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This cookie recipe—a favorite of our four children—has been in my collection for years. Sometimes I’ll substitute mint-flavored chips for the semisweet chocolate ones. Either way, the cookies disappear quickly.
Keep in mind that sour cream may curdle if it boils so the sauce is thickened and removed from the heat before it is added. If you don’t have sour cream on hand, Greek yogurt is a good substitute (or if you just prefer it).
Is this freezer friendly?  Yes… and no.  Although you can prep this ahead of time raw as a freezer meal, I kind of feel like, what is the point?  When you really get down to it, most things just taste better fresh, and this literally takes 1o minutes to get in the oven.  With that said, I love to double or triple the recipe like I mentioned above, and then freeze the leftovers to use to make into new meals down the road, like the BBQ Chicken Nachos I mentioned earlier. Yum!
It’s important to sear the meatballs before adding them to the slow cooker. This helps to keep the juices inside. I brown the meatballs under the broiler on a sheet tray to get a nice caramelization on the outside. Toss them in the slow cooker and throw in some crushed tomatoes.
Yes, Nancy…1/4 cup of fresh herbs is correct. If you use dry, reduce to 1/3 of that amount or a slightly rounded tablespoon. Also, a mix of both herbs would be delicious. You could even mix in a little thyme, chives, or another favorite if you have them on hand.
For a fun Christmas of this recipe check out my Spiral Christmas Sugar Cookies. I’ve taken this recipe, layered it with colors, and rolled it into a spiral swirl. You could do this with other colors to make them special for any occasion or holiday.
Really want to make this tonight, but don’t have fresh ginger…how much dried ginger can I substitute with? Also, read all of the reviews…on one you said not to sub flour for cornstarch and on another you said it was ok…confused.
Freshly grated orange rind accentuates the orange flavor in these memorable cookies. These are incredible slice-and-bake cookies, made by combining a layer of orange-flavored dough with a layer of chocolate dough, then rolling the two together. The swirl pattern is simply eye-catching. And it tastes even better than it looks! If you prefer a different flavor, you can substitute drained minced maraschino cherries for the orange rind and orange extract. Another kitchen tip is to cut the dough rolls with dental floss—it makes slicing the dough easier. These will turn out both artistic and artisanal however you slice it.
Heat a large ovenproof skillet over medium-high heat. Add 1 teaspoon oil to pan. Sprinkle chicken with 1/4 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper. Add chicken and thyme sprigs to pan; cook 5 minutes or until chicken is browned. Turn chicken over. Place pan in oven; bake at 450° for 10 minutes or until chicken is done. Remove chicken from pan.
Think of these as being a tart twist on the traditional Mexican wedding cookie. You’ll use just a tad less than two sticks of butter to make these delicate little gems. Our readers love these cookies, in part because they are so easy to make, but most of all because they taste great. They come out of the oven light and crispy, and only get better once they are covered in a generous dusting of powdered sugar. You may need to go ahead and plan to double—or triple—the recipe because these cookies are so good they won’t last long.
I don’t like to cook and I’m not very good at it but I love food! This recipe is the easiest white sauce recipe to make and it taste very, very good!! It only needs a few ingredients and once you begin cooking, it goes smoothly and fast. I highly recommend.
These brownies are literally filled with the delicious tastes of rich, melted chocolate. Some of the chunks from this recipe go in whole, while others are melted down in advance. It’s the chocolate chunks that make these brownies fudgy. They’re also packed with chopped, toasted hazelnuts or pecans.  Use the 23-minute baking time to make them extra gooey. Let them cool and dust them with powdered sugar. Then, you’re ready to bite into these decadent delights. In the words of one online reviewer, “I have finally found a go-to brownie recipe.” Everyone needs a go-to brownie recipe, so follow her lead and let this one be yours.
DoubleTree chocolate chip cookies are amazing, but this chocolate chip cookie recipe is even BETTER than the DoubleTree Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe!! It’s gooey and full of chocolate, oats, and walnuts. Plus, these are HUGE cookies!