Posted on October 23, 2016
When on the look out for a Sunday Sweets recipe the picture of this before it was cooked pulled me in. Although, I admit I thought it was marshmallows and chocolate chips, it wasn’t but that vision now in my head will lead me to creating something with those. This is a tasty cobbler made with refrigerated biscuits and blueberries. Of course I don’t have blueberries… but I have apples. A tasty treat with apples, then drizzle with caramel sauce. Enjoy!
Recipe Here: Slow Cooker Berry Cobbler
This is a super easy one pot meal, even the pasta. I am going to have to try this. Although, since I have chicken and no ground beef, I will modify and use chicken. And, instead of kidney beans use a white bean. An easy meal shouldn’t be made difficult running all around the store. So, the ground beef will be on the next grocery list. This time will be chicken. Enjoy!
Recipe Here: Chili Pasta Skillet
Posted on October 19, 2016
I just picked up a bulk order of chicken, so of course I am on the look out for new recipes. This one jumped out at me. Well, most any recipe with pasta jumps out at me. I do need to make up some yogurt, and unfortunately buy some basil. Mine has sprouted, although only 1/2 inch tall. I may add some capers to this. I love the combination of artichoke hearts and capers. Enjoy!
Recipe Here: Pesto Chicken Pata with Sun Dried Tomatoes
Posted on October 18, 2016
It is still apple time. I admit I tried a version of this… not pretty with stuffing the apples in the pork tenderloin. I will try this one…and I have a new sharp knife so I think I can make it look pretty like they do. This is very basic, no garlic, no salt, no pepper. I will have control and follow the recipe, I like my basic seasonings I put in everything, although sometimes simplicity is a good thing. Enjoy.
Recipe Here: Crockpot Honey Pork and Applesauce
Posted on October 17, 2016
We just had our annual apple festival in a nearby town, so of course I have a bunch of apples to start processing. It makes for a few days of work so an easy crock pot dinner is defiantly helpful. Throw it all in, then I can work on processing all day and not have to stop mid way through to cook dinner. And with all the apples around a recipe with apples is always a plus. I am going to cook down some apples in a pot with a little bit of cinnamon then puree for a quick applesauce for this crock pot meal. The flavors will blend well in the crock pot, so I don’t need a long simmer on the apples to blend the spices, the crockpot will do that through the day. Enjoy.
Recipe Here: Crockpot Chicken with Apple and Sweet Potato
Posted on October 16, 2016
Apple harvest is here! There is always the standard apple pie, applesauce, apple butter… Yet I always look for something new to add to my list of apple fun recipes. This is my new sweet treat for this year. Luckily I have some Four Country Gals Goat Milk Caramel Sauce to use in this recipe. If you are not local to get it at one of the markets, they do ship off their site. It is sweet creamy good. I can’t wait to make this recipe.
Recipe Here: Slow Cooker Caramel Apple Pie Dip
Sometimes you can’t pass up a good deal on bulk food. This week was the day to pick up the deal, 40 pounds of skinless, boneless chicken breasts. I had some work ahead of me, but happy because of the deal, and I get to share with you.
Posted on October 14, 2016
I have yet to conquer lentils, they just turn out plain and bad. I need to give them another try with this recipe, it takes some time, although sounds really good.
Recipe Here: Mujadara: Lentils and Rice with Crispy Onions
It is that time of year again for my birthday dinner and my mom said to pick where I wanted to go out to eat. That is a hard decision for me, there are so many places in our town that I love and enjoy.
Posted on October 12, 2016
This salad is loaded with layers of flavors, from mint, olives, radishes and much more. Plus an easy fresh vinaigrette.
Recipe Here: Mediterranean Tuna Salad with a Zesty Dijon Mustard Vinaigrette
Posted on October 11, 2016
I love a creamy soup as fall weather arrives. This is simple, yet loaded with flavor.
Recipe Here: Hearty Sausage and Potato Soup by Barbara Damrosch
Posted on October 9, 2016
Pumpkin patches are open and loaded with pumpkins in our area. I am ready to go and gather a bunch for carving, seeds and of course the sweets. This is a tasty easy recipe to start off the pumpkin season. I admit I want to add chocolate chips. Enjoy.
Recipe Here: Impossible Pumpkin Pie Cupcakes
Posted on October 8, 2016
Waffles may sound intimidating if you don’t have an easy recipe.. well this one is easy using dinner rolls. No mixing for the dough, just focus on the sautéed apples. Enjoy.
Recipe Here: Sugared Waffles with Sautéed Maple Apples