When it comes to football foods, Beef Enchilada Dip by Robyn is the absolute perfect game day food that’s completely addicting. – a meaty, cheesy dip loaded with green chiles, roasted corn kernels, and two different types of cheeses – monterey jack and sharp cheddar and best of all it comes together in just 15 minutes.
It all started with a book, a children’s book called La cuisine est un jeu d’enfants, or “Cooking is Child’s Play”. There is a fairly simple and intriguing recipe for “egg nest” or “nid d’oeuf”. Unlike most egg nest recipes with which you may be familiar, this one doesn’t use bread, just only 5 ingredients.
We’ve got a code red here, people! Or is it a code blue? I can never remember which one requires immediate attention be paid to the situation
at hand…probably both, now that I think about it. My must-make recipes folders are literaly bulging and bursting, but this three ingredient recipe by Katy simply must fit in. And one thing more don’t let its simplicity deceive you; it’s so simple and so delicious that the recipe has earned its name.
Halloween is next week! If you still haven’t found a costume but that doesn’t stop you from baking Halloween treats, and these Voodoo Doll Cookies from Lorraine is just it. Make a yummy cookie dough, cut out and stamp the dough, bake and decorate! Now you can have your revenge and eat it too! Even if nothing happens, at least you got a delicious cookie out of the situation!
I’ll keep this short and sweet: If there is one crockpot recipe you need in your repertoire, this is it. But truthfully, What family doesn’t love tacos, and what mom doesn’t love a good slow cooker recipe? This recipe by Kristin is the best of both and after making it once you won’t even need the recipe. because it’s just so darn easy.