Finely ground oats give this cake a tender, moist texture. Great for brunch or even a after-school snack. Tip: stir frozen blackberries into the batter; the juices from thawed berries will turn the batter blue. From Cooking Light.
This is my sister's favorite dish that my mom makes. It's a wonderful mexican-inspired casserole of layers of corn tortillas, cheese, and a creamy chicken, black bean, and green chili mixture. A great use for leftover chicken.*Edited per reviewers suggestions that it was too runny. Should set up fine now. Saucy but not runny.*
These are rich and moist cake-like cookies. Frost with your favorite buttercream frosting. This is a large recipe that can be easily reduced. Batter must be chilled overnight. Cook time does not include chill time.
We love to make these cookies as soon as the days get colder and the leaves start changing colors. (Happens pretty early here :-)
They are moist, fluffy, and cake-like. We love em' as is but feel free to add chocolate chips or chopped nuts.
Butter, milk, a bit of heavy cream, and the secret ingredient-a dash of vinegar-make these the most delicious mashed potatoes ever. If you want to make them a head of time, reheat in the microwave at half-power, stirring every 3 minutes until hot. From Parents Magazine.
Our favorite use for over-ripe bananas, a nice alternative to banana bread. It has a light lemon glaze that really compliments the spice and banana filled bars. *Note* Recipe edited per Laurie's Review suggestions for the glaze.
I wanted a rice recipe that was easy and relatively quick to make brown rice more tasty. This is what I came up with. :-) I've used long-grain brown rice and brown basmati rice for this, but you could also use white rice. Great for any meal you would use rice in.