Wednesday, February 24, 2016
This is going to be a quick one, friends! :)
For Christmas, we did a waffle bar for breakfast, along with a casserole. I made all the waffles and froze them individually in the weeks leading up to Christmas; this is one of the recipes I used. (I wanted different flavors, so this is the "plain".)
This recipes is called "The Best Ever Waffles" from Food.com.
These were a MEH for me. I'd never call them the "best ever". They were rather mediocre, honestly. I won't be saving the recipe - there HAVE to be better ones out there. :)
Another recipe in the world you DON'T have to try! You're welcome. :D
Have a wonderful day, friends. :D BE BLESSED!!!
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
This week's recipe is for Broccoli Ham Quiche from Shugary Sweets.
This is DEFINITELY a YES, PLEASE! So much so that I used the basic recipe twice in less than a week! :)
I made this for a stamping get-together. It was so good! I didn't do the individual ones, because I didn't want to mess with putting several things in the oven in the morning. I mean, I do well to mix something up in the morning! :D
I put the liquids together the night before, and the vegetables and meat chopped and in a bowl all ready to mix in. I did the whole thing in a 9" square dish.
Savory, with a little sweetness from the ham - and with the crunch of the puff pastry and the bite of the cheese - it was great! People went back for seconds! :D
Have a wonderful week, friends - be BLESSED!!!
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Today's review is a recipe of Pecan Sticky Buns from an ABM sweet dough recipe, from With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart.
First, this isn't like my sweet dough recipe; it uses water and powdered milk. Mine uses half water, half milk (and 've been known to use half-and-half instead of skim milk... :D) I used this recipe, but added approximately 1-1/2 teaspoons of vanilla extract. I just like that extra richness in the dough.
Second, it was too dry. I ended up adding almost 1/4 extra cup of water to the bread machine during the mixing process. It came out perfectly, but I really had to watch it for the first part, to make sure I'd added enough/not too much water.
It made a really pretty dough. The other components came together well, but I was really unsure about the filling; it's ALL dry. There's nothing to keep it sticking to the dough. And sure enough, even though I patted it in before I rolled and cut it, it almost all fell out when I cut them. So, I dumped it all on the top (which became the bottom) of the rolls.
They came out of the pans quite easily. I like the fact that it made two separate pans; eight rolls at one time is more than enough for our household. I put the second one in the freezer; I'll let you know how it thaws, but I expect it to be as good as fresh.
This is a YES, PLEASE for my husband! :D He really liked them, thought they had a lot of flavor. I still think there's something lacking, but I'm not sure WHAT. However, since he's the one that will eat them... :D
When I do these again, I'll use what is basically my own recipe now, with the tweaks I added. If you try them, do let me know what you think!
Have a wonderful week! Be BLESSED!
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Kenn was gone for two weeks in January; he doesn't do well with a lot of cheese, so I don't do many recipes for both of us with cheese. While he was gone, I wanted SOUP. and I wanted broccoli cheese soup. I really would have loved to do a bread bowl for it, too, but I was actually being really good. :D
This recipe fo copycat Panera Bread Broccoli Cheese Soup comes from Budget Savvy Diva.
This is a REALLY rich soup. I would say the recipe is a YES, PLEASE - but I can't say I would eat it for more than two days in a row. Because it's so rich. And decadent. :D
OK, I'm outta here! Have a wonderful day - BE BLESSED!!