3 Easy Breakfast Recipes Your Kids are Sure to Love!

Pancake Dippers Ingredients: 1 batch of Old Fashioned Buttermilk Pancake batter (#1822) 12 slices bacon, cooked (#3297, #4835, or #3298) Syrup (#8012, #5946) Instructions: Pour batter into a squeeze bottle

Holiday Baked Potatoes With Topping

Holiday Baked Potatoes With Topping Ingredients: 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese (#1860) 1 cup sour cream 1/2 tsp. salt (#1146) 8 potatoes 1/4 cup finely sliced green onion 8 slices

Seared Halibut with Smashed Baby Potatoes, Bacon and Asparagus with Soy Garlic Broth

  Have you ever joined us for one of our webinars featuring Chef Alex?  We love it when he visits and shares his kitchen secrets!  This savory halibut meal is

Pasta Carbonara

Need a quick meal on a night when the kids have practices and music lessons?  Pasta is always a family favorite and a go-to meal for busy moms.  If you’re

Bacon Wrapped Shrimp & Pineapple Skewers

Are you enjoying grilling season?  Cooking on the back patio has two obvious benefits–the kitchen stays cooler, and there are less dishes to wash. Holla! This recipe for Bacon Wrapped

Cheesy Hash Brown Potato Chowder

This comforting soup recipe only requires a few basic ingredients, starting with our bestselling Shredded Hash Browns.  It’s cheesy potato goodness with minimal effort–perfect for a chilly evening!  Cheesy Hash

Slow Cooker Parmesan Honey Roast

We love Leigh Ann Wilkes site, Your Homebased Mom,  and when we saw her mouthwatering recipe for Slow Cooker Parmesan Honey Pork Roast, we couldn’t wait to try it with

Brunch Recipe Roundup

Christmas morning should be saved for drinking eggnog by the Christmas tree, watching the kids joyfully open presents, and reveling in the spirit of the day. Get your grocery shopping and meal prep done in advance so you don’t end up spending your Christmas morning stuck in the kitchen–or running to the 7-11 to grab a forgotten food item!

5 Products You Won’t Find in the Grocery Store, and Why You Need Them

Sometimes the difference between being a novice and an expert in the kitchen is knowing the tricks of the trade. Cooking with the same products used by chefs and commercial bakers lets you feel like an expert cook, but only requires following simple directions.

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