This recipe is an amalgam of a few different recipes in one, made to suit the use of a bread machine. It makes a breathtaking presentation, perfect for company. It took some trial and error to be sure this was baked through, so be sure to test it and make sure it isn't too doughy. This could also be made without the addition of the maple flavoring or syrup to suit personal preferences.
This is a versatile recipe for scrambled eggs that I threw together trying to use up leftover low fat 'Laughing Cow' spreadable cheese wedges since I had run out of crackers. The flavored cheese gives it a wonderful taste and texture. Ingredients could be added to suit your tastes and what you have on hand.
I cannot say enough about how heavenly this tastes! My grandmother gave me this recipe that she had taken from her local paper and made some adjustments to. I always use salted butter and leave out the additional salt. If you prefer a more spicy soup, you can substitute some of the regular paprika with hot paprika, just don't go overboard or the heat can become overwhelming. Perfect for a cooler day, this recipe is a great alternative to the standard chicken soup.
My wonderful grandmother ordered me a gift-subscription to a cooking mag, and I am trying new things left and right. The true keepers are getting posted. This is definitely one of the best. It was very easy, and to-die-for delicious!! I drizzled it over a basic salad of baby spinach leaves and sliced strawberries. (as a rule, I only add half the salt called for in a given recipe)
This was taken from a magazine I subscribe to, and it is absolutely too good to lose track of, so I am posting it. I made this when I hosted Thanksgiving last year, and it had rave reviews from everyone. At the time I substituted milk for the half and half with no ill-effects. I also made it two weeks ahead of time and stuck it in the freezer until the night before the big day. Enjoy!
My seven year old son and I think these are delicious! It's a great gift-giving idea when you put it all together in the jar. I found that a 26 oz. (spaghetti sauce) jar held about 3/4 of the recipe. For that size jar, adjust the ingredients to make 18 servings. Using a funnel makes this a lot easier and less messy. You can improvise with a piece of aluminum foil or parchment paper rolled into a conical shape. These can be customized if you're giving them to picky eaters or those with allergies- we left nuts out of one jar :).
This is a yummy recipe from a parenting magazine that I subscribe to. Everyone liked this, but I think the next time I make it I will add more marinara sauce because the ricotta cheese really seemed to absorb a lot, and I like a lot of sauce :)
This is SO GOOD!! Another PC recipe, it's traditionally Italian, but with using some canned items to speed things up. The fresh fennel really makes the flavor in this fantastic! It saves well in the refrigerator or freezer too. I used mild sausage so I could feed it to my preschooler.
This is a recipe that has been in our family for who knows how long. My mother, a pastor's wife, once gave it to a local produce stand that began publishing the recipe in its annual cookbook under the name "Pastor's Wife's Peach Pie". It's really an incredibly easy, custard-based, peach pie. Free Stone peaches make it a lot easier to take the fruit off the pit, but if all you have are cling, just slice the peaches.
This recipe was inspired by the description of the food in a book titled The Airmen and the Headhunters, in which American airmen during WWII were downed in the jungles of Bornea. They survived only by the kindness and generosity of the Dayaks, native Borneans of the inland jungle. This is very sweet, so it makes a good dessert.
This is the easiest, yet most impressive dessert I have come across. It is so beautiful by the end that you almost don't want to cut it...until you taste a slice! I substituted Semi-Sweet chocolate for the Bittersweet, and it tasted just as good. Also, I had to bake this an extra 5 or 10 minutes.
I cut this recipe out of a magazine a few years ago. I have never made it the exact same way twice. It is practically impossible to mess up, and it tastes AMAZING!!! Make sure you like coffee. An added bonus is it only takes one bowl to mix in!