Triple Chocolate Shortcut Cookies are the yummy proof that there is nothing wrong with taking short-cuts when baking. These chewy, moist, and delicious cookies start with a chocolate cake mix and are loaded with both white and dark chocolate chips — a triple chocolate coup! They are incredibly easy to make. The mix goes together in less than 5 minutes, and they bake in about 10 minutes.
Southwest Potato Frittata will make you want to have breakfast for dinner. Corn, chiles, olives, roasted red peppers, and cilantro give a Southwestern flair to this easy-to-make frittata. Although perfect for breakfast or brunch, this dish is rich and hearty enough for a main meal.
Loco Taco Stuffed Peppers takes an old traditional standby to an entirely new loco bold level. Spicy tortilla chips, salsa, mild green chiles, and rice punch up the beef and sausage stuffing. You can easily vary the heat level through your choices of sausage, chips, and salsa. Check out my notes for variations and substitutions. Olé!
Chicken Deviled Eggs get a boost of flavor from leftover cooked chicken, capers, and mustard. You will love this delightful twist on traditional deviled eggs. Adorned or plain, these little appetizer gems are sure to please everyone at your next party.
Chocolate Cherry Breakfast Loaf will put exta oomph into your boring morning routine. If you like a sweet bread, such as raisin bread or biscotti, with your coffee or tea, try this delicious breakfast bread. The filling is almost like a brownie with dried cherries, walnuts, and miniature chocolate chips for added decadence. Instead of hassling with making a yeast dough, this recipe begins with refrigerated crescent rolls.
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Bread is perfect for all of you Reese’s® Pieces addicts. You just can’t go wrong with the combination of peanut butter and chocolate chips. They join together here in a quick bread loaf that requires no yeast.
Honey Dijon Chicken is a popular dish at fine restaurants. The creamy sauce is flavored with Dijon mustard, honey, white wine, and butter with a hint of tarragon for added flavor. Save money by making this restaurant-quality dish at home. It’s so easy to make, your family will think you’ve been taking gourmet cooking classes.
Fireball Apple Bread Pudding is a new twist on old-fashioned bread pudding. The cinnamon-flavored whiskey pairs perfectly with apples and raisins to level up this old-fashioned favorite. Best of all, you can prepare it the day before.