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I came up with the idea of dipping marshmallows in the candy melts as I was walking around the grocery store yesterday and actually had a package of lollipop sticks in my cart. Then it hit me like a ton of bricks, I had a bunch of craft sticks at home (from when I made my sugar cookies on a stick)!! I decided to use them instead. If you get invited to a last minute Halloween party (or you forgot you have to bring a dessert to your child's classroom party), these were done from start to finish in about a 1/2 hour. The "dirt" in the bottom of the mug is actually crushed Oreo cookies. Pretty neat, huh??
October is National Pork Month. It's a good time to celebrate the pork industry and the great recipes you can make with pork. In this House Works, Chef Judy Gilliard shows us a recipe with a Cuban flair.
I have seen many, many recipes for this type of cake on the Internet, but about 90% of them used chocolate pudding and whipped topping. I decided to go in a different direction and make a devil's food cake in keeping with the Halloween theme.
Here’s the thing about these cupcakes: they look hard to create, but they’re not.
This meal not only sounds like an autumn meal, it tastes like one. And pairing a hearty soup and flavorful salad makes for a healthy, no-fuss meal…perfect for this time of year.
So I had this idea of making a Halloween treat for the boys and they happen to LOVE bats! It was a quick and easy project to do and get the boys excited for Halloween with their favorite character!
It has become a Payne family tradition to serve this on Christmas morning with scrambled eggs and sparkling orange juice (OJ mixed with Sprite).
So who doesn’t like apples and peanut butter…add some sliced almonds and you have a great snack with protein. These are “scary” apple mouths that the kids (and adults) will enjoy!
Tropical fruit and a hint of lemon zest lift these whole grain bites above the ordinary.
Fresh garden-grown asparagus combined with two poached eggs, ham and toasted whole grain bread creates the perfect open-faced brunch sandwich!
Whole grain bread cups stuffed with eggs, spinach and feta. Quick, easy and delicious!
October is National Pork Month. In this House Works, Chef Judy Gilliard joins us with a recipe for making pork medallions.
I’m a full believer that being active makes for a happier state of mind, so I made a plan for the day. It involved baking and cookies…lots of cookies.
There’s nothing like a hot bowl of chili on a cold evening…
If you need a great idea for dinner tonight, check out our demonstration of Moroccan Chicken Tagine.
Try whipping up a dozen of these for the family one morning!
In this House Works, Chef Judy shows us how to make a great pork roast in honor of National Pork Month.
I’m always sad when summer is over, but I do look forward to the cooler weather, Halloween, and squash. Yes, I have really learned to love all types of squash. It’s a great source of fiber and makes for a great side dish. Here’s a super simple recipe using acorn squash that gives you that yummy sweet and salty flavor. And it makes your house smell amazing while you’re roasting it!
I was aiming for Creme Brulee toast but it didn’t turn out that way and I accidentally made caramel instead!
This is a one-pot wonder! By buying a whole chicken and cutting it up yourself, you’ll save a ton of money.