This is a little different from most coleslaws because it is vinegar based and has feta cheese in it. I love the slaw at Zoe's so I tried to re-create it and think I came pretty close. Not sure of the exact measurements so I just estimated them on here. Great for as a side for a BBQ.
The cook time includes refrigeration.
This is Giada's recipe and they are the lightest cupcakes ever. The glaze is really good because it is not too heavy like most frostings. Very easy to make and addicting to eat! She made them using mini muffin tins but I used the regular sized ones and they came out great
I came up with this recipe and tested it out tonight. It came out much better than I expected. It's grilled balsamic chicken topped with a garlic tomato basil sauce and covered in cheese! Measurements are estimates.
I found this recipe in the Everyday with Rachel Ray magazine. I have yet to try it but it sounds good. If you want to lighten it up, you may be able to substitute wheat bread for white, skim milk for whole, and dark chocolate for milk chocolate.
This is a Tyler Florence recipe that is very hearty and filling. Great for a cold night or a big crowd. The recipe says to let simmer 40 minutes, but I put it on at lunch time and cooked it all day and the chicken was super tender and falling off the bone!
This is a twist on regular oatmeal for breakfast. It's quick because you "bake" the apples in the microwave and use instanat oatmeal.
Note: most of y measurements are guestimates because this was the first time I made this recipe so feel free to add or subtract ingredients. This makes 2 servings but you can easy double it.
This is a version of Giada's Avocado and Arugala pesto that I used when I didn't have all of the ingredients on hand. It tastes really rich and creamy so it's hard to believe that it's good for you! I added chicken to it but it would be great with shrimp too.
Very easy and elegant entree. I saw Rachael Ray make this but I couldn't find the recipe so I did it from memory and it came out great. I didn't have enough sausage so I added a few chicken tenders to it. The measurements may not be exact because I just eyeballed everything.
This is a great way to use fresh summer vegetables and since I used rotisserie chicken it takes no time. Using a bottled balsamic dressing would make it even easier but I didn't have any on hand so I made my own.
I saw Paula Deen do a similar recipe using just ground beef and cheese wrapped in puff pastry, but I decided to try a few different flavors. Very versatile recipe and will definitely try other toppings.