If you’re like me, you keep your eye out for crock-pot recipes that can
be thrown together in a hurry. There are plenty that I’d like to try,
but my busy schedule doesn’t always allow me to do a lot of preparation.
I’m often tossing ingredients into a crock pot before bedtime to cook
the next day or I’m hurriedly throwing things together before I walk out
the door in the morning. For me, browning meat is an additional step
that takes time and effort. It’s much easier for me to prepare recipes
that are simply “load and go,” no precooking necessary.
At the end of a hectic day, the last thing you want to do is haul out a
bunch of pots and pans, cook a complicated meal and still have to wash a
pile of dishes and put them away.
Let the busy season begin! From ball games, to music concerts to
end-of-the-year activities, spring is a busy time. I have been busy at
my school in the evenings helping with our first school musical,
fine-arts night and our music program and have had less and less time to
get dinner on the table.
Bars are simple to make and easy to take with you on the go. They are
the perfect dessert to celebrate any occasion or anytime you need a
When you ring the dinner bell, your family will come running if you
serve up a Southwestern supper. Why not make it easy on yourself with
just a few simple steps?
As summer approaches, a poke cake is a perfect dessert to beat the heat.
Instead of the usual strawberry poke cake branch out with a new flavor
or two. Citrus flavors are all the rage in drinks and desserts as
they’re tart, yet refreshing.
When the kids ask you, “What’s for dessert?” they will be ecstatic when
you respond, “Cake AND pudding!” Whether it’s cake or pudding for
dessert, it’s always a winner. If you combine the two, you’re sure to
have plenty of happy campers.
The popularity of poke cakes is undeniable. They are simple to prepare
and big on flavor. Poke cakes come in any imaginable flavor and can be
filled with pudding, sweetened condensed milk, and gelatin, to name a
few. Strawberry poke cake with whipped cream on top is certainly one of
the most common variations.
Garlic is a common ingredient in many different foods. The next time you
prepare dinner, instead of reaching for the garlic powder, roast your
own garlic cloves. Roasted garlic has a distinctive flavor and has many
What better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day than with a festive and
eye-catching dessert? Top off your Irish stew or corned beef and cabbage
with a treat that will leave Irish eyes smiling.
Warmer weather is here, which means we will be on the move. Fill up with a hearty stew to give you energy to keep you going.
What is there not to love about chicken cordon bleu? A breaded cutlet of
chicken filled with ham and Swiss cheese is an elegant and classic
dish. Its origins; however, do not go back as far as you might guess.
The Easter Bunny will be hopping through town in less than a week. This
year plan a scrumptious Easter feast your family will enjoy and also
plan a little bit of springtime fun for the kids.
With spring still 25 days away and temperatures below freezing, we are
all feeling a bit chilled on the inside. Turn up the heat with a pot of
spicy soup to warm you from the inside out.
These days chicken tortilla soup is a popular addition to many
mainstream restaurant menus. This comforting and flavorful soup is
perfect as a starter or even a main dish served with a salad.
Open your heart and treat the love of your life with something sweet
this Valentine’s Day. Dessert dips don’t take a lot of time to prepare,
but will show how much you care in a big way.
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