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Zucchini Parmesan Bites - Sugar Apron. We’re meat-eaters.

Zucchini Parmesan Bites - Sugar Apron

Heathen meat-eaters. People often say they can’t live without meat. I don’t think they mean it literally. I think they mean “I think it would be very difficult to live without meat.”, but sometimes it’s just cheaper to have a meal without meat. So if you dress up your veggies, and serve them up like these Zucchini Parmesan Bites, you won’t miss the meat. Plus, your wallet will equally be as happy as your bellies. Ingredients : 1/2 cup vegetable oil 1 cup Breadcrumbs 1 tablespoon thyme 1 tablespoon paprika Pinch oregano Pinch garlic powder Pinch salt Pinch black pepper 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese 2 zucchinis, thinly sliced to 1/4-inch thick rounds 1/2 cup all-purpose flour 2 large eggs, beaten Preparation method on the next page.

6 Tips for Flawless Kale Chips + All-Dressed Kale Chips recipe. I’ve suffered through one too many batches of burned or soggy kale chips over the years.

6 Tips for Flawless Kale Chips + All-Dressed Kale Chips recipe

It took me a while to master my baked kale chip recipe, but I’ve learned some valuable lessons along the way and I’d like to pass my tips along to you! From the good ‘ol Culinary School of Hard Knocks (aka: my kitchen) to you. Gotta love it. 6 Tips for Flawless Kale Chips + All-Dressed Kale Chips recipe. Crispy Cauliflower Buffalo Wings (Gluten-Free!)

Starbucks Hot Chocolate Copycat Recipe. Copycat Levain Bakery Chocolate Chip Cookies - Broma Bakery. Oven Fried Ranch Cauliflower Bites with Dean’s Buffalo Ranch Dip. This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Dean’s Dip for SocialSpark.

Oven Fried Ranch Cauliflower Bites with Dean’s Buffalo Ranch Dip

All opinions are 100% mine. Party Cheese Ball. Party Cheese Ball. Perfect Snickerdoodles Recipe with Chewy Middles. Just the name “Snickerdoodles” is enough for us to fall in love.

Perfect Snickerdoodles Recipe with Chewy Middles

There is a lot more to love, though. These are cinnamon sugar coated butter cookies that are chewy and almost cake-like in the middle with a little crunch around the edges. The cookies taste of sweetened butter, a hint of vanilla and then our favorite, a little tang from cream of tartar. The coating is made from a generous amount of ground cinnamon and sugar.

These are a very simple cookie to make. What is Cream of Tartar and Why Does It Need to Be in My Cookies? Baked Cinnamon Sugar Donuts. Welp, I'm back from my beach vacation and am now writing this post next to my snowy window.

Baked Cinnamon Sugar Donuts

Sorry for the lack of posting this week. California Sushi. Whoa, I just went on a blogging frenzy and wrote like 9 new posts.

California Sushi

I won't bombard you with them all at once so I'll post them throughout the week. ;) I make this quiet often because it's healthy and yummy. Ingredients: imitation crab cucumbers avacados. Buffalo Quinoa Bites. Are you guys pumped as I am for the NFC and AFC championships this weekend?

Buffalo Quinoa Bites

I'm rooting for the Broncos this season since Giants didn't make it to the playoffs.I adore Peyton BRONCOS! Plus my beloved cousin Cristina is a die-hard Patriots fan (because she’s from Boston...I know, nobody’s perfect) and I think a little rivalry in the family makes it a little more fun. [And for all of you that have no idea what I’m talking about, this is American football talk.]So far the playoff games have been close and exciting, I’m sure this weekend Conference Finals will deliver.Okay, enough about football for now, let’s talk about football food. If you're hosting a football party at your house this Sunday, there are a few classics you should serve (note the use of “should”).Nachos, dips, BBQ baked beans, pulled pork or chili, just to name a few.But imho the official food of football is Buffalo wings (aka chicken wings).Delicious chicken wings coated in an fingerlicking spicy sauce. Jalapeno Popper Dip! Creamy cheesy and delicious!

Chewy Skor Toffee Bits Cookies Recipe - - 29757. Chronicles from a Vermont foodie: Spinach Artichoke Dip. September 10, 2013.

Chronicles from a Vermont foodie: Spinach Artichoke Dip

Microwave Chocolate Mug Brownie Recipe - - 349246. Cancel TOP Filters What's in Your Fridge?

Microwave Chocolate Mug Brownie Recipe - - 349246

Chewy Skor Toffee Bits Cookies. While grocery shopping a month or so ago, I was stocking up on the necessary baking related items when I noticed something new by the chocolate chips: toffee bits!

