I made homemade barbecue sauce and I made a lot of it, so I needed to cook some things to eat with it. Plain old chicken is boring so I made this. You'll like it, I promise.
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Zucchini bread it all the rage, so why can’t zucchini muffins be all the rage, too? They’re easier to grab-n-go in the mornings and they taste just the same. This recipe was contributed by Erin Alvarez of The Almond Eater.
Pie crust is by far my favorite thing to make in the kitchen. First things first, I am an advocate for good fat and a high-quality, organic, grass-fed butter devotee. Good butter truly makes all the difference when baking. Beyond its health benefits, the flavor of good butter can make even the most novice bakers look good. This recipe primary uses whole-wheat flour but includes a small additional of spelt flour for flavor and depth. If you don't have spelt, you can simply add in a 1/2 cup more all-purpose or whole-wheat flour in its stead.The trick with pie crust is to keep everything cold; you don’t want the heat from your hands to melt the butter. Instead, you want the cold butter lovingly layered into the flour so your pie crust bakes up flaky. Next, unless you are using a food processor, I recommend using your hands to form the dough. Feeling the moisture content makes all the difference in making the perfect crust. However, if you do add too much water, simply throw in a bit more flour to balance it out again. Lastly, when your dough is finished, shape into flat, round discs; this will make it much easier to roll out.
Enjoy the goodness of oats and whole wheat flour in this delicious yeast bread flavored with raisin and spice – a wholesome breakfast or tea-time snack.This recipe was the grand prize winner of the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest in 1976. Recipe Courtesy of Pillsbury. Every other winning recipe from the Pillsbury Bake-Off.
The sauce for this easy pasta recipe gets a pleasantly nutty background flavor from a secret pantry ingredient: anchovies. That's right. Anchovies not only add natural salt to the sauce but also give it a bit of a protein boost. If you've ever bought a jar of anchovies to make Caesar salad dressing from scratch, and couldn't figure out what to do with the rest, use them to flavor pasta sauces and cut down on salt. For this sauce, I didn't have to put any salt into the sauce, and it tasted delicious. Click here to see 7 Healthy Pasta Recipes That Won't Destroy Your Waistline.
Dish with Diane — a series all about getting healthy and delicious foods right from world-class chefs themselves, brings you this special pasta. Homemade pasta is full of summer vegetables and mixed together with fresh herbs.
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This cookie recipe is a healthier alternative to others because of the added Greek yogurt, whole wheat pastry flour, rolled oats, walnuts, and dark chocolate. Greek yogurt adds extra protein, and is a substitute for a ½ cup of butter. The whole wheat flour, rolled oats, and walnuts bring in additional protein and fiber. The molasses contributes not only great flavor, but a good amount of potassium. Last, but not least, the dark chocolate is a great addition of iron, and more potassium and fiber. Just because it’s the holidays it doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice your health — have a treat that’s both healthy and sweet. This recipe is courtesy of Alisha Falkenstein
This vegetarian pasta dish has a blend of delicate flavors. Sweet fresh peas combine with savory elements of porcini mushroom and tender, grilled asparagus to make a harmonious dressing for whole-wheat pasta, and a hint of acidity from lemon, and a bit of saltiness from freshly grated pecorino romano round out the dish — all to keep you thinking about the next bite. Good quality extra-virgin olive oil at the very end seals in the flavors.