There was a little pizza place in a town I used to live in that offered red sauce, white sauce or a combo. The combo was excellent. This is my version. The color ends up like the color of thousand island dressing but don't let that scare you, try it, it's yummy and different. Adjust amounts based on the size of pizza you will be making. Very good with recipe #263282
Someone had posted a request for a recipe of this sort and it jogged my memory back to a salad my mom used to make. The mayo and coconut are certainly optional and the banana could be topped with something else.
Easy and yummy. Great for when it is too hot for baking. Can easily be wrapped up and reheated as leftovers. The cream cheese adds a little something different.
Makes a great, quick meal if you add a small salad.
These make a great appetizer. They taste like little quiches but are much easier to make. ( have done them in an 8 x 8 pan and they turn out just as good)
Sorry this photo is so awful; I will take another next time I make them. I did have great compliments this last time I made them, and that is when I decided to take the photo. Didn't have much to work with because they were almost gone :--)
I grew up with these. They are so easy it was one of the first things I leared to cook as a child.
Top with fruits, syrup, butter, powdered sugar, or even chocolate chips.
Makes a nice easy breakfast, or even a dessert.
This adds a bit of a creamy cheesecake flavor to your favorite fresh fruit. Very easy yet elegant. Goes very well with any fruit; my favorite is strawberries.
would also make a nice dip to dip fruit into as an appetizer.
This is a light version of Chicken Kiev. The yogurt may sound like a strange and untasty ingredient but it works great and I have received many compliments on this dish. I actually double the sauce as it is very tasty. They are great the next day, even cold, for lunch or a picnic.