You know how you find a shirt or pair of pants that you love — fits great, looks fantastic — and you buy it in every color? That’s kind of how I feel about this creamy garlic pasta. I came across this recipe by Rock Recipes while perusing dishes that feature scallops. I generally take user ratings with a grain of salt, but man, did … Continue reading I’ve made this recipe for creamy garlic pasta three times — and it just keeps getting better
There’s something infinitely rewarding about making a cake from scratch. It could be licking every stage of batter and frosting, but I think it’s knowing that you did it all yourself, it wasn’t impossible and you can do it again, with modifications even. Continue reading You’ll love this Lovelight chocolate chiffon cake with chocolate whipped cream
The leek scalloped potatoes dish at Ghyslain stood out for its delicate onion and peppery notes, as well as the cream sauce in which the potatoes bathed. Seriously, it’s so good, I couldn’t help but try to replicate it. Continue reading The best of both worlds combines in these leek au gratin potatoes
Foiled!: Easy, Tasty Tin Foil Meals by Jesseca Hallows is billed as a campfire cookbook, but you can make any of these meals in your oven, too. Actually, I’d highly encourage it. Continue reading Foiled! — not just a campfire cookbook
I’ve posted a bunch of great desserts before, but this is the one I am most excited to share with you — and that’s saying a lot considering I typically don’t enjoy this particular sweet.
You know what I’m talking about — that powdery, elastic, spongy confection called marshmallow. Continue reading I’m nuts for these Nutella marshmallows
To be honest, I don’t even drink that many smoothies. I eat lots of fruit, sure, but I don’t usually crave smoothies because a lot of them contain yogurt. I not a huge fan.
Luckily, I stumbled across a recipe on Yummly that promised a healthier smoothie with no yogurt. And after making it, I can honestly say this is nearly full-on fruit — so much so that it reminds me of the olden days when I juiced fruits and veggies into frothy sippables. Continue reading Mornings are more manageable with this strawberry-mango smoothie
Before I borrowed “No-Churn Ice Cream” by Leslie Bilderback from the library, I’d experimented with coffee, caramel fudge ripple and blackberry no-churn ice creams. The coffee turned out amazing; the others were a major letdown. Until this book, I didn’t understand why nor how to fix them. Continue reading A no-churn ice cream cookbook that’ll give you chills — and thrills