Is it panzerotti? Or panzarotti? Either way works. Doesn’t matter how you spell it …the important thing is how amazingly delicious these guys are.
This is one you’ll want to try. Just the thing to throw together when friends are stopping by. The base is made with plain old cream cheese and a small amount of heavy cream. The fresh lemon zest and herbs are mixed in and that’s it! Perfect with fresh veggies or breadsticks for dipping.
Think of these as biscuits to enjoy with your coffee or tea. Or as a crispy companion to a serving of vanilla ice cream. These guys are sweet, savory & salty …all at the same time. But not too much. Just a hint of each.
When you think of chicken piccata, the image that comes to mind is one of crusted chicken in a lemony sauce. Let’s stick with the lemony sauce but switch it up by using grilled chicken breasts. The grilling adds a delicious layer of flavor to this dish.
We all love homemade soup. There’s no written rule that we can’t take advantage of a few shortcuts and still claim it to be homemade. The difference is in the vegetables and herbs.
Let’s talk about grilled cheese sandwiches. What comes to mind from our early days are those familiar treats made with white bread and American cheese …magically transformed into a melty gooey comfort food. Simply done with a pat of butter and a frying pan.
Okay. So I know that blueberries are usually featured when they’re in season but really …they are plentiful pretty much anytime these days.
So, folks …these kinda look like doughnut holes, right? Their name or label isn’t important. The best thing about these guys is that they’re gluten-free!
Nutella. Yum. Now just imagine a generous amount of that chocolate goodness swirled throughout a loaf of not-too-sweet, gluten-free brioche bread, topped off with a layer of crunchy sweetness.
Brioche is a sweet bread that can be enjoyed with tea, as a breakfast pastry or even as a flatbread with savory toppings. Brioche buns are commonly served with some of the best burgers around.
How cute are these doggie treats? I always love the idea of making homemade food, especially treats, for loved ones. So why not for our fur babies? These are a little bit crunchy on the exterior, a little bit chewy on the interior & totally delicious throughout.
This one is a keeper. Crispy and creamy at the same time …if that is even possible. With the help of prepared ravioli from your grocer’s refrigerator, you’ll be enjoying these tasty treats in a matter of minutes.