Posts Tagged ‘spinach’

Rustic Spanakopita

Homemade spanakopita just got easier. With a puff pastry crust, this rustic version is quick, easy, and tastes like a flaky crust spinach and cheese pizza.

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Paalak Paneer

Homemade paalak paneer is easier than you think. Whip some up for take-out fake-out on a weeknight!

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Pesto Chicken with Spinach & Wild Rice

Simple ingredients doesn’t mean boring. This pesto chicken is a great weeknight meal and is delicious served over wild rice and fresh spinach.

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Bacon Wrapped Breakfast Casserole Muffins

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Pump up the bacon volume in your breakfast with these thick-sliced bacon-wrapped breakfast casserole muffins. You may never want to cook it in a regular pan every again.

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Chorizo Ragu Stuffed Spaghetti Squash

Ragu like you’ve never seen it before, with chorizo, black beans, spinach, and peppers. Then it all gets stuffed into a spaghetti squash.

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Red Monster Spinach Smoothie

Love adding spinach to your smoothies but hate the color it creates? Substitute with heirloom red spinach and you’ll completely forget that you ever added any spinach!

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Spinach Artichoke Goat Cheese Ball

Turn your favorite spinach artichoke dip into a cheese ball. This version incorporates goat cheese and bacon making it a cheese ball to be reckoned with.

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Greek Potato Casserole

All the Greek flavors you love come together in one potato casserole. Perfect side for a simple roasted chicken or an all out Greek-fest.

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Spinach Dip

This spinach dip is not only easy to throw together, but also delicious. This creamy spinach dip has water chestnuts and onion mixed in for some crunch.

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Ready for all the college football conference championship games tomorrow? After a rough week for the Buckeyes in spite of the win over Michigan I’m not entirely sure how I feel about the Big Ten game. I suppose the show must go on in spite of the tragic loss of Kosta Karageorge. My thoughts are with his family, biological and Buckeye-family.


With college football season nearing it’s end and pro football still going strong, dips and other snacky foods are in high demand. How about this creamy spinach dip which requires not cooking at all. Just mix and serve! Would be great served in a big bread bowl.

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One year ago: Bananas Foster Pancakes

Two years ago: Christmas Red Velvet Mug Cake

Three years ago: Spinach Artichoke Dip
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Ham Florentine Stuffed French Toast

Set aside your sweet french toast and pile up on the savory for breakfast with this ham florentine stuffed french toast. Like a a grown-up ham and grilled cheese sandwich, but for breakfast!

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Welcome to this month’s installment of The Secret Recipe Club. This time around I was assigned to Ros’s bog The More Than Occasional Baker! I somehow managed not to cook one of Ros’s desserts. I could happily get lost in all of her amazing flavor combinations with things such as Crystallized Ginger and Beer Cake, Marmalade Chocolate Croissant Pudding, and Pear Walnut Cake. Be sure to stop over and check out her blog!


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Sometimes happy coincidences happen when you don’t fully read recipe instructions. Usually unhappy things, but sometimes good. For example, even though I read the title of this recipe on The More Than Occasional Baker and saw the word “baked” I most definitely whipped out the skillet and went to town before I could correct myself. Apparently I was so excited to try a savory stuffed french toast, drizzled in maple syrup, that I didn’t want to wait for it to bake! I am one of those people that loves sopping up the remnant syrup on my breakfast plate not with my pancake, but with my sausage or whatever other breakfast meat I’ve got going on, so the idea of syrup on this savory stuffed french toast pulled me right in and it did not disappoint. I do like the idea of baking it with some extra cheese on top though, cause when is that ever a bad thing?

And yes I drank wine with my french toast. Don’t hate, I developed a weakness for Gewurztraminer. So very unlike me loving a white, but I do enjoy my whites sweet, while my reds are dry.

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One year ago: Thanksgiving Dinner for Two

Two years ago: Buckeye Cupcakes

Three years ago: Apple Blackberry Pie

Four years ago: Cranberry Sauce
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