Came up with this after buying a pineapple after it being on sale for half-price!! So refreshing and so easy. What a treat! Heck *I* came up with it, so it MUST be easy LOL. Nothing like grilled fresh pineapple - it squirts in your mouth! Even leftovers are good. Just re-grill. No need to core. The core IS edible, though just a TAD tougher than the rest of the flesh. But core if you please or just eat around it. Can be a side, garnish, or dessert ;)
Yummy yummy. Wholesome crab cakes. The only "filler" in this are pureed carrots, chickpeas, scallions, and asparagus. Not much bread-action going on, but plenty of flavor. Cook time accounts for cooking option 1 (skillet). Prep accounts for chopping. RSC4
Low in calories, creamy (even with nonfat milk), alcohol-free, kid-friendly, and nutritious. This was inspired by Heather Sullivan's Strawberry Julius #24088. Can be made vegan using soy milk or even tofu
I thought of the concept weeks ago, but tried it out for the first time this morning. It was good. I used only 1/4 tsp vanilla, but I could barely distinguish it, so I recommend using a tad more if you prefer bold flavors like myself. Can be easily doubled, tripled, etc. And experiement with extracts. I'm sure vegans (or non-ovos) can use tofu.
Technically, this is NOT a recipe - more of a CONCEPT or as a new venture and just a way to add more variety (and flavor and color in some delicious cases) to plain ole hot cereal. Feel free to use with oatmeal, farina (cream of wheat), cream of rice (which could use that extra punch), grits, or cornmeal mush (maybe even porridge)
I adapted this recipe from one I saw online at labellecuisine.com I used all extracts because I'm underage. I have NO clue what Bananas Foster tastes like, so I can't vouch for flavor authenticity. The final product tasted more like a banana cream pie and has a REALLY creamy texture. Frankly, *I* prefer a cakier cheesecake myself, but I enjoyed this. My first attempt at a cheesecake too! Not bad. The recipe doesn't mention a water bath, but I used one anyway. I also used black walnut extract for half of the vanilla because I've seen BF recipes that use nuts (namely pecans). Next time, I'll add more cinnamon in the filling and crust because I love cinnamon.
I invented this JUST now. I LOVED it! Great (and TASTY & SIMPLE) way to get rid of the extra hummus, capers, and sundried tomatoes that you don't know what to do with. Yummy! I used Laura Divine's Low Fat Hummus (40517). Can be easily multiplied and easily make substitutions (canned chicken, salmon, etc...or change the cheese, veggies, spices...the possibilities are endless! Maybe vegans can even sub tofu)
My dad LOVES these! And he LOVES regular, unhealthy potato chips, so I'm MORE than happy to make these for him. We both like things spicy. I suggest serving with Laura Divine's Low Fat Hummus (40517). Adjust spices to your taste - they are just estimates anyway - I do spices by the senses - feel, smell, and look. Can be easily doubled, tripled, etc - just need to do the oven steps a couple more times to account for the extra chips. Optional Equipment: spray bottle filled with water
I made these for my Baci ("grandmother" in Polish) because she has to watch her blood sugar. Loving her with all my being makes me worry about her well-being. I decided to try this recipe (and another Oatmeal Bar recipe) and give her an alternative to eating baked goods for a "quick fix." She preferred the other recipe and recommends this recipe to those who like Grape Nuts. She says the bars reminded her of Grape Nuts pudding.
It's sooo moist - as the title says. The fruit I used were dried papaya, apricots, cranberries, and raisins. Deee-lish! The applesauce makes it moist. However, mine didn't rise that high at all. I did omit the salt and changed the orgional recipe's all-purpose to whole-wheat flour, but I don't think that caused it. It looks like biscotti when sliced. That sounds like a good idea...cut it up at the end and put it back in the oven. I should try that...or just keep as is for a little snack cake. Consider it a delicious fruit cake.
So good, it doesn't need a crust! Add one if you desire. Made this for Thanksgiving and everyone loved it! It smelled so good thanks to the maple syrup and nutmeg. Add cinnamon if you wish, which I am sure will make it even nummier! Cook time only accounts for baking. You can "bake" the potatoes by nuking them for 10 mins.
Oh sweet, sweet decadence made a tad less naughty. I grew up with everyone calling them "junk bars," but they're also known as seven-layer or magic bars/cookies. No matter what you call it, it's a real treat ;)
Thanks to 1Steve for refering me to this as per my request for a diabetic-safe carrot cake to make my Baci (grandmother in Polish) for her birthday. She enjoyed it, but did note that she tasted allspice (she's not a fan). I didn't taste the cake, so I can't vouch for it. I did adapt this recipe to make it healthier and more diabetic friendly. Because of the lacking sugars, I suggest checking on the cake before 40 minutes are up. I frosted with my Mock cream Cheese Frosting. Here's a link to the original: http://www.seniormag.com/cookbook/deserts/carrotcake.htm
My take on Spanokopita. I added in the roasted red pepper because I love it and it matches well with the spinach and seasonings. I didn't add in feta. I would have, but mine went bad. It tasted delish anyway.