This recipe came from the Better'n Eggs websight. I put my own suggestions and recommendations in parenthasis. I actually like my low fat version better than the full fat version! These are great for a to go breakfast. Oh yeah! Kids LOVE these!
I got this recipe from Paula's Cooking on Food Network. We made them yesterday for the Forth of July, and I had to print out recipes for everyone as they were leaving!!! Even the beef eaters liked these!
I found this recipe when I was making a dessert for a group of people who had lots of food allergies. This recipe is egg, peanut, and milk free, and the non allergy people could not tell a difference. This really is an outstanding dessert to be made for people with food allergies, vegetarians, vegans, or people without food restrictions!
Warning: Does contain soy and wheat.
This recipe is from "Grandma Drescher." My mom used to be a nurse on a pediatric oncology unit. One of her patients had a grandmother who would make the nurses cookies. Mom got the recipe, and I grew up with these wonderful cookies. I think that I got spoiled, though, because no other chocolate chip cookies will do for me!
I grew up in a very Norwegian family. Both of my grandmothers made a version of this cake. I aquired this recipe when my grandma moved to a nursing home, and I was finally able to search through her secret recipes. We used to have it with coffee during our midmorning coffee break.
With a graham cracker crust, melted gooey chocolate, and toasted marshmallows, this is like having the campfire treat in your kitchen without having to sleep on the ground! I got this recipe from the Betty Crocker website. My friends continue to ask me to make them for parties all the time. Just make sure that you watch them while you are toasting the marshmallows!
This simple candy shows up at all of my family gatherings .This recipe is quick and easy. The saltines may sound like a strange addition to something sweet, but I have never known anyone who made this recipe just once!