Grilling the shrimp in this Grilled Shrimp Piccata adds a level of flavor that makes this dish amazing! It's also amazingly on the table in a short time making this perfect for any night of the week. #OurFamilyTable
I want to slather this sauce on EVERYTHING. E V E R Y T H I N G! But that's later. You'll just have to wait for it. I love the Spiked! Recipe Challenge that Carrie over at Frugal Foodie Mama and Julie from This Gal Cooks host. It's so much fun trying to think of something creative to make with the libation of choice for their challenge. This challenge is all about chocolate liquor. YUM! I went to the cliché of chocolate liquor: Godiva. Because it's just. so. darn. DELICIOUS! I thought about a bundt cake with a nice ganache type topping.
These delicate little Strawberry Macaron with Pink Moscato Buttercream for #NationalMoscatoDay pack a delicious flavor from the strawberries in the shells and the pink Moscato in the buttercream. Perfect for any special occasion.
Spinach Baked Eggs may sound plain, but they're definitely are anything but that! Eggs are baked in delicious and flavorful creamed spinach and topped with Parmesan cheese. Serve with garlic toast for a special brunch or #meatfree dinner.
There is some meaning in the phrase 'less is more.' However, the more is the merrier in this Spinach and Blue Cheese Salad with Scallops. It's packed with so much flavor and crunch it's a perfect entree salad.
Fresh not frozen Spinach and Black Bean Enchiladas have a spicy filling with tasty fresh spinach, beans, and tender rice with a kick from my favorite fajita spice. Have you ever craved Mexican food? Heck, if you’re MY readers then of course you have. Cause y’all are just like me, right? No? Mkay. Well, I crave Mexican food. Cheesy, rice-y, bean-y Mexican food that just fills your tummy with hearty, comfort food goodness. But, our schedule just doesn’t allow me to cook chicken or even beef before assembling enchiladas and then baking them. If we’re lucky,
A Spanish style take on the traditional cacciatore, this Spanish Style Hunter Chicken has the heartiness of cacciatore with some Spanish flair! Since it’s made in a slow cooker, you can enjoy this year round!