This is my modified version of the recipe taken from the cookbook Don't Panic Dinner's in the Freezer. The original version calls for bacon and green onions, but I don't personally care for these ingredients. If you like, you may add 1/2 pound bacon, cooked and cut into 1/2 in. pieces and 6 green onions sliced diagonally, including tops. Enjoy!
This is soooo yummy! I haven't actually ever put one in the freezer because it's just so good we eat it right away! But I do plan to make several soon and put them in the freezer to have on hand. This is from the cookbook Don't Panic Dinner's in the Freezer.
These are fabulous!! And full of good stuff for you! I use organic, unsulphured dried fruits in my bars. I also use local, raw honey, but Agave can be substituted for the honey if desired. And sometimes I substitute raisins for the dried cherries. Either way, soooo good!
These have a very unique, very delicious flavor! Wonderful served over/with hot buttered noodles with fresh steamed green beans. (You can find the Bronco Bob's Roasted Raspberry Chipotle Sauce at Target with the BBQ sauces. Or you can use another chipotle sauce of your choosing in its place.)
These are a touch addicting! So consider yourself forewarned! As far as treats go, these are pretty healthy! Found this recipe in the November 2008 issue of Family Fun magazine. (Note: "Cooking time" is actually cooling time!)
A super easy smoothie recipe using ingredients I almost always have on hand. My kids LOVE it! I usually put the ingredients in the blender and let it blend on the 'puree' setting for several minutes so that it ends up completely smooth with no chunks. We like ours pretty thin but if you like a thicker smoothie add 1/2 cup of ice or more depending on your taste! I use Dannon Light 'N' Fit yogurt which is made with Splenda - so low sugar and no Aspartame.
This is a really good chili recipe from Betty Crocker's Slow Cooker Cookbook. I've served it at gatherings may times and everyone always enjoys it! We enjoy ours served over Fritos with cheese and sour cream on top.
I modified a Watergate Salad recipe to better suit my tastes and came up with this. I think it is super creamy and so so good! I just love this stuff and it's something a little different and super easy to make too!
I went to look for a recipe for applesauce syrup here on Zaar and found none. So I had to search elsewhere. This came from fooddownunder.com and it is really simple and very good! Just what I was looking for to have on our waffles today. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
So easy and so yummy! (And mostly healthy too!) You can substitute honey for the corn syrup if you'd like. I've never tried that, because I've heard it makes them almost too sweet. This recipe can be easily adapted to accomodate the addition of wheat germ, flax seed or oatmeal for part of the crushed corn flakes and miniature chocolate chips can be added too if you'd like! These are deliciously chewy and crunchy - perfect for breakfast on the go or a snack anytime of the day!
This is a recipe that I enjoy when I just want to make a treat for myself but don't want the high calories and fat or the leftovers. I think they are really good, but don't expect them to taste like regular full-fat brownies! I'm mainly posting to get the nutrition facts, but I hope some of you out there will enjoy them as much as I do!