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Four Cheese Spinach Dip

This dip is a MAJOR crowd pleaser!  You can whip it up in 5 minutes, put it in the oven and you are done! As easy as that! AND the most important part is that WHILE you are making the dip and following my step by step instructions, you can have a look at the above pictures and get some eye candy while cooking!!!! I think this is the smartest idea I have ever had….which doesn’t say much about me but…Anyways! Ingredients: 8 Ounce of cream cheese (room temp) 1…

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Cabbage Steaks Recipe

Cabbage steaks are really easy to make and they always turn out delicious. Whether or not you’re doing low carb, they’re a great side dish for any meal or even a snack. Delicious and easy to prepare, my cabbage steaks only have three ingredients (cabbage, oil and garlic). The only downside is the cook time, but they’re worth the wait (I promise). Ingredients 1 Head cabbage 2 Tbsp olive oil 1 Tbsp garlic minced Instructions 1. Slice one head of cabbage into 1 inch thick steaks 2. Mix 2 Tablespoons…

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Caramel Apple Dump Cake

If you’ve been a follower of my blog for awhile, you’ll know that I enjoy easy recipes…especially easy desserts. Today’s recipe is just that…easy!  And it’s perfect to get us all in the mood for Fall with this Caramel Apple Dump Cake Recipe. What’s really nice about this recipe is that you make it in individual ramekins.  How cute does this mini caramel apple dump cake desserts look?  Oh, and did I tell you there was a video to go with this recipe?  That’s right, make sure you play it…

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Cream Cheese Strawberry Cobbler

This strawberry cobbler is one of the best strawberry desserts I’ve had in a long time. This is a sweet strawberry treat that I’m sure anybody could appreciate. Rich tasting and sweet, this recipe is great for any occasion (especially potlucks) I stumbled across this recipe one day after I had been to the store. I had bought a strawberry cobbler there and had cut a piece to eat when I got home. Needless to say it was disappointing. I figured that I could make a better one from scratch.…

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Homemade Bounty Bars

One of the best parts of the job is always having so much delicious food to eat. But even with my love of dessert, there’s just no way to consume it all by myself. So I try to take full advantage if I’m going out by bringing at least one recipe—and usually two or three—to share. On Saturday night, wanting to make something different from the usual party fare of brownies and cookies (and chips and dip – so much yawn), I brought these homemade coconut bounty bars to a…

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Cream Cheese-Filled Pumpkin Snickerdoodles

Sweet, dense pumpkin cookies filled with a rich layer of sweetened cream cheese. These low carb, sugar free Pumpkin Snickerdoodles are are the cookies of your low carb dreams! Let the pumpkin recipes begin, shall we? I held off until it is officially September, so you should be very proud of me! Especially since I live in Montana, where the cold mornings begin in August (or sometimes all summer long)! But this brings me to a point . . . why do we relegate pumpkin to only a few months out…

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Best Cooked Corn on the Cob

Reviews about the Recipe “O.M.G. Seriously the *best* corn on the cob we have ever had! Sugar & lemon juice? Insane! But it worked beautifully! I am somewhat of a corn snob (and would personally be perfectly content eatting it virtually raw from the stalk) so I was somewhat hesitant and made two pots – one just in boiling water, the other as you directed in your recipe. The subtle sweetness of the sugar meshed with the tangy lemon juice was superb. Thank you so much for recipe!” “Outstanding! From…

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Chocolate Poke Cake

This Chocolate Poke Cake is out of this world. SO chocolatey! So moist! Amazing. I dare you to try and keep your fork out of it. Poke cakes have quickly become one of my favorite things to make when I’m looking for an easy but delicious cake. I love a beautiful layered cake, but sometimes easy ones are the way to go. And since poke cakes are defined by the holes that are poked into it and filled with flavor, there are so many possibilities. It occurred to me that…

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Pineapple Sunshine Cake

Today’s recipe is simple, easy, and delicious, y’all. I wanted to share it with you before the weekend because this would be the perfect, easy addition to your Easter spread. I got this recipe from one of the lovely ladies I used to work with when we were living in Kansas. Let me tell ya, my midwestern friends are some UH-mazing cooks! I always say that southern food is my comfort food, but ya know what? Kansas girls… now they know how to make some good food! 🙂 I love…

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Pastaless Italian Salad ( adapted)

Pastaless Italian Salad ( adapted) Serves 6 Ingredients 6 small zucchini, spiralized (makes zucchini spaghetti) 1 small red onion, sliced 1 pint cherry tomatoes 1 green bell pepper, chopped 1 orange bell pepper, chopped 1/2 cup black olives 12 oz. marinated artichoke hearts, drained Fresh chopped parsley as garnish 1 bottle of your favorite Italian Dressing Salad Instructions: Shake well and gently combine zucchini noodles with dressing according to your taste. Gently combine remaining ingredients. Taste test, adjust dressing if needed. Enjoy

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Cheesy Broccoli and Rice Casserole

I had planned on making some steaks on the grill and I was in search of a side dish. I was going to baked potatoes, but we needed a vegetable. I usually just open up a can of something and warm it up in the microwave, but we were having steak! I wanted something that would match with the quality of that delicious cut of meat. That’s when I remembered my Mom’s broccoli and rice casserole that she used to make us all of the time. That was going to…

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APPLE PIE CUPCAKES

A fun and easy apple pie cupcake recipe made with cinnamon roll dough, spiced apples and a crumble topping. How can it go wrong? Jump to next page or watch our quick recipe video showing you how we make them. The bottom of the cupcakes are made from cinnamon roll dough (store-bought or homemade) that have been flattened out into thin discs. Then we fill the middle with apples that are cooked in butter, lemon and cinnamon. Everything is topped with buttery streusel and baked. We absolutely love these cupcakes, not to mention…

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