This is a delicious recipe! My mom made this a few times over the summer using fresh corn from the farmers market. She also added some black beans and avocado to add more substance to the salad.
12 Mozzarella Cheese sticks
1 cup Panko bread crumbs
1 cup Italian blend of bread crumbs
1/4 parmesan cheese
salt and pepper
1 cup of flour
Step one: Cut the cheese sticks in half
Step two: combine the bread crumbs, parmesan cheese, salt and pepper in one bowl.
Step three: put the flour in a separate bowl
Step four: scramble the eggs in their own bowl.
Step five: dip the cheese sticks in the flour then eggs then the bread crumb mix.
Step six: dip the breaded cheese sticks in the eggs again then back in the bread crumb mix. Place on a baking sheet covered in wax paper.
Step seven: repeat steps five and six for all the cheese sticks.
Step eight: freeze for one hour.
Step nine: bake at 400 for 12-15 minutes.
Step ten: let cool then serve with marinara sauce.
This is a great website! I am inspired to use it to record family history, as well as wonderful recipes.
This is the recipe for the first thing I remember making with my mother. She called it “No Bake Cookies”, but our family has renamed it “COP Cookies” (C- chocolate, O- oatmeal, and P- peanut butter). As a tradition at Christmas we brought plates of COP Cookies to the gate guards at the military bases where we lived.
This is now a favorite of four generations in our family.
This is based on a standard chocolate cake recipe adapted from The Cake Mix Doctor with some Christmas cheer mixed in. You can customize the recipe to your own taste by adding your own favorite mix-ins and flavors. If you don’t care for mint, then leave it out and go all chocolate. Decorate with your own style to match the occasion.
This recipe is the perfect desert! It goes well at a family get together, a dinner party, or even a holiday event. Relatively easy to make, this is great if you don’t have many baking tools. All you need is some wax paper, a measuring cup, spoons (to mix ingredients and dip balls in chocolate), and a cake pan.
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These are an awesome way to use the seeds from the pumpkin you carved, and they’re also a sweet treat to curb those candy cravings.
One of the easiest desserts you could possibly make! All you need is 3 ingredients and 2 hours!