Crispy onion soup potatoes are a deliciously easy side dish. These addicting three ingredient roasted potatoes are perfectly crunchy on the outside but beautifully tender on the inside. Onion soup mix packs them full of flavor with no extra work. You’ll want to make this easy roasted potato recipe over and over again!
Cooking fish, especially salmon, may seem scary- but it actually doesn’t get any easier than with this Oven Baked Buttery Lemon Pepper Salmon. A seasoned salmon dinner is only 20 minutes away with this delicious sheet pan recipe.
Breakfast doesn’t get any easier, if you’ve got a cast iron pan, than this sweet Mixed Berry Cast Iron Pancake. Quick & easy, it makes a great start to the day on busy morning, or an easy brunch on the weekends. Either way, you can’t go wrong.
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A secret ingredient is the key to these quick and easy Baked Pecan Praline Donuts. Cinnamon, honey and vanilla flavored baked donuts are topped with a sweet cream glaze for an amazing treat. Sprinkle on some candied pecans for the piece de resistance. Add a little bit of happiness to your morning, noon, or night with this yummy snack.
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Moist and spongy, we’ve packed the flavors of chocolate malt and cake into one wholesome donut recipe. Studded with chocolate chips, and topped with sifted powdered sugar– pair these Baked Chocolate Malt Donuts with a cold glass of milk for a great way to start or end your day.
Not gonna lie, my favorite appetizer ever is probably TGI Friday’s green bean fries. We’ve given them a few healthier modifications to turn them into these Crispy, Oven Baked Green Bean Fries. It’s the best of both worlds! Now you can enjoy one of your favorite snacks, without any eater’s remorse.
I can’t think of anything more American to devour on Thanksgiving than an ooey-gooey heap of caramelized apples piled into a crispy, buttery crust.
A good apple pie can be oh-so-good, but a bad one, well, it’s just flat out depressing.
Unfortunately a lot can go wrong when it comes to the classic dessert, and I’ve yet to find/perfect a solid pie crust recipe. But the sons and I have found a way to still get our festive fix.
All the makings of a great apple pie, in a fun taquito shape. Apple Pie Taquitos. It’s genius!
And, again, it’s fun. And the sons and I are all about some fun. Serve em up warm from the oven with a drizzle of caramel syrup and a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream for a delicious dessert you’ll really be thankful for!
Apple Pie Taquitos
recipe adapted from Jo Cooks
1 20 oz can of apple pie filling
12 medium soft tortillas
¼ cup butter, melted
½ cup sugar
1 tsp cinnamon
caramel syrup, optional
1. Combine the cinnamon and sugar on a plate.
2. Empty the can of pie filling onto a cutting board and chop up the apples into bite-sized pieces.
3. Lay a tortilla flat and top with about 3 tablespoons of the apple pie filling. Tightly roll up the tortilla. Brush the outsides of the taquito with butter, then roll it in the sugar/cinnamon mixture to coat the outside. Place the taquito in a 9×13 inch baking dish. Repeat with remaining tortillas and apple pie filling.
4. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes or until the taquitos start to get golden on top. Drizzle with caramel syrup before serving.
A simple pork chop is marinaded in ranch dressing, coated in a thick Italian bread crumb topping, and baked to crispy perfection. These Crispy, Baked Italian Ranch Pork Chops are a tasty new way to make an easy, family favorite pork chop supper.