Peanut Butter, Strawberries, Bananas and Granola = Healthy Breakfast to go
Chicken and Spinach crispitos. Healthy version!!! Baked not fried.
blueberry french toast roll ups + cream cheese dipping sauce.
I'm beyond addicted -- Slice banana into thin chips, dip in lemon juice, and spread on a cookie sheet. Bake for 2 hours @ 200 degrees and flip. Bake for another 1.5-2 hours or until crisp. Homemade banana chips!
Blogger says "Broil a grapefruit - If you’ve never done this before, you are seriously missing out. Grapefruit is good but broiled grapefruit is GOOOOD. The sugars caramelize and the flesh gets a little warm and gooey and it’s a sweet, tangy, brûléed masterpiece for your tastebuds. I highly recommend it."
Perfect for football season!!! Mini tacos: Won ton wrappers in muffin tins. Fill with taco seasoned ground meat, cheese bake for 8 minutes at 350. Top with favorite taco toppings! diy
Spread frozen corn (not thawed) on baking sheet, sprinkle with olive oil salt pepper. Broil for 5 min // my family couldnt get enough of this. Will never use stovetop again!
No bake, Chewy Granola Bars (just like Quaker) without strange ingredients.
Wicked Witch Apple Punch We made this punch last year for a baby shower and it was amazing. This is a great punch for any party doesn't have to be Halloween. Sooooooo good and easy to make.
Summer salsa. It makes a great snack for those eating "light"!
Vanilla Bean Crepes with Peaches and Cream
Fried Honey Banana... seriously been eating this like every night for my dessert and in love. only honey, banana and cinnamon and ALL good for you. Theyre amazing crispy goodness by themselves, or give a nice upgrade sprinkled over french toast or a peanut butter banana sandwich
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Cheese sauce - if you love "cheese" sauce, but love actual cheese, then you have to try this recipe. The trick is using evaporated milk; you get the same consistency, but without all of the weird chemicals in "pasteurized cheese product."
Substitute for cans of cream of...soup. One batch is equivalent to 9 cans of soup; just add water when ready to use!