Easy Parmesan Knots. This recipe will got great with the Mama Mia’s Minestrone from yesterday or any other great Italian meal.
It is a recipe that I adapted from one I found in an issue of Simple and Delicious. These are easy to make because they start off with a can of refrigerated biscuit dough. However, they look fancy because you shape the dough in a knot. Pretty, yummy and easy. What more could you want? Easy Parmesan Knots 1 tube (12 ounces) refrigerated buttermilk biscuits ( I used Pillsbury Golden Layers Refrigerated Buttermilk Biscuits)¼ cup canola oil3 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese (I did use the green can stuff)½ teaspoon garlic powder1 teaspoon dried oregano1 teaspoon dried parsley flakes Roll each biscuit into a 12-in. rope and tie into a knot; tuck ends under.
Throw in stress eating and calls to dad, and it some how made everything okay. I encourage it! Last week I went to a cookbook release party at Border Grill and they had churros…in tot form! I was blown away by their cuteness–had to replicate it stat for you all.I basically made a tweaked and adjusted version of this pate a choux recipe. And then fried small balls of the dough. Grab a baking sheet, line it with some paper towels.
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Final day of sharing truffles recipes…just in time for Christmas! Yay! It’s Christmas Eve! I’m so excited for all of the amazing conversation and laughter with friends and family and it goes without saying….the food…especially the sweet stuff. They taste just like the real thing but without being afraid of raw eggs or anything. Cookie Dough Truffles adapted from Taste of Home Ingredients 1/2 cup unsalted butter, softened3/4 cup brown sugar1 teaspoon vanilla extract2 1/4 cups unbleached all purpose flour1 (14 ounce) can fat free sweetened condensed milk1/2 mini semi-sweet chocolate chips (I used a heaping 1/2 cup full.)
How-To Beat the butter and brown sugar until fluffy.Add in the vanilla and beat.Alternating, add the flour followed by the condensed milk, beating well between.Stir in chocolate chips.Scoop out 1 tablespoon balls, place on parchment paper and refrigerate for about an hour until they are firm. Servings: 47 truffles Related posts: Cheddar Garlic Biscuits. Just like Red Lobster!
(This one's for Amy-jo!) Griffin loves seafood, loves Red Lobster (give the kid a break, he's 14), and especially loves the biscuits that come with his entree. I've been on a quest to find a decent copy of those biscuits for a long time. I think I found it! This is a simple recipe that is based on Bisquick, so if you've got some of that, you're set! Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Combine 2 1/2C Bisquick with 4T cold butter in a medium bowl using a pastry cutter. Drop by 1/4C portions of the dough onto the lightly greased cookie sheet --- over-filling a tablespoon or using a ice cream scoop will work. Bake for 15 to 17 minutes in preheated oven until the tops of the biscuits begin to turn light brown. While the biscuits are baking, melt 3T butter is a small bowl in the microwave. Kevin & Amanda's Recipes - StumbleUpon.
This delicious, incredibly cheesy dish is another one of our favorite weeknight dinners.
It’s beefy, hearty and whips up in less than 20 minutes. Hope you love this one as much as we do! Start with one pound of lean hamburger meat, browned and drained. Add a package of taco seasoning. And one can of this. You don’t even have to bother to drain it! Gosh, I really like Rotel. Add two cups of beef broth. Apartment Therapy The Kitchn - StumbleUpon.
Cake balls, cake pops, cakesicles — have you tried them?
They swept the internet like a tidal wave over the last few years, thanks in part to the delightful and amazing creations of Bakerella and other creative cooks. We finally decided to try them, and while ours don't achieve the heights of more talented confectionery artists, they tasted pretty darn good! Cake pops are basically little smushed balls of cake and frosting (kind of like when you used to smash your birthday cake all in pieces, maybe with ice cream, and eat it as goop). You bake up a cake, let it cool, tear it into fine crumbs, stir in something to hold it all together, and roll it in balls.
Easy! They're terribly cute, and they're also a great way to use up leftover cake. These are incredibly delicious, over the top little morsels. Here's how to do it yourself, and do it from scratch, too. Cake Ball Mix.