Showing posts from September, 2011

Pumpkin Love Cinnamon Rolls Lavishly Drizzled With Brown Sugar Icing

Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls , homemade dough that rises in 30-minutes.  They are filled with mixture of cinnamon, butter and brown sugar and lavishly topped with Creamy Brown Sugar Icing.   We have moved beyond Pumpkin Pie these days.  You might say Pumpkin has evolved into an ingredient defined as past meets present.

Quick Flat Roast Chicken

Flat Roast Chicken is sometimes called spatchcock chicken which is simply butterflied chicken.  The backbone is removed, and the chicken is easily roasted in a small amount of time.    ROAST CHICKEN Cut the cooking time in half while still getting a crispy, moist chicken with my Flat Roast Chicken recipe. One of my favorite go-to meals that stretches our dollars and makes my meal planning a lot friendlier!  Roasting a whole chicken is very easy to prepare.  But for a speedy way to roast a whole chicken , I like to cut the backbone and lay the whole chicken flat.

Pumpkin Love Chocolate Chip Muffins {Made with only 3 ingredients}

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins , only three ingredients of pure bliss.  Fall is in the air! Who is ready for fall?  I  know I am with all the 100 degree temperatures here in Texas.  There seems to be no end to them.  With that in mind, I thought maybe, just maybe, I would go ahead and pull out a pumpkin recipe that would put me more in the mood for fall. This recipe for Pumpkin Love Chocolate Chip Muffins is from a dear blogger friend of mine over at The Better Baker . The easy and quick preparation of these muffins send you into the land of pure love. At least that is how my grandchildren made me feel when I brought them some!

BBQ Ranch Stuffed Eggs

This recipe comes from Melissa d'Arabian the winner of season five of "The Next Food Network Stars".  I immediately wanted to make these BBQ Ranch Stuffed Eggs as soon as I saw her making them on her new show Ten Dollar Dinners.  A quick, inexpensive appetizer, and a great twist on an already family favorite. My tip for the perfect boiled eggs 1.  Always put a single layer of eggs in a saucepan and do not crowd.  If eggs are cold from the refrigerator fill the pot with cold water.  If the eggs are from the counter or at room temperature fill the pot with room temperature water. 2.  Bring water to a boil and boil for 3 minutes.  3.  Remove pot from the burner.  Put a lid on the pot and let set undisturbed for 15 minutes.   4.  Pour water off of the eggs holding the lid to keep eggs from falling out. 5.  With the eggs still in the pot gently shake them against the sides of the pan and up and down to crack the shell around the hot eggs. 6.  Pu