If you are a quiche lover, you will love this one. This is my favorite quiche of all time. It will leave you wanting leftovers, but don't worry, you should have plenty of leftovers since this recipe makes TWO whole deep dish 9-inch pies!
Are you excited yet? This baby has just about everything... bacon, ham, spinach and lots of cheese. Leftovers keep well in the fridge and heat up just as good the next day. I highly recommend this one people!
Follow along and I'll show you how to make this tasty breakfast food:
Around my house we are banana lovers, so it's not often that we have a whole bunch of browned bananas at once. So, I'll let you in on a little secret, just in case you don't already know. Anytime you have a banana that turns brown, throw it in the freezer. Create a stash and once you have enough saved up for a batch of banana bread, take them out of the freezer to thaw and then throw into your recipe.
They will be a little mushy to work with, but they still work great! This is the only way I can make banana bread cause we just eat too many bananas too fast!
Follow along and I'll show you how to make these tasty muffins, or if you prefer, you can make 2 loaves of banana bread! P.S. I also like to make double or triple batches and freeze the extras.
This is my favorite go-to bread machine roll recipe. I love using my bread machine to make any kind of bread or roll. You use the "dough" cycle which does all the mixing for you and even takes care of the first rising. From there it only takes minutes to finish up these fluffy part wheat dinner rolls!
Follow along and I'll show you how easy it is to make these easy, delicious dinner rolls:
So, for those of you who visit my blog regularly... I LOVE YOU! You make me happy. And for those of who who just found my blog, keep coming back. I love you too!
I've got to tell you all that I've been a bit flustered about something. I am going back to school for nursing, starting NOW. I got into a great program and I'm very excited to be on my way to what I love doing... but I have another love in life, which is my cooking and baking, plus this blog. So, with the beginning of this new journey, I don't want to slack on the blogging and let you all down.
So here's what I've been doing. I'm hoarding (no, not like those houses on TLC that make you want to puke). I'm hoarding recipes. I have cooked up some real treasures these past few months and I have reserved them for posting in the next few months while I study away on things like "acetocholine being released in the synaptic cleft of the pre-synaptic neuron to continue the electronic current to the post-synaptic neuron". Sounds important right? This way, you all still get new recipes and I can sleep at night knowing that my blog and homework are both getting done. Yay us!
So I hope you enjoy everything I've put together for you and I'm sure as the semesters drag on you will see a slight change in the style of my recipes... like when I'm searching for something super easy and fast. Hopefully you all will enjoy the change.
Now that we got all of that taken care of, follow along and I'll show you how to make this crispy, seasoned tilapia that I'm sure your just dreuling over:
I frequently like to make my favorite Chicken Tetrazzini for dinner, but when I saw this simpler version of a tetrazzini made with ham, I had to try it. This tasty dish was simple to put together and had the tetrazzini flavor I was looking for.
If your looking for a simple pasta dish for dinner that has great flavor, then here it is. Follow along and I'll show you how to put this dish together: