In a bizarre moment of culinary mastery, I tossed this together last weekend. I was nervous as hell waiting for this to come out, and luckily it worked out rather nice. I paired it with a cous cous with pine nuts and summer squash, finsh it off with rolls and a nice salad
This is a spin off of an old marshmallow recipe I have had since grade school. I love orange creamsicles, and I love the old fashioned marshmallows so I played around a bit and came up with these. They are pretty sweet and creamy tasting, and if you can leave them alone long enough to let them set, they look nice too!
This is an old fav of mine. My mom used to make it for me as a kid. On my birthday, I would choose this over going out to eat! I make it very often now, my son loves it. I usually serve it with a salad or veggie sticks.
This is an old recipe. I have no clue where it originated from, but we have been making it for years. It is a no-fail recipe--great for company or just a quiet meal alone. Complete the meal with a salad and warm crusty bread.
Very light and flaky rolls. Great for breakfast. I used the bread machine for the dough so it is only about 15 minutes worth of work, but the finished product looks like you slaved all day, and tastes even better!
I whipped these up over the weekend. I do not know where my head was when I put this stuff together, but WOW was it good! DH ate it all afternoon! I love the combination of sweet & salty plus cheesecake. I guess if somehow Mel Gibson would serve them my day would have been set! LOL!!!
Very creamy, cream cheese adds yummy bite.
Very rich, lots of variations, use onion & chive cream cheese, add diced tomatoes or ham, or both. I started making this when my son discovered mac & cheese. Kraft may be the "cheesiest" it is also the saltiest, so I keep these items on hand for lunches or comfort food dinners.
I started making rice crispy treats yesterday when OMG! I only had 1 cup rice krispies! Now you know, if kids think rice crispy treats are coming, you better produce them!I cleaned out the cereal cupboard in a hurry! This is what I whipped up, I dubbed them "Happy Kids" because they stayed happy, no tears or tantrums. Small one from DH after he only got a small taste...LOL!
I whipped this up this morning for my toddler son's breakfast. I called it his Monkey Spread because my child's nickname is Monkey. It was gone in no time whatsoever! It is messy--hindsight tells me this would have been a good snack for Daddy to feed him (or at least be on clean up detail!), but it is healthy and very versatile. I served it on an Eggo waffle, but it would be good on bagels, toast or crackers, apples or as a filling for celery. Keep it in the fridge.
So easy! There are many shortcuts available in the market to make it simpler. Purdue makes chicken that is seasoned, grilled and packaged. It's a little pricey, but in a hurry, it's worth it. A simple spinach salad makes this complete.
I was making a pound cake for a gift for a friend when I came up with this one. It is so good. The person who received it told me that I am going straight to hell for making this (she ate the WHOLE THING IN ONE DAY!) so I guess I will be seeing my mother in law in my hereafter! LOL! It has a nice texture and flavor, it is messy to finish, but the end result is worth it. You really do not NEED to do the icing, but it adds a nice finish. (It will also fill in the chunks you pick off!)