Many cookbooks (especially older ones) have a Peach Cobbler Recipe. There are some easy recipes online as well. Try the following : allrecipes.com/recipe/southern-peach-cobbler-2/ www.pickyourown.org/peachcobbler.htm www.kraftrecipes.com recipes
There are many sites which offer recipes for beef cobbler, one of them would be from cookitssimply.com which serves up to four persons. Another site would be bbcgoodfood.com, where u find a easy cobbler recipe, which is healthy and got low fat.
There are a number of sites that offer snickerdoodle recipes that are considered easy to make. The easiest recipe that was found was on the Tasty Kitchen recipe website.
An easy recipe to make that is cheap is fruit salad :)
Easy apple cobbler recipes can be found on My Recipes, Simply Cooking, All Recipes, GrandmasKitchen, Taste of Home, Southern Food and The Food Network.
Yes! Passover chocolate is a fun and easy thing to make. It is delicious and something the entire family would enjoy. I would love a simply and tasty recipe for this treat!
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/simple-savory-pork-roast/ I find that not only is this recipe very easy to make, but it is also very tasty. This shouldn't take too long to make.
Quesadillas can be quite hard to make. To get a recipe for a simple yet tasty recipe, go to http://www.instructables.com/id/Very-Easy-Quesadilla-For-the-quotCooking-Impaire/.
I wouldn't know myself, but from a brief read this looks like quite a tasty and easy-to-follow recipe on food.com: http://www.food.com/recipe/chipotles-barbacoa-copycat-recipe-472445
If you are looking for a very simple, yet incredibly tasty bruschetta recipe, I would highly suggest that you head over to Recipes.com and see what has the highest reviews.
The easiest healthy salad is take the vegetables you really like and out them together, if you do like a ranch or any other dressing just use a little and it'll be healthy and tasty.
Easy Peach Cobbler (or any fruit)1 stick or 1/2 cup of butter2 cans peaches packed in syrup1 cup self-rising flour1 cup sugar1 cup milkPreheat the oven to 350 degrees F.Place the butter in a large casserole dish and put it in the oven to melt as the oven heats up.While the butter melts, mix the flour, sugar and milk together to make a batter. It will be fairly thin.After the butter has melted, pour the batter into the bottom of the pan.Pour both cans of fruit, undrained, over the batter.Bake 1 hour or until the batter has formed a crust on top of the cobbler and is a golden brown.Allow cobbler to cool and thicken 15 to 20 minutes before serving.Delicious served with butter or ice cream.You can use any canned fruit packed in syrup for this recipe.