Eggs and muffins are both breakfast staples. Combine the two into one ultimate, tasty, portable treat. These Bacon Cheddar Hard-Boiled Egg Breakfast Muffins are AM perfection.
An ice cream like layer of fresh strawberries and cream is sandwiched between a crisp sugar cookie crust and crumbled cookie topping in these yummy Strawberry Crunch Bars. They’re a perfect dessert and a welcome addition to any brunch spread.
This fun Cookie Monster inspired ice cream is perfect for cookie fans young and old. Creamy, no churn homemade ice cream is studded with two different kinds of cookies for the ultimate indulgent dessert. And of course we dyed it blue because how else would our homage to the beloved Sesame Street character be complete?
Compound butters build on everything we love about butter. That rich and creamy base has been given a savory upgrade. This Bacon Onion Butter has taken rich smooth butter and fortified it with crisp bacon crumbles, caramelized onions, and a savory hint of Worcestershire sauce.
Lightly spiced freshly shredded potatoes are wrapped around cubes of your favorite creamy cheese before being fried to golden brown tater tot perfection. Sometimes it’s ok, you know this whole growing up thing and with these hearty chunks of fried potato it’s clear that one of our childhood favorites was ready to grow up too. These Giant Cheesy Tater Tots are calling your name.
This recipe for Sausage Egg & Cheese Breakfast Sliders with Maple Glaze is going to quickly become your new favorite breakfast item. A layer of seasoned ground sausage, a light and fluffy scrambled egg patty, and slices of your favorite American or cheddar cheeses are sandwiched between a dozen butter flavored rolls before being brushed with a maple syrup glaze and baked. The result is a complete breakfast you can hold in your hand and really take a ‘bite’ out of.
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Salmon and broccoli are both super foods that energize the mind and body and provide them with key nutrients and minerals, essential for your health, which is one of the reasons we love pairing the two together. This Baked Teriyaki Salmon with A Sriracha Cream Drizzle does exactly that- combining good for you, oven-baked salmon fillets with a simple, homemade teriyaki marinade. This makes it perfect for anyone interested in controlling the ingredients going into their sauces, like lowering the sodium or using less sugar. A hint of spice from the sriracha cream drizzle offers a bright burst of bold flavor that pairs perfectly with the teriyaki sauce. Serve this classic fish over a bed of white rice with a generous side of steamed broccoli for a filling meal that’s low on calories but loaded with bold flavor and essential mind and body benefits.
Quick & crusty baguettes in 30 minutes flat. Say that five times fast. How many of you thought you’d ever be able to say that at all, let alone believe it? This recipe is like the best (not anymore!) kept secret on the planet. It’s so easy, it’s been called fool proof. It’s perfect for beginner bakers and as an easy introduction to from-scratch bread making. Plus, it only uses five (yes, 5) everyday ingredients you probably already have in stock.
Sweet, dark cherries stirred into a deceptively ‘skinny’ chocolate batter that’s then baked into healthy muffins that are sinfully delicious.
With these you can have your cake and eat it too, AND still feel good about it.
Do you love the taste of Pierogis, Those Eastern European dumplings stuffed with cream mashed potato goodness, but dread the amount of work involved with making the dough, stuffing, and sealing them by hand? Then this here’s the thing for you. Pierogi LASAGNA. Now it’s true you could go to the frozen food aisle and just buy a bag (and I will, in a pinch) but they can’t ever compete flavor wise with the real thing. Or even with our more modernized version.
Pasta, potatoes, cheese, and bacon. Does it get any better than that? I’m pretty sure those are the hubs and sons four favorite food groups 😉
Still, they might not be the best groups to associate with, especially all at once, if you’re watching your carb intake … Or ya know, flavor.
Alternating layers of rich cottage cheese, and creamy mashed potatoes whipped together with bacon or ham and a generous serving of cheddar cheese are sandwiched between your favorite lasagna noodles before being topped with another sprinkle of cheddar cheese and crisp, crumbled bacon and oven-baked to perfection.
You need this in your life. At least once, or twice. And with the colder days and colder nights approaching, there’s no better time of year to give it a try.
12 cooked lasagna noodles
2 cups cottage cheese
3 thinly sliced green onions with a sprinkling of salt (or 1 tsp onion salt)
2 cups grated cheddar cheese, with 1/2 cup separated
2 1/2 cups mashed potatoes
1/2 cup bacon (fried crisp and crumbled) OR diced ham.
1 onion, chopped and cooked until clear
8 slices bacon, fried crisp and crumbled
- Mix together the cottage cheese, egg and green onion, stirring until evenly combined.
2. In another bowl, mix together the 1/2 cup of cheddar cheese, the mashed potatoes, the 1/2 cup of bacon/ham crumbled and the sautéed onion.
3. Line the bottom of a greased 9 x 13″ baking dish with 4 of the lasagna noodles.
4. Spread half of the cottage cheese mixture out evenly over the noodles.
5. Add 4 additional noodles and cover evenly with half of the potato mixture.
7. Top with remaining 4 noodles, remaining cheese and crumbled bacon.
8. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
9. Serve warm with sour cream, if desired.