I usually make monkey bread every Christmas morning. We just snack on it all morning while opening presents.
My favorite “green sauce” is great with chicken, pork or even fish. Marinate the meat in half, and then save the other half to serve with it. I actually chop all the chimichurri ingredients using a food processor, not by hand. If you want a chunkier sauce you could do it the way it is […]
These energy bars make a great snack or even breakfast. And the good thing is you can substitute with any nuts and/or dried fruit you have on hand.
As the name says, this is my daughter Taylor’s favorite marinade for chicken. Marinade for 2 hours or more, but not too long. Overnight is the limit!
Want to make something that tastes like you got it from a gourmet restaurant, but it’s really easy and only takes about 30 minutes? This is your recipe! The trick to 30 minutes is being able to make the sauce, cook the chicken, and boil the pasta all at the same time.
If you want to make a dessert for a special occasion, this is the one! It takes awhile to make, but it’s worth it. I always make it a day or 2 ahead.
Here’s a twist on your typical hummus…add avocado! I serve it with pita chips and fresh veggies.
This sauce is so good, and very easy to make. Seriously, less than 30 minutes from start to finish!
This refreshing drink is similar to a Mojito, except that it is made with Gin. I made a larger batch in a pitcher instead of individually, topping each drink with tonic water at the end.
I don’t like your typical mayonnaise-based potato salads, so this version is perfect for me! If you don’t have Champagne vinegar, white wine vinegar is what I use.