Double Chocolate Cereal Treats

If you’re looking for a super easy treat to take to the office or a holiday cookie exchange, these are it. They¬† are like a chocolate rice krispy treat, but even easier to make, believe it or not. No baking or melting butter on the stovetop help make these a perfect starter recipe for any […]

Pumpkin-Honey Beer Quick Bread

I can’t believe I’ve had this recipe filed away from Cooking Light since 2008. Talk about embarrassing. At least I can say it was worth the wait. I love quick breads, mainly because I don’t have the patience for traditional bread making with yeast and waiting for it to rise, etc. Plus, quick breads tend […]

Buttermilk Pancakes

My son flew across the pond last weekend for college, so it’s safe to say it’s been a tough week around here. I preach all the time to not use food for comfort, but I can’t remember the last time I’ve been this sad. I’m willing to try anything to help with the ache, including […]

Chickpea Salad

My sister made this recipe for a family reunion and I was instantly hooked. I haven’t had chicken salad in years and forgot how delicious it is with the crunch of the celery and the zing of the dill pickles. No guilt with this one and it’s super easy to make for a tailgate party […]

Polynesian Shrimp Tacos

You know your recipe is a keeper when your family has seconds with dinner and then reheats leftovers for breakfast in the morning. I love that these tacos are simple, include ingredients that I usually have on hand and offer a unique twist to the traditional taco. Our family vacation is this week and I’m […]

Simple Spinach Salad with Mulberry-Mustard Dressing

I’m still working my way through the Superfood Kitchen and haven’t found a recipe that I don’t like yet. This salad is simple and beautiful. The pickled onions are an added step, but well worth it. While I’ve enjoyed this salad in the heat of summer, it would be a perfect addition to meals year-round […]

Orange Sunflower Slaw

Summer is salad time at our house and the variations are endless. I like a serious crunch with my salads and this definitely provides that with the cabbage, peppers and ¬†sesame seeds. The sesame oil brings a hint of a traditional Asian Slaw and I loved that I had all of the ingredients, no need […]