This delicious soup uses the leftover ham from your holiday dinner and is mixed together with lots of delicious vegetables.
Author: Ali Randall
This couscous with grilled vegetables features zucchini, squash, asparagus, red peppers and mushrooms and is tossed with lemon and goat cheese for delicious flavor.
Tender broccoli is steamed then smothered in a creamy cheddar and Parmesan cheese sauce and topped with buttery Ritz crackers.
Don’t throw out those ripened bananas. They are the secret ingredient to this moist chocolate chip banana bread with a pecan cinnamon topping.
Three ingredients is all you need for the juiciest beer can chicken recipe. This summer grilling favorite can be on your table in an hour.
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Bake up a batch of pup-approved grain-free treats specifically made for dogs with allergies.
Start the new year off right with roasted vegetables, mild sorghum, protein- packed quinoa and whole grain brown rice tossed with goat cheese for a vegetarian dish that is nutritious and full of flavor.
Gelato made with fresh strawberries, dark chocolate and espresso is paired with crisp pizzelle cookies in this Sicilian- inspired frozen dessert.
Turn plain ole burger into something gourmet and restaurant worthy. My Salisbury steak meatballs are smothered in a rich onion gravy and are the definition of comfort food at its finest.
Salty and sweet with a kick. This pear and butternut squash salad is a favorite winter side dish and it’s perfect for lunch or any holiday get together.
Hot sausage and succulent shrimp marry well smothered in a spicy Parmesan cream sauce atop of bed of rigatoni.
Delicious, melt in your mouth cookies that reminds me of snowballs. The powdered sugar coating, the crumbly texture, the homegrown pecans…these cookies are a delight any time of the year.
It’s game time! Got wings? Skip the bottled ranch dressing and make a homemade version that’s guaranteed to be a hit at your next tailgate party.
Fresh sweet blackberries give this barbecue sauce punch. It’s sweet and delicious drizzled on top of grilled pork tenderloin sliders.
Hey Dads! Get your kiddos involved in celebrating Mother’s Day this year by presenting mom with a special recipe the kids can make all on their own.
The sweet syrup from red Anjou pears and the heat from the pecans add more flavor than you can even imagine to this simple healthy salad.
Keep your plans simple with these delicious sides that serve up beautifully on your dinner table.
I turned my family favorite apple crisp recipe into a grown-up version by simmering the apples in a little honey whiskey to add a little punch to this typically Irish dessert. Then I added more whiskey to the whipped cream. It was grand!
Create a colorful centerpiece that makes a statement using a rainbow of flowers and a variety of containers. You can turn an ordinary bouquet of flowers into something spectacular.
Grilled romaine hearts take on a smokey flavor and are delicious with a drizzle of my homemade Caesar dressing. Grilled outdoors or inside using a skillet grill, you can enjoy this summer classic all year round.
Nourishing Whole Grain Smoothie with Pears, Blueberries & Bananas | www.homeandplate.com | Start your mornings by nourishing your body with wholesome goodness and fresh seasonal fruit.
Perk up your mornings with the nutty aroma of almonds and caramel by swapping in coffee creamer in place of milk in your favorite pancake or waffle recipe.
By roasting the broccoli and the other veggies in the salad with some dried herbs the taste is transformed into something fabulous.
Dark Chocolate Panna Cotta with Fresh Blackberries | www,homeandplate.com | It’s a creamy and silky dessert much like custard but more decadent.
Looking for a delicious and heart healthy dessert to serve your sweetie on Valentine’s Day?
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your sweetheart with a colorful arrangement of citrus on a bed of greens. This Winter Sweet Citrus Salad with Pomegranate & Pistachios says “I love you!”
Treat yourself to something delicious this holiday season featuring whole-grain goodness, fresh sweet strawberries and tangy lemon peel.
This maple butternut squash has a kick of cayenne and is paired with the crunch of toasted pecans and salty pancetta.
Looking for an easy smoothie recipe that can be whipped up in five minutes on a school morning that’s chock full of protein, fiber and potassium. My Healthy Blueberry Blast Yogurt Smoothie recipe is perfect for busy mornings.
Get your kids into the Halloween spirit this year by putting them to work in the kitchen. The whole family can help create these fun and delicious graveyard brownies which will be the envy of all the ghouls and goblins in the neighborhood.
These honeycrisp apple quesadillas with bacon and cheddar are the perfect lunch or snack and they are school and kid friendly.
The secret to these classic crab cakes is that the succulent crab meat is mixed with just the right amount of crunchy Panko breadcrumbs.
This salad dotted with goat cheese and pecans and drizzled with a honey balsamic vinaigrette is a winner.
An angel food cake with amaretto flavored whipped cream topped with fresh blueberries, raspberries and blackberries is an easy-to-assemble dessert for any party or gathering.
Fresh tomatoes and artichoke hearts cooked in a lemony white wine sauce makes for a tangy partner to this firm, low-fat whitefish.
This simple yet versatile recipe results in delicious and tender tasting pork roast that falls apart when you cut it. That’s my kind of pork.
Pork tenderloin roasted in the oven or grilled on the barbie is a simple, easy meal that takes very little prep work. The pork is flavored with fresh rosemary and thyme from the garden and is wrapped in prosciutto.
Don’t be afraid to step out of the box with this midweek recipe. Wild-caught sockeye salmon is high in protein, vitamin D and Omega – 3 fatty acids. It’s a healthy choice for a mid week meal. And it just tastes so good.
Wild sockeye salmon, also known as red salmon or blue skin salmon, is actually known for its bright red skin. And it doesn’t take much to prepare. Garnish this fish with a little bit of olive oil, kosher salt and fresh ground pepper and pop it in the oven for about 15 minutes.
This easy cheesy casserole hits the spot on a cold fall night. Can you say comfort food? What’s easier than tossing together tender bits of roasted chicken breast, hash brown potatoes, shredded cheddar cheese and your favorite mixed vegetables.
Two Ingredient Allergy Safe Pumpkin Muffins | www.homeandplate.com | Be the hero of your child’s classroom party this Halloween and volunteer to bring in a snack that is safe for all. My two ingredient allergy safe pumpkin muffins are easy to make and delicious.