A quick and easy broiled salmon that packs a flavorful soy and ginger punch!
Fudgy chocolate cake with a hint of dark stout flavor and finished with a decadent salted caramel glaze.
Warm, comforting, old-fashioned baked rice pudding.
Sweet honey, brown sugar, and cinnamon granola with plump raisins.
This is such a flavorful side dish, much more interesting than just plain old green beans! Depending what else you are serving, you could easily roast everything on the same sheet pan making this into a one pan meal. 👌 Garlic Parmesan Roasted Green Beans & Mushrooms Serves: 4 1 lb. cremini mushrooms, sliced 1/2Continue reading “Garlic Parmesan Roasted Green Beans & Mushrooms”
As far as I’m concerned, you can never have enough ways to prepare tilapia. This would work well with any thin white fish, such as s flounder or snapper. The fresh spinach and feta cheese make for such a flavorful filling. You can also prepare this slightly ahead of time, then just pop it inContinue reading “Spinach & Feta Stuffed Tilapia”
These are mad easy and guaranteed to disappear fast at your next party! Might want to make a double batch! 🥓😉 Brown Sugar Bacon Wrapped Little Smokies Serves: 78 Smokies 2 packs Hillshire Farms Little Smokies 2 16 oz. packs Bacon 1 c. dark brown sugar, divided 1 stick butter Preheat oven to 375 degrees.Continue reading “Brown Sugar Bacon Wrapped Little Smokies”
This Monkey Bread recipe is stupid easy! All you need is a two cans of refrigerator cinnamon rolls and a few things from the pantry. I recommend making two at once, it disappears fast! 😉🐒 Cinnamon Roll Monkey Bread Serves: 8-12 2 (5 pack) Pilsbury Grands Cinnamon Rolls 1 c. brown sugar 1/2 c. whiteContinue reading “Cinnamon Roll Monkey Bread “
I don’t know how everyone else did over the long weekend… But I MAY have cheated on my diet just a little bit. Oh come on… A few (three 😏) hot dogs, fried fish, pizza, chips, cake… That’s not THAT bad 🙈. And we don’t have to talk about any beer, wine, or cocktails here.Continue reading “Lighter Parmesan Tilapia”
One of my favorite side dishes for our holiday meals… baked corn. It’s rich, sweet, and delicious… and such a “fancy” way to serve this common veggie. Baked Corn Serves: 12-15 2 – 15 oz. cans creamed corn 1 Tbsp. butter 7 eggs 7 Tbsp. sugar 2/3 c. evaporated milk Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Continue reading “Baked Corn”