This light, tasty chicken dish from BBC Good Food really is ready in 30 minutes! The fruit really complements the chicken. I made it with dried apricots since that is what I had on hand but you may substitute an equal amount of dried prunes. This dish is wonderful served with mashed potatoes.
These biscotti are very easy to make, even for a novice. A couple of them broke while I was slicing them for the second baking and they tasted darn good only after first! From "Williams-Sonoma Italian Favorites."
This recipe was printed in the Toronto Star way back in 1990 and was featured in an article about The Elmwood Bed and Breakfast in Charlottetown, P.E.I. My family likes cake anytime and this recipe appeals to me in that it is made with easily obtainable ingredients, is not too sweet and can be enjoyed for breakfast or with a cup of coffee during the day.
One of the best fruit pies I have eaten in a long time. This is a Canadian Living recipe that I had wanted to try for a while but it was a matter of having all of the ingredients on hand, which I finally did. The pie itself bakes very quickly as the filling is precooked.
From "The 21 Cookbook" by Michael Lomonaco and Donna Forsman. I used Macintosh apples instead of the Granny Smith apples indicated and increased the amount of bread slightly but it was still delicious.
This is a great recipe when you have just one apple languishing in your fruit bowl and it is past the point where it would taste good eating it as is. This loaf is moist and delicious - a great accompaniment to a cup of coffee or tea.
This moist, delicious muffin can be made with dried cranberries, raisins or chopped dates. I baked these up as 12 jumbo muffins but am posting the recipe for 24 regular muffins, as this is the size of pan most bakers have.