This is my family's favorite pasta salad, and I'm always asked to make it for our holiday cookouts. All of the ingredient amounts are to taste, so feel free to add or subtract as desired. Prep time is time to boil pasta and chop all the ingredients, although a dicer/chopper significantly shortens the time. Also, we've found that preparing the night before enhances the flavor. Enjoy!
This is like a freshly baked pumpkin pie in your soup bowl. It is super easy to make and tastes great served hot or cold. I was in search of a good Pumpkin Soup, only to find that they all contained ingredients that I certainly did NOT associate with a pumpkin pie. So I made this recipe up. Hope you enjoy it!
This is a super rich indulgence that is very much like the middle of an apple pie. A great recipe for those apples that are sitting in your fridge that nobody wants to eat. Prep time includes time to peel the apples by hand (but you don't have to peel them if you don't want to). Enjoy!
This is like a sticky pecan bun and cinnamon bun all rolled into one! You're going to need a glass of milk to eat this - it's VERY rich. For the icing, we like to lump it on top and let it melt down the sides; that way, it picks up some of the other gooey stuff and you can dip your bread into it!
From "All Time Favorite Recipes". For fun, try substituting Butterscotch or white chocolate chips for the semi-sweet and/or peanut butter chips. Make sure you cool it completely or the bottom will crumble!
Make this in a clear dish! It is SO pretty and people will be asking how you cut the Jello into such thin and even layers! Cooking time is total time for all the layers to set. Each layer takes about 30-45 minutes to set so it is best to place the white mixture over a pot of hot water to prevent it from getting hard while you are waiting for the Jello to harden.