Although the idea for this recipe came from the 2009 Fix-It and Forget-It: Our Best Slow-Cooker Recipes, it's not terribly recognizable here! That doesn't, however, make it any the less tasty! The listed cooking time is for the slow cooker on HIGH!
The original of this recipe comes from the June/July 2009 issue of Taste of the South magazine. Great served w lettuce leaves & wrapped in a soft tortilla, or as a sandwich with slices of whole wheat bread.
What's not to like, especially if you're a chocoholic who loves those tart little red berries AND bread pudding! Although the original of this recipe was found in the Pillsbury Holiday Baking 2008 cookbook, it has been considerably tweaked ! For the optional dark chocolate, I use half of a Hershey's Special Dark Mildly Sweet Chocolate bar, chopped.
The original of this recipe was found in the Taste of Home Holiday Recipe Card Collection 2009, & although it was listed as a 'winter' chutney, it can actually be made anytime that fresh pears are available! Especially good with poultry!
The original of this recipe was found in the Dec/Jan 2011 Taste of Home Healthy Cooking magazine, & with a couple of tweaks, I had what I wanted! Cooking time depends on the amount of chicken that can be cooked at the same time. The cooking time here is figured for 2 batches.
Although i realize there are a number of similar recipes on this website, this version is a bit different &, I think, very tasty! The original was found in the Dec/Jan 2011 Taste of Home Healthy Cooking magazine.
I managed to tweak the original of this recipe, which was found in the Fall 2009 Taste of Home Cooking School Brand Name Cookbook. Preparation time does not include the 2 hours or more for the prepared pudding (minus the streusel) to chill in the refrigerator.
Found the original of this recipe in the Fall 2009 Taste of Home Cooking School Brand Name Cookbook. Another recipe that has been tweaked! Cooking time really depends on the number of slices of bread that can be cooked at one time!