A classic to bring back those childhood memories. Effective this week, we'll be running recipes for TWO WEEKS. I've received some feedback that trying to do a recipe a week was a bit difficult (on the budget, the waistline, as well as on the schedule.)
How creative can YOU get with banana pudding?
Sunday, April 27, 2014
Maria from IL
" The pancake cake was a recipe I'd been wanting to try for a while since it was the one pictured on the cover. It was super easy to make the pancakes, but I was nervous about flipping them. I managed to get five 8-9" pancakes out of the recipe and assembled the cake the next day. My kids loved the 6" extra pancake by itself and I think I will use this recipe for regular pancakes from now on! I think for the filling though, I may use a sweet filling versus the more cheese/yogurt flavored filling, which was good especially with the maple syrup on top, but I think it was a bit too powerful. Love this dessert though!"
Posted by Kenn at 4:07 PM
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Sunday, April 6, 2014
Maria from IL
"This was quite a challenging recipe for me to do mostly because I had to make the vanilla pastry cream for the filling. After two tries, the first forgetting to put sour cream and whipping cream into it. I was successful! Instead of making one large 9x13 pan, I separated it into six mini chocolate éclair pies. It turned out great! I used graham cracker crumbs instead of whole crackers. Suffice to say, it will be different next time! It's a yummy and rich dessert. I love it!"
Sue from NJ
"Chocolate Éclair Pie. It's one of those moments when mine doesn't look like the photo in the cookbook.. but yummy it is!! I can see how it can only get better looking the more I try it and I most definitely will. I used boxed crackers, but will attempt making the ones in the book in the future. I let the glaze cool too much before spreading and I believe my cream could use more practice... but it tastes great! I'm still having fun trying new recipes..thanks!"
Posted by Kenn at 4:38 AM