My young'uns think this treat is even more special than 'nana bread. Mos'ta the time, I jes' leave out the frostin', and nobody don't never complain (they ain't fools!)...Al'tho if ya do have the time, the frostin' makes a mighty fine treat. This recipe come from a tore-up ol' copy of Taste of Home's Quick Cooking.
You ain't never tasted such a dev'lish temptation as this! Tha' icin' is a pure cake lover's dream come true! Even those folk with with wills of steel won't be able to turn down a slice! Shameless tempter! I'm gonna tell yo' mama!
This has been a long-standing part of my family's Thanksgiving meal. Makes a lovely layered salad with a nutty top. We could no more do Thanksgiving without "The Green Stuff" than we could do without the turkey!
Mighty fine eatin' fer an easy day of cake bakin'. Ya'll won't believe how dang'd easy this 'un is. If you try this recipe, I'm shore you'll have yer loved ones smilin' like a pack of cheshire cats eatin' berries!
The unexpected blend of curry and Southwestern-style flavors in this dish yields a delightfully different taste. Note to weight watchers: Try using all fat-free, reduced-sodium versions of the listed ingredients to lower fat grams and caloric content. Adapted from an old Southern Living recipe clipping (circa 1980).
This is the quickest way I know to impress friends and family (with the minimum of time in the kitchen). This always turns out wonderfully. Even as leftovers the next day this pasta treat is always a welcome meal.