Pumpkin bread is a classic recipe, and who doesn’t love Grandma’s best? It is a simple quick bread rich with the spicy flavor of nutmeg and cloves. Pecans add a little crunch factor while the pumpkin puree makes it moist.
If you love risotto but don’t have time to babysit the pot by stirring, try this delicious baked shrimp sausage risotto. This meal-in-a-pot is gourmet quality, but is quite easy to make.
Raspberry Herb Pork Roast is a delicious, yet easy, diversion from traditional pork entrees. The combination of the raspberry jam with the spicy mustard and herbs lends a sweet and savory flavor to pork loin roast. The spicy mustard and ground chipotle lend only the slightest bit of heat.
Rich chocolate cake is swirled with a luscious cheesecake filling to make the cake of your dreams. It starts with a cake mix, so it goes together fast.
Easy Macaroni and Cheese is the perfect side dish for those busy nights, because it goes together in a flash! This recipe is for a very basic, easy version, loaded with Cheddar cheese and rich with milk. You can have it in the oven within 15 minutes.
Garlic Herb Sirloin Tip Roast is a great alternative to prime rib for cost-conscious families. While it is not quite as tender as prime rib, this cut of beef certainly makes up for it in richer flavor. This easy roasting method does the best job of cooking the roast to the perfect medium-rare doneness without turning the roast into shoe leather.
Buttermilk Cornbread Shrimp removes the oil factor from traditional fried breaded shrimp because it is baked in the oven. The herbed buttermilk cornbread coating on the shrimp is slightly sweet with a complementary slight touch of heat from ground chipotle chile peppers. This is a good alternative for those who love fried shrimp but are watching their cholesterol intake. The shrimp takes only about 15 minutes to cook, so have everything else ready to go!
Alfredo Parsley Potatoes make a delightful change from the standard mashed potato side dish. If you love alfredo sauce, you are going to adore these cheesy, creamy potatoes. If your kids are macaroni and cheese fans, they will flip for alfredo parsley potatoes. The process is simple and completely made on the stove-top.