I needed to make cut-out cookies for my daughter's Scooby Doo party at daycare. I was too lazy to frost the cookies once they were made, so I adapted sugar cookie recipes to become peanut butter roll outs. Since the initial batch was cut in the shapes of dog bones and terriers, they are now peanut butter puppies. Prep time includes refrigeration time.
I created this to use up the leftovers from St. Patrick's day, so I figured it could take the name of one of the saints' days that followed. I liked a number of different corned beef recipes that were on 'Zaar and this soup takes the elements I liked from several recipes and combines them in a different way.
This spray works equally well on monsters and bad dreams. We spray it as part of the nightly bedtime ritual, while DD chants, "Monsters, Monsters, stay away." The lavender scent is calming and everyone knows that monsters and bad dreams hate that smell. This spray saved us from lots of tears and terror at bedtime and in the middle of the night.
I created this recipe because I tasted an artichoke and bacon pasta salad I liked and thought that the same concept would be good as a potato salad. This can be made more healthy by using fat-free mayo and turkey bacon.
This simple pudding is easy even if you've never made one before. If you don't have a pudding mold, you can steam it in a metal bowl covered with foil. It has a rich gingerbread flavor and is a very dense dessert. I served it with roast beef and Uncle Bill's Yorkshire pudding and had a lovely Midwestern version of a traditional English Christmas meal.
This extremely tasty recipe is the result of adapting and combining several other recipes. The result is a good blend of tart cherry and white chocolate. If you don't have cherries, dried cranberries are good as a substitute
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