Italian Sloppy Joe Sliders
Italian sausage, hearty tomato sauce, and vegetables, topped with mozzarella in between two slices of sweet Italian bread.
Vegetarian Black And White Bean Chili
Black and white beans, chili spices, and a robust undertone pull it all together in this comfort food classic.
Homemade Pizza Sauce
A pizza sauce with a kick, so if you’re a heat pansy turn it down a notch and reduce the pepper.
Chile Mocha Chocolate Chip Cookies
Cocoa, cinnamon, cayenne, and chile spices come together forming a sweet dessert with a spicy kick. Pairs well with coffee, especially the Chile Mocha from Starbucks.
Sausage-Stuffed Pattypan Squash
Roasted pattypan squash stuffed with sausage and cheese filling. When sliced in half it looks like a flying saucer. Kids love it!
BBQ Baked Potato
Baked potato rubbed with powerful seasoning and loaded with barbecue chicken and your favorite toppings.
Caramel Pumpkin Spice Crispy Treats
Caramel coated pumpkin spice crispy treats are an easy and impressive dessert for your next holiday get-together or party.
Pumpkin Cream Filling
Spiced pumpkin cream filling that perfectly compliments pumpkin and spice cakes, cupcakes, and more.
Chicken Divan with Broccoli
A chicken casserole made with seasoned chicken pieces, creamy curry sauce, and broccoli all topped with toasted cheesy bread. Leftovers only taste better!
Homemade Coconut Pecan Granola
Crunchy homemade granola, with toasted oats, coconut, and pecans. It's great on its own and easy to add your favorite additional ingredients.
Skinny Scallop Alfredo
Seasoned bay scallops, broccoli, and creamy garlic alfredo sauce come together to form a healthier pasta salad version the much-loved classic dish.
Grilled Mexican Chipotle Pizza
Crispy yet chewy crust covered with smokey chipotle pizza sauce, cheese, and chorizo then drizzled with creamy chipotle dressing.
Chicken Cordon Bleu Lasagna Rolls
Swiss cheese, ham, and ground chicken rolled in a lasagna noodle, topped with a spicy Cajun sauce and seasoned bread crumbs.
Shredded Potato Salad
A creamy potluck favorite with a revamped texture, topped with bacon, cheese, and chives.
Thai Noodles with Peanut Sauce
Rice noodles slathered in spicy peanut sauce, topped with stir fry vegetables and marinated tofu, and garnished with crushed peanuts and red pepper.
Healthy Vision Month Kale Greens and Garlic
Kale is an extremely healthy piece of greenery, that is known for it’s cancer preventing properties and high nutritional punch.
Baked Apple Pie Smoothie
An easy and impressive, kid-friendly recipe that uses only four ingredients and no added sugar.
Homemade Bang Bang Sauce
Zesty sauce made with mayo, Sriracha sauce, and other spices. It's great for dipping fried chicken or shrimp.
A fabulous fried wonton with shrimp and cream cheese filling. This American-Chinese appetizer is found in almost all Asian-inspired restaurants and is traditionally made with crab rather than shrimp.
Lemon Almond Breakfast Bites
Chewy, healthy breakfast mini muffins with an nutritional punch and a lemon twist.
Restaurant Style Asian Fried Rice
Crisp vegetables, layers of sesame oil, ginger and other authentic flavors will make you feel like you are sitting at the hibachi table.
The Other White Meatloaf
Made with ground turkey, chicken, and pork sausage, this meatloaf recipe is kept moist and flavorful with lots of veggies.
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
Easy to make cookies that and are crunchy on the outside yet chewy on the inside. Eat them by themselves or dip in coffee or milk.
Chicken And Dumplings
Bite size chicken, swimming in a robust southern homestyle sauce with vegetables and homemade dumplings.
Creamy Roasted Vegetable Soup
Roasted cauliflower, asparagus, mushrooms, and other veggies, all transformed into a heat-kickin’, rich & creamy soup.
Crispy Sesame Chicken
Sweet and savory sticky sesame sauce drizzled over crunchy chicken, topped with sesame seeds and green onions.
Flipping Fresh Flapjacks
Command your pancakes to rise. This fresh, thick batter recipe will give you a tall stack of flap with a hint of orange. Make an army’s worth and freeze them for use during the week.
Brussels with Rosemary and Shallots
Skip the stink and roast your Brussel sprouts rather than steam them. With the fragrant scent of rosemary paired with the mild flavor of shallots, this rustic looking dish is sure to please.
Rotisserie Chicken Salad
It takes five minutes to make and stays in the fridge for 3-4 days. Save yourself time on busy nights and pick up a cooked rotisserie chicken at the supermarket.
