Patti Anderson, a professional quilter, had never entered a cooking contest before she took our challenge. This quick, no-fuss, chewy chocolate cookie is made on your waffle iron. No need to haul out the big mixer, you can mix the batter with a small hand mixer or even by hand. Kids love these!
This is a fast and easy holiday recipe that requires only 2 ingredients and will only 20 minutes to make from start to finish. You'll love this easy Oreo bark that is sweet simple in taste and just as simple to make. Search:
My favorite thing about sangria, the Spanish punch, isn't actually the wine or spirits; it's the luscious assortment of fruit that gets ladled into each glass. I love how refreshing it is to sip, and munch, on a warm day, and I've often felt bad that my teetotaling partner hasn't been able to enjoy it. I developed this non-alcoholic version with him in mind, and discovered that I like it just as much as the real thing.
I have been having fun with my tangy lemon curd! It inspired this recipe, Lemon Curd Bars! I love the contrast between the nutty, slightly salty base, and the zippy lemon curd on top. It's a wonderful combination. This is
Take your taste buds on a heavenly ride with our recipe for Heavenly Chocolate Cake. Your gang will love the tasty combination of chocolate cake with a surprising creamy layer at the bottom. Don't be surprised if they ask you to make this diabetic-fr
Um, hello. A make-ahead version of the much loved green bean casserole? Sign me up, baby. I happen to love green bean casserole, even the popular recipes made with my arch-nemesis: cream of mushroom soup. But I have to say,
We all know vanilla is a staple ingredient in any baker's kitchen. I probably put vanilla into almost every dessert. Whenever I can, I prefer to use vanilla bean or vanilla bean paste over extract. I love seeing the vanilla
I love homemade rolls, but sometimes I don't have time to make them from scratch. When I am running short on time, but still want the taste of homemade rolls, I turn to Rhodes frozen rolls. They are easy to
I have a thing for pink. Which is a little odd since pink isn't officially my favorite color. In reality my favorite color is purple. Growing up my love for all things purple didn't just apply to sneakers and crayons
This Hawaiian grilled cheese is bursting with pineapple, Canadian bacon and jack cheese! I don’t know what it is about Hawaiian pizza, but it was always my favorite when I was a kid. Maybe because it was different? I love pepperoni and cheese pizza, that’s a classic. But the Hawaiian, was just so much fun!...Read More »
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Spicy Chicken Buffalo Chicken Burger recipe is the fusion of hot buffalo wings and a burger. It is truly the best of both worlds. A chicken burger with enough kick to make your taste buds stand at attention. It is served on a soft pretzel roll with bleu cheese, it is a fav and you are going to love it too.
This is a riff on shakshuka, the Israeli dish of eggs poached in tomato sauce. I love the combination of tomato, mint, and chili, especially with eggs. This is my go-to weeknight meal, because it's fast, cheap, and flavorful enough to feel really special. You can cook the eggs to whatever doneness you prefer; I like the yolks just barely set, so that they're still a little runny but don't dilute the sauce too much.
I made this garlic bread to serve with the Manicotti. Well, let me rephrase that, I made this garlic bread weeks ago and stored it in the freezer to be quickly baked the night I made the Manicotti. I love
My husband has a deep and abiding love for barbecue sauce. His favorite pizza? Barbecue chicken. His favorite salad? Barbecue chicken with romaine, black beans and corn. His favorite burger? Barbecue ranch with bacon. His favorite sandwich? Barbecue beef. His
We are always on the hunt for great winter salads and slaws. In fact, winter may be one of the best times for salads! We love all the crunchy combinations of winter vegetables with fresh winter citrus. Here's one more recipe for a winter slaw from reader Jennifer; she tosses convenient slaw mix from Trader Joe's with a homemade blend of miso paste, rice vinegar, ginger, and garlic.
I don't like beets! That was my darling son's response when I told him I had made Sweet Beet Cookies. I thought sandwiching the word beet between sweet and cookie would serve as sufficient enough distraction for Kenya. Not so much. And since I never want to trick my kids into eating foods that are good for them and hope they learn to love them on their own, simply calling this recipe something like Red Cookies was out of the question. But if the name itself wasn't a selling point, the site of these cookies...