from the worthingham family. stolen from a blogger.
i adapted this recipe and added heaps of vegetables because it's one of the only ways i eat them! this spaghetti sauce has no added fat unless you serve it with cheese. you can pre-cook the vegetables in the microwave to make the cooking a bit faster.
my friend amy recently sent me her recipe for her sweet zucchini bread. this is "...one of our all-time fave recipes for something dessert-like, even if it isn't specific to thanksgiving." when her daughter brought home a baseball-bat sized zucchini this
we were shopping last week when my husband commented again on how we can't find his favorite frozen snack anymore. we used to buy a box of bagel dogs every time we went to costco but costco has long since stopped carrying them. we also would buy the min
this soup is fantastic! think of a loaded baked potato with butter, sour cream, onion, cheese, and bacon. now picture it as a creamy bowl of delicious soup. yum! potatoes are used skin and all so be sure to scrub them well.
i originally got this idea from a dessert i had at joe's crab shack. my husband and i loved it so much, that i gave the combination a shot and it turned out just like what my husband and i had eaten at the restaurant. if you have a favorite crepe recipe,
buying gourmet muffins for a mother's day treat is a nice idea, but it can set you back some serious cash if you head to a fancy bakery. but in less than an hour you can bake a dozen luxurious banana-coconut muffins for less than 50 cents each.
it was cold and icy today; the kind of day to stay inside. my 4 year old and i decided we wanted to bake, but i was out of white or whole wheat pastry flours. so i went on a search of things we could make with my assorted different flours. this is adap
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