This delightfully colorful autumn leaves apple pie may look like it’s difficult to make, but with my easy tips and tricks, you too can make this adorable (and delicious) apple pie!
I carefully sawed off his cranium.
The operation went off without a hitch, and before I knew it I was filling his head with all sorts of nonsense. LOL
I almost hesitate to call it a recipe because with only two ingredients, in all actuality, it’s more of a “method” than anything else. So here then is the “method to my madness.”
“insert evil laughter here…” 😉
This is a fun way to feed a savory breakfast treat to family and friends.
The fact that it can be made ahead is always a plus for busy mornings!
I’d been hearing a lot about cauliflower rice, but it took me a long time to jump on the bandwagon.
Then, one night decided I’d give it a go as I played around with my idea for Low Carb Unstuffed Cabbage Casserole and the results were delicious. You’ll never miss the rice. You have my word on that!
Making marzipan has been on my list of things I’ve wanted to make for years and years. Why it took me so long to make it, I’ll never know.
But what I do know is now that I finally have, I’m excited to have the block of homemade marzipan wrapped and stored in my fridge to mold, sculpt, and play with whenever the whim strikes.
Skip the tablet dyes for coloring your Easter eggs this year, and try something new!
The swirling pastel colors of Tie Dying Easter eggs using mayonnaise (NOT shaving cream) is beautifully effective, and far more palate pleasing!
What do you get when you combine a baked potato with all the comfort and goodness of a chicken pot pie, but without all the work?
Chicken Pot Potatoes! That’s what!
Have you ever been to New Orleans? I have not, but it’s on my bucket list of places I want to visit. I hear the food is amazing, the people are fun, and the culture needs to be experienced at least once.
But, until I get there in person making homemade beignets for Mardi Gras is a good way to get the party started!
One of my favorite appetizers I remember from years ago is the one where you spread cream cheese over slices of salami with dill pickle spears rolled inside, and then you slice them to form little pinwheels.
The concept was super simple, and the flavor of those tasty morsels hit all the proper bells and whistles on the taste buds. I loved them then, and I still do now. However, this Cream Cheese Salami Spread with Dill Pickles is better and a whole lot easier. Honest!