Another holiday favorite! I found this on allrecipes web site about 5 years ago & have made it every holiday season since. I have not made it with the topping, but included it since it was in the original recipe.
I have been making this every Thanksgiving & Christmas for the past 10 years. It comes from a Gooseberry Patch Christmas book. Simple & delicious! Hope you enjoy it as much as my family & I do. Cooking time does not include chilling time!
This recipe is from Kraft.food & family magazine. I had just picked way too many fresh strawberries and found this. It is easy and tastes great. I barely got a taste before my kids devoured it! Cooking time is time needed to refrigerate.
This is a different and easy way to enjoy german chocolate cake. I found this recipe on divinerecipes.com and wanted to post it here on Zaar with my favorites. Make sure the bundt pan is greased and floured well so that the cake doesn't stick. I did not use the caramel topping as a glaze after the cake cooled, thought it might be too much. Let me know what you think! Hope you enjoy!
Another one of my clippings. Found this one on a jar of Prego spaghetti sauce. I haven't tried this yet, but it sounds good and really easy (a big plus!). Kind of like chicken parm. I am guessing at prep time.
Found this in a magazine. I am trying to clean up my PILES of clipped recipes or should I say torn magazine pages :) I am posting the ones I'd like to try here. There are always some ramen noodles around my house & this sounds like a quick & tasty way to use some.
This brings back a lot of childhood memories! We always had it over toast, but it can be served over rice, noodles, or any other pasta. Prep & cooking times are just guesses, so may not be very accurate!
I found this recipe on a Duncan Hines spice cake mix box. It was easy to make. It was not too sweet, but sweet enough! I used chunky applesauce & I did not frost the cake -- I just sprinkled it with cinnamon sugar, but the frosting sounds good too.
I got this recipe from my Grandma. She would fix this for a quick Saturday dinner. I'm not sure where it originated. It's good old comfort food! I am guessing at the number of servings --- I have really big eaters at my house so you may get more servings than I estimate.
From a small booklet that was on a can of Eagle Brand milk. Posted here for safekeeping. Prep time includes chilling time. It is estimated so it may not be accurate. My 6 year old grandaughter and I make these often -- she loves to roll them into the balls and then "smoosh" the candy on after they have baked.