This recipe is from the show Sugar on the Food Network. I've had this recipe for awhile now and I finally decided to try it. It is delicious! Very moist and full of flavor. Definitely a keeper. Only change I made was that I omitted the lemon zest just because I find it too overpowering.
These have been made by me and my 2 sisters for years. I don't know where the recipe came from originally. These always turn out perfectly. I like a soft cookie so I leave these in for the minimum amount of time. But if you want a "gingersnap" leave them in longer. I'm not sure how many cookies this makes.
I was looking for a rub recipe to use on pork chops and came across Recipe #89202. But I added al ot more herbs and this is what I came up with. It is delicious on pork chops and I'm sure it would be great on chicken also. This should be enough for 2-3 pork chops
I don't know where I found this recipe but I have been making these for years and they always taste delicious. There are a couple of other honey bran muffins recipes on this site but this has some slight variation. The original recipe called for 1 cup of raisins but I like blueberries better.
This is based on the recipe Recipe #89202. I wanted more flavors so this is what I came up with. It is fantastic! I used this on butterfly pork chops cooked on the BBQ. It was the best pork chop I had ever had because of this rub. I think this would be great on chicken or beef also. The amount of ingredients are based on 2 pork chops.
These are so quick and easy to make and the result is awesome. They are especially good when you need something sweet...fast. This comes from a Nestle cookbook. I have made it several times and it is always perfect. I have yet to make this recipe with the pecans. Seems I never have them on hand. But they're great without them anyway.
This recipe comes from the Everyday Italian show on the Food Network. Very simple to make and very tasty. This is great to make for a crowd or just cut the recipe in half if you want less. This recipe uses a 13x9 pan but I had to use a 13x9 and also an 8x8.
This recipe comes from the show Sugar on the Food Network Canada. These are very easy to make and very tasty. I did not have vanilla bean so I used vanilla extract. This recipe also calls for nutmeg which I did use but next time I make these I will leave that out. I would rather just the vanilla flavour, just my preference. Another change I would do next time would be to only fill the muffin pans about 1/4 full then add the jam. The jam tends to leak out when I filled it 2/3 full.
I got this recipe from the Rosie O'Donnell Show when it was on the air. I've had the recipe for a few years but am just now getting around to making them and I'm glad I did! They are fantastic. I wasn't sure how the dough would turn out because when I was kneading it the butter did not seem to incorporate very well. I think I may melt the butter next time I make these. Anyway, the dough turned out fine after all. These are very tasty and sticky!
This recipe is outstanding and so easy to make with any leftover turkey you have. This recipe is from an old calendar my mom has from the 1960's. She tried it for the first time about 8 years ago and I have been making them after every turkey meal ever since. They are great as small appetizers or make them larger and have for lunch. I am not great at making pastry of any kind but this one always turns perfect. The prep time for this recipe also includes the 1/2 hour it takes for the dough to chill.
I found this recipe in my Company's Coming Millennium Edition cookbook. They are a very delicious square without being too sweet. I thought with the condensed milk, 2 sugars and chocolate chips they would be sickly sweet but they're not at all. They are fabulous! The only tip I have about this recipe is that it says to spread the remaining batter on top but it is very hard to "spread" it because of its consistency. Instead I just took little pieces of the dough and flattened it out in my hand and placed it on top of the chocolate layer. It works out fine. I just wanted to update this recipe by saying that doubling this recipe works very well. It just fits into a 9 x 11 pan and the left over dough make amazing oatmeal cookies.
I got this recipe from the back of a Heinz ketchup bottle. I always loved the taste of bacon and maple syrup so I thought I'd give it try. It was great, very tasty. It calls for drumsticks, but I used 3 chicken breasts and cut them into about 1 1/2 inch pieces instead. This recipe makes a lot of sauce. Next time I make it I will cut the ingredient amounts in half. Or another idea would be to make the full amount of sauce but divide it so you can use one half for a dipping sauce which I should have done. Either way it is very tasty. I also omitted the cloves.
This makes for a very tasty salmon dish. It was not too over-powering like a lot of salmon recipes I have tried. I found this on a fishing website. I only had one fillet so I cut each ingredient in half and it was perfect. I also took the fish out of the foil packet near the end of the cooking time and just kept it in the oven to crisp up a bit (just my preference). Prep time includes the 1 hour of marinating.
This recipe is from the Mrs. Field's Cookie Book. I like to make these for Christmas instead of regular shortbread. These are so light and tasty, they literally melt in your mouth. I also use chocolate chips as a topping.
This recipe is from the Mrs. Field's Cookie Book. These cookies are very chocolaty, very tasty. They smell like brownies when they're in the oven. The only change I made was that I did not use my electric mixer to blend in the flour and chocolate chips mixture. I just used a wooden spoon,I figured the dough would be too heavy for the mixer, I was right. Some extra elbow grease needed but well worth it.
This is wonderful simple cake to make. I got this from a Kraft magazine. I used about 1 cup of chocolate chips instead of the squares of chocolate. I added Cool Whip to the top after it was cooled and then chocolate shavings on top of that.
This is from the show "Sugar" on the Food Network Canada. The longer you bake these brownies the "cakier" they are. Mine were very moist and fudgy, perfect! I added pecans instead of walnuts. They actually taste a lot better the day after especially if you warm them up for a few seconds in the microwave--this makes them more moist.