A delicious cornbread recipe is something to find and hold on to tight! There aren’t many things better than a hot bowl of chili on a cold winter day with a thick and slightly sweet piece of cornbread on the side. The Easy and Moist Skillet Cornbread has a fantastic honey butter glaze on top and it is the perfect thing to go along with so many different meals!
It may not quite be fall yet, but it’s time to start getting ready! Honestly, this Creamy Pumpkin Spice Smoothie could be enjoyed any time of year, but with the weather starting to cool down now is as good a time as any! Making this smoothie takes only a couple minutes, and it is a healthy way to get your pumpkin spice fix!
Pork chops are a food that I probably underutilize. There is really so much that can be done with them, but I tend to forget about them and go straight for the chicken. These Baked Asian Marinated Pork Chops may just be a game changer for me! They are so easy to make, don’t need long to marinate, can be made as spicy or mild as you like and the marinade is packed with so much flavor that you will for sure want seconds! Serve these with some fresh veggies, rice, noodles or any of your other favorite sides!
With this Key Lime Pie Smoothie, you can have dessert for breakfast and you don’t need to feel bad about it! This is a refreshing, creamy, sweet, tart, and healthy way to start your day. Fresh lime juice, a banana, greek yogurt, a touch of honey and your favorite milk come together and in just a minute or two you have a breakfast (or dessert) that you can enjoy on the go. If you are crazy busy in the mornings like I am, smoothies are a great breakfast choice for you. They are so quick and easy, and are typically packed with healthy ingredients. This is also a great way to get your kids to have a healthy breakfast!
One of the best things about summer is all of the fresh garden vegetables. This Spicy Zucchini, Corn and Tomato salad is a great way to use those vegetables in a delicious recipe. This side dish is full of flavor and easy to make. A delicious vinaigrette dressing that you will whisk together in just a few seconds will add just what these fresh veggies need to take them to the next level. Enjoy this dish hot or chilled. This would be excellent served with some simple grilled meat, as a side with tacos or double the recipe or even more and serve it at your next summer gathering.
Smoothies are one of the only ways that I manage to get a healthy breakfast. By the time I feed everyone else in my house in the morning, there isn’t a lot of time left to feed myself. I love to make smoothies because they are delicious, quick and easy and loaded with healthy ingredients and. You may have already tried my PB&J Smoothie and my Orange Cream Smoothie (if you haven’t, you should!). This blueberry smoothie is another regular in my rotation. This is a healthy breakfast that even your kids will love!
If you hate washing dishes as much as I do, this One Dish Honey Mustard Chicken Thighs recipe is for you! This light and healthy meal comes together in one dish, so you can stick it in the oven and forget it. Juicy chicken thighs, satisfying sweet potatoes and fresh zucchini are coated in a delicious honey mustard sauce to create your new favorite weeknight dinner.
As far a packaged snacks from my childhood go, Honey Buns and Nutty Bars were definitely my favorite. I had heard of honey bun cake, so I decided to give it a try. When I started looking for a great recipe for this, I realized that none of them actually had honey. I also notice that all of them used a box cake mix. There is absolutely nothing wrong with using a cake mix, but I wanted to have a recipe from scratch, so here it is! Now it’s time to get to work on a Nutty Bar dessert!
Easter is coming up so fast, and I have been trying to come up with a delicious appetizer idea for Easter gatherings. I had some brie that I had gotten to try a different recipe, but then I decided to incorporate that into an appetizer recipe instead. Brie is a delicious soft and creamy cheese that tastes amazing with both sweet and salty foods, which is why the prosciutto and the honey drizzle on this tart are both so fitting. Try this Asparagus, Brie & Prosciutto Tart today!
The first time I hosted an Easter brunch at my house, I was terrified because I had never prepared a ham. It has always been one of those things that my Nanny took care of, and she does it so well that there really isn’t a need for anyone else to know how. After we moved out of state though, we started hosting different holidays at our house and I had to learn quickly. I found a recipe similar to this one online somewhere, and it has evolved into this Spiral Ham with a Brown Sugar, Honey & Dijon Glaze.