I created this recipe after not being able to find one that contained exactly what I wanted. It turned out GREAT! I had to make another batch the next day because my family wanted their own! I've used it to mix in yogurt for breakfast or alone as a yummy snack!
I got this recipe from a website and wanted to share it. I loved the yogurt it made! I added a little splenda and vanilla extract to mine and then layered it with fresh berries and a crumbled granola bar! Here is the link to the original:
*Cooking time is the sitting time in the oven.
My SIL makes this and we all LOVE it! She usually tops it with whipped cream and chocolate sauce. It is SO good with the crispy cereal, crunchy coconuts, and creamy ice cream! Prep time is the active time it takes to make the dessert and the cooking time is the freezing time.
I came up with this recipe after looking at some Chicken Florentine recipes and watching Rachael Ray (her most popular recipe for 2009 was a Spinach and Artichoke Pasta).
For the frozen spinach, I wrap it in a clean dish towel to squeeze it out.
This soup is good for cold nights as the entire meal. It has lots of yummy veggies and is even better if you serve a bit of crusty bread on the side! For the russet potatoes, I just covered them with water in a bowl and heated in my microwave about 10 minutes.
I created this recipe after looking at a few different quiche recipes. You can change the main ingredients to make this any type of quiche you like. It always turns out great! One tip is to spray the pie pan with non stick spray before you put the crust in to make it come out easier when you serve it.
This is a recipe I got from my sister-in-law. She uses fresh chicken that she boils and shreds, but for simplicity, I use canned chicken. Either way turns out great! You can also make it ahead and freeze until you're ready to bake it for once a month cooking.