Since our family likes monkey breads and likes to make yeast dough – I thought this would be a winner.
This spaghetti has a fairly subtle (but good) flavor. The kids didn't expect to like it because of the cooked spinach but they all enjoyed it.
We had some delicious delux pizza (ground beef, onion, peppers, cheese) and it brought us back to pizza night on Rebeck Road. The kids made some individual pizzas and I made a “cheese bread” with this recipe.
This was tasty and even the kids liked it.
Some friends sent us this recipe in preparation for a virtual Burn's Supper – and we were surprised that the kids rated it highly! No sheep entrails required.
The kids were very interested in the "light the whiskey on fire" part of this.
Dessert for the Burns supper! The kids were nervous so we cut quite far back on the whiskey volume.
Another element of our virtual Burns Supper.
We made this the other day and the older kids gave it cautious approval (e.g. a "once a month" rating).
Back in 1996 I was using powdered milk in quite a bit of baking. Haven’t done that for years. Just use milk in place of water.
Also, I don’t usually have corn syrup in the house. Honey or sugar replaces that. I warm the milk to about 110F.
Here is another recipe (not sure where I got it from).