This is one of those ‘I-need-a-cookie-right-now-or-I-die’ recipes that can be prepared in almost no time. We all know that kind of situation, don’t we? I definitely do, I confess. And you know what?
We are carb lovers at our house, so when I saw the Braided Spaghetti Bread recipe in the Rhodes Home Baked Family Favorites with frozen dough cookbook I knew we would love it. This is a really simple recipe; it just takes a little planning for thawing the dough. It will take 2-3 hours for the bread loaf to thaw to room temperature or 1-2 hours for the rolls to thaw to room temperature. You will need: 1 Loaf Rhodes Bread Dough or 12 Rhodes Dinner Rolls, thawed to room temperature 6 oz spaghetti, cooked 1 cup thick spaghetti sauce 8 oz mozzarella cheese, cut into 1/2 –inch cubes 1 egg white Parmesan cheese Parsley flakes
1 brownie mix 2 sticks softened butter 1 Cup granulated sugar 3/4 Cup packed light brown sugar 2 eggs
I’ve tried lots of brownie recipes: Boxes, scratch, frosted, plain, nuts, chips, fudge … Each of them has something to like, but depending on my mood I might want a change of pace. Not any more. My wife found this recipe, and it’s perfect. I’m done looking. This is the brownie recipe that I’ll use from now on. Ingredients
Ever since I saw the movie “The Holiday” I’m wondering if there are actually places that let you swap the house for a few days to a week. I love day-dreaming there are places like that and one day I pack a backpack and switch house with an Italian or even a French family. I don’t speak Italian or French but I love cheese and that’s a great reason to visit, don’t you think? Plus the French pasties, oh my, the flaky buttery pastries.
108.6K Flares 108.6K Flares × I’ve posted fruit leather recipes before, but if I haven’t convinced you yet, let me try again: making your own fruit leather is super easy. Super easy. And when you make it yourself, you’re making it without food coloring, without sugar, and without artificial flavors. Just fruit, nothing else.
This post comes to you from damply beautiful Seattle, Washington! Yes, kids, I am in Seattle for BlogHer Food 2012 and not just as an attendee, but I am speaking ! I am nervous, but terribly excited, and ready to get the party started!
Using ingredients you probably have in your pantry, this delicious oatmeal is easy to mix and only takes 20 minutes to bake. Blogger Maria Lichty suggests setting up a little buffet of toppings with dried fruits and nuts to add when the oatmeal comes out of the oven. Kids will love organizing the ingredients and customizing their own morning bowl—as well as making something yummy for your breakfast. Get the recipe .
Last week, it was pointed out to me that among the 750 recipes in the archives , there is but a single recipe that utilizes broccoli . Just one! (It’s a great one , though.) For comparison, there are 11 recipes that use cauliflower and 26 with mushrooms . What terrible oversight could have led to this? I buy broccoli (and its friends ) approximately once a week, year-round but this wasn’t always the case.
Thursdays around here are now Thirsty Thursdays, where I’ll share recipes for cocktails, mocktails, and just plain old nectar of the gods like this Cold-Brewed Iced Coffee. (See also: Meatless Mondays and Tuesday Tips . It’s gettin’ all crazy and stuff here on the Kitchen Treaty blog.) I started making my iced coffee this way a couple of years ago, thanks to this New York Times recipe that convinced me to do so. You add coffee grounds to cold water and let it sit at room temperature for several hours. Then you strain it through a coffee filter, and the result is a deep, rich, dark, and caffeine-packed glass of iced coffee.