These are to die for. Turning a basic white bread recipe into something deliciously rewarding. What's not to love: bacon, ranch, cheese, green onions and warm bread.
You can do everything the night before and just bake the next morning.
This dough is extremely versatile. You can use it the same day or refrigerate for up to 3 days.It is rich, sweet, tender and easy to work with. I get compliments on it no matter what I use it for - cinnamon buns, filled braids, yeasted coffee cakes, whatever you can imagine. I sometimes use maple extract or orange extract instead of vanilla to match the filling.
These wholesome bars are just like Starbucks blueberry squares (if not better!) My favorite thing about this recipe is the oatmeal base/crumble topping. It is so versatile and makes enough for a generous amount on the top and bottom because c'mon... isn't that everyone's favorite part?!
I use this same oatmeal crust recipe with a multitude of different fillings, including swapping strawberries for the blueberries.
This recipe is so fragrant and creamy, nobody can guess that it uses chicken stock to reduce fat/calories without reducing flavor. It is mild enough to be paired with any dish yet tasty enough to be eaten on its own. You could use jasmine rice instead if you prefer.
Similar to the tubes of crescent dough you can buy at supermarkets. This dough can also be used in other recipes that call for Pillsbury crescent roll dough. The recipe makes the equivalent of 2 tubes of storebought dough. Be sure not to skip the step where you brush the dough with butter before baking.
***TIP***: For foolproof rising conditions, place dough in a large greased bowl, covered, in a cold oven. On the bottom rack, fill a 9x13 inch pan with boiling water and close the door. The moisture and heat makes for perfect results every time.
A creamy, mousse-like cake with delicate cheesecake flavor. This is a perfect light dessert and you would no one would ever guess there's cottage cheese in it. Incredibly light, versatile, cheap and easy, this will not disappoint. All you need is a blender.
A great way to use up leftover cake from leveling cake layers or cake that is starting to dry up. I have successfully made this using day-old muffins. Just add more sugar depending on how sweet your cake/muffin crumbs are to start. These cookies are soft, spicy and open to variation. Add more milk if your dough seems dry
This vinaigrette is a huge hit whenever I serve it. It has a hint of sweetness balanced out by Asian inspired soy-ginger flavorings. Toss with some spring mix and spiced piecans for a restaurant worthy salad.
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