This recipe came from my scout leader back in the 1970's and our troop made them to raise money for a long since forgotten reason. Its best to use bananas that are very ripe. *NOTE: Cooking times have been corrected.
This recipe was created with items I had in my pantry. I own and use a 3-quart Crock Pot, but you can adapt this recipe to any size vessel. I serve it with mashed potatoes, but you could use pasta or rice or what have you. I also serve crusty Italian bread with it. Enjoy!
This recipe is one of the recipes I came up with for the RSC Lucky #13 cooking contest but decided the other 3 recipes created were better. This is a thick unique flavorful creamy smoothie with different ingredients. Enjoy!
Years ago when I was a scout leader our troop was working on an International badge, which each troop member brought a recipe and a dish for everyone to taste. This is one of my favorite of those recipes. Its a pastry-like cookie that is deep fried and sprinkled with confectioners sugar.
I love smoothies and this one is perfect for a personal afternoon treat.
It creamy, is fast and it satisfies your craving for something sweet, but not too sweet. Note: Cooking time is blending time. Enjoy!
My daughter taught me to cook bacon with no splatter or mess on the stove top, by baking it instead. I use a 10"x15" jelly roll pan or the bottom of a broiling pan. I buy parchment paper for baking in rolls in bulk online, but you can get it at the supermarket or any cooking supply store. I bake 3 pounds of bacon at a time and freeze it in individual servings.
The original recipe was part of a scout troop International food project for one of the badges they were working on and submitted by one of the girls in our troop. However it has been modified for the crock pot, plus the stewing beef was replaced with ground beef.
This recipe was given to me by my father-in-law back when I was first married. Cooking time is approximate and depends on your oven and that's why I always use a digital meat thermometer to prevent tears.