My hubby is a mincemeat fan, so when I was looking through my "Better Homes and Gardens" cookbook and I came across a recipe for mince pancakes that looked good, I decided to give it a try, with a few changes that were more to my liking. The pancakes are wonderful, the recipe is easy to prepare, and the mincemeat does not come across as a strong flavor. Even those who aren't mincemeat fans can enjoy these very different pancakes.
With the very cold temperatures in January this soup from Mable Hoffman's "Crockery Cookery" will warm your family all the way through, and you will love the ease of preparation. I love to serve Irish Soda Bread with pea soup.
I found this recipe years ago when our boys were very young and it became a family favorite for special Saturday night dinners. These waffles were a treat because we served them with vanilla ice cream. The kids thought is was pretty special to be having dessert for dinner. Of course they can also be served with maple syrup for a delicious breakfast.
This recipe is delicious and perfect for a weekend brunch. It can easily be prepared in advance and refrigerated until serving time, just give each piece a little extra time to heat through in the frying pan.
This apple pie is wonderful because it is all natural with no artificial sweetener! The flavor is so good that even those that are not on restricted diets will enjoy it. Make sure you use a sweet-tart apple, as suggested
I received this recipe from a friend years ago. She told me that she had gotten the recipe from Bon Appetit Magazine. It is the best, and the easiest, mousse ever. This is not the usual chocolate flavored whipped cream.
My mom sent me this recipe a few weeks ago and just in time as I had a large quantity of fresh tomatoes to use, and I was running out of ideas. It is simple and delicious. The salad serves two, but could easily be doubled.
This is a wonderful Caesar Salad with a twist from added grapes and Swiss cheese. I served it last Saturday evening for my husband's birthday dinner with rave reviews from guests.
You can make it a little easier on yourself by using packaged Caesar croutons, and if you are watching calories, I would recommend "Ken's Steak House Lite Caesar" dressing. I think it is great substitution.
Cooked, chunked chicken added makes a great main dish salad
This recipe comes from an old church cookbook that I have been cooking out of for years. The dish is so easy to prepare, and everyone I've ever served it to has loved it.
Be sure to use a good quality applesauce so the gelatin will get firm and set-up nicely. Cheaper applesauces have too much liquid in them for this recipe.
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