I made this punch for my Christmas party. Everyone loved it. It was more popular than any of the food I made (and I made A LOT of food!). Even the guys were asking for the recipe. This one's definitely a keeper. I cut up orange slices, froze them overnight and had them floating on the top of the punch. They kept the punch cool and looked great.
I tried this recipe on a pork tenderloin that was already stuffed with apple/cinnamon, therefore, I didn't add any more apples to it. Did everything else the same except the gravy. I made a quick, store-bought. I kept the pork in the fridge overnight in the marinade. I used my slow cooker and put onions in the bottom as a base. I let it cook on low for 6 hours. It was delicious. So tender, you didn't even need a knife to eat it. I will be using this recipe again!
I made these for my Christmas party and they were gone in minutes. They were definitely a favourite! Easy to prep and make too.
I tried this recipe for a cookie exchange. I doubled the ingredients and had about 46 cookies. They were TO DIE FOR. The brandy was a lovely substitute. Quick and easy to make. Tasted amazing. Try this one!!
Such an easy recipe. I used the same amount of ingredients for 6 boneless, skinless chicken thighs because they were small. I also added onion and green pepper. Threw everything into the slow cooker at 11am and by 5pm it was ready to go. The house smelled delicious all day. Chicken practically fell apart - SO good! I served it with rice. Can't go wrong with this recipe!
The simplest recipe ever and wow, what a great taste. I used low sodium soy sauce as well. Will definitely be using this one again in the future!