Enjoy two of everyone's favoritesâpizza and pastaâin one delicious Deep-Dish Pizza Casserole recipe. Try this pizza casserole recipe for weeknights.
Ground turkey and turkey bacon add lightness to a meatloaf with the taste of a bacon cheeseburger.
Quick and easy chocolate muffins with mixed berries that are also dairy and egg free.
The original recipe for this hearty shrimp and grits dish is from Bill Smith, executive chef at Crook's Corner, the landmark Southern restaurant in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Panzerotti is a favourite lunch box snack of my kids that is not only easy to make, but the biggest bonus, they taste simply divine. Panzerotti are little pizza pockets that can have savoury or sweet fillings, so you can really experiment. Panzerotti is loved by young and old and I assure you that they will become a household favourite. Bon AppÃ©tit!
I had this dressing on a simple Asian cabbage salad at a no-frills little lunch counter. The dressing was so good that I had to ask the lady there for a copy, which she was happy to share. Try this on a crispy cabbage salad and top with sunflower seeds. Enjoy!
A quick sauce made with ripe summer tomatoes and fresh herbs does double duty: It's in the savory filling and spooned over the golden-brown crust once baked. If freezing some of the calzones, you can either freeze the remaining sauce in a small zip-top plastic freezer bag, thaw in the microwave, and reheat or serve with your favorite lower-sodium marinara (we recommend Dell'Amore).
Not sure what to make for dinner? Don't sweat it! Try out this Easy Chicken Dinner and see why it'll become one of your favorite go-to recipes.
Potatoes contribute starchiness and silky thickness, while sweet carrots and salty ham balance out the peas' light, earthy flavor. Leftovers fare well in the freezer, so say hello to your new favorite make-ahead soup. Garnish with parsley and additional pepper, if desired.
A creamy honey mustard basting sauce gets added zip from steak sauce in this quick and easy grilled chicken recipe.
Olives and raisins may seem an odd combination to put with chicken, but try this Cuban-style preparation for a quick and easy weeknight main dish.
Finnish Coffee Bread for a 2 lb. breadmaker on dough setting, but can also be made in a 1 1/2 lb breadmaker. Prep time includes rising time. Recipe adapted from recipe printed on genealogia.org)
My Husband is in the artillery and every time he goes out to the field this is what he and the guys on his gun request. They were the ones that came up with the name for this wonderful drink. I love to bring it with us when we camp as well. We love it!
What could be more festive sitting atop your Christmas table this year than a candy-cane adorned cheesecake? With a chocolate crumb base and peppermint flavoured filling, this festive cheesecake absolutely looks and tastes the part.
Too bad phone and computer screens don't have scratch-and-sniff technology! These chocolatey Christmas treats smell like almonds, raspberries and coconut.
I found this at the Home Cooking section of about.com. Seems like a novel idea for the kiddies, even if you don't celebrate Christmas.
Layers of JELL-O Gelatin (and the secret to getting the marshmallows on the bottom) are just two reasons this will be the star of the Christmas buffet.
Very attractive looking appy! and good too. Had some ladies over for a crafty evening, making little Christmas thingies, the spirals went over big, and the ladies took the recipe, from Women's world.
This recipe is from Grandma B. I am especially amused when I take it to a pot luck and people think I bought it because I can top it with the neat cover the ready-made crust comes with! Very easy! Be sure to chill well for a firm cheesecake.
Pesto creates a Christmas tree look while red peppers pose as ornaments in this festive appetizer. It looksâand tastes!âgreat served with crackers.
These are yummy! The original recipe called for red and green Christmas M&Ms, but I see no reason to relegate this delicious treat to just the holidays. :)
This is the best brownie recipe I've ever used and I've used several!
Hereâs one to add to your Christmas traditions: Gather 'round the tree to sip on this festive punch thatâs sweet with a hint of holiday spice.
You know how you make something once and then you are making it for the rest of your life? Well that's how this gets it's name. I HAVE to make it every Christmas or my family revolts! Don't be put off by the seemingly long list of ingredients - it's mostly opening cans! Can be made up to 3 hours ahead however only add dressing at time of serving. (Australian measurements used.)