Off a Golden Crisco package. WOW! Are these good! My husband and I couldn't stop eating (I'm ashamed to admit). We omit the nuts, as our daughters are allergic to peanuts (and it is difficult to find nuts that are not cross-contaminated).
I was inspired by Dorel's Peach Cobbler (#75942). I made her PC, then later noticed that my pint of strawberries was going soft. So, I thought I would experiment with the Dorel's recipe and add a little twist! My kids LOVE it!! (bet this would work with fresh raspberries too).
A seriously delicious recipe. We pick our wild blueberries here in August, and freeze 75% of our pickings. They are smaller (not tiny), making them perfect for these pancakes. Recipe is from The Milk-Free Kitchen.
My oldest daughter was severely allergic to milk for three+ years, then *poof* the allergy ceased to exist in her system. While she had this allergy, we struggled with Milk-Free recipes/food. I began making nearly everything from scratch. I bought a really great book, The Milk-Free Kitchen, where this recipe is from. We still make these soft, fluffy and delicious pancakes. I will also post the recipe for Milk-Free Blueberry Pancakes.
From Everyday Food, Oct 2006.
Crock pot instructions follow oven instructions.
I made this for the first time yesterday (Oct 16 07) and found, though good, it needed more. I'm thinking gravy thickener next time. Easy recipe to adapt to your liking, for sure. :)
From "The Back-Country Kitchen." This easy camping version is a one-pot vegetarian dish that combines the best of many styles. Cooked as directed, it makes a hearty main dish or side dish. If you prefer a soupy chili mac, simply add an additional 3/4 cup water. I am curious if this would work on the campfire as well; I will be doing just that in two weeks.
From "The Back-Country Kitchen." It's easier to cook the scones in the fire than on your campstove. If your skillet has a loose-fitting lid, wrap the entire skillet/lid tightly in foil; the foil will hold the skillet and lid together, and will also make skillet clean-up easier. You also use two small baking pans that are the same size as each other; wrap in foil as described, or clamp together with four of those metal "binder clips" sold at office supply stores. Smaller "disposable" foil pans work for this also; clamp together or cover with foil.
Mom got the recipe from her Mennonite Cook Book. I always seem to lose the written recipe and have to call her for it. I use a clove of garlic, diced tomatoes, light and dark kidney beans, 3 tsp of chili powder. This recipe is so easy to tweak. This is GREAT the next day! Wonderful over french fries or mashed potatoes too! Freezes very well. Easily doubled.
Prep time does not include time to cook rice (as this differs with the method used by chef). Cook time does not include reheating time. I have not used the crock pot to reheat these; I wonder if this too could be done?
From BHG Kid Favorites Made Healthy. These were truly delicious, and my kids (3 & 5) loved them, too!! The original recipe make 18 - 2-1/2" muffins. I use 2-inch muffin cups, and end up extra mix (I made six more 2-inch + eight 1-1/2 inch muffins for the kdis).
From Ontario Chicken Lover (Wing Magazine). The picture looked so scrumptious I had to try it. If you think it is strange, or you won't like this (as I thought) I would recommend trying this anyway. My girls gobbled it up, and my husband loved it as well. We served it with white rice.
My Grammie made the BEST spaghetti sauce!! This recipe is very versatile. I use more garlic and my homemade, chunky tomato sauce for my version which makes a thicker, fresher tasting sauce. My Mom adds a sausage and chicken breasts. My Dad loves spicy so he always adds a nice hot sausage and chili flakes.