Posts Tagged ‘milk’

Sweet Orange Risotto with Strawberries

If you like rice pudding then you will love this sweet risotto flavored with orange zest and juice, then topped off with fresh sliced strawberries.

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Chocolate Caramel Cream Pie

This dreamy pie consists of a creamy chocolate caramel filling inside of a crispy crust and is topped with whipped cream and sprinkles.

Chocolate Caramel Cream Pie
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Baked French Toast Boats #BrunchWeek

These baked French toast boats combine the ease of traditional French toast with the fancy flair of it’s baked counterpart.

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Pear Oatmeal Creme Brulee #BrunchWeek

Turn your everyday oatmeal into a breakfast-dessert hybrid simply by brulee-ing the top. And throw some pears, and walnuts in there while you’re at it.

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Cheetos Mac & Cheese

Let your inner child shine with the cheesiest of macaroni and cheeses made with sharp cheese and cream cheese, topped off with a cheesy crunchy Cheetos topping.

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Garlic-Parmesan Chicken Stuffed Shells for Two

Garlic lovers will rejoice for these garlic and parmesan chicken stuffed shells. And in case you don’t scare anyone else away this recipe serves two.

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Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Cake

This cake! Two layers of moist, dark chocolate cake are covered with creamy peanut butter frosting, ganache, and chopped dark chocolate peanut butter cups. 

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Chocolate Lover’s Cupcakes

These chocolate on chocolate cupcakes will be loved by all, winning over the hearts of even the non-chocolate lovers. I know because that’s exactly what happened to me.

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Lemon Lush Bars

These fluffy lemon bars are so good you will find yourself rationalizing that such a light dessert just might be healthy. It’s all in perception right?

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Well, well, well, looks like my Buckeyes wanted to make sure my first day on the new job was one to remember! What a game! So excited for Ohio State to be the first College Football Playoff National Champions!!! I would have never anticipated this to happen after hearing that our starting QB was injured right before the start of the season. Neither would I have dreamed of it after losing to Virginia Tech and then again after almost losing to Penn State. Losing our second QB to injury right before the conference championship game. The controversy of selecting Ohio State over TCU or Baylor. Worst of all, the tragic death of Kosta. The list of things this team has had to overcome this year is just craziness and the team stuck together through it all and proved everyone wrong. Add it to the list of reasons I am proud to be a Buckeye.

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Going along with this new job of mine, you probably noticed the decrease in the amount of posts I share each week. I apologize for not feeding the addiction, providing daily fixes but until I can get back into a groove and have my kitchen fully organized (and not in boxes randomly dispersed around the floor), I regrettably will not be able to post as often. Lucky for you before getting the flu, traveling to Rochester for Christmas, and NYC for NYE, and moving to Ohio, I was able to whip up a few things to tide over some of the gaps. Bear with me as most things are sweets, such as these lemon lush bars, and may not abide by your new years resolutions. Just eat some healthy in compensate, that’s how it works right?

Two years ago: Overnight, Slow Cooker Eggnog Cranberry Steel-Cut Oatmeal

Four years ago: Stuffed Green Peppers
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Rosemary Mac & Cheese

What’s better than creamy, cheesy macaroni and cheese? Add rosemary and discover  how one little herb can transform this classic comfort food.

Rosemary Mac & Cheese

Remember when I told you about how Kita and I visited Peabody in Seattle? And the first thing we did was go to Lunchbox Laboratory to stuff our faces with burgers and get boozy milkshakes? Well, we had some killer rosemary mac and cheese with our meal and I’ve been dreaming of it ever since (along with pretty much everything else we ate during our visit). Adding rosemary to mac and cheese may not be the first thing you think of, but tastes like it was meant to be there all along. After much reminiscing of my taste buds, I finally gave in and made a homemade version, adapted from the Brussels sprout mac and cheese that I adored.

The mixture of white cheddar, goat cheese, and Parmesan in addition to the rosemary in this version is a force to be reckoned with. I was also really pleased with how well it reheated. I think the goat cheese helped with preventing the cheese sauce from separating, as it often does with homemade mac and cheese made without the use of processed cheeses.

One year ago: Eggnog Dip

Three years ago: Red Velvet Truffle Stuffed Funfetti Cupcakes
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