April Fools Day prank to play on all those practical jokers! These are really meatloaves frosted with colorful mashed potatoes!!! Disguised as cupcakes of course :wink: :wink: From a kid friendly web site.
This is my copycat recipe for the Canadian version of Elephant Ears, often called or sold as the tail of a buck toothed animal. Try them with garlic and butter or chocolate syrup or a fruity jam. A lot of steps but not so overly time consuming that they are not worth the little extra effort!!! Enjoy them!! I don't have an idea how many this makes as the kids eat them faster than they can be fried.
We love pizza--even for breakfast. Feel free to add any of your favorite toppings too. This is very filling and great served with fresh fruit. Also super as a light lunch or supper. I will make a couple of these on the weekend and wrap individual wedges that the kids grab to pop in the micro and eat as they wait for the bus.
From a Vermont website. Havent made this yet but thought it sounded very interesting.
I have not a clue on how many jars you will get, that would depend on the size. This needs to set overnite and like all jelly need to cool to seal so allow time.
Very interesting type of "roast". Originally came from a cookbook from northern Wisconsin where Al Capone used to hang out. Otherwise I have no idea how the name came about, but its a great meal, even for a gangster!
Been making 1/4 pound burgers like this forever, and dont think its ever been posted here. One of our all-time favorites on the summer grill! We also love these with a slice of cooked bacon for a bacon cheeseburger.