This recipe was in Publix grocery store mailer for the holidays but is now removed from their site. It was also listed on another site but 2 ingredients were missing! So I am putting it here for safekeeping. I made it for Christmas morning and it was really delicious. It made a huge pan, but the leftovers were good for a couple of days, cold and hot!
This was published in our newspaper and I have not seen another recipe like it--it is served in wedges like a pie, but it is a savory side dish for a holiday meal like Thanksgiving. It can be prepared ahead of time and briefly reheated just before serving.
These tasty two-bite appetizers will be the hit of any party or family night. The filling can be prepared ahead, and the taco bites only take 8 minutes to bake. Each contains a whole serving of vegetables, and tons of fiber too! But feel free to add whatever veggies you have, just chop really fine--green peppers, zucchini, herbs, hot peppers, rice, leftovers, whatever. So tasty!
This is an easy to prepare meal that blends the flavors of fall while incorporating whole grains and greens. You can spice it up by changing the sausage to a more spicy variety. The original recipe comes from Whole Foods.
This combines the elements of strawberry-rhubarb pie and lemonade into an easy-to-bake treat that is part pie, part fruit crumble. Best with ice cream on top! Unfortunately, fresh rhubarb is near impossible to find in Florida.....
I found this recipe while searching for a a way to use Chinese mustard greens, on a healthy eating food site called "Three Tastes". I am submitting it here because there is nothing else like it yet on this site, and it is truly delicious. You can use other greens, even strongly flavored ones like endive, radicchio, dandelions, etc., but more sturdy greens like kale may have to be wilted first. The result is a tasty comfort food, full of healthy greens.
A rich, make-ahead recipe for delicious scones, that are frozen before baking, and can be adapted with any of your favorite ingredients. When you are ready to serve these, take them directly from the freezer and pop them into the oven.
This easy recipe makes two plate-sized rolls that are absolutely delicious! Make one for your family and one to give away. Kids can help with this too. I clipped this recipe from a magazine years ago, and I have never seen it published since.
This is a super-easy mix of dried, canned, and fresh fruit that tastes like you spent hours! It is high in fiber and no-fat, too. I've served it hot with glazed ham, or as dessert topped with creme fraiche, or cold with zucchini bread and cinnamon rolls for Christmas morning, or mixed with fresh arugula for a winter fruit salad. Very versatile! Try to include the candied ginger--it is available duing the holiday season, but may be hard to find otherwise.
I turned a kale side dish into a main dish. You may get your family to eat kale after all. It looks pretty, too. You can add vegetables you have on hand, or what your family likes, and add as much heat as you like, too. I splashed it several times with a red wine, which made a fabulous aroma.
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