Fall Off The Bone Ribs - Weekend Potluck 375

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We had two sweet treats in last week's potluck that really grabbed my eye! I'd never heard of either of them but knew immediately that wanted to make them soon!

The first is a cupcake with a hidden pocket of jam on the bottom that's dusted with powdered sugar called Grandma's Echo Cakes. I cannot WAIT to try these! I just know the not-overly-sweet cake batter is going to be perfect with the strawberry jam and powdered sugar! I just know it! Plus, how cool is the name? When I see a recipe with a name like that my curiosity is instantly piqued!

The other sweet treat is a "crunch bar" made with chex cereal, peanuts and peanut butter held together with buttery, crunchy mixture that just sounds divine!

We picked a few more gems from last week's potluck to feature too including Grilled Chicken Cordon Bleu and my Pepper Steak and you're gonna drool all over your keyboard or phone when you get a look at the Fall Off The Bone Ribs that was the recipe with the most clicks.


The recipe with the most clicks was...

Fall Off The Bone Ribs by Tornadough Alli

Recipes that caught our attention...

Pay Day Crunch by Plowing Through Life

Grilled Chicken Cordon Bleu by Norine's Nest

Grandma's Echo Cakes by The Kitchen is my Playground

Featured Hostess Recipe...

Pepper Steak by South Your Mouth

Your Hostesses...

The Country Cook ~ Brandie

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for including our recipe! We always love the collection of recipes that you put together!


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