When you want a full meal in a bowl that’s filling, healthy, completely flavor-packed, and is keto friendly too, then look no further than this meat and cheese Chef’s Salad with Homemade Blue Cheese Dressing! You’re going to love just how easy it is to prepare with the help of some grocery store shortcuts!
You may say to yourself after reading the ingredient list “Hey!” “What in the world is ground cinnamon and cocoa powder doing in a savory recipe like this?” “And what about the butter and lime juice?” “She has really gone off the deep end with this recipe!” “Has Renee lost her mind?!!”
And my answer would be…Well. Maybe. But not about this recipe.
When it comes to the Thanksgiving dinner, I like to experiment with my menu as well as serve the tried and true traditional recipes my family loves and expects. This way we’re all happy…and stuffed! Even if you don’t like to travel off-course when it comes to tradition, I hope you’ll enjoy and appreciate this Thanksgiving Turkey Recipe Roundup for Friday’s Featured Food Feastings! Gobble. Gobble
If you’re a taco Tuesday type of gal, then you may want to switch things up just a wee little bit by serving these Healthy Southwestern Turkey Taco Stuffed Avocados. If, by chance, you don’t think these are your style because you’d be missing the crunch from a traditional taco shell, then why not crunch a few chips over the top to garnish? This way you still have the crunch you desire, but you’ll also be cutting back on a few of the carbs as well.
I’ve always been all about the pretzel. Whether it’s a soft, warm pretzel that’s been slathered with yellow mustard, or a large, fragrant, yeasty pretzel bun, which elevates a delicious burger from good, to great! It’s always the pretzel that makes things memorable. Always.
When it comes to Thanksgiving turkey, skip the brining, people! It’s messy, time consuming, and simply not necessary. This simple recipe for Better Than Brined Balsamic Basted Herbed Butter Turkey will beat the pants off of a brined turkey with absolutely no fuss, and no muss!
I thought I’d kick off #PumpkinWeek2016 with a bang this year and share with you this Adorable Turkey Crust Pumpkin Pie. The key to assembling the turkey crust so he doesn’t drown in all that luscious pumpkin filling is to bake the pumpkin pie partially before adding Mr. Tom Turkey on top. That way the custard pie will be set enough so that the turkey crust will sit on top of the pie, and won’t be eaten up and fall to the bottom of the pie.
When was the last time you licked your plate clean after eating because you didn’t want the meal to end? Don’t remember? Prepare yourself because this Turkey Bolognese Over Spaghetti will make you a member of the clean plate club…with honors!
This kid friendly recipe of BBQ Turkey in Corn Muffin Bowls are as fun to make as they are to […]
Healthy Turkey Taco Lasagna goes together quickly using oven-ready lasagna sheets, salsa and ground turkey. It’s a meal that will […]