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Old 07-30-2011, 12:07 PM
 
Location: Colorado
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BEWARE THESE ARE ADDICTING.




1 c. packed brown sugar
1/2 c. flour
1 c. chopped pecans
2/3 c. butter
2 eggs, beaten


Oven 350*
Grease & flour 18 mini muffin pan. I DON'T SUGGEST USING ANY PAPER LINED MUFFIN cups. THE PAPER STICKS TO MUFFIN & ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO GET IT OFF CLEAN. YOU WASTE TOO MUCH MUFFIN.

In med. bowl stir together brown sugar, flour & pecans. In separate bowl beat the softened butter (NOT MELTED) & eggs together until smooth, stir in dry ingredients just until it's all combined.
Spoon the batter into prepared mini muffin tin. Each should be about 2/3 full of batter.
Bake at 350* 20-30 minutes. Coool on wire racks when done.
Dang it, Sillypups! I've gained weight already and all I did was print this off!
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Old 07-30-2011, 12:11 PM
 
Location: Colorado
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NOTHING IS EASIER THAN THIS...

2-21 oz. cans of fruit pie filling (cherry, apple... I've even mixed an apple & cherry). There is a great mixed berry pie filling out there too.

1 yellow cake mix...dry.

1 c. chopped pecans or english walnuts or mix the two.

1-1/2 sticks of melted butter


Use a 13X9 pan. Spray bottom & sides of pan with cooking spray.
Pour both cans of fruit pie filling in bottom of pan.
Spread it around evenly as possible.
Sprinkle "DRY" cake mix on top of fruit. DO NOT SMASH DOWNDRY CAKE MIX. Just let it flow out of the box. Highs & lows are fine.
Top the dry cake mix with chopped nuts.
Pour melted butter over the nuts & dry cake mix.
Bake 350* 45 min to an hour.
Let it cool ot eat it warm with ice cream.
We call this Cherry Delicious at our house...and it is! (Easy, too!)
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Old 07-30-2011, 09:57 PM
 
Location: Pacific Northwest
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May I present my Perfect Hangover Sandwich (serves 1)

heat a good inch or so of canola oil, cut up one smallish potato (leave skins on !) into thinnish fries (think mcdonalds size).

While oil is heating make your mise en place for the sandwich:

Toast two pieces of bread of your choice (I use whole wheat)

Small dice onions
Microwave a few pieces of bacon
a piece (or two...be greedy..why not ? you're hungover and deserve it lol) of pepper jack cheese
Thinly slice a piece of tomato
Make a seasoned salt w/ sea salt, cumin, and coriander (bash 'em all up together in a mortar and pestle- failing that bash 'em between the folds of a towel with a hammer)
Beat 2 eggs and put in some of the seasoned salt
Pour into a heated pan w/ melted butter and cook slowly (this is important to make sure the eggs end up tender as opposed to rubber)

Also, you should have started the fries somewhere between the above steps..so finish them and toss some of the seasoned salt on them and let 'em sit while you prepare the rest of your sandwich.

Take out the toast and spread one side w/ mayo and the other piece w/ strawberry jam (or whatever your preference in jam is)

Start putting together the sucker. I start with the cheese >>onions>>tomatoes>>bacon>>the eggs>>then I put the fries on top of that mofo and top that with the slice of bread.

Cut that baby in half and serve it with some fruit (I love blueberries) and you've got a Killer Hangover Sandwich. Bon Appetit
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Old 08-03-2011, 12:57 PM
 
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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Here is a great idea when you have out of town, overnight guest.

Instead of hassling with all kinds of stuff for breakfast, I make breakfast cruoussants (spelling)

1 can of large croussants (this is one time I use only the best brand)

4 scrambled eggs

1/2 lb sausage (browned)

sliced cheese if you want

lay the croussants out, one at a time. fill each with a couple of spoons full of eggs and sausage (add the cheese if you use it) roll up and bake according to directions on the can. Serve 2 per person and you have your bread, meat and eggs all in one. I usually put the hot sause on the table for anyone who likes to be start their morning off right.

Nita
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Old 08-05-2011, 11:15 AM
 
Location: South CLT
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We call this Cherry Delicious at our house...and it is! (Easy, too!)

Any photos of what this looks like once done?
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Old 08-09-2011, 06:32 PM
 
Location: ROTTWEILER & LAB LAND (HEAVEN)
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I'm back from VACA, so I hope to be posting more recipes soon.
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