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No-Bake Butterscotch-Coconut CookiesThese no-bake butterscotch and chocolate-drizzled “buttons” couldn’t be easier. They don’t require an oven and can be made in less than half an hour, meaning you have no excuses for not making cookies.
The leftovers are equally as delicious and versatile!  Chop it up for a killer salad to take for lunch the next day, or my family’s favorite, use the leftovers to make BBQ chicken nachos.  Yup I said it.  We eat nachos for dinner and I am not going to even apologize, because we pack them full of wholesome chicken and veggies and we LOVE them!  You can get a recipe for one of our favorite versions on my Easy Family Recipes Instagram!
These squares are rich with the flavors of ground cinnamon and ground ginger, and sweet with the tastes of sugar and molasses. Then, lemon-cream cheese frosting dresses them up further. The Lemon-Cream Cheese Frosting includes cream cheese, lemon curd, lemon rind, and powdered sugar, creating a creamy mix of sweet with just a delicate taste of tart. Once these have been frosted, Cut them triangles and serve them with a cup of your favorite tea. These store well, so if you want to make them in advance, you may keep them in the refrigerator up to a week.
A quick tip for making your meatballs: Do not over mix. I combine the ingredients with my hands just until it’s combined. That’s it. When you portion the meatballs they tend to get a little sticky. I recommend wetting your hands with water before you start rolling out your meatballs.
One of the most common questions I get, when we talk about cooking easy crockpot meals using ground beef recipes is this:  “Can you just put it in the slow cooker with the rest of the food, without pre-cooking it?”  That is a great question!  Read my tips below to decide what you think:
PRO TIP: This sugar cookie recipe has a mild flavoring. For a strong flavor, double the amount of almond extract. The extra 1/4 teaspoon of almond extract may seem like a small amount, but it provides a strong flavor.
So are you a fellow beef and broccoli aficionado? A lover of speedy skillet recipes? A hater of washing dishes? All of the above? If so, Ground Beef and Broccoli definitely deserves a spot on your must-make list. After all, it relies on ingredients that you probably already have in your fridge/freezer/pantry, and it’s a nice change of pace from spaghetti or meatloaf when you’ve got ground beef to use up. One family-pleasing dinner coming right up! 😉
Heat the remaining 1 tablespoon oil in the pan over medium-high heat. Add chicken, Italian seasoning, salt and the remaining 1 tablespoon garlic. Cook, stirring frequently, until the chicken is no longer pink on the outside, about 2 minutes. Add broth, tomatoes and penne. Bring to a boil and cook, uncovered, stirring frequently, until the penne is cooked and the sauce has reduced and thickened, 15 to 20 minutes.
Think of having Sloppy Cola Joe Dogs as a delicious and convenient way to enjoy making a mess. Our Test Kitchen couldn’t get enough of these new sloppy Joes enlivened with a splash of cola, which gives the ground beef a sweet boost that plays well off the filling’s spices. Try these with traditional or split-top hot dog buns, or hoagie rolls. You’ll love these even more when you add your favorite coleslaw for crunch and color.
Silky and sweet, the red currant pan sauce would be delicious served over pork chops or grilled poultry. Use leftover jam for anything from spreading over biscuits to creating a flavor base for barbecue sauce.
This sounds wonderful! I love having things in the freezer waiting on me rather than the other way around! I buy ball pint size jars that can be used in the freezer for this type of food. Can’t wait to try all the recipes listed! Meatballs, marinara sauce, baked asiago and pasta and that incredible looking pizza! Will let you know. Just a thought! Maybe thaw a few meatballs quarter them and use instead of sausage!
These red velvet brownies taste as good as they look. They are moist, tasty, and swirling with color. They are packed with the flavors of peppermint, bittersweet chocolate, and vanilla, and are rich with cream cheese. Their excitement comes in part from the red food coloring that is swirled into the batter along with the other ingredients. It creates a beautiful pattern that emerges as everything cooks. You’ll love how it looks almost as much as you love how it tastes. Reviewers love their color and pattern. As they say, “these are quite a show stopper!” Let these Red Velvet-Peppermint Swirl Brownies be the star of your next dinner or get-together.
Roll into 12 large meatballs or 20 small meatballs. In a large skillet heat olive oil and 1 Tablespoon butter. Add the meatballs and cook turning continuously until brown on each side and cooked throughout. Transfer to a plate and cover with foil.
Penne arrabbiata is a great year-round pasta dish—it can be made with fresh tomatoes during the summer, but this time of year, canned will yield delicious results. “Arrabbiata” is Italian for “angry,” and we like to embrace that fieriness by adding lots of red pepper flakes (or fresh red chilies, if we have them). We also finish cooking the pasta in the sauce, ensuring that each piece is evenly coated.
