When it comes to fried appetizers, it seems like most aren't worth the extra calories. However with fried pickles, they are worth it. The crunch of the exterior and the warm tangy flavor of the warm pickle inside is hard to just eat one. In these fried pickle bites, you get to enjoy the whole thing in one bite. They are great with or without the sauce, but with the addition of the dipping sauce add another layer of flavor to these great little appetizers that is perfect for your next get together or game day.
The ranger cookie history goes back to the 1930’s Texas rangers. The cookies are very similar to the cowboy cookie, which I grew up on all my life. These cookies were a typical dessert for the Texas ranger’s dinner since they were handheld and packed with energy packed ingredients that were perfect for the Texas rangers to keep them going.
Today they make the perfect snack for keeping you going on a hike in the wonderful fall weather or a snack for your mid afternoon energy boost. The cookies come out moist and packed with sweet and delicious flavors. The nuts or chocolate chips can be replaced with raisins for a healthier option.
In the crazy world we are living in, especially if you have hungry kids, there is always the need for an easy weeknight meal that will deliver happy full bellies. In the zesty skillet macaroni with meat sauce is the perfect dish. The pasta is cooked to perfectly tender in a homemade zesty meat sauce that thickens as it cooks and topped with creamy cheese and basil. The best part is the meal takes under 30 minutes and requires 1 skillet with a lid.
The pumpkin pie is a fall classic custard pie that is found almost everywhere. In this walnut crumble pumpkin pie, the classic pie gets a new twist with a crunchy walnut streusel topping and walnut-graham cracker crust. The addition with the walnut, it gives the pie another level of flavor to the pumpkin that makes it amazing. The pumpkin filling is silky smooth and delicious while the walnut crumble topping gives it a great sweet crunch.
One of the most dredged vegetables out there is the brussel sprouts. It feels like most kids are tortured to eat these growing up. It seems like I was one of those kids that wasn't lucky, probably one of the reasons I enjoy eating them. Brussel sprouts are full of nutritious fiber, fatty acids and rich in antioxidants.
These Firecracker Brussels sprouts have a great pop of chili flavor, but does not overwhelm the taste of the brussel sprouts.. They are oven-roasted and full of flavor and crisp around the edges but tender inside. If you are ever on the verge of trying them, this recipe is a good one to bring them back to your plate.
The classic pound cake is one of those things ever baker wants to master. the structure of the cake makes it a great foundation to a ton of different varieties once you get a hang of it. Trust me, its not hard to master at all. In this brown sugar and chocolate chip pound cake, the cake is speckled with chocolate chips and topped with a sweet and bitter espresso glaze that goes amazing together. The cake comes out moist, dense, tall and of course delicious.
When looking for a great mid week dinner, the ease of cleaning up after is just as important as the time it takes to cook. In this creamy pasta with baby spinach, the whole dish is made in one single pan, which makes the clean up just as quick. The pasta comes out perfectly cooked and packed with fresh spinach all covered in a cream sauce that makes it self with the cream and parmesan cheese. The whole dish can be made in under 30 minutes.
As it goes with asian inspired food, the go to is a simple stir-fry. It seems like everyone has a certain recipe that they love and can be made in minutes. This beef and pepper stir fry is no different. The stir fry can be made in under 20 minutes and is packed with flavors from all of the spices and cooking liquids the stir fry is tossed in at the end. The stir fry is served with simple to use pad thai noodles that made a great substitution for the standard rice.
This Buffalo ranch chicken Stromboli is packed with chicken tossed in hot sauce and ranch mixture then baked with mozzarella and blue cheese in a easy to use pre-made pizza dough. The Stromboli is baked in about 20 minutes making it the perfect easy week night dinner or a game day snack.
Hey everyone, I am Dan and Live in Minnesota. I am here to show you the wonderful world of cooking and baking. As being a young boy in the kitchen to being a chef for over 10 years, I will show you the great recipes I have used over the years and what I do next. Please stick around and Enjoy!!