Looking for something new to spice up your weekly meal plan? Give this Thai Peanut and Chicken Flatbread a try! The flatbread in this recipe is leavened with yeast and cooks up nice and bubbly. The tangy peanut sauce, crunchy peanuts, tender chicken and crisp carrots all make up this delicious snack, appetizer or even your main course.
Chocolate Cupcakes with Red Velvet Frosting from A Spicy Perspective
Valentine’s Chocolate Marshmallow Pops from Boulder Locavore
Spicy Chocolate Bark with Chipotle and Almonds from Foodie Crush
Red Velvet Molten Lava Cakes from Half Baked Harvest
Mini Ombre Valentine’s Day Cake for Two from I Wash You Dry
I could eat these everyday…crispy, flaky and tender fish topped with tangy slaw, tomatillo salsa, spicy pico de gallo, cool and creamy herb lime mayo and of course guacamole! I think mexican food is my favorite and this recipe sure helps keep me a fan for life.
You can make your own tortillas if you have the extra time it’s pretty easy with just two ingredients- masa harina (corn flour) and water. A little work kneading, rolling or pressing the tortillas then toss on a hot cast iron pan. If you are not feeling adventurous or you don’t have, the time store-bought tortillas are great too!
Is it Sunday morning yet? These are SO yummy and easy I could make them almost every day of the week, actually!
Buttery, flaky pastry filled with tart apples and a sweet buttery caramel sauce…bring it on. This brings me back to my childhood SO much I can’t even tell you…on cold winter mornings when my mom would pull these out of the oven my sister sand I would run to the kitchen and fight over who got which one. My sister usually won most every contest of strength and will (ask me sometime about Easter morning when I was 6 when she “took” the best Easter basket and teddy bear then taunted me about it for 15 years) so she always got the gooiest one. Love you Kristin!
Enough nostalgia, back to the turnovers. These are SO easy to make with the help of some pre-made puff pastry dough. The hardest part is the peeling/coring/slicing of the apples, which isn’t too bad. Happy Saturday!
Everyone who knows me knows me knows I love a great lemon drop martini, and if you come to my house for a cocktail party, chances are you will probably be having one yourself! One of my tricks is to shake the martini shaker like mad and use lots of ice in your shaker– it makes these extra frosty and delicious!
I made this for my very first guest post with Better Homes and Garden’s Delish Dish, here is a little sneak peak before heading one to their site to get all the details!
I have really been up to my ears in comfort food this winter. Boy, oh boy, have I overdone it. Like, seriously. If it had cheese on it, I ate it. Bacon? It was gone in a second. I am ready to lighten things up but it’s still cold outside so I want my comfort food!
I love these so much, I could eat a few for dinner and call it a night! The crystal salt flakes baked on the crust make these Mini Beef Wellingtons even more delicious, and they practically melt in your mouth! The duxelles (finely chopped mushrooms, shallots, herbs and butter) are incredibly flavorful and seems to just melt into the pastry. Did I mention how easy they are? Enjoy!
I just love this simple, creamy chocolate peppermint heaven of a drink. Candy Cane Cocoa is SO perfect for a freezing cold day like today and it’s ready in minutes. Cozy up to a fire with one!
I can almost eat a whole milk carton sized box of Whoppers in a sitting..I know- HORRIBLE for me but I love them so much! Sit me in front of a movie with popcorn and Whoppers and watch out!
Knowing my love for this delicious specimen of a candy, is it any surprise I made a Whoppers Malted Hot Chocolate? Seriously, this is like drinking a Whopper, yikers! I used to put malt powder in milk when I was a kid and I LOVE that flavor, it works so well in this hot chocolate. And, come on… this cold weather is screaming for a drink like this, so indulge.