Tag Archives: Dairy

Homemade Frosty

13 Nov

Homemade frosty? I was a little skeptical – how close can it really be? Um, turns out…pretty darn close. So close, in fact, that if you were to steal some Wendy’s cups and use them to serve this ice cream, I guarantee that no one would know the difference. Frosties! At home! Any time! With no drive-through involved! You are welcome.

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Ingredients:

1/2 gallon chocolate milk

1 (8 oz) tub of cool whip

1 (14 oz) can sweetened condensed milk

Mix ingredients until smooth. Place in ice cream maker and follow manufacturer’s instructions. When set, serve and enjoy!

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Cordon Bleu Pasta

6 Sep

My local grocery store posts recipes on their website weekly. I’ve never tried one before, but gave this one a go last night for dinner. I was going to be gone, so I needed something that I knew the kids would eat so my husband didn’t end up with a battle on his hands (yeah, I’m thoughtful like that). I thought this Cordon Bleu Pasta might be more like alfredo, but I was surprised to find that it was actually quite different. It’s definitely not a low-fat recipe with 2 sticks of butter and 2 cups of cream! But you have to indulge every now and then. 🙂 I snitched a bite or two (or four to be exact) before heading out, because it’s pretty much against the rules for a cook to not taste test – plus, it being a new recipe, I was hoping my plan of making a kid-friendly meal hadn’t backfired. Good new is, everyone loved it. And it was way simpler than a traditional Cordon Bleu.

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Ingredients:

16 oz pasta

1 cup butter

1 cup swiss cheese

2 cups cream

2 cups chicken, cooked and cubed

1 cup ham

1 cup bread crumbs

Cook pasta per package directions – set aside. In a saucepan, melt butter. Stir in cheese and cream until blended. Continue heating, stirring constantly, just to boiling. Remove from heat. Toss pasta, meats, and sauce together. Sprinkle with bread crumbs (or crushed Ritz crackers!) on top and serve.

*Original recipe found here: http://maceys.com/recipes/recipe?id=46