This festive fall recipe of Sauteed Autumn Vegetables will make an amazing side dish to grace your Thanksgiving table, or by leaving the bacon out, you can serve this as a healthy vegetarian main course if that’s the option you’re searching for. However you serve it, I know you’re going to love all these colors, and flavors of fall.
These scrambled egg rolls are the brainchild of my son, Greg. He’s been wanting me to make and produce this crunchy breakfast treat for a long, long time.
I don’t know what took me so long to finally get these made and add them to my blog, but good things come to those who wait, and please trust me, these scrambled egg rolls are really, really good things!!!
As a family, we’ve decided we’re going to start eating a lower carb diet. Since that’s the case, you’ll be seeing more and more recipe on this site that are of the low carb/keto variety. That said, since I’ve always loved sharing a wide array of delicious recipes with you here, from appetizers to desserts, I do not plan on entirely refocusing my blog in that way.
However, what you CAN expect is a generous sprinkling of lower carb and keto inspired recipes in between all the other cooking and baking recipes you’ve come to love and expect from Kudos Kitchen. Something for everyone is my motto, along with a pinch or two of everything in moderation. 🙂
The day I saw him make it, I kept waiting for chef Symon to add heavy cream to his dish while he was cooking his skillet chicken thighs (I think it was for a Five in Five), but he never did. I wanted to, so I did. I also omitted the mustard, added shallots, and didn’t shave my Brussels sprouts. I quartered them.
The majority of the recipes you’ll find here on Kudos Kitchen are my own original creations. However, from time to time because of my blog I’m approached by publishing houses about doing cookbook reviews. This post (and the recipe for Healthy Broccoli Salad) is one such review. All the opinions I share are 100% my own.
If you’re looking for a fall salad with all the colors of fall and can be eaten as a main course or side dish, then look no further! I made this salad to bring to a dinner party a couple of weeks ago, and it was such a hit that I was asked to blog about the recipe as soon as possible!
I can hardly believe that this is the last post for #BaconMonth 2017. I’ve had a ton of fun participating with this group of 9 food bloggers as we’ve all come up with our own unique recipes that feature bacon as the star ingredient.
I’ve created this recipe for a BLT Puff Pastry Tart in honor of #BaconMonth 2017 when tomatoes are at their peak of flavor. The tomatoes make this tart fresh and delicious, but the bacon makes this tart outstanding!!
While this bacon, onion and cheese dip is fantastic for serving with crackers, chips, and vegetables, it would also be delicious slathered on some toasted French bread and then broiled in the oven until brown and bubbly! *Note to self*
The idea for these Gluten Free Maple Bacon Oatmeal Cookies came to me while I was walking down the breakfast aisle of the grocery store. At the time I needed to replenish my stock of quick cooking oats. As I grabbed the oats and tossed them into my cart I glanced the maple syrup that was across the aisle. Right then and there I had my light bulb moment!