If you love buffalo wings, then this spicy and hearty sandwich topped with creamy blue cheese and cool, crunchy celery is for you! It is perfect for the upcoming picnicking season. Serve it with a side of carrot and celery sticks with blue cheese dressing for dipping.
This is one of my family's favorite breakfasts and it is a great way to use up some of that extra zucchini from the garden in a new way.
Note: The onion slices must be completely flush with the baking sheet to prevent the egg from seeping out the bottom of the onion.
Oh, how I love this amazingly rich and creamy confection! It's like a vacation in my mouth!
Storage tips: Room temperature: Place the fudge between sheets of wax paper and place in an airtight container. Store in a cool place for up to two weeks. Refrigerator: Place the fudge between sheets of wax paper and place in an airtight container. Store in the refrigerator for up to three weeks. Freezer: Place the fudge between sheets of wax paper and then place in freezer bags. Store in the freezer for up to 3 months.
This savory summer skillet is satisfying, skinny and speedy. Try saying that 5 times fast! Turkey sausage is sauteed with fresh summer vegetables and then tossed with a little red wine, fat free milk, Parmesan, and gemelli pasta. It's a delicious meal that is low in calories, low in fat, and ready in under 30 minutes.
After making fresh batch of bruschetta one day, I decided to use it on chicken instead of on toasted baguette. This has become one of my family's favorite meals. It is sweet, tangy and salty all at once.
I hesitated to post this recipe because there is neither cooking nor baking involved; however, I decided to share it because they are just too tasty not to. This fun idea came to me one day when I noticed a jar of Nutella next to a box of ice cream cones in my pantry. Although they aren't exactly round like the original Ferrero Rocher candies, the taste is spot on! My daughter loves helping with them because they are fun and easy to make, albeit slightly messy.
Note: Don't throw out the unused cone tops! Save them for later. You can serve ice cream in a bowl and place one of the cone tops upside down on top of the ice cream.
My daughter asked me for spaghetti and meat sauce one night for dinner. Unfortunately, my favorite recipe takes about 3 hours from start to finish and it was already 4:00 PM, so I decided to come up with a quick version of the recipe. It not only cuts down time (it was ready in 30 minutes!), but we all agreed that we enjoyed this version even more! Hooray for small victories!
Making your own jam is a great way to preserve any in-season fruits that you may have lying around the house. This black plum and ginger jam is so easy and is made without pectin. The ginger gives the jam a wonderful little kick. It's soft, sweet, slightly tart, and spreads like a dream!
These cupcakes are so chocolaty and decadent. The Nutella-Kahlua ganache is so tasty that you will find yourself trying to not eat it all before you top the cupcakes. Note: If you would rather a thicker icing, as opposed to a glaze, simply reduce the amount of Nutella to 4 oz, allow the ganache to cool and beat it for several minutes until it becomes thick.
This shrimp and mango salad is refreshing, delicious and served in your very own bowl of crispy cheese. It is creamy and crunchy, salty and sweet all at the same time.
Note: You will need six 4-oz ramekins for this recipe.