The Pioneer Woman’s French Toast Sticks are fantastic. So crunchy on the outside you’ll never guess the secret ingredient. Prepare these ahead of time and take them out of the freezer for a quick and easy breakfast for one or a crowd.
Slow cooked brisket with Mac & Cheese on top will be your new favorite comfort food. Tender beef and the creamiest pasta, these flavors work great together. A make ahead dish your family will love.
Sweet and and tart Pistachio Lemon Bars are just the right combination of flavors and textures. You get a nice crunch from the pistachios throughout combined with a tart lemon layer. These are sturdy enough to take to a picnic, cook-out or bake sale.
Roasted asparagus with mushrooms is a great way to enjoy fresh produce. Roasting brings out so much flavor and it’s so quick and EASY. You’ll love this combination.
Creamy Steak au Poivre is easier than it sounds. A rich sauce flavored with mustard and peppercorns will make this a show stopper. Great for Father’s Day!
The easiest way to enjoy strawberries is with a strawberry cobbler. Strawberries baked with a slightly sweet biscuit on top are the perfect way to enjoy the last of the season’s berries.
Pork chops so EASY, and sweetened with roasted peaches. You can throw these together in less than 10 minutes and have the perfect Summer dinner.
Chocolate cake with a decadent cream cheese swirl throughout topped with a cream cheese frosting is a great choice to take to an outdoor barbecue or cook out. Need a great dessert for a crowd, this cake is so moist and worth every bite. An easy make ahead dessert that children and adults alike will […]
Strawberries and rhubarb are not just for pie, they’re great made into jam. You’ll love the sweetness of the strawberries with the tart rhubarb. Great on biscuits or toast and making jam is so much easier than you might think.
Try using sweet potatoes for a crust for your next quiche. It adds a little sweetness to a savory breakfast or brunch.
This recipe for chocolate chip cookies made with browned butter may change your life. There are a few tricks that push these over the top to make them the BEST chocolate chip cookies around.
You’re going to love this healthy broccoli salad served with a yogurt dressing that’s sweetened with honey. Red onions and dried cranberries add a sweet and savory touch to an old fashioned salad you’ll be making all year long.
You might think that you can’t get a light and fluffy gluten free biscuit, but with a few easy adaptions, you’ll be surprised at how easy it is.
Spinach quiche with caramelized onions is as creamy as custard. Baked in the flakiest herbed crust that will melt in your melt. Great for a Spring brunch or to chase away the winter blues.
Quick and easy doesn’t have to be boring. Grapes add a little sweetness complimented with salty olives for a fabulous roasted chicken dinner you can prepare in 10 minutes.
Apple brandy is the secret ingredient that brings out the sweet flavors of the apples in these mouthwatering apple hand pies. Try using Piñata® apples for a sweet yet tart version.
During the week it’s hard to come up with something quick and easy for dinner. With this base recipe for cooking salmon you can prepare a fabulous dinner without a recipe and you’ll have perfectly cooked salmon every time. No more dry tasteless salmon for me.
Shortbread chocolate chip cookies are a buttery treat that have just the right combination of chocolate chunks, salt and butter for a simple but fabulous cookie. Easily made into mini treats.
I love to make breakfast muffins but why can’t they stay fresh for more than a day! No matter what ingredients I’ve tried, they just aren’t as good the next day. I’ve tried freezing them but still they don’t have that glorious fresh out of the oven texture when you reheat them. After making a […]
Everyone likes a good sloppy joe, a slightly sweet hamburger mixture on a bun. It’s a great go to dinner. This version is even better because of course it has cornbread. Instead of putting your hamburger mixture inside a bun, cornbread is added to the top and it all bakes together. Cornbread makes anything better. […]