What do you do with all of the green tomatoes still left on the plants at the end of the season? You make salsa!!
It’s so easy and tasty! Since there is no measuring, this can easily be adjusted to accommodate for the amount of tomatoes that you ended up with!
It’s time for everything Pumpkin finally!! This weekend I whipped up this pumpkin bread with just a few ingredients. It is great with your morning coffee or even as dessert!
I’ve got a nut allergy kid in my house, so we make pesto with no nuts!
I have made this so many times that I honestly don’t measure it anymore.
I have been making all sorts of yummy pies this summer and I’ve perfected the Graham Cracker Crust!
Have you ever had homemade whipped cream? Try it! You’ll never go back to Cool-Whip!!
With the pesto I had made I have been experimenting with recipes. Last night I made a Chicken Pesto personal pizza. I used the pesto as the sauce on the dough, and then placed some chunks of pre-cooked chicken, onion, spinach, garlic, small pieces of tomato, shredded mozzarella, and small scattered pieces of goat cheese. These turned out great, and was yummy!!
A great side dish for any BBQ or Picnic or Thanksgiving is “Jiffy corn bread”. But to make it more interesting you can add some canned corn, and cheese and sour cream! This recipe is one of our favorites!
In our garden this year, we ended up with a lot of Basil! I didn’t want it to go to waste and couldn’t keep up with it with Italian dishes etc. So I made our own Basil Pesto! It was super easy to make!
My husband has been doing a keto diet lately and wanted to try out a keto pasta and sauce he had found, so for the meat we decided to try to make a chicken parmesan. We had a pack of pork rinds and crushed them up and used them as the breading and then placed them in boiling oil on a saucepan until fully cooked. Was a great substitute for breading and tasted just the same. Very simple and quick to make.
We grew a ton of jalapeno peppers this year and they are so much hotter than the ones from the store. I made this dip last weekend and it was a big hit. We’ve put this stuff on everything!! We’ve used it as a chip dip, put it on baked potatoes, and on sautéed zucchini. It’s so delish! Just throw everything together in a food processor and blend it until smooth. Serve immediately or refrigerate for an hour to let the flavors mix together. I have a hard time waiting!!