This roasted garlic, chipotle, red pepper hummus is a crowd pleasing, healthier appetizer, and can be on your table in under 30 minutes
Mint chocolate chip ice cream with dark chocolate, fresh mint, and rich creamy avocados. This 7-ingredient ice cream comes together quickly, and can be ready in under 30 minutes, depending on your ice cream machine.
Tex mex nachos with slow cooked pulled beef brisket with jalapenos and pickled red onions
Pickled red onions are an easy and delicious way to add color and a pop of flavor to your favorite tacos, nachos, pizzas, sandwiches, and burgers.
When it comes to cooking steak around here there’s no ‘usual’ or routine; we like to mix it up. We cook our steaks over gas, charcoal, grated grills, flattop grills, open flames, in a cast iron skillet; you name it, we’ll try it.
Quick, delicious, Avocado, Beet, and Carrot Salad Wraps. These Boats, Tacos, Wraps, what have you, come together in less than 10 minutes, and they’re so delicious! Perfect for hot summer days. Thank you to the California Avocado Commission for sponsoring this post. Nathan and I recently did The Plan, and one of the things…
With these keto friendly Avocado Eggs in a Basket, you can have an incredibly easy, good fat, and delicious protein filled breakfast that will make the mornings brighter, easier, and yummier.
Fiber rich black beans, creamy delicious California Avocados, homemade taco seasoning… these combine to make one of my favorite after school snacks – Cheesy Avocado Quesadillas
Chocolate, Avocados, Margaritas, Lemon Drop Martinis, Grilled Pizzas and more… These are the reader favorites and the most pinned recipes from 2015
These are 6 of my favorite quick, easy, fun, and delicious breakfast recipes. They range from a twist on my first posted breakfast recipes to a family favorite, a fair favorite turned breakfast food, to my first viral recipe.
These Molasses Spice Crinkle Cookies are just one of many of my favorite southern holiday traditions. These cookies are made year after year, by generation after generation. They’re made from recipe cards tattered by age, discolored by drips of molasses and sugar crusted fingers, the paper worn soft with age and use, the scent of ginger, molasses, cinnamon, and cloves woven into the recipe cards themselves.
If you’ve been to a doughnut shop lately, attended a fancy schmancy brunch, or been on a cruise, you’ve encountered the breakfast cereal doughnut fad. Doughnuts made with your favorite cereals from childhood, like these Fruity Pebbles Cereal Milk Donuts