I love classic hummus, but this sun-dried tomato and basil hummus takes the dip to the next level. The flavors blend together perfectly, and the toasted pine nuts provide a nutty and buttery flavor. This hummus would be great to serve at any dinner party!
If you’re still searching for something sweet to give your loved one on Valentine’s Day, I’ve got just the treat for you. These Snickers blondies are sure to win him or her over–especially when vanilla bean ice cream is added to the picture!
Although this buffalo chicken wrap is extremely simple, it’s not lacking in flavor. The buffalo sauce gives the wrap just the right amount of kick, so dressing is not necessary. But, if you’re feeling rebellious, go ahead and drizzle some ranch dressing on top!
Ever since I saw the movie Chef, I’ve wanted to make the cubano sandwich featured in the film. I was able to find the recipe online and decided to give it a go. I’m sure glad I did because this was one of the best sandwiches I’ve ever tasted–SO delicious! I highly recommend making this!
Fried.Chicken.Waffle.Sandwich. Are you in? I know I’m all in, especially considering bacon and ranch are involved. ;-)
Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday break filled with family, friends, food and drink. Now it’s back to the grind!
These hearty meatballs are incredibly tender and full of flavor. The recipe makes a lot, so unless you’re serving a family, I’d suggest cutting the recipe in half or freezing the leftovers to enjoy at a later date!
Scalloped potatoes and ham always reminds me of my grandma. Although she doesn’t make it anymore, my mom and I made sure to learn the recipe; however, we adapted it by using Jarlsberg and gouda cheese, instead of my grandma’s favorite, Velveeta. :-) This hearty, comforting casserole is the perfect side dish for your Thanksgiving feast tomorrow (maybe minus the ham)!
Does this lasagna scream fall or what?! And you won’t feel too guilty eating it, considering it’s packed with veggies–butternut squash, zucchini, and spinach. :-)