So, when I recently picked up a used copy of a Rachael Ray cookbook and saw a recipe for Cowboy Spaghetti, I know that I wanted to try it. It was a little different than your regular spaghetti, but I contained ingredients that I knew my family would love
I get compliments on this fruit salad wherever I take it. It is super easy to make and a great dish to bring to a potluck or family party. Kids love it too. Everyone asks what's in the sauce? The secret ingredient is the vanilla pudding mix.
I hope you’re in the mood for something fantastically warm, gooey, comforting, and most of all, fun. We’re right in the heart of football season and who doesn’t love to bring the snack to the party that everyone can’t stop talking about? That’s exactly what this bread is. And more.
I love this oven omelet roll. It is so easy and yet makes such a nice presentation. It is also a very economical breakfast to make for the holidays. Growing up my mom always made a special breakfast on Thanksgiving
Here's a fun breakfast you can make this weekend. My family love German Pancakes (at our house they are called Hootenannies). So when I saw the idea of Real Mom Kitchen Real recipes for really busy families.
There are few things I love more than bruschetta. The grilled, buttery bread...the beautiful tomatoes...the scrumptious basil. A perfect combination, and a perfect snack. Unless you eat twelve pieces like I do...and then it's more like a meal.
Lime is the most beautiful fruit on the earth, I love it. What makes it even better is when it is made into a sweet lime pie! The flavours that zing in your mouth when you eat this dessert are AMAZING! It is truly is hard to believe that you can make such a beautiful…
Hot salmon is topped with an uncooked, refreshingly cool sauce made from basil, tomatoes, garlic pine nuts, and a dash of vinegar and oil. It is the perfect dish for a hot summer evening. I love how fast and easy
This do ahead sauce is perfect for busy weekends, weekdays, and for serving crowds. Because it's long simmered, the flavors have plenty of time to meld together, creating a delicious meal when served over noodles. I love how easy it
You don't have to say giant cookie twice to get my attention. Why on earth wouldn't I love a life-sized chocolate chip cookie? From the ever-reliable and faithful, Aunt Marilyn, who got the recipe from her friend Elnora, who got
Bored stiff by the old stand-by of buffalo wings and blue-cheese dip? Your guests will love the fragrant spices flavoring these wings and the cool dip that accompanies them. Welcome to iVillage.com! Sign in or Join Now!
We both love chow fun, but rarely order it at restaurants because it's just too damn oily. Prepared with fresh ingredients, minimal oil and Chinese broccoli, dare I say that chow fun can be a healthy, balanced meal.
This is a really easy, low-carb dinner that everyone’s sure to love! It reminds me of those lettuce wraps you can get at PF Chang’s that people are so crazy about. They’re also really filling – much more so than they look. Next time I make these, I want to try ground chicken or ground …
I love my crock-pot! Here is our family favorite Yankee Pot Roast recipe that we've been enjoying for years. A great autumn or winter comfort dinner. Thicken the gravy to serve over the beef and vegetables, and add a side of horseradish, if desired.
Who doesn't love a comforting pot pie during the cold winter months? Kids and adults alike will cheer over this nacho-inspired pot pie recipe that's chock-full of chicken, beans, cheese and vegetables! This hearty and satisfying casserole will cer
Creamy and cheesy, this is a dish the whole family will love; it's got just enough kick from the chilies and it's loaded with tender pulled chicken breast and gooey cheese. This could be a featured dish on your Cinco de Mayo spread.
I love making breakfast, but with our busy schedules, I don’t get to make it as often as I’d like. It’s impossible on the weekdays, so I usually try to on the weekends. I typically make us pancakes, or waffles a long with scrambled eggs and turkey bacon.