You know that bread they serve at Outback Steakhouse? Well, topsecretrecipes.com has got the recipe pretty close. If you want the exact color, you will have to use food coloring, but the taste is very good. Serve warm with whipped butter.
I adapted this recipe from one I found on a can of crushed tomatoes, and everyone loved it. You can scale the recipe in half, but you will probably want the leftovers. For the pasta, I recommend a curly pasta.
The biggest problem I had while making these is that I kept wanting to eat the batter, though I'm glad I saved some for cooking. Note: they hold up better overnight and stay moist if they are slightly undercooked. They have no egg, and can be made with non-dairy margarine for those with dietary restrictions.
You can barely taste the hidden zucchini in this recipe, which makes it a perfect way to get kids to eat their vegetables. It is moist, sweet, and flavorful- not to mention easy to make! Use it for breakfast, dessert, accessory to a meal, or a snack.
From the first time I tried one of these at the bakery where I go to school, I was addicted. I eventually got my hands on a copy of the recipe, and while they don't taste exactly the original, they are still impossible to resist, especially when they are still warm and the chips are gooey. The cake is soft and moist, the top is almost like a meringue, and the chips top it off perfectly. Because they start with a pound cake mix, they are incredibly easy to make.
While I thought these tasted great, I had trouble convincing others to try them. If you can get past the blue color, they are a wonderful and relatively healthy treat. If you use non-dairy margarine instead of butter, they are dairy-free.
This recipe seems strange, but it has a great flavor. It makes way too much sauce, so serve it with a side dish that will soak some of it up. I suggest rice, though stuffing or potato kugel work very well too.
My mother used to make a version of this versatile recipe all the time. If you bake it less, it is pudding. If you bake it more, it can be served as bread or a side dish. It is sweet enough that you could almost call it dessert.