Ah, Monday. Back to the grind and that inevitable question…”What’s for dinner?” How about Mom’s Zucchini Pie?
This very quick one-pot dish is perfect for dinner and even lunch leftovers! Growing up, my mother would make this delicious pie, which is sort of a quiche. This was one of my favorite dishes from her and it has quickly become a favorite in my family too. I hope you enjoy this savory comfort dish!
In an effort to make a chocolate cupcake without eggs or butter, I stumbled onto this absolutely delicious and moist recipe from Simply Recipes. I was a bit hesitant at first, considering the ingredient list but am very thrilled with how this turned out (husband-approved too)! The recipe was tweaked ever so slightly…hope you enjoy!
Beef burgers can be great. But once you try turkey burgers, you’ll be hooked! My turkey burgers recipe is so easy and “large”, you’ll have enough ready-to-make burgers at home whenever the mood strikes! Perfect for those late nights or last minute visitors, they keep well in the freezer to quickly cook when you’re ready! For that glorious topping, jump over to my Chili Sautéed Onions recipe!
It’s the little things in life that make me happy and my Ninja food blender is one of them! I’m pretty sure there’s nothing this thing can’t do. I used it to make hummus (weekly), sauces, and SMOOTHIES! This handy, single serve cup is great for this recipe. It could probably serve 2 but I’m almost half way done and will probably be finished by the time I finish this post!
While cooking last night’s Walnut Crusted Tilapia, my husband threw together this quick and delicious Tuscan Sun-dried Tomato Sauce that I just HAD to share. I must say I’m very proud of him for creating such a sauce that is usually only accomplished after hours of stewing. Bravo, @neuronroot.
I enjoy meat and fish but lately my husband and I have been eating mainly vegetarian. Meatless Monday’s are great but what about Friday’s?
I came across this recipe from Cooking Quinoa and I’m super thrilled with how easy and delicious it is! I’ve adapted the recipe slightly…enjoy!!
During the last snow storm, my husband and I trekked to Walgreens for some extra water. While there I thought…cookies! But not pre-packaged and not the slice and bake cookie dough, I’m talking the old-fashioned kind, where you had to actually mix the ingredients! With a little thought and creativity, we created…Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Mint Cookies! These are sweet, yet hearty – hope you enjoy 🙂
In this new year, it’s time to learn some new things! I recalled yesterday that I have two KitchenAid attachments that came (for free with mail-in rebate) with my stand mixer (love!). I have always wanted to make fresh pasta and when I saw that I have the Pasta Roller and Fettuccine cutter, I was super excited. When I started to review the process, I was prepared to have to use the flour-volcano with egg mixture to make the dough by hand….but found that with the KitchenAid mixer, you don’t have to! Score!! This recipe has been adapted from the KitchenAid one for Whole Wheat pasta. Hope you enjoy!!
One of my favorite fish to eat is Tilapia. It has a mild flavor that takes well to being doctored up! This recipe has been adapted from Cook Smarts. I was very excited to make this when I found it on Pinterest and then I start to get my ingredients together, look in the pantry, and NO ALMONDS! 😦 So, I improvised with Walnuts & Sunflower Seeds! Then, I reach for the eggs and remember that they’re old. Another fail! I improvised and used oil instead. Hope you enjoy my Walnut Crusted Tilapia with a side of Steamed Green Beans!
We recently bought some ground beef at BJ’s. Since my husband is not a lover of beef, we rarely buy it and as a result have only used it to make tacos! There’s got to be a more sophisticated option! Just a quick search on Pinterest and I came across this delicious recipe for sweet and spicy Korean Beef. I’ve adapted the recipe slightly from Six Sisters’ Stuff.