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Brushing the layers with canola oil instead of butter yields a light and flaky result with much less saturated fat.
A perfect accompaniment to any grilled or roasted meat, also a lovely side in a packed lunch.
The original name for these bars were chocolate chip lunchtime bars. I changed the name to chocolate chip and oatmeal bars because of two reasons - one is that chocolate chips and oatmeal are the two main ingredients and second, these bars can be eaten anytime, not just for lunch :)
No game day is complete without pizza, and this one scores big with its unexpected blend of flavors for a pie that is smoky and tangy, sweet and savory, and briny and creamy all at once.
This is a whole new take on grilled kebabs with its mouthwatering cheese and bacon combo.
Toss everything into your slow cooker, mix and set to low for about 3 hours.
Round out your game day menu with these easy sliders that are big on flavor and small on prep time.
This is an easy and inexpensive comfort food dinner that feeds a family of 4 for approximately $8.
Quesadillas are always a hit, and this version combines the best of gooey, melted cheese with bacon and a deliciously tangy salsa for a lively burst of fresh flavor.
Clementines are a favorite winter treat. Although they are lovely all on their own, dipping them in a bit of chocolate makes them extra special.
Your morning oatmeal doesn't have to be bland or boring.
Trying to eat healthier? Who isn’t after the excess of the holidays. This week we have a healthy protein packed frittata that won’t break the calorie bank and is easy and tasty too!
Add some extra protein to everyone's favorite breakfast!
By adding protein to your day, health and wellness goals can become easier to achieve.
A nutrient-rich breakfast can set you up for success each and every day.
Trying to eat healthier now that we’ve eaten our way through the holidays?
Swap the noodles for quinoa to make this healthier version of a comfort food favorite.
Warm up with this hybrid of two favorite comfort foods.
Instead of letting the winter chill get you down, warm your body and heart with dishes that are both comforting and delicious.