These have a soft gingersnap crust, lemon cheesecake and delicious frosting...perfect for a spring dessert. I use recipe #422259, but don't roll them in cinn/sugar. I found this on cupcakeproject.com, she made the recipe for Paula Deen and it looks sooo good! Enjoy!
This is a chewy gingersnap and oh so yummy! The longer you bake them the crispier the cookie will be, but I like mine slightly crispy on the outside and chewy in the middle! Based on a recipe from allrecipes.com. Try out recipe #422260 using this recipe.
One of our favorite munchies. It is caramel marshmallow corn, so it stays soft and chewy. I'm not sure that I would use microwave popcorn as it disintegrates easy and might not be able to hold up to the caramel well..I usually just buy a bag of popped buttered popcorn.
Vegetables are a must on a diet. I suggest carrot cake, zucchini bread, and pumpkin pie. --Jim Davis :) I know there are a billion carrot cake recipes on Zaar, but I searched many,many pages to find this exact recipe and it was nonexistant. I wouldn't change one thing about this recipe, my mom has made it for years. It is so moist and packed with flavor, I haven't tried a carrot cake yet to beat it in my humble opinion!
These are like the yummy puppy chow cereal treats but as a cookie! Use your favorite peanut butter cookie recipe, I always use recipe #810 (sooo good) or buy a cookie mix to make it easy. Based off recipe from www.bettycrocker.com
These cookies are so yummy and fun! The marshmallow stays soft and the rest is chewy, sweet, chocolate deliciousness. They can be made so many different ways too, use chocolate chip cookie dough instead or maybe even peanut butter! Spray kitchen shears lightly with cooking spray to make cutting marshmallows easy. Based on recipe I found at www.bettycrocker.com,so far it has 443 ratings!
Hold your man back!!! Meat and potatoes, what more could you want......buffalo wings? You got it! This is very simple and versatile, you could try replacing the potatoes with noodles or use blue cheese dressing instead of ranch maybe even use Ritz crackers instead of corn flakes, just a few ideas, I haven't tried them yet but I'm sure they would be tasty as well. The original is great though...try it first! Based on a recipe from www.bettycrocker.com
All I can say is....YUM. Watch yourself around these it's very easy to get carried away! We have these every Easter and Christmas on our cookie trays. I have two frosting recipes posted, the one I usually use is the cream cheese frosting and the other is an orange glaze. Enjoy!
If you haven't tried chicken noodle soup over mashed potatoes, I am sorry! You will never go back. It makes a creamy, delicious meal. I always make my recipe #407601 they really make a difference in the soup, 1 1/2 this recipe as you need more noodles. I also use recipe#404067 for the potatoes, cut back a bit on the butter and milk when using in soup because all the liquid already gives it great flavor. Enjoy!
This is my favorite taco soup recipe! All the others I have tried include ranch seasoning, don't get me wrong I love ranch but I think it's just too much for this awesome soup! It also has a few diced potatoes and carrots. It is so hearty and delicious! We love it served over fritos with a dollop of sour cream!
These are so easy! I used to make these with my friends for a late night treat after a night of fun. They don't beat brownies from scratch but close enough for me! I have also made a lighter version with egg beaters and 1/2 applesauce 1/2 butter with great results!
I am not a huge fan of baked cheesecakes but I can truly say this is the BEST I have ever had. It is so simple yet everyone thinks it's gourmet! I love that it is completely different than most traditional cheesecakes. Enjoy!