Top O’ the Marrow to Ya
Oh, that Irish fav turned trendy prime pick! Leave it to the Irish for a simple hardy dish, nutrition-packed and all the crave! More...
This is what I call a sweetheart of a meal! Check out the recipe below for a passionate twist to the beloved Italian pie. Try topping your heart-shaped pizza crust with your fav fixings, drop it in the oven like it’s hot and serve it up with your brew of choice. Surprise your honey with a cozy night in on this Valentine’s Day. You may want to add some bling!
1 can Pillsbury refrigerated classic pizza crust or 1 can Pillsbury refrigerated thin pizza crust
1 can (8 ...
No-Bake Peanut Butter Bars
Celebrate National Peanut Butter Day on January 24th with this no-bake recipe, choked full of vitamins and minerals in every bite! Peanuts are a great plant-based protein option, with 12 grams of “good fat” (12 of the 14 grams total fat are unsaturated). They contain more protein than any nut (7g per serving), provide a good source of fiber, and have more than 30 essential vitamins and minerals.
Other peanut goodness:
Vitamin E is a dietary antioxidant that helps to protect cells from ...
Naughty & Nice Holiday Salsa
Can’t bear another serving of turkey, Chex party mix or that disgusting divinity blob!?! Go ahead. Reach for the trusty salsa, chips and a cold one, holiday-style! Try mixing up cilantro, pomegranate arils (fleshy seeds), fresh pineapple, yellow onion, orange juice and jalapeno. Oh yeah! Now, belly up to the fireplace with a bag of chips, a few friends and Sling. Let the holiday binging begin…
Servings - 8 | Prep Time – little or nothing
1 bunch cilantro washed
A Tart of a Pie
In celebration of National Lemon Crème Pie Day on November 29th, whisk away the fluff and try this hearty Shaker-style pie recipe that uses the WHOLE lemon, peel and all, but please remove the seeds. It’s a zesty departure from the display case variety; it’s meaty, succulent and quite a splendid tart. Tis’ the season to serve warm, with a side flute of dry champagne or espresso, depending on the time of day, or not! Recipe follows:
2 lemon thinly sliced, remove ...
Care for a well-preserved seasonal bite!?! Try serving up these perfectly wrapped scraps at your next monster mash or Halloween party. They are super easy to prep, fun for all ages and frightfully good. Arrange mummy macaroons on a marble or natural stone slab for an authentic display. And please, make sure to set out plenty of linens, just in case guests come dusty or coffin!
Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. The party has just begun.
Can of macaroon, ...
E-Z Turnover to Fall Flavor
If you love the taste of hot apple pie, then try this Apple Turnover recipe that starts with canned biscuits. They’re easy to prep, they take under 30 minutes to bake, you can make a whole bunch, freeze and microwave on the go. These pockets of gooey spiced goodness are sure to get you in the mood for fall…
Easy Apple Turnovers
1 can (16 oz.) biscuits
1 can apple pie filling
1 tablespoon cinnamon
4 tablespoons sugar
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. ...
World War Fund-Raising Dough
National Donut Day falls on the first Friday of June each year, and it signifies a special bite of history. It was established in 1938 by the Salvation Army in Chicago to raise funds for the war effort. In commemoration of the 75th anniversary of D-Day, try this adapted baked donut recipe. Ditch the deep fryer and the messy clean-up and sink your teeth into a healthy ring of tastiness. That is, until you add the toppings! Great for dunking in your morning coffee, handing off to the kids as an ...
An Easter Egg of Sorts
Start your day with a protein-rich breakfast that will entice any age under your roof!
Prep time: 15 minutes | Servings: 1 (add more ingredients per family member)
Strip(s) of bacon (or turkey bacon alternative)
Cheese variety (your choice), cut in long, skinny strips
Salt & pepper to taste
Side of juice
Bread, pastry or oatmeal add-on
Pan fry an egg or more as based on servings Microwave, skillet or air fry bacon, cut ...
Irish Triple Mash
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, we’ve got a spud recipe that will send you to ye ole isles and back! And what better way to celebrate the revered Irish staple, but with rutabaga and parsnips, along with the zip of horseradish for a triple tasty treat! But first, here’s a bit of rooted history…
No other European nation has a more special relationship with the potato than Ireland. The first Europeans to accept it as a field crop in the seventeenth century, the Irish were the first to ...