Posts in the ‘Recipes’ Category
I love putting new spins on classic dishes. Here's a way to update traditional pumpkin pie by turning it into blondies using our simple pumpkin pie blondie recipe.
These blondie have a delicious rich, moist, pumpkin-y flavor, lots of cinnamon and spice, plus, they're easy to serve. They're perfect for a potluck or to give as a gift!
One of my New Year's resolutions is to try my hand at sauces.
I cook a lot of fresh foods at home, but I feel like I can create more flavor by exploring beautiful sauces à la Julia Child (well, a girl can dream, can't she?). So here's my first one of the year -- my quick and easy romesco sauce recipe!
Now that it's fall and Thanksgiving is right around the corner, I'm excited to be sharing these stuffed baked apples with cranberries. They're like mini apple cranberry pies and would work so well as part of your rustic Thanksgiving dinners. Plus, they are simple to make and always a crowd pleaser.
Stuffed Baked Apples With Cranberries
Here's our fun holiday to serve during the holidays. Most people think of eggnog or peppermint as their Christmas flavors of choice, but when I think winter... I think citrus!
I love the sweet and tangy flavors citrus brings to a drink, and since I am a California girl (by way of New Jersey), I wanted to create a California cosmopolitan cocktail recipe that highlights the relaxed, casual, West Coast lifestyle and would brighten up any holiday party.
My daughter and I just finished reading the entire Harry Potter series together. It took us a whole year. Every night we would take turns reading. What a journey it's been, both in terms of the story, and for us. It was like for a year we shared our own special magical world with our own language and our own inside jokes.
So now that we've finished the books, we decided to watch the movies together as a family. It's given us a new way to enjoy Harry Potter, and there's so much for us to talk about and debate as we compare books to movies.
We're trying to cut down on carbs at our house. I'm always looking for delicious, healthy recipes to make, where I don't even notice the lack of carbs.
I love quiche, so instead of adding the crust, I poured my egg mixture into individual ceramic dishes, baked it, and came up with this low carb quiche with bacon and cream cheese.