This easy crockpot London broil recipe is tender and delicious! It can be started in the morning and ignored all day until you are ready to eat. If you’d like gravy, prepare it with the drippings just before serving, or use the drippings for an au jus for dipping.
As part of our Bulk Cooking for the Freezer: Ground Beef ebook, we include several recipes using taco-seasoned browned ground beef. This one is super easy and delicious. Give it a try, and if you like it you might want to try out the rest of the recipes in the ebook. Want to cook […]
Black beans are one of my favorite beans – they go well with corn and tomatoes in cold salads as well as hot sides, but the king of all black bean recipes is black bean soup. For this recipe, I prefer using prepared dry beans because they are more tender than the canned beans and it’s easier to get the right consistency for soup. If you like this soup, try a similar mixture without the broth to make a thick bean dip for corn chips.
Zucchini seems to grow slowly and just when you think it will never be ready – overnight, you have more than you know what to do with. Here are 3 fresh zucchini recipes, 2 of which freeze well.
Combine cream cheese, powdered sugar, and pudding mix in a large bowl. Mix on low speed until combined, then beat on high speed for about a minute or until mixture is creamy and of even consistency. Add remaining ingredients and beat on medium speed until well mixed and fluffy. Place needed amount* in a serving dish and sprinkle with crystallized sugar. Serve with gingersnaps for dipping.
This recipe makes quite a bit, so it would be good to use as a dip and plan to make a pie, trifle, or other dessert with the extra filling.
We use a lot of cilantro — it adds a special flavor to to everything from guacamole to casseroles and soups, but unfortunately it has a short harvest season. When you grow it yourself it tends to bolt after a short time, and it’s not available year round in most grocery stores. A good way […]
Although many new cooks are intimidated by cooking with them, pumpkins are just large squash. Preparing them for use in recipes is simply a matter of slicing them, scooping out the seeds, and baking them. Once baked, the meat can be scooped out and puréed for use in pies, mousse, trifles, and more.
This traditional pumpkin recipe is a staple at Thanksgiving meals. It can be made ahead and refrigerated. An alternative pumpkin pie is this easy no-bake recipe which makes 2 pies. The pecans are optional, so if you are in a hurry or don’t care for nuts, simply omit them. Without the nuts, it’s just a […]
This delicious and light dessert would also be a good filling for a no-bake pie in a graham cracker or crushed gingersnap crust. Another festive idea would be to use it as a filling for Pumpkin Parfaits and layer with crushed gingersnaps and whipped cream.