Recipes I've been loving lately

Recipes I’ve been loving lately

Recipes I've been loving lately

We all know that a good recipe can be hard to find. Since I am always on the lookout for new favorites to add to my repertoire, I thought I’d pass along a few that I have tried and loved in the past several months:

Cheesy Beef and Rice (this is an easy casserole to pair with a salad or veggie dish, and also freezes very well)

The Easiest, Healthiest, Most Scrumptious Fudge Ever (the title says it all)

Mayonnaise (I’ve been doing mine with sunflower oil, which also works well, and with apple cider vinegar instead of the other two vinegars. I add a touch of honey or maple syrup for sweetness, and it’s fantastic and so easy to make)

Cheesy Turkey Sausage Stromboli (my husband loved this! I added some homemade pizza sauce to the inside of it, to make it a bit more pizza-ish, and we really loved it)

Turkey (or Chicken) Apple Sausages (these are simple to make and have this wonderful sweetness to them. They turned out far tastier than I imagined they would with such simple ingredients)

Spiced Pumpkin Muffins (absolutely the best when fresh, with a warm, crumbly struesel topping!)

Blueberry Clafoutis (a very light, fluffy dessert, so quick and easy to make. Just make sure you don’t cook it with a lid on… trust me)

Chocolate Coconut Milk Ice Cream (use the creamiest coconut milk you can find, and you will be stunned at how delightfully rich and creamy this ice cream is!)

Power Bars (I couldn’t keep my hands off these. I kept them in the freezer, and had to seriously restrain myself and my husband. Yum)

Looking at this list, I think I must have comfort foods and dessert on the brain. 🙂

I also noticed that more than half of these recipes came from The Nourishing Gourmet, my favorite food blogger. Not only are her recipes nutritious and full of traditional and wholesome foods, but they are also delicious and usually frugal, too!

What recipes have you been loving lately?

Top image by Heather aka Molly

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  1. Okay, so this one will only work for Superbowl, and it’s incredibly bad for you. But it’s soooo yummy, and I haven’t met a man yet who didn’t give me googly eyes for serving it. Lol.

    2 cooked chicken breasts, shredded
    1 c. hot sauce
    1 jar Marzetti’s blue cheese dressing
    1 block cream cheese
    2.5 cups shredded cheddar
    Mix and bake til hot and bubbly. Serve with celery sticks and nachos/crackers. Yummo!

    Tonight we’re going to make strawberry muffins. I bought a bag of white chocolate chips to add a little fun. We’ll bake them and deliver them to the neighbors while they’re still warm. We love doing that!

  2. Sometime later I will get around to sending you a few recipes I have on my computer that I have been thinking you would like. Right now I am typing with one finger LOL

  3. Did you use coconut/palm sugar for the fudge? I don’t have that and am trying to decide what to substitute with.

  4. Actually, Amanda, I used honey, though I think it would be even nicer with either palm sugar or rapadura/sucananat. The honey gave it a taste that I thought was just every so slightly too fruity, but otherwise still amazing.

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