Our Bishop and his wife had us over for breakfast this Saturday and I have never had a more incredible breakfast! My husband and I came home and said that we should make it our Christmas morning tradition. It is really rich, and not at all low calorie but definately worth it! Best if served with the butter syrup recipe also posted.
The second best thing I have gotten from Texas! Actually, this salsa recipe comes from our bishop's wife. She makes it for every church activity and it is always devoured! Last night I told her I couldn't leave Rexburg without her salsa recipe so here it is. The recipe makes enough to feed our entire church, so you could cut the recipe in half or thirds.
I found this recipe while we were staying at my husband's grandma's house in Utah. The original recipe is from the Williams Sonoma Soup recipe book but I added a few ingredients and changed a few measurements. It is SO good!
My husband and I love homemade pizza! This recipe came about because I started to make the pizza dough and realized that I didn't have any tomato sauce! Being much too lazy and tired to go to the store I improvised with low fat ranch dressing! The experimental pizza turned out amazing and we have never since used tomato sauce on our pizza!
We went to a potluck last Sunday and our neighbor brought these brownies. He told us this recipe has taken him five years to perfect. I think the time payed off because these brownies are amazing! I am posting this recipe for your enjoyment and as a precaution for losing this recipe because if I lost it I would never forgive myself!! Hope you enjoy them as much as I do!
This recipe can also be used to make small loaves of bread that are a really cute gift to take to the neighbors during the Holidays! This recipe is always very moist because of the grated apples. It also cuts down a lot on fat content.