Do you remember those Little Debbie Pecan Wheels? I used to loooove those as a kid. My favorite (and ONLY) way to eat them was to unravel the little roll. Slowly peel it away and eat it layer by la... The Whimsical Cupcake
Certain foods are such a challenge to have several family-size servings ready and hot at the same time. (I’m looking at you, quesadillas). Toasted sub sandwiches are another culprit. This italian layer bake is just like a hot italian sub,
Layer the ingredients for homemade cocoa in a jar, add a ribbon and a tag, and you have a simple but stylish gift. This mix will fill a 1-quart jar (12 servings), but if your containers are different sizes, just keep the ratio of ingredients constant. On the back of the tag, write:
These flavorful potatoes highlight oregano, cumin, and garlic with a light kick from cayenne pepper. To finish things off, lime juice is splashed over the steaming hot potatoes, adding another layer of flavor.
This is a rich, decadent, but basic chocolate cake recipe. It is chocolate-packed, moist, and not-too-complicated. Baked and served in one pan slathered with a layer of fresh chocolate whipped cream frosting.
This dessert has a chocolate cake layer and a rich chocolate sauce underneath. It was a favorite recipe of ours growing up and is still a favorite. I knew I had to make a gluten/dairy free version for my family.
In this easy one-skillet meal, cod fish is wrapped in a layer of prosciutto, then pan-roasted until the prosciutto is crispy and the fish within is juicy and tender. Creamy cannellini beans cooked with crumbled chorizo and and shallots makes a flavorful accompaniment.