Old-fashioned oatmeal is a comfort food for many, and this baked blueberry peach oatmeal makes it easy. No stirring required!
Butterscotch Crumb Muffins received an overwhelming “thumbs up” from reviewers, and they couldn’t be easier to make. Buttermilk and brown sugar form the basis for these tasty muffins
Shrimp bisque is a staple in many 4-star seafood restaurants. It’s surprisingly easy to make at home and doesn’t require any fancy exotic ingredients.
Curry Chicken is a popular dish in the Caribbean, and this version sports a tantalizing paprika yogurt sauce to keep the chicken thighs and legs moist. Great over rice.
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.
Gold Potato Pie may well be my favorite potato side dish and will soon become yours. Thin slices of Yukon Gold potatoes are layered into a pie and baked swimming in a garlic Parmesan sauce. It is a nice change from the usual mashed potatoes, and it may be made in advance if need be. If you want to jazz it up a bit, add some chopped ham or bacon bits.
Fresh Strawberry Cake is an elegant way to make use of gorgeous fresh strawberries. This Bundt cake is delicious, easy to make, and pretty to the eye.
Cherry Blueberry Streusel Bundt Cake combines two different fruits in separate layers with a strata of delicious pecan streusel in the center. Instead of baking each layer separately and building a cake, it is baked all at once in a Bundt pan.