Pretzel crusted chicken breasts with a sweet and tangy honey mustard sauce. Honey mustard is my favorite type of mustard especially when we’re talking chicken. They belong together like butter and toast. The homemade honey mustard sauce is used two ways. First, to coat the chicken before dredging in the pretzel crumbs and second as...Read More
Simple 5 Ingredient Crock Pot Chicken Teriyaki - 24/7 Moms
If you are a crock pot cooking mom then you will love this simple 5 ingredient crock pot chicken teriyaki recipe we found on Pinterest. Ingredients: 1lb chicken (sliced, cubed or however) 1c chicken broth 1/2c Teriyaki or soy sauce ( with or without sesame seeds) 1/3c brown sugar 3 minced garlic cloves Corn Starch […]
I dont know why people buy jarred alfredo sauce!!! Olive Garden Alfredo Sauce. 1 pkg Pasta (we like penne, instead of fettuccine) 1 stick of butter 1 clove of minced garlic 1 pint of heavy cream 1 cup of fresh Parmesan cheese 2 tbsp cream cheese 1/4 tsp salt 1/2 tsp white pepper
Cake Cooling Tip: When cooling cake layers, place bread slices on top to keep the cake layers soft and moist while the bread becomes hard as a rock -- What a fun fact!!! My mom told me it keeps it from cracking in the middle too! This also works to soften cookies that come out hard. Just put the slice of bread in an air tight container with the cookies.
Recipe Girl® - Recipes for Entertaining and Every Day
RecipeGirl is a family friendly food blog dedicated to sharing over 4,000 recipes for everyday cooking (all meals of the day) as well as entertaining. Travel and home remodeling are included in the blog too.
Guiltless Cauliflower Alfredo Sauce — The Skinny Fork
This was actually one of the FIRST recipes that I ever posted here. Can you believe it? And it's still, to this day, a family favorite. This Guiltless Alfredo is so good that no one will ever guess it's lightened up and loaded with veggie goodness. Once upon a time I stumbled across a fantastic alfredo sauce recipe. My life has never been the same since. The recipe was already pretty lightened up to begin with, but I'm always looking for new, clever, and sneaky ways to get vegetables…