Chewy Skor Toffee Bits Cookies

I immediately picked them up and stuck them in the cart, but Stephen gave me a look. I have a habit of grabbing ingredients with the intention of using them, but waiting ages to actually getting around to it. Brittany Cooks: Chewy Skor Toffee Bits Cookies. When I first moved away from home I was sad to leave my mom and sister, but was more excited then anything else about being on my own. That was nearly 8 years ago (seriously?). Now I’m half a planet away from my family, and I wish more then anything I could have spent mother's day with my mom. We skyped a bit after she had her mother's day brunch (including blueberry stuffed French toast and mimosas...jealous). At any rate, I’ll be home soon enough (sometime next month), and we can celebrate mother’s day and her birthday (June 1) together then.

Back in December, my awesome mother sent me a Christmas happy package along with a few gifts from my sister. A quick google search led me to these amazing cookies. Looks healthy to me! Simple Strawberry Freezer Jam. Strawberries are in season, and they are beautiful, sweet, and inexpensive right now. When I was little, we used to have a strawberry patch in our backyard. We’d pick a few quarts, then my parents would make jam, and we’d have strawberry shortcake for dinner. Well, now I buy my berries at Publix, but the tradition continues! Freezer jam is SO easy. If you’ve never made jam or jelly before, then start with freezer jam. Start by buying a package of fruit pectin and some jars. Strawberry Bread Recipe. Five Days... 5 Ways: Try-it Tuesday: Tomato Basil Flowers. So, it’s never a good idea to start a post with a warning about how bad the pics are going to be, but I just can’t help myself in this case.

I’ve been meaning to show you how to make the Tomato Basil Flowers from the Enchanted Summer Dinner Party I hosted several months ago, but the timing was never right…until it had to be. In other words, I had all the “ingredients,” I was making them for dinner anyway, and, by golly, I was getting this darn tutorial photographed. However, after discovering that the batteries in both my Rebel and our back-up camera were dead (and I didn’t have enough daylight to wait for either to charge), I got a little desperate and decided to test out the camera on my Galaxy (phone).

Meh. Five Days... 5 Ways: Try-it Tuesday: Cheesy Spinach Artichoke Dip. If you were to look at what I’ve been whipping up in the kitchen on a whim lately, you’d be a little worried about my everyday eating habits. Last night, it was a from-scratch chocolate cake with homemade chocolate cream cheese icing—ugliest cake you’ve ever seen, but, Holy Jeepers! Was it divine! And last week, my husband mentioned something about spinach, artichoke dip, and I paused, stared at him for a moment, then said, “I think I have all of the ingredients for that in the pantry!” An hour later, we were enjoying ooey gooey mouthfuls of cheesy, spinach-artichokey goodness. I snagged a basic recipe off the internet, and, with a few tweaks, achieved perhaps our favorite version of this rare treat yet. So, of course, being the nice blogger I am and all, I thought I’d spread the love (in other words, if my hips are gonna spread, so are yours!) The Tuesday Treat: Flourless Almond Butter Cookies.

Flourless Almond Butter Cookies, inspired by The Gourmet Cookbook The cookies that started it all: who knew leaving out the flour could yield such crisply delicious, melt-in-your-mouth cookies? Hello, Yummy: Roasted Chick Peas. Say "hello" to your next snack addiction. And before you say you don't need another addiction, you should know this one is actually nutritious and won't de-rail your plans to get in shape before swimsuit season.A friend of mine in Spain/Morocco recently posted about her love of Roasted Chick Peas on Facebook and they sounded so good, I had to try them for myself. (Thanks, Gretchen!) "Things I Know For Sure" Thursday. Party Palate Planning. Merry 2 Days After Christmas! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas Day and that the holidays are treating you well. We pulled up in our driveway at 3:30 this morning from a wonderful Christmas with Cameron's parents (with a detour on the way home to the only movie theater within 200 miles that was showing Les Miserables, and 3 stops at three different stores looking for a queen size electric blanket).

So now today I get to clean up our car vomit (you know...everything you crammed in your car during vacation that just gets tossed 2 feet from the door when you're unloading in the dead of night) so that we can decorate our Christmas tree tonight. We're bound and determined that we're going to do this...even if it takes us until the 4th of July.

Christmas in July? Downeast Maine Pumpkin Bread Recipe. Sure, He's Cheesy, But He's Oh So Cute. Cripsy Kale: The Non-Junk Food. I'm one of those moms that makes her kids eat something green with pretty much every meal. My Dad's Famous Onion Dip. Mmmm...Fall! British Tea Party: Part Three...the Food. Baked Crispy Kale Recipe. Friday, December 18, 2009.