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Pineapple Upside Down Cake, Slow Cooker Style
This pineapple upside down cake will show you things you never realized your slow cooker could do. You will now view that small appliance–used for soups, stews, chili and pot roast–as a dessert lover’s second hand. Ingredients: For the cake 2 c whole wheat pastry flour ¾ tsp baking powder ¾ tsp ...
Tortellini Tomato Soup
This tortellini tomato soup takes the classic version up a notch without losing the creamy goodness of a zesty tomato soup. If you’re a tomato and basil soup fan, then you’ve hit the jackpot and beyond with this easy to make recipe. Photo source: ...
Vegetarian Stuffed Shells
These vegetarian stuffed shells are simply amazing. Plus, they allow a hearty pasta meal while still maintaining vegetarian guidelines. This is a perfect dish to serve if you’re having company that includes vegetarians–and you eat meat. You will enjoy the rich, robust flavor and texture of the ...
Gluten Free Chickpea Chocolate Cookie Bars
These chickpea chocolate cookies bars are gluten free and delicious. You won’t notice that you’ve omitted some of the main staples that bakers have come to rely upon. You will need a food processor or blender with processing capabilities to proceed with this recipe. Borrow one if you don’t have ...
Carbaholic’s Artichoke Bread
If you’re a bona fide carbaholic and you love the taste of artichokes, then this artichoke bread is most definitely for you. It comes from a website called The Girl Who Ate Everything, and being one of those ‘girls’ myself, I just knew I had to try this recipe. I am beyond happy that I did....
Oatmeal Brulee
If you love creme brulee, then this oatmeal brulee is the perfect breakfast treat for you, your family and your guests. When I found this recipe at TheViewfromGreatIsland.com, I thought I’d died and gone straight to culinary Heaven. I am an avid oatmeal eater and always look for fun ways to jazz it up. This ...
Shortcut Chocolate Cinnamon Rolls
Everyone loves a shortcut, and you’re going to especially love this one when you taste one of these chocolate cinnamon rolls. These will no doubt be put on your menu for special family times like Thanksgiving and Christmas mornings–or maybe you’ll simply choose to savor them on a spontaneous ...
Stuffed Pepper Stew
If you love the idea of a stuffed pepper, but you’re not so keen on eating an entire green (or red, yellow or orange) pepper, then this stew is definitely for you. It features all the yummy insides (and probably even more) that you would expect inside stuffed peppers, but with only about a quarter of...
Sweet Potato Cornbread
This sweet potato cornbread is the perfect accompaniment to so many dishes it’s hard to count. Serve it with barbecued pork or chicken, alongside baked beans, with chili, or with a variety of hearty fall and winter stews. It’s an excellent breakfast bread, too–pairing beautifully with all egg ...
Snickerdoodle Dessert Loaf
This snickerdoodle dessert loaf combines the sweet goodness of the all time favorite cookie recipe with the texture of a rich dessert bread. The two put together will wow people, whether they eat it for dessert or with coffee for a quick breakfast. Here are the ingredients needed to bake one loaf. For the bread: ...
Homemade Sweet Dinner Rolls
These homemade dinner rolls are lightly sweetened with a bit of honey, and their addition to any meal is a delight. You will need: 1 cup water, warmed to 105 to 115F for yeast–or according to package driections 2 1/4 teaspoons instant dry yeast 1 large egg 1/4 cup honey 3 tablespoons canola oil 1/2 teaspoon...
S’mores Cookies
These s’mores cookies bring the goodness of the campfire inside without having to sit in the chilly fall or winter weather. And while they’re not exactly like what you make over a fire, they are an excellent substitute if you’re hit with a craving. A note, however. These cookies need to be ...
Cheese and Spinach Chicken Pasta
This cheese and spinach chicken pasta combines the creamy taste of cheese and spinach dip with the hearty wholesomeness of chicken and pasta. It’s a dish the whole family will love. Here is everything needed to feed four. Ingredients: 2 and 1/2 cups uncooked penne rigate 2 chicken breasts salt pepper 2 ...
The Spaghetti Squash Meal of Your Dreams
Sure, spaghetti squash is ‘just like regular spaghetti.’ Sure it is. I’ve eaten it as a side dish and an entree, and I say ‘they’ are all liars. It doesn’t have the consistency of pasta. And it tastes like–well, squash. Then I made this recipe. Even my ‘doubting ...