Imagine a warm chocolate waterfall sliding over your tongue and down your mouth, warming your tummy and your heart. This is *REAL* hot chocolate like you've never tasted before. This is hot drinking chocolate,.. divine and addicting. Created by Bird for Buddha. ;)
This is our super easy version of the famous pre-baked pizza crust. It's very flavorful. You can use most any type of flour such as self-rising, all-purpose, or even bread flour. Time does not include rise time. This flatbread is great as is, or with your favorite pizza toppings.
This is our version of Chudleigh's Apple Blossoms. Nothing beats theirs, but this is a good 2nd choice if you can't get them. Freezes well for OAMC so feel free to double the recipe and make some for another day. :)
This is a wonderful party tray addition to any buffet. Create a variety of different roll-ups for your party using sliced mushrooms and swiss cheese. How about a Reubin Roll up? The photo we submitted is a Cheesesteak Roll up first using mayo and horseradish sauce spread thin on the dough, then using chopped roast beef, (or you can use steakums), green bell peppers/onions and american cheese. How about a cream cheese and mixed fruit for a dessert roll-up? Endless possibilities. :)
Barley is a wonderfully versatile cereal grain with a rich nutlike flavor and an appealing chewy, pasta-like consistency. When the weather's cold, a big pot of soup simmering on the stove warms the heart as well as the hearth. In addition to its robust flavor, barley's claim to nutritional fame is based on its being a very good source of fiber. If you can't find barley in your grocery store, you can purchase some of excellent quality pearl barley at www.nutsonline.com If you'd like to try our vegetarian version, click here: Recipe #390750 This can be made as chicken Barley soup as well, just change 2 ingredients (see list).
Yummy! Blintzes are a bit thicker than crepes and are filled and folded like a burrito. Double the batch and freeze cooked blintzes for OAMC. These can also be made the night before and put together in the morning for breakfast or brunch.
Here's how to turn that salt cured ham into a delicious breakfast bacon. Do not use the ham slice you find in the refrigerated section of your grocery store. You can however, use leftover bone-in baked ham as even the smallest pieces will taste so good (nibblers). A cast iron skillet works best for a true country breakfast. The eggs are optional for this recipe, but if you have never slow cooked your eggs, or never tried them with garlic powder, it's a real treat! Leftover ham is great to chop up and use in green beans or collard greens for dinner.
It's a banana split, sundae, & chocolate cheesecake.... all in one delicious pie! This quick and easy recipe we created has everything. Chocolate, vanilla, bananas, whipped topping, nuts, and caramel! You can make it using regular ingredients rather than fat/sugar free products if you like. Go ahead, indulge! ;)
This is a wonderful and light spring/summer dessert. You can use any fruit you like, even mixed fruit works well. You can also use frozen fruit, although fresh is recommended. If you prefer, you can use a sheet of puff pastry in lieu of the phyllo. Time does not include chill time.
We've taken several Key Lime pie recipe's, and adapted them to fit our tastes, it's less tart, but still tangy. Does not include 4 hr chill time. You can use regular sugar and regular sweetened condensed milk if you like.
This side dish is a light, refreshing, and a wonderful accompiniment to broiled fish or meat. It is also a great use of leftovers. You can vary the nuts from walnuts, to pecans, pine nuts or even sunflower seeds.
This is a nice healthy low calorie 'big' bar. Perfect for part of breakfast or an afternoon snack. You can rough chop the nuts in a food processor (or place into a Ziploc bag and use a rolling pin to crush) to make things go faster.
This is a yummy treat that you can make either individual rolls or as a danish ring. Very simple and oh-so-yummy! For a quicker version (you won't need to let dough rise or any of those steps), take 1 (8 ounce) can crescent rolls and carefully unroll them keeping them intact and sealing the preforations so that you have one oblong sheet of pastry.
Pizza burgers lack many things, among them, pepperoni! Here is our version which we feel is totally 'Pizza'! Try it with our recipe #255242 which is packed with pizza flavor and requires no cooking! Suggested from a friend: Instead of patting burgers with a spatula, on a TV cooking show the chef placed an indent in the middle of the raw patty with their thumb. As the burgers cook the indent recedes and the burger keeps its shape. Haven't tried it yet but will let you know if it works. Apparently a good way to check the doneness too.