This is a fabulous basic Quiche dish that doesn't require a crust (just pie shaped cookware), but a crust can certainly be used if you'd like! The ingredients can also be altered if you'd like. This one uses asparagus & tomato, but it's also great with sausage, crab, and bacon! Enjoy!
The title says it all!! I can never resist these bits of heavenly bliss! They are best made with a standing Kitchen Aid mixer (other brands are just fine too!). The recipe says to chill for an hour, but I usually chill the dough overnight & I think they taste even better. This recipe is great for if you are making cookies for an event & want to split up the time by making the batter at night & baking them the next day.
This is an extremely tasty, easy recipe to throw together for a big group. It's great for the holidays, brunches, or pretty much anytime! I love breakfast foods, so I even have it for dinner sometimes.
This is my rendition of gumbo, but without the rue. I and my very manly guy friends still absolutely loved it though. It's very healthy and satisfying. This batch made enough to last me for a week's worth of lunches. With most of the ingredients (mainly veggies) you can add and subtract to your liking.
Don't be weirded out by peas...it's good! I threw this recipe together from needing to use a can of green peas and some matchstick carrots and it turned into a big hit. Go figure! The Ranch dill dressing really adds some fresh flavor to the salad, which makes it different and special. This is very inexpensive, easy & fast!