Forget the fondue pot. This fondue bakes right in the pumpkin. It practically screams “take me to Thanksgiving!”
The holidays are definitely a time for indulgence, but by tweaking a few of the ingredients, including use of whole wheat pastry flour, indulgences just got a little healthier. This also is the perfect way to get the kids involved in the holiday baking.
Using angel food cake and whipped topping allows this recipe to come together easily. It might just be the sweet, light dessert that Christmas party is calling for.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Heat tablespoon of olive oil in a cast iron skillet (ours was a 10-inch) over medium heat. Add sausage. When sausage begins to brown, add onions and red pepper to soften. Crack eggs into a…
Replacing mayonnaise with yogurt in potato salad makes for a lighter, healthier dish. The tang of Ruffwing’s plain yogurt really adds to the flavor of this dish.
This recipe is from the Huggett family. They love making it in the summer because it does not have to be baked in the oven. It makes a refreshing dessert on a hot day. The Huggetts make it as one pie but we experimented with mini pie shells from the grocery store with good results. We also added fresh whipped cream.
This is an easy way to infuse foods with blueberry flavor. The sugar can be sprinkled on baked goods, stirred into tea, added to the rim of a drink glass and much more.
Place all ingredients in a gallon container then fill with water.
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Lightly spray a 9 by 13-inch baking dish. Combine the rub ingredients and rub onto 2 pounds of pork. Place pork in dish. Set aside. Combine the glaze ingredients in saucepan. Cook over medium heat…
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. On parchment paper, roll out the crescent dough and pinch together any holes or perforations. The dough should be about a foot wide when you are done. Place the paper and rolled dough on a…