Birthday Recipes (Most Popular)
The heat from two kinds of fresh peppers gets mellowed out by cooling lime, sweet tomatoes and buttery shrimp. I definitely recommend using fresh, in season tomatoes for this, right off the vine cherry tomatoes from your own backyard if possible! Adapted from Weight Watchers.Submitted by JO_JO_BA
LOADED with fresh veggies and low sodium for my hubby! I added flavor with spices, herbs and vinegar. It's also low fat and low carb for a pasta dish..and each one cup serving has 17 grams of protein and 4 grams fiber to keep you full longer!Submitted by BIGOLEDIVA
These are a PMS'ing woman's best friend! 5 hits of chocolate fill these giant, gooey-rich treats - melted into the batter, in the soy milk, the cocoa and of course two kinds of chips! Who needs the bakery when you can do this yourself?
Makes 6 jumbo or 12 regular muffins
This is a rich, decadent fudgey cake with Dutch processed cocoa and sour cream. It made up the base of my dad's "Neopolitan Ice Cream" birthday cake this year. If you're feeling particularly decadent, I suggest a chocolate-malt or white chocolate-cream cheese crosting with this!
Makes 1 thick layer.
This version of arrabbiata makes no secret of it's spice - with two habaneros, you're in for fire! The rest of the ingredients balance the heat perfectly though, and the mix is an enjoyable one on any type of food! Inspiration came right from our garden - the stepdad planted "Scotch Bonnet" peppers thinking they were another type of small sweet reds. Boy, was he wrong after his first pepper sandwich! If you really can't take the heat, add a splash of heavy cream to the mix at the end to temper it.Submitted by JO_JO_BA