Enjoy the aroma of freshly baked cookies. So good!
Enjoy a comfort food dinner on a rainy night using your slow-cooker. Make your own delicious BBQ sauce or choose a favorite bottled sauce.
The maple syrup in the marinade gives the salmon an amazing flavor.
There are lots of rice pudding recipes but maple syrup makes this one special. Choose a short-grained rice for a creamier texture.
This is the perfect refreshing dessert. Add some extra green coloring for a St. Patrick's Day treat.
The combination of potatoes and cabbage is a traditional Irish dish that is often associated with St. Patrick's Day.
You can eat the Mediterranean way with this healthful salad with lots of color and flavor.
This is a true healthful Mediterranean appetizer with lots of flavor and color.
Are you looking for a healthy breakfast but you really aren't an oatmeal lover?
These supper clubs, neighborhood pubs and takeout places have some of the best deep fried fish in Madison.
I love this recipe because I can combine a variety of my favorite fresh fruits, including apples, and make it a day before serving it.
In New Orleans, no two recipes for red beans and rice are the same.
Use a rotisserie chicken and combine it with wild rice, white rice and fresh fruit. Add a sweet cinnamon flavored dressing and top it with chopped nuts. Yum!
Make your fresh strawberries super special with this wonderful sauce.
This is a refreshing light appetizer soup. Add extra spice if you like it hot.
By Grace Edquist
This is a great comfort-food flavorful stew. Choose a low fat Italian turkey or chicken sausage. To make this recipe extra easy, use a rotisserie-style chicken.
This is a super easy and attractive way to serve eggs. Get them ready at night, refrigerate and bake them in the morning.
This is a treat. Make it ahead -- even several days ahead and it will be a big breakfast hit.
Haddie McLean shared these cookies on the morning show and suggested that they would be good enough for breakfast. I adapted the recipe and make them a little less healthy by adding chocolate chips.
Roasted Pumpkin 1 Pound Pumpkin Flesh¼ Cup Grape seed Oil1 Tbsp Garam Masala½ tsp Cinnamon¼ tsp Nutmeg2 Tbsp HoneyPumpkin Puree Yield: 40 ounces3 ½ Cup Soy Milk1 tsp Cinnamon¼ tsp Nutmeg¼ Cup Brown Sugar1 Tbsp VanillaPancake Mix Yield: 12 Pancakes1 ½ Cup All-purpose flour3 tsp Baking Powder1 tsp Baking Soda½ tsp Salt1 Each Egg1 ¼ Cup Soy Milk8 ounces Pumpkin Puree¼ Cup Grape seed OilPre-heat oven to 400 degrees. Rough chop pumpkin flesh into approximately ½ inch cubes. Combine seasonings, honey and oil in a bowl and mix together. Toss pumpkin in mixture and place on a baking sheet. Roast seasoned pumpkin in oven for approximately 15 to 20 minutes, until soft and caramelized.When pumpkin is finished roasting, remove from oven and let cool 5 minutes. Place roasted pumpkin in blender and add soy milk. Puree pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, brown sugar, vanilla and soy milk together until it reaches shake like consistency (Additional soy milk may be needed depending on the fiber content of pumpkin).Sift flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt together in a medium sized bowl. Whisk egg and soy milk together in a separate bowl until combined. While stirring dry ingredients pour in liquid until smooth (Do not over mix the batter). Add 8 ounces of pumpkin puree to pancake batter and stir. Let batter rest for 5 minutes so the carbon dioxide from the baking soda can activate to form bubbles.