The crockpot is usually used for slow-cooking savory foods. You might be surprised that it also works for baking and desserts. Take a look at this irresistible raspberry chocolate chip bread, and I’m sure you’ll be looking at your crockpot in an entirely new light.
The eating of apples and honey are traditional for Rosh Hashanah. The practice signifies a hope for a sweet and prosperous new year. You don’t have to be Jewish to enjoy these little sweet challah rolls. You will want to keep the recipe handy for year-round use, not just for holidays.
I love French onion soup! Although it’s really not that difficult to make at home, most of us don’t make the effort. Meatloaf is also one of my favorite comfort foods, so why not combine them? The resulting French onion meatloaf, loaded with three different onion ingredients, is brimming with flavor and may well become your go-to recipe.
Bacon Ranch Potato Casserole will make your taste buds sing. The tang of ranch dressing and sour cream is the perfect solution to perk up those bland potatoes. Additionally, how can you go wrong with bacon and Cheddar cheese? Nothing short of awesome!
Thin slices of otherwise bland chicken breasts are stuffed with spinach and cheese, then wrapped with buttery, flaky crescent dough. They couldn’t be easier to make and bake up in less than 30 minutes for an entree that is sure to please even the finest guest.
Apricot salsa salmon is a real treat. The glaze is made with two simple ingredients: apricot jam and salsa verde (store-bought or homemade with the included recipe below). It may sound like an odd combination, but it works!
Quinoa, along with kale, are the current health food crazes touted by foodies near and far. It is a particular favorite with those seeking to reduce their carbohydrate intake, and still get wholesome grainy fiber into their diet. If you haven’t yet tried quinoa, this quinoa pilaf is a good […]
Apricot Berry Strudel is a drool-worthy sweet made with simple ingredients. Thin layers of phyllo (filo) dough lend a delightful crunch to complement the sweetness of the fruit.