This was in a Southern Living Magazine - sounded divine! It is credited to Cafe Reconcile in New Orleans with flavors that "are destinctive in the original Brennan's Restaurant recipe for Bananas Foster." Anybody who has Brennan's Bananas Foster will tell you how WONDERFUL they are. I did not see a similar one on Zaar, so I am posting it - hope you enjoy!
A tasty appetizer - a little work, but man, are they good! Do not sub margarine for butter! As far as the pepper jelly - you control the heat - we like them pretty hot! (us Texans....!!) I believe I got these out of Southern Living yearrrrssss ago. I hope you enjoy them!
Prep time includes chilling time.
This is a really yummy recipe - it has my favorites - spinach and cheese! It is a very filling meal. I cannot remember where I got the original recipe from, but have been making it for years. It is hard for me to just eat one piece! I use Owen's brand Italian sausage which is packaged like breakfast sausage; if you use regular Itialian sausage, remove casings, crumble and cook. I also have been unable to find Herbed Soft Cream cheese, so have been substituting the Garlic&/onion.
I found these in the 2000 book Christmas with Southern Living - they are really good - and a good break from all the chocolate. Egg Nog lovers will love them. I know they got the thumbs up from my family of Egg Nog lovers. I put them on the holiday tray with Cookie Dough Truffles and AngieMe's Snow Balls (Oreo Truffles) - made a great presentation and all disappeared fast.
Prep time does not include freezer/chill time.
This is a great dip that I always get requests for...took it to work (hospital) and it disappeared before lunchtime. The difference is the fresh vegetables and cheese mix. Try it, you won't be disappointed. Freezes well also.
As a single working mother of three growing boys, I was always looking for good "make ahead" recipes.. I found this one and it was a winner. A lot of times, I would make it the night before and call the boys to "slice and bake" so it would be ready when I got home..The recipe calls for CheezWhiz for the cheese spread. Recipe prep time does not include rice preparation or chill time.(you can use leftover rice)
This is an old Campbell's Soup Recipe, but they quit making the Zesty Italian Tomato soup it called for. I found that jarred Spaghetti sauce was a good substitute. My entire family loves meatloaf, but thinks this is the tastiest, so far! I used to buy the Italian sausage in casings, remove the casings and crumble it up, but now you can buy it bulk. It calls for a sauce, but I have never made it - we didn't think it needed the addition.
The twist is the Italian sausage - gives it a little more kick/flavor. We love the added spice here in our Texas home! The more the merrier! Hope you enjoy this as well as we do. I buy the Italian sausage sold in bulk by Owens, but hot sausage would be good, too.
This is by far one of the best chocolate pies - I have searched and the difference is the unsweetened chocolate vs. cocoa. Also, it can be changed to butterscotch, caramel, coconut...(variations at end of directions)
I got this out of a Parents Magazine years ago. It it wonderful - the recipe says it tastes like Apple Pie, but I am not an apple pie lover and LOVE this ice cream.
Prep time does not include chilling or freezing.
A great, buttery cookie. Great to make for Christmas! I color my coconut with green food coloring. Make sure they are completely cool or the cookies will break up in the frosting. (Frosting mix at end of recipe directions) You can make sugar balls by omitting frosting, coconut and rolling unbaked cookies in colored sugar.
There are a great filled cookie like ones my grandmother made. I use my homemade apple butter for filling, but, as I remember, my grandmother filled them with other types of fruit jam. My kids loved to take these in their school lunches!
Make sure to include chilling time for dough!
This is a great fast salad to make - my husband, who is not a salad lover, says this is THE best! (He likes extra eggs..) It is the only salad I have EVER seen him eat seconds on! It is the dressing that makes it!
This has been my 24 year old son's favorite and most requested cake since he was about 10 - he is a butterscotch lover. It is really good - make sure you get the bottom/topping - it's what makes the cake!
Being from Texas, I usually use pecans instead of walnuts.
NOTE: If you want to use an electric mixer, be careful to not overbeat the cake.
Home Made Hot Pockets! I used to make these for my (now grown) boys - they were great for after school snacks and school lunches. I now make them for my stepdaughter, who loves them just as much. These freeze great! My boys used to come home from school or sports activities and get them right from the freezer and pop them in the microwave for snacks. (They still do..when they can get them!) I frequently double the recipe - I can never seem to have enough on hand.
Please note there is no measurement for the ham - use about 1/4 cup ham and one piece of sliced cheese, chopped per pocket. Really, any meat &/or cheese will work - mix and match to your taste!!!
This apple butter is made a little differently in that it is baked for several hours - makes the house smell heavenly. I have tried other recipes, but my family (my mom and 25 year old son, especially) keep asking for this one. I can never keep enough on hand. This recipe takes a while, but it is worth it. You may need to bake longer than the recipe calls for - just bake until the right consistency. I usually use 1/2 granny smith apples and 1/2 any other red apples.
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