Sliced apples are slathered in syrup, arranged in a baking dish and covered with a wonderful crumble made from brown sugar, butter and rolled oats. The crisp is then baked and served warm with scoops of rum raisin ice cream.
This recipe calls for lots and lots of crumbled, maple-flavored bacon, chopped broccoli, red and green onion, red grapes and toasted almonds. Everything is then tossed with a sweet mayonnaise and vinegar dressing.
Mushrooms, onions and ground beef in a ready-made pasta sauce are layered with cottage cheese, ricotta cheese and Parmesan between uncooked lasagna noodles. Sprinkle mozzarella over the top and bake. It's that simple!
Tangy, sweet old fashioned baked beans, are made the easy way in this side dish. This is my grandma's favorite semi home-made recipe. She makes it every Thanksgiving, and we usually end up scraping the pan clean! Never any leftovers!
This is a very large yield recipe for plain, sweet bran muffin batter that you can keep in your refrigerator for up to six weeks. This could mean freshly baked muffins every morning, even for busy folks with no time to waste.
My favorite burgers are 'Surprise Burgers'. The pineapple inside the burger adds a hint of sweetness, while the sauce adds some tanginess! Warning: the added sauce and pineapple makes for a mess with little ones!