Carbs and cheese, what’s not to love about this classic dish? This recipe is bounds above anything you could get in a box, and honestly, not a whole lot harder. Boil some noodles, make a cheese sauce, and if you like you could just stop there, or top with cheese and bake it for even more cheesy goodness. What are you waiting for?
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Fall is upon us. I saw the Pumpkin Spice Latte advertisements and somewhere in the world, the leaves are changing. Ugg boots just increased in price and scarves are getting pulled out from the back of the closet. I decided that if fall is upon us, then I needed some cornbread and chili, but what is the best brand?
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Now before you roll your eyes and start scrolling off to somewhere else on the internet, hear me out. I didn’t grow up on meatloaf, so when I made it, I didn’t know it was supposed to be excessively greasy, dry, and be forced upon a family at least once a week. Okay, I’m kidding, but seriously, this stuff is darn delicious and doesn’t fit meatloaf stereotypes. This recipe is full of flavor, easy to whip up, and is one of Derek’s favorites.
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If you have been gluten-free (GF) for a hot second you’ll know that the bagels in stores are either cruddy, lifeless bread rolls with a hole in the middle, are stupidly expensive, or (most of the time) it’s both. I have yet to find a single GF bagel that even vaguely reminds me of a bagel. So, I turned to my kitchen, floured up my hands, and got to work. Our pantry has been taken over from this escapade, and I think I may have finally found a good recipe, or two!
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I have never tried a premade gluten-free (GF) mix before this. I see them everywhere and I feel like every day a new one enters the battlefield that is GF. While on a recent trip to the grocery store I found an overwhelming amount of brownie mixes. There were six all in one store. It got me thinking, with all the choices and the huge range in price, how can anyone pick just one? Well, that’s what I’m here for! I tried, described, and ranked eight of the most popular GF brownie mixes.
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This simple syrup is an amazingly delightful flavor concoction that I stumbled upon because I stupidly thought Moscow Mules were ginger and mint instead of ginger and lime, oh well, happy accident! This syrup is delicious on its own in a mocktail or cocktail and has a variety of uses.
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Here is a tried and true recipe for the pancakes that are all the rage right now. I made this four times to get it just right, and am very happy with the results! If you’ve been hearing about this craze but are GF and can’t just buy them from somewhere else and/or are worried that a GF recipe just won’t be worthwhile, drop what you’re doing and make these right now. I promise they will work and they will be some of the best pancakes your taste buds have encountered.
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Get ready for some mouthwatering, tummy-rumbling food photos. I am absolutely in love with this recipe. It is easy and delicious. Only 3 ingredients! The pork is tender, juicy and almost steak-like. The Korean BBQ sauce is sweet, soy-saucy, and has a tiny bit of spice (but isn’t hot on the tongue). Honestly, Korean BBQ is unlike anything I have ever had before. I’ve been kind of tired of the overly sweet and tangy American style BBQ sauce and am glad there is a new savory alternative we have clung to.
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Do you ever have those moments where you’re worn out on junk food and just want something fresh? That’s been me for the last few weeks. I simply want a big plate of fresh, home-cooked food that isn’t greasy or overly salty, buuuuut I still want it to be good food (yes, you can have it both ways). This dish is just that — light, but filling, fresh and the perfect way to add a bit of Mexican spice to your day. Plus, this recipe is super easy to whip up! Cut up a few veggies, pop everything into the oven and wait for the belly-filling, gloriously delicious food to be ready. Continue reading “Fajita Style Burrito Bowl (vegan, gluten-free, grain-free)” →
Hello, Lovelies! I hope you are all doing wonderfully. I have a brand new series starting today (this post is it)! This little series will be dedicated to trying new food, exploring cultures, and inviting you to do the same. Life is too short to not explore the world around us. This little series will be about just that — exploring new foods. I strongly believe that trying food is a great way to “travel” without all the expense and time. I mean, think about it, besides shopping and sightseeing why do we travel? FOR FOOD!! So go out into your town and see what there is around you, you don’t have to travel to be connected to the world around you, you just need an open mind and a willingness to try! If you need some ideas on great food to look for or maybe you are like me and need a nudge to try new things, well… that’s what I’m here for! Every second and fourth Monday of each month will be dedicated to exploring a new food and reporting back to you. Let’s get started!
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Gooey marshmallow, warm chocolate, crunchy graham, sweet banana, spiced peanut butter and all perfectly toasted and melted together. The quintessential summer dessert is getting a makeover and doesn’t require a campfire for those of us who can’t go camping this year. 20 minutes is all that stands in between you and this truly deliciously decedent summer dessert, what are you waiting for?
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Ladies and Gents, dust off your blender and put the kids to bed early! We’re gonna have some adult time (not that kind of adult time, I’m trying to be family friendly here) because we’re making MUDSLIDES as a MILKSHAKE. I hope your cheat day is today because you’re gonna need it. If you ain’t got plans to go shopping you better make some so you can pick up these ingredients and get your drink on (you’re my kinda person if you happen to have all ingredients on hand). This milkshake is delicious, boozy and pumped full of chocolate, what more could you want?
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I got this recipe originally from a mom, who I babysat for, a while back. She would eat these most days for lunch and one day made me some. I couldn’t believe a salad without ranch could taste that good!
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