How crisp do you like your bacon?  If you like really crispy bacon, it is best to cook it separately from your dish.  By cooking the chicken bake on the top rack at a fairly high heat, you do get the edges of the bacon crisp if you make it as directed.  It is not super crispy all the way through though.  For me, the convenience and flavor it adds to the dish as a whole is so worth it not being super crispy, but if you absolutely love it crispy, then you can place the dish on the middle rack to bake and put the bacon on a cookie sheet about the last 10 minutes of the cook time then add it on for far crispier bacon.
I have been plotting on making this dish for a couple days now. I almost made it last night, with all intentions on adding chicken breast! Instead I made something else, and currently have my penne boiling to make this dish. Following the recipe but on a larger scale, and definitely adding portabella mushrooms in the mix! Will be having this a nice juicy steak, so I’m extra excited for this meal. Never tried it, so thanks for your recipe! Oh by the way, Happy Valentine’s Day!
To make the meatballs, combine meat, garlic, breadcrumbs, Parmesan, eggs, salt, pepper, parsley, and a splash of milk in a mixing bowl. Mix together well with hands. Roll into 25 1 1/2-inch balls and place on a cookie sheet. Place cookie sheet into the freezer for 5 to 10 minutes to firm up.
With my changes I give this 4 forks. I could tell this was lacking in the flavor department so with these changes it does not disappoint! Substitute 1 lb Italian sausage for 1 lb of ground beef. Add 1/2 onion very thinly sliced and diced (or grated as another recommended), add 3-4 tblsp chopped garlic, 1/4 cup parmesan and go heavy on the parsley. I served this with ricotta gnocchi. Delicious. Making again this week.
So if possible please use dark brown sugar. If you are in a pinch and you only have light brown don’t worry you will still have a very tasty meal. Just promise me the next time you make it you will use dark brown sugar, the flavor difference is noticeable. 
I just love these meatballs! I’ve made them twice so far and thought this would make a great meatloaf and it did! I made Italian green beans and mashed potatoes. It had such a great flavor i didn’t need gravy or tomato sauce on top of it. Thank you so much!
Lauren Deen is the author of the New York Times bestselling Cook Yourself Thin series and Kitchen Playdates. She is an Emmy award—and James Beard award— winning television producer and director. She is currently executive producer of food(ography) on the Cooking Channel.
If there’s anything we’re willing to experiment with, it’s finding just the right kind of chocolate chip cookie that suits our tastes. After baking, testing and tasting over and over again, we landed on the ultimate crowd-pleaser of a chocolate chip cookie—and that’s why we named this recipe “Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookies!” What makes it the best? A texture that balances tender and crunchy, just the right amount of chips and a cup of nuts for a little extra something special. Even better, this recipe is reliable enough that you can use it as a base for a little experimentation—try different kinds of chips and nuts for easy flavor twists.
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I’ve attempted to make a copycat version many times, but it wasn’t until I read the authentic recipe from the wonderful family who authors The Woks of Life, did I finally have the secret to the sauce. If you want the real deal, just follow that link. I didn’t have a lot of the add-ins they use on hand so I used what I had in my veggie crisper and my freezer. My version is a quickie pretty-near-authentic meal that uses budget ingredients.
This is good but not sure it deserves such accolades. Meatballs are decent. Sauce a little plain. Think I would do the meatballs again but look for a different sauce. Served with fresh made noodles which definitely make a difference.
Made half of the amount and still got 16 quite big cookies, but it took over 20 minutes before they even started to feel firm when lightly touched. I never know when I should get these cookies out of the oven because this time I waited too long and they’re now crisp, but they do taste really good 🙂
These turtle cookies have every indulgent flavor we could pack in a recipe: chocolate, peanut butter, caramel, and toffee. They also have chopped peanuts, which are certainly delicious whether you consider them decadent or not. Once the Peanut Butter-Toffee Turtle Cookies come out of the oven, they get topped with a caramel mixture, and then melted chocolate gets drizzled on top. It is seriously a symphony of sticky-sweet goodness. Given that one reviewer described these as “the best cookies I’ve ever had,” you only have to ask one question: is it okay to begin baking the batch while you’re still reading the recipe? You are, aren’t you?

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  1. If you need a quick weeknight dinner, gently cooking fish in a skillet on the stovetop is one of the simplest ways to go. The almond coating on this tilapia gives it a great nutty-flavored crunch, and extra toasted almonds sprinkled on top truly bring these flavors to the fore. Ready in less than 10 minutes, this recipe will become a go-to weeknight meal your family will love. If you prefer a fish other than tilapia, catfish, orange roughy, or flounder can work equally as well. Whichever you choose, it will be simple to bring this healthier version of a Southern fish fry to your weeknight dinner table.
    You will love this cookie from the moment you speak its name. And what could be more Southern than pecans, except maybe making sure they are in the perfect pralines? The key to these is making sure to keep your eye on the heat—the temperature, that is. Making pralines is all about warming everything up, then cooling it down just right. For twists on the traditional, you can add chocolate, instant coffee granules, or even bourbon to this to create even more unique pralines. Whether you prefer the classic recipe, or want to put your best praline foot forward, everyone who has a bite will go nuts for these!

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