Wednesday, February 27, 2013
What could be better than Cookie Dough Truffles? This no-bake, easy to
make dessert, makes an ideal sugary afternoon treat for dessert. I must
caution you, however, that these truffles are extremely addicting. Don’t
say I didn’t warn you!...
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Having grown up in the south, I fell in love with fruit cobbler at a
young age. Peach cobbler was a staple summertime dessert and apple
cobbler was plentiful at our house during the fall. For Valentine’s Day,
I decided to create a Strawberry Cobbler and it turned out spectacular!...
Thursday, February 07, 2013
My son Zachary has a Valentine’s Day party at his elementary school
every year. The parents usually get together and try to come up with
something somewhat healthy to serve our children to offset the
chocolates and sweets. Last year I made this Valentine Trail Mix and it
turned out to be a huge success...
Thursday, January 31, 2013
When planning weekly menus during the winter, my brain always goes
directly to soups. This recipe for Seafood Gumbo, lightened up to cut
down on calories, is one of my favorite dishes to make in January. Serve
this dish with some crusty French bread and a green salad at your next
football get-together or Sunday night dinner...
Tuesday, January 08, 2013
... With simple ingredients including kale, pineapple, frozen mango andalmond milk, you can create a great tasting and healthy smoothie evenyour kids will enjoy! With so many wonderful health benefits, kale isoften called a “nutritional powerhouse"....
Wednesday, January 02, 2013
Serving black-eyed peas is a southern tradition that is thought to bring
good luck and prosperity in the New Year....I love using black-eyed peas in this warm appetizer recipe
for Hot Artichoke Dip. It’s a twist on the traditional artichoke dip
with a touch of Greek yogurt making it extra creamy and healthy...