I have a friend who patiently cleaned, peeled and cubed a fresh pumpkin and then selflessly gave me some. Scratch that, a TON!
I would have never even thought of doing something like that! But now that I have it in my fridge the ideas are flowing. First, I roasted some simply with curry. D-licious! The curry powder and pumpkin were such a fun combo it gave me an idea for a curry style chili of sorts and it came out even better! Read the rest of this post »»
Sorry. I’m so excited! Little Guy and I had tons of fun making and decorating cookies today. It may just be my favorite part of the holiday season. I loved it when I was a kid and now I get to do it with my own kids. Just thinking about it makes me smile.
Of course I couldn’t just follow one of the billion sugar cookie recipes in the world. Nope. I had to research them, study the ingredient lists, and then make up my own. Read the rest of this post »»
This may be my simplest idea yet, but it was so tasty and satisfying I had to share. Plus you guys know I’m a Laughing Cow Community Leader so I’m all about sharing fun ways to use their products.
You guys may also know how I feel about pausing and making a snack versus just grabbing something out of the pantry and munching. Sometimes–ok, ok a lot of the times–I have a habit of grabbing a bag of chips, a container of salsa and going to town. Read the rest of this post »»
I made this on Thursday. THURSDAY! I hate when I can’t post something I’ve eaten within 24 hours. It just bugs me. Not sure why, it really doesn’t matter when I post it, does it?
Anyway, I did whip this up to cure a pizza craving and I couldn’t be happier. Using a little bit of 3 different cheese adds wonderful flavor. Making it indulgent when it really isn’t! The whole pizza weighs in at less then 250 calories! Read the rest of this post »»
You are going to think I’m crazy but I’ve made this dish twice in 2 days. First was last night when I served it over some quinoa. I was SHOCKED when the husband devoured his plate. Read the rest of this post »»
I had a little Gouda leftover from this years Harvest Salad and decided to put all the same flavors from the salad into a quesadilla. I just can’t get enough of the smokey gouda/sweet craisin combo. It goes great with turkey and adding in the earthy Brussels sprouts rounded everything out. Dip it in a little leftover gravy and you got a taste of heaven. Read the rest of this post »»