This is incredibly easy and oh-so-sinful! Made with graham cracker crumbs, butter-flavored crackers (ritz, etc), peanut butter, chocolate chips, butterscotch chips and more. SOOOO good and NO-BAKE. I cut the recipe in half sometimes and make it in an 8x8.
These Oriental-flavored grilled kabobs, served with a yummy dipping sauce. Your guests and family will rave! Mix it up and add the veggie of your choice or substitute salmon for chicken. I like the red bell pepper and onions the best. I lowered the fat by using light mayo. Make sauce 2-4 hours ahead of time and marinate chicken 2 hours.
I make this every Christmas because my whole family requests it. It's SO flavorful and tastes outstanding. This is a great comfort food as well as a zesty, creamy meal perfect for entertaining. I use canned crabmeat and it's great. I found that adding salt makes it too salty.
These are the most moist, delicious, large bran muffins. Keep the mix in your refridgerator and add whatever you like. Make a couple blueberry muffins, raspberry white chocolate chip or a couple chocolate chip walnut muffins, or whatever suits your fancy. These are great! I make 3-4 a day and then they're always fresh! I usually cut the recipe in half and make about 12-15 large muffins. To make mini muffins bake at 400 degrees for about 11-12 minutes.
This is comfort food that my Gram always made growing up. It's easy and very kid-friendly. I usually cut the recipe in half and use a mini loaf. It's best when the layer of meat is no more than 1/2 inch thick. My Gram used Accent seasoning. I like a dash of garlic powder & italian seasoning. I criss-cross 2 inch sliced strips of American Cheese singels across the top of the meat the last 5 minutes of baking. I serve it with a salad and it's the perfect dinner on a cold night.
Decadent and refreshing cake! This moist cake is incredible! The combination of pineapple and walnuts in the cake, paired with a coconut cream cheese frosting is perfect! My husband doesn't have a sweet tooth and even he goes crazy over this. It's called "Fat Cake" for a reason...sinful but oh, so good!
WOW! These tender manicotti are much easier to prepare than you'd think. I got this from a good friend after having it at her house. I make it with or without meat. I think it's better with a combo of ground chuck and Italian sausage, but either way it's great. They'll want seconds!