These are really easy to make, and pretty tasty. The kids seem to really enjoy them too. I've used peanut oil before, and it gives them a flavor that is similar to the chicken strips you get at Chik-Fil-A.
This is my absolute favorite cake ever. My family always went to my grandmother's house in Chattahoochee, FL for Christmas Day, and she's always had one of these waiting for as long as I can remember. I've been here in Texas for the past 2 Christmases, so I've missed out on them. This year, my parents arrived here on Dec. 26th, and my grandmother had baked an entire cake just for me and sent with them! The filling is very rich, but it's so good!!
A recipe from one of my mom's friends...it's quick and easy, and the kids seem to like them. Since I originally started making these, there are several new varieties of the onion soup mix...I've tried it also with Beefy Onion, Golden Onion/mushroom, and it's good with either of those.
Another one my mom always made when I was growing up. I love it when it's still warm with a little butter spread on a slice. I have also used this recipe to make mini-loaves which I gave away at Christmas, and they were a big hit.
Used to make these during the holiday season but had lost the recipe. Found it again in one of those recipe mini-magazines you find at the checkout line in grocery stores. These are very rich and very yummy! How many it makes depends on how big you cut the bars.
Yeah, I know this sounds really gross; that's what everyone says when they first hear the name...but they change their tune after eating it! If you have the grinder attachment for your Kitchen Aid stand mixer (and I do), this is really fast and easy to make. I usually get garlic bologna, just because it adds a little more flavor to the spread. **Please note it will take longer to make if you have a hand-crank style grinder.