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Bewitched M&M Cookies - super yummy, easy to make and chock full of colorful M&M's. This cookie recipe is a fun Halloween cookie that your family will clamor for. This is a Halloween dessert that will wow the guests at your Halloween party. Pin this delicious Halloween treat for later and follow us for more great Halloween Food Ideas.
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Brownie Cupcakes for Halloween - brownies plus cake plus frosting in one unique and delicious Halloween Cupcake. This special Halloween Treat tastes as amazing as it looks! Your Halloween Party guests will be impressed when you serve this super yummy Halloween dessert. Follow us for more fun Halloween Food Ideas.
Monster Eye Balls Rice Krispie Bites - these yummy, bite-sized balls of crunchy, marshmallow-y delight have a creepy monster eye and fun Halloween colors! This is a Halloween dessert that is easy to make and even better to eat. These colorful and festive Rice Krispie Treats are great for Halloween potluck, a family dinner or a fun Halloween dessert. Pin this Spooky Halloween Treat for later and follow us for more fun Halloween Food Ideas.
Do you have lots of mashed potatoes left over? Try this easy recipe for Leftover Mashed Potato Pancakes with Cheese! Made with 4 simple ingredients and ready in just 15 minutes, they make the best quick meal or appetizer. Served with applesauce or your favorite toppings, they are great for breakfast or lunch. They also make a great dinner side dish! Pan fried to crispy perfection, the inside turns out super fluffy and cheesy! Click through now to learn how to make this homemade savory treat! via
Favorite Fish Chowder Economics had a lot to do with what we ate when I was growing up in New Hampshire during the Depression. Money may have been scarce, but fish was plentiful and affordable, so that's how we began eating this dish. When meat rationing came along in World War II, fish chowder again became a staple in our household. Fortunately, my family loved it...it still is one of my favorites!
South African Recipes | OCEAN BASKET'S GARLIC BUTTER SAUCE Ingredients: 150 g (±5 oz.) Butter, 250 ml (1 cup) Fresh cream, 2 tbsp. lemon juice 1 tsp. Aromat/fish spice ¼ tsp. Parsley 1 tsp. Portuguese spice 2-3 fresh chopped garlic Method: Melt margarine/butter in a pot. Add the cream, lemon juice and other spices. Do not allow the sauce to come to a boil as it will over cook. Simmer until it thickens.