From the New Celtic Cookbook by Kathleen Sloan-McIntosh and Ken McIntosh. The steel-cut oats in this recipe are packed with nutrition and a wonderful nuttiness that helps make this delicious bread so good!
This is a moist and delicious cake, and very easy to make. Our church used to have an international dinner every January, and I took this one year. It was a big hit! I've made it several times since. Recipe is from The Best of Mennonite Fellowship Meals.
I saw Sandra Lee make this on the Food Network and thought it looked lovely. I made it this morning to go with our coffee, and it is delicious! The almond and raspberry flavors are fantastic together! This is easy, attractive and very tasty. You don't have to wait for Christmas to enjoy it!
This is a quick and easy dinner, very popular at our house. Sometimes I put it over rice, sometimes over egg noodles, sometimes over biscuits. You can change it by varying the vegetables you use, like turnips or green beans. And the neat thing is you can use whatever you have in the house at the time! Cook time includes time for chicken to parboil and vegetables to cook.
This smooth, rich pudding, lower in fat than many recipes, has many variations. For chocolate almond, chocolate rum, or chocolate mint pudding, simply add either 1/4 tsp almond or rum extract, or 2 drops of peppermint extract along with the vanilla. Yum!
This delicious side dish is a real change of pace. The rice soaks up the juice from the apples and becomes plump and sweet. Leftovers can be used for breakfast, hot or cold, served with a dollop of yogurt. Recipe from the cookbook Lean and Luscious and Meatless.
This recipe is delicious! The sesame oil gives it a nutty and unusual flavor. I just made it for a picnic I'm going to. After tasting it, I know it's a salad I'll be making many more times. From the cookbook Lean and Luscious and Meatless.
This quick, easy dessert is so cool and refreshing. The riper the fruit, the sweeter the sorbet will be. This recipe can easily be doubled to serve 4. Prep time doesn't include freezer time. From the cookbook Lean and Luscious and Meatless.
This interesting recipe is from Food & Folklore of the 1,000 Islands, but originally from Joan Barrett's cookbook "In Praise of Pumpkins". I haven't tried it yet. (Have to wait for pumpkin season.) But I think you'll agree it looks intriguing!
This is elegant enough for a Sunday brunch, and provides a different way to enjoy your breakfast oatmeal. It can be enjoyed as is, or topped with maple syrup. Leftovers are good cold or can be reheated in an oven or microwave. From Lean and Luscious and Meatless.