AHPhotosWPG/ShutterstockFirst, the internet brought us pancake cereal — tiny flapjacks in a bowl with butter and maple syrup — and now, cookie cereal is making the rounds. It’s basically the homemade version of the favorite childhood breakfast Cookie Crisp, and you can make it in no time using store-bought dough.
These cake-like cookies are native to the land of Baltimore. the thicker the better! (photo: Flickr user Ann Gav)MORE+LESS-1teaspoon vanilla extract1 1/2cups unbleached all-purpose flourHide Images2In a large mixing bowl, cream together the butter, salt, vanilla, and baking powder. Beat in the sugar, then the egg.
Drazen Zigic/iStock / Getty Images PlusAlthough most people are staying home, it’s still necessary to leave the house every once in a while to get essential supplies like medicine and groceries, especially if online grocery delivery isn’t available in your area. While it’s important to remember social distancing practices and properly wear a face mask in public, it’s also smart to try and make the most out of your grocery trip.
It’s Thanksgiving morning and you’ve just settled in with your pumpkin latte to watch the parade when your phone rings. & 34;Aunt Jane has gotten sick and won’t be able to host this year,& 34; says the voice on the other end. & 34;You have a big dining room, would it be too much trouble if everyone came to you?
Ingredients1 orange1 Cup raisins1/3 Cup walnuts2 Cups Pillsbury BEST® all-purpose flour1 Cup sugar1 Teaspoon baking soda1 Teaspoon salt1 Cup milk1/2 Cup margarine or butter, softened2 eggsReserved 1/3 cup juice1/3 Cup sugar1 Teaspoon cinnamon1/4 Cup finely chopped walnutsDirectionsHeat oven to 350°F.
The benefits of walnuts, which are a nutrient-dense food, were among the first approved qualified health claims by the...The benefits of walnuts, which are a nutrient-dense food, were among the first approved qualified health claims by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for a whole food for their positive effect on heart health.