This recipe, a family staple in the winter, comes from Rachel Ray. It is quick, easy, & very tasty. The original calls for "small potatoes"; I use buttery Yukon Golds for optimum flavor.
Note: I just made this again for supper. The potatoes took longer to cook than the recipe said. Next time I will start them cooking first and give them a little longer to soften up before I add the other veggies.
So easy for so much deliciousness! This is especially refreshing during the worst of our southern summers. Don't get this too far from the refrigerator, though- the icing melts easily. The original recipe, from my mom's former co-worker, recommends using Duncan Hines cake mix.
I found this recipe on a blog called Cupcake Bakeshop, which is now closed. I haven't tried it yet, but wanted to save it for safe-keeping. It calls for a specialty item, ground pequin chilies, but I will be using chipotle chili powder, as I already have that. Top with Chili Chocolate Ganache Frosting, which I will post seperately.
This inexpensive recipe is for your busiest nights. It is easily doubled or tripled to feed a large family. I haven't tried freezing it, but I don't see why it couldn't be. If anyone tries it, please let us know! We serve it with cottage cheese and a green salad.
This is based on a pie served at our favorite breakfast spot. The lemon curd recipe was taken from Joy of Baking, and the blueberry topping from Martha Stewart. The cheesecake is an amalgamation of several different recipes. You can speed this up by using jarred lemon curd and canned blueberry topping, but the homemade versions are very easy.
These muffins are wicked- so very good, but so very bad for you! They're delicious as an accompaniment to dinner, or on their own for breakfast with some jam.But watch out- they're addictive! (Taken from the 2000 Southern Living Annual)