I grew up spending summers on the lake and my Granny always made this to have on hand and would slather this onto crackers for us when we came in from a swim. Easy to spread on bread for sandwiches, too.
This is so easy and babies love it. I use whatever fruit I have on hand: bananas, peaches, blueberries, apples, pears, or a mixture - you get the idea. I whirr up some graham crackers in the food processor and always have crumbs on hand. As your baby gets older, add in cinnamon, nutmeg, etc. to taste.
UPDATE: After the first review I edited the recipe using less butter. I am one of those cooks who never measures things, so I estimated, and obviously, it was too much butter. The idea is just to brush softened butter over the surface of the brie. I hope this is better! Thanks! This is great party food. A friend gave me this recipe after we all fell in love with it at her party. Enjoy!
This meatloaf is a breeze to make, holds together and slices nicely- a problem I have had with meatloaves in the past. It is a sure winner from my mother-in-law, who is a fabulous cook. Feel free to experiment with Ro-Tel tomatoes or other ingredients.
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