Threw this together one night to get rid of some french bread that was ready to be used. Measurements are approx.according to your bread size or if you like it a bit more butter-y or pesto-y, etc. This might not be so bad on pasta or veggies too...hmmmm...
To die for dip served at Granite City with their special waffle fries. Would be a great dip for practically anything and it is an excellent condiment for burgers and chicken and...well...everything!
**Warning: This does not turn out as tasty or similar to the real thing when it's made with low-fat, no-fat ingredients**
My boyfried has been on a wine kick lately and somehow got me hooked. Of course I just can't just be happy drinking the stuff so into supper it went! *all ingredients eyeballed but pretty accurate and can be modified according to taste* *Cook time, again, an estimate and depends on the size of your cubes*
This is super tasty and creamy and generally awesome!! Made from leftover filling from shimmerchk's Chocolate Raspberry (Or Strawberry) Tall Cake recipe #90774. **Warning: This makes a TON but I couldn't find a good way to cut it in half...help me out if you do!!**
This was a sort of "whoops" one night that turned out delightfully tasty. Little bit of a kick but it could be toned down if you'd like. Cook time includes prep. (The recipe is written as I made it so it is spicy...just a warning!)
My boyfriend got off of work late one night and was pretty hungry by the time he got home. I had all these ingredients around the house and it really came together nicely. You can add or omit almost any veggie!!
This one just sort of snuck up on me after class one morning. It's pretty quick and really easy and perfect for two or three people with some leftovers! And of course it is just as versatile as traditional egg bake.
I love chicken on the grill but HATE when it gets dried out. In my opinion you should be able to eat chicken fresh off the grill without adding anything to it. This recipe is one that I make a time or two a week because you can add it to basically anything or just eat it on it's own. The spice amounts aren't exact but they're pretty close. Just add more or less depending on the spicyness you want!! Cooking time is an estimate and includes prep time.
Originally these were just called "dickles" but my boyfriend's family found such humor in the name that they renamed them after me. This has been a staple party food in my family for ages and it sounds strange but it tastes awesome!! It's easy and fast and the name is great for a laugh!!
**Serving numbers are up to you and prep time is affected accordingly**