This is from Jorge Cruise's Three Hour Diet cookbook. Serve with one half of an english muffin spread with 1 tsp margarine and sprinkled with a little cinnamon for a complete meal. The original recipe calls for plain yogurt but I usually use vanilla.
This fruitcake is nothing like all the horror stories and jokes. It has been in my family for at least three generations, and it just wouldn't be the holidays without it. I just can't say enough good things about it. Don't get scared away by the long ingredient and instruction list. It's not hard and smells so good. Even if you hate fruitcake, please make my day and give this a shot. Prep times includes freezer time.
I never have understood why most hot cocoa mixes call for store-bought chocolate drink mix as an ingredient. That just doesn't make sense to me. This verson is easier, cheaper, and in my opinion tastes better. Prep time does not include blending. The cook time is the time it takes to heat the water and stir in the cocoa. I have no idea on the serving size, so I gave it a wild guess.
My husband could live on this cake. This was my grandmothers recipe. The recipe used to call for a cup of oil, and I changed that to applesauce to lower the fat. The applesauce does make the cake dense, but the taste is very rich. Yummy.
I used chameleon in the name because this salad is so changeable. I often add ham to make this a main dish. Take out the peas and olives and add tomatoes for a wonderful BLT taste. Substitute Italian Salad dressing for the Miracle Whip. The possibilities are endless. Cook time is chill time.
This is one of my all-time favorites. I usually double the recipe to make enough for company or leftovers. It can be a little tricky at the end doing several things at once, so my dh usually fries the chicken while I'm finishing up the rest of the meal. I'm not real sure about the prep and cook time, but did include marinate time in the prep time. Sorry if some of the instructions seem vague. A lot of it is personal choice and trial and error. But don't let that scare you off. This is a fantastic meal.
This one originally came from the cookbook that came with my microwave. Very easy, tasty, and good for using ingredients on hand. I've also made it in the oven, and made it ahead to freeze and cook later. Cook time includes prep time.
I know there's a zillion sauce recipies out there, but had to add this one since it's my favorite. My mom and I both grew up on this sauce and it's the only one my husband lets me cook. The kids scarf it up as well. Very versatile, too.
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