Recipes to Try
Chiles Rellenos with Chicken
The Best Chocolate Mousse of Your Life Under 5 Minutes : Cafe Fernando – Food Blog - best chocolate mousse - best chocolate mousse recipe - chocolate chantilly - chocolate mousse recipe - herve this - ChocolateDecember 22nd, 2010 | Category: Chocolate Two ingredients (seriously, only chocolate and water) and five minutes later, you will be eating The Best Chocolate Mousse of Your Life. I promise. And you don’t even need any fancy kitchen gadgets.
Super-Bowl Recipe: Bacon-Cheddar Twice-Baked Potatoes Make these ahead and bake them off right before serving. My love for the twice-baked potato knows no bounds. I mean, we're basically talking about mashed potatoes mixed with cheese and other good things, stuffed inside a potato skin, and baked until crispy. How could that be bad? Answer: it can't. I'll eat these any old time and with all manner of fillings.
Vegetarian Recipe: Korean Dolsot Bibimbap When I think of my favorite comfort foods, the vast majority of them are, shall we say, a bit wanting in the nutrition department. Dolsot bibimbap is the exception. Like mac and cheese or potato pancakes, this popular Korean dish has plenty of carbs – but it's also a well-balanced meal, with a rainbow of vegetables and protein crowning the bowl of hot, steaming rice.
Vegan & Gluten-Free Recipe: No-Bake Sunflower-Oat Bars Vegan, gluten and nut-free, these tasty no-bake bars are the perfect on-the-go breakfast or snack. Breakfast is a pretty big deal at my house. I wake up and immediately start thinking about the first thing I get to eat for the day (if it hasn't already been planned it out at dinner the night before). On the mornings I can be found running out the door before the sun rises and baked eggs/french toast/pumpkin pancakes are an impossible option, these bars are a fantastic choice. Not only are they easy to throw together (no bake!)
Bananas are an amazing fruit. All by themselves they can turn into creamy, delicious ice cream, and eaten alone they are a satisfying snack. But they also do wonders in baked goods: Bananas take the place of sugar, eggs and fat in these wondrously chewy, yummy snack bars. These bars have no added sugar, you can whip them up in just a few minutes, and they'll take care of breakfast, after-school snacks, and dessert. Amazing? You bet.
Shirred eggs, or oeufs en cocotte as they are known in France, accompanied by toast soldiers (thinly-sliced sections of toast) are one of the most glamorous, velvety breakfast dishes around. Once you go shirred, you'll never fry an egg again! Why make such a bold claim? Read on to find out. "Shirred" eggs are essentially baked eggs with the addition of cream, fresh herbs, and a little cheese. Recipe: Shirred Eggs with Toast Soldiers Six Ingredients (and Salt)
What do our fellow bloggers, writers, and online friends eat, first thing in the morning? We are asking some friends to share their favorite morning nourishment with us. I will cook and eat it too, and bring you their thoughts on what to eat first thing in the morning. This morning Deb shares a recipe for scrambled eggs with chives and goat cheese on toast. It sounds simple, but as with all things wonderfully delicious, it's all in the details of this divine preparation of a breakfast classic. Scrambled Egg Toast from Deb of Smitten Kitchen Breakfast with a Blogger
Strawberry–Nutella Pop Tarts from Kasey of Turntable Kitchen Breakfast with a Blogger What do our fellow bloggers, writers, and online friends eat, first thing in the morning? We are asking some friends to share their favorite morning nourishment with us. I will cook and eat it too, and bring you their thoughts on what to eat first thing in the morning. Do the words "homemade pop tart" strike a chord within your soul?
Egg in a Basket from Joy of Oh Joy! Breakfast with a Blogger What do our fellow bloggers, writers, and online friends eat, first thing in the morning? We are asking some friends to share their favorite morning nourishment with us. I will cook and eat it too, and bring you their thoughts on what to eat first thing in the morning. Is there a better way get your morning started than with this ahem, joyful, Egg in a Basket breakfast from Joy herself?
Mac & cheese can be a true comfort on a gloomy day, and our healthy update takes advantage of extra-sharp Cheddar balanced with creamy low-fat cottage cheese and tucks a layer of spinach into the middle, which may help picky eaters down their vegetables. Whole-wheat pasta adds robust flavor and extra fiber. From EatingWell: Winter 2004, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004) Yield: 4 servings Active Time: 25 minutes Total Time: 55 minutes Ingredients Baked Mac & Cheese