My family loves cereal bars but I hated making them with marshmallows and corn syrup. I found a recipe (#94905) and "embellished" it a bit. They are a little crumbly but my husband loved them, which was the clincher since he isn't a huge peanut butter fan. I'll be making these again! They are just 5 steps.
This recipe is from India's 500 Best Recipes. I am adding it here to have it in my online cookbook! We love this dish! (I sometimes replaced pre-made garlic and ginger pastes for the fresh garlic and ginger)
Great recipe for homemade vanilla ice cream. Very rich and creamy, and stays creamy even after a few days in the freezer, instead of becoming "rock hard" like so many others.
*Note: The preparation and "cook"/freezing time are only estimates and do not include cooling time. This is an easy recipe that truly doesn't take long.
Have a cold or the flu? Try this soup to kick up your immune system and get healthy fast! Plus, this soup tastes SO good. My husband loves it! (Whew!) This soup is also great for inflammation and arthritis, due to the healing qualities of gingerol (from the ginger).
This is adopted from a Lucky Leaf recipe. It is SO easy and so good! I've served it at many functions and it goes fast! I haven't tried other fruit fillings but I'm sure blueberry would work too. Refrigerate remaining pieces.
This is from southernfood.about.com. It's a great dish for using leftover chicken and rice, and it is VERY easy. Don't let the number of ingredients fool you - as a lot of them are spices. I used almond milk and whole wheat flour, but regular milk and all purpose flour can be used (respectively). You can also use less ground red pepper if you don't want it quite so hot.