This recipe is from my Seaward Inn Cookbook. My husband loves it so much that I am putting it on-line to reference while travelling. I serve it with egg noodles.
The Seaward Inn is a lovely place in Rockport, MA, that we visited each summer while the Campbell family owned it. Great food and ambience!
This sinful dessert was published in the July 2010 issue of Woman's World magazine. Although I have not tried it, I plan to. Very easy and festive.
Please note: The recipe calls for "Yodel" snack cakes. "Ding Dongs" have been substituted here due to ingredient limitations at this website.
This is an easy, no-bake, lower fat version of Tiramisu which my family has enjoyed for years. It's easy to prepare since store-bought Angel food cake is used. An 8-oz container of Mascarpone cheese may be substituted for cream cheese, if you don't care about calories.
The only cooking time involves the optional Mocha Fudge Sauce.
I'm also posting this in case I lose my "paper" copy!
This is a Morningstar Farms recipe. Both my husband and I love their veggie breakfast sausage and will definitely try this recipe - it sounds delicious!
Mozzarella, or any other cheese of your choice, may be substituted for cheddar.
Egg Substitute (2 cups) may also be substituted for whole eggs for a healthier version.
This is a light custard-like dessert, perfect for Summer fare. Meyer lemons are a cross between a lemon and a mandarin orange. Introduced to the United States from China in 1908 by Frank Meyer, they are less acidic and sweeter than regular lemons.
Found this easy to prepare recipe in my grocery store's (Stop & Shop) circular. It makes a delicious, hearty soup that is low in fat and high in nutrition.
My husband loves it and has requested it often. I love it because it's easy to prepare and low fat!