Blue Apron: Fresh Ingredients, Original Recipes, Delivered to You. Strawberry Pretzel Dessert Recipe. Easy Salsa Verde White Chicken Chili. You’ll love this healthy, zesty chicken chili that just needs 6 ingredients (so easy!).
Cook it on your stovetop or in your slow cooker, then pile on your favorite toppings! I’ve been having “one of those days” every day lately. I won’t bore you with the details, but simply put: parenthood is no cake walk. It’s gross and tiring and patience testing, and some days I just want to run away to the Caribbean to sip cocktails with umbrellas like it’s my job. Okay, I want to do that every single day. So, I may be still in my pajamas.
My slow cooker is my workhorse on stressful weekdays, and this chili is the most mouthwatering meal it has turned out lately. I love to lay out lots of fun fixin’s for everyone to grab what they like. Grab your ingredients and cook up this healthy, colorful and chip-dippin’-scrumptious chili today! Craving more? Print Recipe Ingredients: Directions: Stovetop Method: Add shredded chicken, chicken broth, beans, salsa, cumin and garlic powder to a medium saucepan. How to Roast Bell Peppers - 4 Easy Roasting Methods. Spinach and Leek White Bean Soup Recipe. How to Make Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs. 1.
Place the eggs in a single layer at the bottom of a saucepan. Cover with at least an inch or two of cold water. The more eggs that are crowding the pan the more water you should have over the eggs. 2. Heat the pot on high heat and bring the water to a full rolling boil. Adding a teaspoon of vinegar to the water may help keep egg whites from running out if an egg does crack while cooking. 3. If you have the type of stove burner that doesn't retain any heat when turned off, you might want to lower the temp to low, simmer for a minute, and then turn it off. Depending on how cooked you like your hard boiled eggs, the eggs should be done perfectly in 10-12 minutes. Kale and White Bean Soup Recipe. Recipe. Eggs in avocado boat. I’ve been seeing these Eggs Baked in an Avocado Boat A LOT on the Internet over the past years and I must admit that I’ve always been beyond intrigued.
But It wasn’t until my good friend Mike, over at The Iron You (yeah, him again, and no, I’m not in love with him, in case anyone is wondering. He just happens to be a very good friend, that’s all…) gave them a shot himself that I got inspired to actually give them a try. The thing is, I’ve always had two rather major issues with the concept; major enough to stop me from ever going forward with this project. Uno- I find eggs that get baked for a fairly long time, i.e. long enough for the white to set, get really rubbery and the yolk invariably gets WAYYYYY overcooked. Easy Meatloaf Recipe. Two-Ingredient Chocolate Bark. Today, Yossy from Apt 2B Baking Co. shares her recipe for this chocolate bark, which requires just TWO ingredients.
(Wouldn’t it make a beautiful gift?) Here’s how to whip it up… Swirled Chocolate Bark by Yossy Arefi of Apt 2B Baking Co. Chocolate bark is a super quick and easy dessert to pull off—and infinitely adaptable. Just choose two types of chocolate (or even peanut butter chips!) Recipe: Chocolate Bark What you’ll need: 8 oz. finely chopped dark chocolate 6 oz. finely chopped white chocolate Toppings, optional Possible Toppings: Nuts Dried fruit Dehydrated fruit Chopped crystallized ginger Flaky salt Mini peanut butter cups M&Ms Chopped candy bars Pretzels Potato chips Tortilla chips Citrus zest Cacao nibs Cookie bits Marshmallows Graham crackers Breakfast cereal Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
In a microwave or over a double boiler, melt the dark chocolate. Pour the dark chocolate onto the parchment paper and spread it into an even layer about 1/4-inch thick. P.S. Pralines & Cream Fudge. Hi friends!
It’s amazing how missing a few days posting can feel like so looooooonnnggg! I feel like it’s been forever since we’ve had a chat. So how are ya?! My husband and I flew out to Utah last week and spent a long weekend having fun. We ate at our favorite Utah dives, went to a BYU game, bought out the BYU Bookstore, attended a blog conference (just me), went snowboarding at the Canyons (just him), toured temple square and the conference center (never gets old), and very nearly missed our flight home.
Has anyone had this experience? I won’t get into the horrifically frenzied, sweaty, tear-filled details that (I suspect) very nearly caused a rupture in my injured foot, but suffice it to say that my butt was in the seat at 5:04pm and takeoff was at 5:07pm. Hashtag ohemgee, y’all. Flourless Chocolate Cake II Recipe.