I love how delicious and useful this Taco soup is! The perfect way to use up leftover squash, broth and beans and provides a delicious meal!
Pecan Pie Cobblers in a jar! The buttery cake top and gooey pecan pie filling are the absolute perfect combination of textures and flavors all baked together in cute little jars.
Thanksgiving Sheet Pan Dinner!! For me – and I’d imagine you’ll agree, one of the BEST parts of Thanksgiving Dinner is the assortment and collection and combination of flavors and foods. Swirls of cinnamon with whispers of garlic, sprinkles of herbs and drips of maple, roasted, caramelized edges of cooked meats and tart cranberries. And just look – it’s all there – and in such a beautiful, manageable assembly.
I hesitate to even share my recipe for these SIMPLE SHRIMP CAKES.But, while whipping up this QUICK meal, it occurred to me – this is TOO GOOD NOT TO SHARE. Actually the hardest part of this recipe is already done for you.
With just 3 ingredients and 6 minutes, this Vegetable Soup is the perfect ‘fast food’ way to get your daily dose of delicious vegetables. With so little effort, you’ll be surprised at just how delicious this SINGLE SERVE recipe is!
This Salmon Tomato Chowder is everything I hoped, tenderly cooked salmon married with the intense, well-developed flavors of hearty tomato chowder.
I particularly love the combination of ham & Swiss, so classic and well-loved. But what really puts this recipe OVER-THE-TOP is that little drizzle of melted butter and a dash of BBQ rub (so don’t skip those steps!). The sure sign of a recipe’s greatness??? These Ham & Cheese Rolls took 20 minutes to make and were gone in 5 minutes. Maybe I should’ve doubled the recipe!
The combination of warm, baked cinnamon rolls and peaches with a pecans streusel topping is PERFECT. This really is one of my favorite quick breakfast/brunch recipes. Try this same basic recipe with cherry pie filling and almonds, pears and cranberries, apples and raisins… the possibilities are only limited to your pantry and imagination!
Butternut Squash was made for the cheesy bake recipe that I’m sharing with you today. The saucy, slightly acidic marinara combined with the buttery, melty cheese and the sweet, nutty, earthy butternut squash is truly a heavenly combination.