I got this from a business associate of DH who was raised in Canada. This is her Nana's recipe. A little different that the other Nanaimo bars on the 'zaar because it uses condensed milk. There is no baking envolved. Chill time is cook time.
Similar to a Canadian Nanaimo bar, but this recipe uses a package of instant vanilla pudding instead of custard powder which is not to easy to find in the U.S. Chill time is bake time. Yes the margarine is listed in 3 places.
This a real oldie but goodie from a Pillsbury Bake Off Contest. I am shocked that it has not been posted before. All of my kids loved them because the marshmallow vanished during the baking and also because they were delicious.
I have no clue who Zelda is, but she makes a mean fettucine with a incredible sauce that tastes like boursin cheese. To make it a bit healthier, you can use low fat sour cream. If you make it, you will love it. Sauce can also be used over steamed broccoli or cauliflower.
Great recipe for left over ham. I love it so much I have been known to buy a ham steak to use in this recipe. Another Peg Bracken recipe. I have changed the type of noodles I use Spinach Fettucine or Mixed Fettucine instead of plain egg noodles. I also grind the ham in my food processor, instead of chopping.
Another one of my magazine clippings that is disintegrating. A wonderful spicy fish that tastes wonderful with steamed basmati or jasmine rice and a green vegetable. This is a easy microwave fish dinner. Cook time is marinating and cooking time combined.