion. A perfect base for vanilla ice cream. Even my pickiest daughter gave this five stars! A wonderful fall dessert. I used rum and really liked the taste it gave the crumble. The recipe said "16 servings" but not in my house! I changed it to 10 servings.
From 1943 "The Modern Family Cook Book" by Meta Given. I haven't tried this yet. Saved so I remember to do so. There is another version of this on this site that the poster said was a "very old" recipe but it was different than this one.
A twist on plain applesauce! This recipe comes from an older cookbook entitled "The Modern Family Cook Book" by Meta Given. The edition I have was published in 1945. I made this recipe for my daughters quite awhile ago and they enjoyed it. I just recently stumbled across it again and wanted to post it so I don't lose it and so I could share it.
From 2001 "Moosewood Restaurant: New Classics" Cook Book. For the best flavor and consistency, use a really ripe, sweet, soft pear. If your ingredients aren't cold, add ice to the blender or your glass but done put ice cubes in a food processor: use crushed ice.
From Woman's Day: Kale is a hearty, versatile winter green that's also a superfood. Adding it to some of your favorite recipes, like this classic baked penne, gives even your most comforting dishes a serious nutrient boost.
These are my family's favorite muffin, even my husband who doesn't care for baked banana goods. This is the #1 afterschool treat for my daughters. NOTE: Muffin batter should always be mixed by hand; your muffins will be dense and thick if combined with a mixer.
From "Moosewood Restaurant: New Classics" (C: 2001). Serve it on rice, polenta, or grits, topped with salsa, grated cheese or sour cream and chopped fresh cilantro. You may also embellish with garlic, ground fennel, thyme, chili powder, chiles, chipotles, or cayenne. Can use beans a filling for tacos.
I haven't tried this yet but I do enjoy basil cocktails in the summertime! I have had the basil grape refresher that McCormick & Schmick's makes and it is awesome. So this is going on my "to-try" cocktail list as soon as my basil leaves are harvestable! This recipe from Saveur.com
This is part of a recipe I took from "Cuisine at Home." They served the meat over southwestern flavored mashed potatoes--I'd like plain mashed or maybe garlic mashed potatoes. They also had spinach and tomatoes on it which I don't want either. I haven't made it yet.
I modified this recipe from one entitled Cajun black bean soup. I added chicken broth and omitted the crushed red pepper. My husband likes to sprinkle crushed red pepper on his serving, though. For a vegetarian recipe, omit the chicken broth--add water if too thick for you.
Source: Mrs. T's Pierogies. You can use the frozen potato & cheese pierogies or the potato & onion pierogies. It was classified as an appetizer but I'll bet it could be a meal...lunch or supper. Haven't made these yet; just wanted to save the recipe for my daughter's southwestern boyfriend's next visit.