Quick and easy, with a great non-crust topping. Try a variety of apples, mix it up...
Brown and white sugars, raisins and lemon juice add a wonderful taste and texture to this quintessential apple pie. Be sure to cube or slice the apples uniformly, and, if you like, dot the apples with pats of butter.
The first person I served this for didn't like peach cobbler (unknown to me). He really enjoyed it. I just made it because it sounded yummy and I was dieting. No one will ever guess it's 'lighter' than any other cobbler. I hope you like it. Oh! and it's quick and easy.
Lasagna appeals to the eye as well as to the taste buds. Here, ground beef, onion, garlic, basil, tomatoes and a dash of brown sugar make up the sauce, while ricotta, Parmesan, mozzarella, eggs and parsley are the filling for this layered casserole. Prepare up to 2 days in advance, if desired, and chill covered in the refrigerator until ready to bake. Increase the baking time by about 15 minutes.
Just a good old fashioned, down home potato salad recipe that brings back memories of picnics in the park and family gatherings. Wonderful as it is or make it your own by adding additional ingredients of your choice.
Ground beef and onions seasoned with thyme and made creamy with vegetable soup are smothered in mashed potatoes, topped with Colby cheese and baked for a hot, hearty dinner.
Tender and juicy, this barbecue beef sandwich is a crowd pleaser made with top quality beef brisket and a home made barbecue sauce.
This tangy and refreshing blueberry cocktail is brightened with the lovely citrus flavor of Limoncello, an Italian liqueur made from ripe lemons.
How delightful is this? Let us count the ways: a crispy, buttery sprinkling of coconut, walnuts and brown sugar tops a luscious layer of cherries, which nestles into a rich bed of cream cheese, which is spread over more coconut and walnuts, then baked.
Children love these rich, frozen, fudgy treats! Make some for your Fourth of July celebration.