How to Make Grilled Pizza
During the summer, we like to cook our pizza on the grill. I have made my own crust and sauce for a few years now, but this combination is the best I’ve come up with. The sauce has a kick, so if you’re a heat pansy turn it down a notch by reducing the pepper. INCLUDES VIDEO
Sun Dried Tomato and Mushroom Quinoa
Red, white, and blue quinoa with sun dried tomatoes and portabella mushrooms sautéed in olive oil with garlic and crushed red pepper.
Teriyaki Chicken Burgers
The ground chicken is basted with teriyaki sauce, grilled, and topped with cheddar cheese, tomato, shredded lettuce, and sliced pineapple.
Homemade Teriyaki Sauce
Make your own at home in 15 minutes. The flavor is amazing and you will find yourself using it for everything from chicken nuggets to vegetables.
Trashy Taco Salad
This easy assembly of readily available ingredients makes it a fun meal for the kids to put together. Try putting each ingredient in its own bowl and creating a taco buffet.
Mashed potatoes, cheese, sour cream, and chives come together to create the best mini appetizer.
Kale Greens and Garlic
The chicken broth, garlic, and lemon juice transform this veggie powerhouse into a tasty friend for life.
Crispy Chicken Tenders
Crunchy and juicy chicken tenders that take 15 minutes of prep and 10 minutes to cook. Stop buying frozen chicken, it doesn’t compare.
Ginger Soy Pork Tenderloin
This super tender pork recipe is crazy easy to prepare. Simply mix a couple ingredients in a bowl, put the pork into your slow cooker, pour contents of the bowl over the pork, replace lid, then step away. It cooks while you do more important things like...work, or try to get the tooth paste out of your dog's fur.
Baked Cinnamon French Toast
Stop hanging over the stove in the morning. It’s too early for that. Make the French toast in the oven and sit down and finish your coffee. This recipe is versatile so you can use any bread you desire. Try adding pecans, raisins, or sliced apples for a twist.
Southwestern Quinoa Chimichangas
Made with quinoa, black beans, corn, onion and green chiles. Leftovers freeze well for use on busy nights. Try topping it with fresh salsa or cheese sauce and serve with tortilla chips.
How to Make Homemade Crackers
A kitchen tutorial on how to take your favorite foods and flavors and turn them into addicting, flavorful crackers, at home. Includes: brainstorming, examples, and method.
Lime Chicken Tacos
A healthy, flavorful, and easy dish that takes 30 minutes or less from refrigerator to table. Impress your family with a new twist on the ordinary taco with chicken, lime, and cilantro topped with mozzarella cheese and tomatoes.
Garlic Parmesan Spinach Wraps
Make use of that fresh spinach that has been sitting in your refrigerator for the entire week, and sneak some extra veggies into your family's diet. Make homemade spinach wraps, a.k.a. "incredible hulk wraps." It's full of vitamin A too.
Loaded Baked Potato Soup
A smooth, creamy soup with all your favorite baked potato flavors, including BACON! This is a great recipe to sneak in extra vegetables. They'll never know...you sneaky devil, you.
Crispy Cinnamon Waffles
Wake up the family on Saturday morning to the scent of homemade waffles. Top with maple syrup or fresh fruit and freeze the rest for breakfast use during the week. They toast well in the toaster after freezing.
Dark Chocolate Fudge Brownie
Special Dark cocoa powder and semi-sweet chocolate chips transform your everyday brownie in to overindulgence.
Cheddar Sage Biscuits
The velvety scent of fresh sage fills the house and will bring your family into the kitchen asking “what’s for dinner?” You might even have to slap a couple hands before you put them on the table.
Easy Filet Mignon on the Grill
The perfectly seasoned and grilled steak doesn’t take more than a couple spices and a few quick tricks to get it right. The key is to enhance the flavor of the meat: not mask it, along with searing the outside and carefully.
These are not only great for you with tons of Vitamin K and a good bit of Vitamin A, but when cooked well, tastes great too. Forget that salty, squishy, expensive canned asparagus the giant green man pushes on you and treat yourself.
Happy Baby Pico de Gallo
The lack of spicy pepper doesn't detract from the fresh, crisp flavors of the tomatoes, onions, and lime. It's also healthy and leaves you wishing you had made extra.
Herb Crusted Potato Bread
Potato bread so flavorful that you can eat it by itself. It also tastes great toasted or eaten with a creamy soup.
Sturdy & Moist White Cake
Use this recipe for a moist cake which can hold up to several tiered layers including fondant. The texture leave a nice crumb which is easy to work with. It's perfect for decorating.
Roasted Sugar Stripe Beets
Rustic, roasted beets that don't resemble the canned version at all. The recipe say serves four, but I bet you could eat them all in one sitting.
Sesame Sugar Snap Peas
An Asian-inspired sugar snap pea recipe, which uses soy, sesame oil, seeds, and garlic. A very quick recipe bursting with flavor, which entices more veggie consumption.
Chicken Noodle Soup
All white meat chicken, fresh vegetables, egg noodles, and a perfectly seasoned broth.