Cheesecake stuffed strawberries
2 years, 8 months & 29 days ago
10th Mar 2017 20:24
These are really good, and never even make it to the fridge when I make them for cookouts.
What you need:
1 pound strawberries
1 brick cream cheese
3-6 tablespoons powdered sugar (3 for not as sweet 6 for sweeter)
about 1 cup of graham cracker crumbs
Cut the tops off the strawberries and hollow them out.
In a bowl mix the cream cheese and the powdered sugar. Spoon the mix into the hollowed out strawberries.
Dip the top of the stuffed strawberries into the graham cracker crumbs.
Chill in the fridge until you serve them or serve right away, your choice!
Just a note if you have left over mix drop small spoonfuls into the graham cracker crumbs and make sure they're fully coated. Take them out and you have small cheesecake bites
Of course chill until you serve them or serve them right away.
Stuffed Shells recipe
2 years, 9 months & 22 days ago
14th Feb 2017 20:57
what you need 1 box barilla jumbo shells (or any big pasta shells you can find like it) 1 bag of Italian blend cheese or just plain shredded mozzarella either works, 1 small tub small curd cottage cheese, either 1 pound hamburger (browned), or 1 pound sausage (browned), or some pepperoni (I use a couple handfuls of pepperoni tossed in the food processor to make it nice and small and easy to mix in), and 1 jar spaghetti sauce
make the shells like the package says, basically just boil with a bit of oil so it won't stick together, in a bowl mix the cheese, cottage cheese and pepperoni or whatever meat you're using
Coat the baking pan's bottom with spaghetti sauce that's so the shells won't dry out
after your shells are done put 1 or 2 spoons of the mix in the shells, then put in the baking pan. Top with a little spaghetti sauce again so the shells won't dry out and bake at 400 for about 20-30 minutes or until cheese is melted
You can top with shredded Italian cheese too super good that way!
Super easy fudge and peanut brittle recipes
2 years, 11 months & 16 days ago
21st Dec 2016 22:05
Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge
What you need:
2 cups sugar
3 tps cocoa (or 6 tbs cocoa powder)
1/2 cup milk
1 cup peanut butter
1 tbs vanilla
Put peanut butter and vanilla in a medium sized bowl. Butter a platter or large baking dish. In a saucepan mix sugar, cocoa (or cocoa powder) and milk over medium heat until well mixed. Bring to a rapid boil and let it boil for exactly 1 minute. Quickly pour over peanut butter and vanilla and beat until thick, it should take a minute or less. Pour on a buttered platter or in a buttered large baking dish. Spread until even and let cool. After it cools cut into squares and enjoy.
What you need:
3/4 cup water
1 1/2 cup sugar
1 1/4 cup peanuts
Line cookie sheet with parchment paper or coat it with cooking spray. In a saucepan combine water and sugar. Stir briefly and then boil until it's a light amber in color. If you put a little into water and it immediately hardens it's ready. (I've been making it a long time and go by color alone and haven't messed it up yet so either I'm lucky or it's just ready when it's an amber color.) Remove from heat and quickly stir in peanuts. Pour on baking sheet and spread until it's one even layer. Cool about 20 minutes, break with your hands.