This sounds absolutely TO DIE FOR! I'm thinking it would be a great snack for a Superbowl party and I am going to have to give it a go next year (or maybe before)! I found it on a blog called "Closet Cooking."
I'm not sure where this recipe came from but with only three ingredients, it's probably the simplest sweet potato fry recipe out there. You can add seasonings like sea salt or garlic powder, but I prefer them just the way they are!
I found this on a blog called "Stick a Fork In It" and I am posting for safekeeping. It sounds delightfully easy and delicious. Mix it up, throw it in a crock pot and in four to six hours, you have a meal that the whole family will love!
I used to devour these little gems when I worked for Sysco Foods and now I found a recipe to make them at home. I will change anything that I did when I make it. It was noted that you can make these ahead of time and refrigerate them before cooking. Just make sure you bring them up to room temperature (for about 30 minutes) before you pop them in the fryer!
I found this on a blog called "A Dash of Sugar and Spice" and I'm posting for safe keeping. I think I'll make it some weekend my husband is at camp because he doesn't eat mushrooms! It's a good vegetarian dish that could easily go carnivore with the addition of chicken.
I found this on the Six Sisters' blog and had to try it. I can never get the sauce to thicken in the crock pot so I put the juices in a separate pan, add the cornstarch and cook it on the stove but I posted as it was written.
These are the easiest little things to make and they rival McDonald's chicken selects. I usually increase the spice amounts but I am posting this as it was originally written. I also included the recipe for the homemade honey mustard dipping sauce in the last step. Prep time includes the time needed to let the batter stand. I found this on "The Family Kitchen" site and it was originally posted by ANGIE MCGOWAN.
I found this on the "The Family Kitchen" website (posted by ONEHUNGRYMAMA). I used the habanero pepper and bacon options and my husband ate until he couldn't move. He swore that it was one of the best pasta dishes that he had ever eaten. It comes together easily and tastes good enough to serve when company is coming!
I found this on Pinterest and it's from the Eat-Clean Diet website. I'm posting for safe keeping and I will update anything I did differently after I make it. The description from the site states: "Satisfy your taste buds and set your metabolism on fire with this delicious recipe! Cayenne, ginger and mustard are three ingredients that help you burn fat just by eating them!"