I've had this recipe in my file forever! I made these and gave some to my kids and the neighborhood kids who were outside playing. They went wild for them! I kept having more and more kids show up at my door wanting some more! lol
They are soft and have a nice peanut butter middle. Kind of reminds me of the commercial Hershey's cookies that are Reese's flavored.
Found this recipe in a taste of home booklet. Its one I haven't seen before and I had to try it because my family loves Smores! The marshmellow center really makes these muffins stand out in the crowd. My kids gobbled them all up and then wanted the one I was eating!!lol
I've been making this for quite a while. I always liked it because it uses pastrami instead of the normal corned beef.It has sort of a strong mustard taste, so you may want to tone that down by cutting the 1 Tbsp down to a 1/2 Tbsp if you prefer.
I found this recipe in a candy making book for beginners. It turned out tasting good, but I could not make it into balls because it stayed really sticky and gooey. I've included a second recipe on what I did with the pumpkin mixture. I call that one "My pumpkin mistake"You may have to cook it longer so it'll be really stiff to make into the balls.
I found this recipe in a cookbook from the library. It turned out to be fast and delicious! My family really enjoyed it.
I didn't make the sauce because I didn't have the red pepper or the relish. I just served it with spicy mayo on the side. It tasted good without any sauce...so don't think you have to have any but its a nice addition.
This works great with the rotisserie chicken you get at the store and also would be good with leftover cooked turkey. Its something different to make after the holidays that is not a casserole.
NOTE: If you just have salted saltines,just omit the salt with the egg.
This is a yummy asian recipe that my aunt, who is vietamese, gave to me.She knew that I always love her food.The ingredients are long,but it doesn't take long to make.The fish sauce can be found at most grocery stores by the asian food aisle.
This is a great, easy Thai chicken recipe that I found in secrets of success cookbook.
Its important to mince or coarsely grind the chicken so they can absorb the flavor.
Serve it with steamed rice or place it into crisp iceburg lettuce and eat like a taco.
This recipe is so easy and good! I didn't have time one day to make fajitas, so I decided to put them in the crock pot. They turned out real good and not soupy at all. The McKormick seasonings really gave the chicken a good flavor.
The outcome of this recipe is shredded meat that you can use in place of regular ground beef taco meat. This is a really good Mexican recipe that I got from a friend. I usually serve it shredded as burritos. I've also used chicken in place of the beef and it turned out really good.
This is the recipe my mother always made when I was growing up.I think she got it originally from McCall's magazine.Its very simple to make and I think it tastes great.You can use either boneless pork chops or the bone in kind.