Easy, and healthy if you use less cheese than I did. EXTREMELY tasty! These microwave very well and any leftover sauce can be refrigerated and used later. Sauce and enchiladas can also have jalapeños, chili powder to spice them up or other veggies. I used a couple baby carrots, for color and a little flavor- YUM!
Home-made corn tortillas! Great for home-made corn chips, enchiladas, tacos, quesadillas--everything! A money-saver too, considering how much chips and store-bough tortillas can be. Prep time includes 30 minutes "sitting time."
I used to eat these all the time when I was little. Healthy and yummy, this is a good alternative for when kids want something sweet or something cold. They're still great especially for hot weather and for a healthy snack. Any kind of yogurt can be used (my favorite is Dannon's Lemon) or juice (I like apple or orange). Much better than store-bought or popsicles that contain Kool-Aid. And don't save them for the kids! They're great on-the-go snacks for everyone! (cook time is a freeze-time estimate) Use a popsicle mold (availiable at places like Target, Walmart and some groceries) or paper cups.
I made this cake for my little brother's 12th birthday with the request of a chocolate cake. It was truly amazing- weeks later my family (nonetheless after being stuffed with a huge dinner and dessert) was still talking about how fabulous the cake was! Nice and moist and the frosting...oooh. Recipe for a 9"x13" pan, but can be made as a wonderful layer cake. Prep time includes cooling and frosting (with some extra leeway). From www.donogh.com