Chicken Pot Pie
Enjoy a lighter version of this comfort food favorite without compromising the savory taste. This recipe calls for a “drop” biscuit dough that adds density to the topping, so you’ll get all the flaky goodness of a traditional piecrust without the fat and calories of butter! For an extra kick,...
Philly Cheesesteak Sandwiches | Love and Olive Oil
I give up. Why don't YOU try to photograph a cheesesteak. The gooier and meltier the better, taste-wise, but the harder it is to photograph. Disclaimer: I do not live in Philly, nor have I ever
Fried Mozzarella-Pepperoni Sticks ~ Made Easy + VIDEO
Fried Mozzarella-Pepperoni Sticks made easy with a few simple ingredients. These are a fun appetizer for any party. Who doesn’t love fried mozzarella sticks? It’s always one of those “special restaurant” appetizers we seem to reserve for only having when we are out to eat. But, what if you want to serve them at home? ... Read More about Fried Mozzarella-Pepperoni Sticks ~ Made Easy + VIDEO
Gonna have to try this- box of Angel Food Cake mix (just the contents of the box, no need to follow the directions on the box), and combine it with a 20 ounce can of crushed pineapple in its own juice. (No need to use a mixer, just stir it by hand) When you do this, something magical happens. The mixture starts to froth and it turns into an amazingly airy, fluffy bowl of deliciousness right before your eyes. Once it's all mixed up, simply pour it into a 9 x 13 pan and bake it at 350 for…
Wilton Cake Decorating & Tools
Strawberries are a summertime staple, and what better way to eat them than in a Strawberry Shortcake! Layer fresh strawberries, angel food cake, and whipped cream for a sweet, but light dessert to enjoy this summer!
Turkey Pot Pie. An old fashioned leftover turkey classic!
Turkey Pot Pie. An old fashioned favourite with an updated method to ensure a crispy pastry and intensely flavourful filling. A comfort food classic.
Pimm's and strawberry cobbler | Fruit recipes | Jamie Oliver recipe
Cobblers originated in the British and American colonies. English settlers were unable to make their beloved suet pudding due to lack of ingredients and cooking equipment, so instead covered stewed fruit with a layer of uncooked plain biscuits, creating a ‘cobbled’ effect. This version is perfect to celebrate beautiful British strawberries, soaked in that classic summer tipple, Pimm’s.