It’s been a while! I’ve been experimenting with different types of foods and lately my recipes just aren’t up to par. But I have a good feeling about my next project…cauliflower pizza dough! I’ve been craving some pizza lately and I have to try this!
Stay tuned for cauliflower pizza crust and more cauliflower recipes (because it’s pretty awesome)!
With Fall here and Winter around the corner, all I can think about is soup! This is a fabulous and easy recipe for a delicious Fall and Winter soup.
1 lb ground beef, cooked and drained
1 cup cooked rice
2 cups chopped bell peppers
1 16oz jar salsa (and spice level)
1 28oz can Crushed tomatoes
2 cups beef broth
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon oregano
After cooking ground beef and rice, add to crockpot. Add chopped peppers and all other ingredients to the pot. Stir well. Cook on low for 3-4 hours or on high for 6-8 hours.
Serving suggestion: serve with freshly grated cheese on top
*NOTE: this is almost more of a stew than a soup. If you would like a thinner soup, add 1 more cup of beef broth.
4-6 boneless chicken breasts
1 Family-sized can cream of mushroom soup (23 oz)
1 bag frozen broccoli
1 cup white wine
pepper for tasting
pasta (whichever shape you prefer)
Place all ingredients in the slow cooker. Stir well. Cook on low for 6 hours. Before serving, heat pasta. Top with chicken and broccoli.
As my last post stated, I have been working on developing a new blog. I am extremely sorry for posting so infrequently on here…BUT I have something to ask of you. Lately I haven’t been very motivated to try and create new recipes (my last few were a total flop). Please comment here with any requests for recipes you may have. It can be anything! I just need a little motivation to make some deliciousness!
Don’t have enough time to bake cupcakes from scratch, but want that nice homemade flavor? Well I discovered a trick to help make those box mixes taste a little better…milk! Replace the water with milk or a richer flavor. Want to make those cupcakes extra delicious? Substitute melted butter for the oil as well!
I stumbled across this today as a “suggested post” on my Facebook news feed. I hope you enjoy!
Portugal is famous for a little custard tart called nata. Here is a box containing a nata as well as the traditional pastry of Sintra and two other delicious goodies!