I whipped up a favorite concoction of mine this week, which got me thinking that now might be a good time to share it. This Hot Berry Dip is a pretty basic cream cheese dip with a sweet flavor, but chili powder & cayenne pepper give it an added heat sensation that keeps things interesting. … Continue reading Hot Berry Dip
In this week's adventure in cooking, I was craving comfort foods, so I decided to give breakfast pizza a try. I will admit, breakfast burritos are still probably my preference, but breakfast pizza turned still turned out pretty well. Ingredients used: 2 Boboli Mini Original Crusts Gravy (I used Morrison's Country Style Peppered Gravy Mix; … Continue reading Breakfast Pizza
Need a new dipping sauce? Or maybe a way to make your existing sauce go a little farther? Try this!
I was inspired to concoct this recipe by a Martha Stewart pin for 3 ingredient marinades; the one in particular that caught my eye listed maple, dijon mustard, and thyme. It was described as a maple marinade and, as I do like sweeter flavors, I thought this sounded right up my alley. The fact that … Continue reading Baked Salmon in Maple Marinade
I got back into the kitchen this past week. I had a craving for a teriyaki chicken my mom makes using French's French Fried Onions, but my teriyaki sauce was running a little low, so I decided to mix things up a little. If you're bbq chicken fan, but looking for a little variation, this … Continue reading Tangy Onion Chicken
I got in the kitchen today. I couldn't help myself. I watched Master Chef Jr. before bed last night and, not only did it make me hungry, it made me want to get a little fancy with my food. So I defrosted some chicken this morning and got to work. I came up with an … Continue reading Asian Inspired Baked Chicken with Lime Infused Rice
I have been in the kitchen this week, and I think I stumbled onto something I'd like to try again. I call it "Sweet Pineapple Pepper Shrimp." I was inspired by a recipe I'd originally seen on Pinterest (of course), involving lemons, shrimp, and a packet of Italian seasoning. I had no lemons in the … Continue reading Sweet Pineapple Pepper Shrimp
Everyone knows Ramen Noodles are a staple of the broke college student's diet. They're cheap and filling, despite being terrible for you in the long run. But what do you do once you graduate but are still living on a budget? It's hard to feel completely grown-up when you're still stocking your cupboards with Ramen … Continue reading How to Eat Ramen Noodles Like an Adult