A sweet Valentine's Day dessert - Conversation Heart Cheesecakes. I've heard people, including my husband, say, "I've never met a cheesecake I didn't like.
" Well, I can't say the same. I've been known to pay upwards of $10 for a slice of cheesecake and take one bite and shove it aside. To me, cheesecake should be so lusciously creamy and smooth that it just melts in my mouth, and tastes delicately rich with just a hint of tang from the cream cheese. I wont settle for dense, spongy, crumbly and or sour cheesecake; it better be good if I'm going to indulge in that may calories. If its bad, I'd rather throw it away, or feed it to my less picky husband:) Many years ago, after many failed attempts at finding that perfect cheesecake recipe, I discovered it. So, when I decided to make heart shaped cheesecakes to look like conversation hearts, there was no doubt in my mind what recipe I'd use.
To color my cheesecake hearts, I decided to keep it simple and used liquid food coloring. I think these hearts make the perfect size dessert. Ingredients: 1 cup sugar. Watermelon Fudge. My kids get out of school this week.
It’s a blessing and a curse. No more schedules, no more homework, no more packing lunches… In it’s place, I get kids home all day. Everyday. Of course I love my children. But, I am thinking that we need to get some summer activities figured out, so we don’t spiral into dangerous, “I love you, but I’m ready to kill you” territory. And really, while the kids are at school my job involves playing in sugar…which I am thinking might not be so good for my kids to help me with all day. They are notorious spoon lickers, finger dunkers and sugar-high catchers. So yeah, summer is finally here and I am officially scared. But before my children officially take over my house for the next 2 1/2 months, let’s talk fudge.
It’s actually summer fudge. Watermelon fudge. Weird? You can make it look like watermelon or taste like watermelon…or both! For flavoring you’ll need this… It’s watermelon oil flavoring and it’s tasty. Spray the pan lightly with cooking spray. Ingredients Notes. Making Jam 2: Strawberry Balsamic. Quick & Cheesy Chicken Pot Pie. For the longest time my quick, go-to Chicken Pot Pie recipe involved canned cream of chicken soup and a homemade biscuit topping.
I’m *trying* to stay away from processed foods and to feed my family more naturally, so I came up with this recipe. Which, in my mind, tastes way better then the original anyways. I simplified it with an even easier biscuit topping, using the homemade bisquick mix that I always keep on hand in my fridge. The cheesy sauce is such a breeze to make that it honestly hardly takes any longer then throwing in a can of soup, and the yummy taste and healthful benefits more then make up for it. The added cheese in the crust really puts this over the top for me, making it that much more hearty and comforting. This would be a perfect way to use up any Thanksgiving leftovers whether that be turkey, ham or vegetables. How are you going to be using up those Thanksgiving leftovers? Quick & Cheesy Chicken Pot Pie Ingredients Filling Cheese Sauce Biscuit Topping Instructions.
Food - Recipes : Fairy cakes. Avalanche Bars. This deliciously addictive treat was introduced to me at a place called The Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.
Ever been there? They have shelves and shelves of delicious looking candy apples and homemade fudge that I would always be THIS close to buying…but being a bit of a cheapskate I always went for one of the least expensive thing there…the Avalanche Bar. At like, $3.50 it was still overpriced, but oh so worth it. A strange but wonderful combination of white chocolate, peanut butter and marshmallow it is like rice krispie treat on steroids! Unfortunately, the RMCF closest to my house has since closed, so I was without by beloved Avalanche Bar.
Until now. I have no idea why I would have ever spent so much money on these treats when they are so simple to make. Oh yeah, and the ingredients…duh Avalanche Bars Get some peanut butter and white chocolate ready. Melt them both together Add in your cereal and let that sit for a bit. Cut into squares! Ingredients How to Make About the Author Hi! Proper Pizzas. This recipe is almost too good to share... but seeing as it's you, I'll spill.This is the only pizza base recipe you'll ever need.Once you've made it, you'll soon know it by heart and be able to whip it up in a flash.Soon you'll be so used to your delicious, thin, crispy, chewy pizzas that you wont be able to look at a Dominos in the same way again!
I kept mine simple with a tomato sauce, a swirl of homemade pesto and buffalo mozzarella, but you can use anything that takes your fancy. Four cheeses? Peperoni? Black olive, anchovy & fried egg pizza anyone? This dough recipe makes enough for about 4 medium pizzas. In a jug mix together your water, sugar, yeast & oil. Use a metal spoon to slowly stir the flour into the liquid.
Now, flour your work surface & hands, pick up your dough and knead until you have a fairly smooth, springy dough. Flour a large mixing bowl & place your dough inside. Lightly dust with flour. Now the dough needs about an hour to prove, so leave it well alone. Ps. Frosted bake shop: drink. I love lemonade in the summer!
I found this recipe a while ago and make it every time I have a watermelon. It is really refreshing and my kids love it! 8 cups cubed and seeded watermelon 1 cup strawberries, halved 1/2 cup fresh lemon juice 1 cup white sugar 2 cups water (you may substitute Sprite or 7-up instead of water) Combine all the ingredients and blend until it is smooth (you may have to do it in 2 batches!) Enjoy! Hawaiian Grilled Chicken & Pineapple. The following content was Provided by www.GroceryBudget101.com "We're Not Penny Pinching, We're Benji Pinching!
" This simple grilled Hawaiian Chicken recipe combines pineapple, ginger, sesame and a hint of garlic into delicious kebabs making a Fabulous light, yet filling dish during hot weather. It goes wonderfully with steamed jasmine rice. * 3 tablespoons soy sauce * 3 tablespoons brown sugar * 2 tablespoons Rice Vinegar or sherry * 1 tablespoon sesame oil * 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger * 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder * 1 1/2 pounds skinless, boneless chicken breast halves - cut into 2 inch pieces * Fresh Pineapple cut into slices * 1/2 c. fresh pineapple, chopped into small pieces, juice reserved * skewers Basting Sauce * 1 T. In a small bowl mix the soy sauce, brown sugar, rice vinegar, sesame oil, ginger, and garlic powder.
Preheat grill to medium-high heat. Thread the chicken pieces onto the skewers. If you'd like to baste your chicken during cooking, you can make a light basting sauce.