Saturday Recipe: Cheesy Cauliflower Breadsticks

cauliflowerIf you are looking for a delicious appetizer that is low in carbs – you might want to check out Ashley’s recipe for Cheesy Cauliflower breadsticks. There’s only a few ingredients and only requires about 15 minutes of prep time.

It does take some cook time, but the end result is a cheesy, flavorful snack that will satisfy your carb cravings without all the guilt! You can check out her recipe along with more photos and instructions on her post HERE.

– Thanks Ashley at CenterCutCook!

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Wednesday Recipe: Quick & Easy BLT Pasta Salad

blt pasta saladToday Michelle has a recipe for BLT Pasta Salad that can be served as a side or as a complete meal! Her version is made colorful from the addition of bright red cherry tomatoes and vibrant fresh baby spinach. Lemon juice gives just the right amount of fresh citrus flavor, and a Greek yogurt dressing packs lots of flavor. There’s just a few more ingredients in the salad, and it’s best served after chilling in the fridge for a few hours.

Crumbled crisp bacon on top is the perfect garnish, and the total time to make this dish is only about 20 minutes (not including chill time). You can check out her recipe along with instructions on her post HERE.

-Thanks Michelle at iheartkitchen!

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Saturday Recipe: Cheesy Mexican Sloppy Joes

sloppy joeHaving a hot dinner ready in less than 30 minutes is super nice on a busy weeknight. Today, Ashley has a recipe for a great variation on the classic Sloppy Joe.

There’s just a few ingredients, and red enchilada sauce, onions, peppers, monterrey jack cheese & more give her recipe all the flavors you would expect in a cheesy Mexican Sloppy Joe!

You can check out her family pleasing recipe on her post HERE, along with step-by-step instructions.

– Thanks Ashley at CenterCutCook!

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Wednesday Recipe: Easy Homemade Clam Chowder

clamchowderIf you’ve never tried making clam chowder – you might want to check out Michelle’s recipe. There’s only a few ingredients and only takes about 10 minutes of prep time. It all starts with onions, celery, Yukon Gold potatoes and clams.

A few more steps and ingredients later you will have a creamy, hearty, flavorful clam chowder! Total time start to finish is only about 35 minutes. Garnish with chopped, crisply cooked bacon. You can check out the recipe along with instructions on her post HERE.

– Thanks Michelle at iheartkitchen!

 

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Saturday Recipe: Cheesy Italian Chicken

chickenToday Ashley has a recipe perfect for a busy weeknight. It all starts with chicken that gets marinated for 30 minutes, but you can skip this step if you are rushed for time. After cooking the chicken, mushrooms, bell peppers, chicken broth and a few more ingredients make for a flavorful sauce.

Heavy cream is added for richness and the chicken gets added to the sauce and sprinkled with cheese. Garnish the results with fresh parsley for a dish that looks as impressive as it tastes! Best of all, it all gets cooked in just one skillet – meaning less clean up. You can check out her recipe along with instructions and additional photos on her post HERE.

– Thanks Ashley at CenterCutCook!

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Saturday Recipe: Homemade Peanut Butter Cups

peanut butter cupsIf you are looking for an easy recipe perfect for Valentine’s Day – you might want to try making homemade peanut butter cups. Start to finish they only take about 20 minutes to make and you can add red, white, and pink sprinkles on top plus red baking liners to give them a Valentine flair.

There’s only a few ingredients required, and your special someone (or your family!) will be impressed you took the time to make this sweet treat from scratch. You can check out Ashley’s recipe with instructions on her post HERE.

-Thanks Ashley at CenterCutCook!

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Wednesday Recipe: Baked Loaded Potato Puffs

puffsIf you are looking for a crowd pleasing flavorful appetizer, you might want to check out Michelle’s recipe for baked loaded potato puffs. Since these tasty tidbits are baked instead of fried, there’s less fat and calories but still the crispy outside you would get from the traditional fried version.

They are easy to make and only require about 15 minutes of prep time and then about 45 minutes in the oven. You can actually do all the prep ahead of time and then pop them in the oven to have them ready to serve when guests arrive. These would also make a nice alternative side item to just about any protein! You can check out her recipe with instructions on her post HERE.

– Thanks Michelle at iheartkitchen!

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Wednesday Recipe: Cheesy Stuffed Mushrooms

recipeWhether you need a great appetizer or a fantastic side dish, stuffed mushrooms are easy to make and take less than 30 minutes to get on the table.

Michelle’s recipe has a filling made from garlic, cheeses, crispy bacon, and a few more ingredients. The actual prep work is only about 10 minutes while the rest of the time is baking time.

The filling is very flavorful and the resulting dish is savory and delicious. You can check out the instructions on her post HERE.

-Thanks Michelle at iheartkitchen!

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