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"I made a vegetarian version using veggie "ground round", and vegetable bouillon. Fabulous, a big hit. Easily lives up to the meat version!"
"I made a vegetarian version with veggie "ground round", adding peppers and omitting Worstershire sauce. A little grated cheddar on top as well! My husband, 10 month old and I loved it (three year old was not so sure but she'll come around). A keeper for sure."
"Easy to make and fabulously decadent with Dark Chocolate Cake (http://www.food.com/recipe/dark-chocolate-cake-2496). It has lots of raspberry flavour, not just plain old pink icing. I added about 5 drops of red food colouring. I agree with Rosslare, it would work with many different kinds of jellies. I also had enough left over for sandwich cookie..."
"Made a double batch, thinking I'd need it to make the giant cupcake cake I planned for my daughter's birthday (which required 6 cups of batter). Well, no need to double - I ended up with the giant cupcake, a dozen regular sized cupcakes, two dozen mini cupcakes, and a 8x8 square cake. Doesn't bother me a bit - never enough chocolate..."
"Yum! In the interest of lowering cholesterol, I used canola oil instead of butter; next time might do applesauce if I have it on hand. I just stuck half a pecan on the batter in the muffin pan and sprinkled with cinnamon sugar for the topping. Turned out great. My husband, who hates sweet potato, ate one and said they were good before knowing what..."
"Easy and delicious. I whipped it up while the pasta was cooking for our dinner, and it cooked while we ate. Perfect timing and a great dessert."
"Made this tonight, sans chilis but topped with green onions, seeded diced tomatoes and olives, then once it came out of the oven added chopped avocado and shredded lettuce. I was worried it was "too easy" but my husband loved it (and suggested adding this to our regular rota), and our 2.5-year-old loved it too (surprisingly!). Served wit..."
"Not exactly gourmet but very quick and easy, and takes stuff you're likely to have on hand to make a meal that basically cooks itself. My husband said it tastes like Chef Boyardee (a compliment). I found the pasta was cooked perfectly and the sauce was good, I liked the way it coated every piece of pasta. I used macaroni and a soy version of groun..."
"I used 3 340g cans of biscuits - I didn't bother to convert, oops. Took 50 minutes to cook. While the tinned biscuits were convenient, I think it would taste a lot better with homemade. Anyway, it was a hit at the party I took it to with kids and adults alike."