Last year, I came up with Pumpkin Spice Snack Mix, my own take on cereal snack mix. I love all things pumpkin spice, and this was a perfect blend of sweet and salty.
Maple bacon corn muffins are a treat for a cool fall morning. I bake them on Sunday morning and serve them piping hot. You get 18 muffins out of one batch, leaving plenty of muffins left over to keep on hand for a quick weekday morning breakfast.
Peanut Butter Fruit and Pretzel dip is a no cook recipe that's easy to take to your tailgate or football party this weekend! This tasty dip only has 3 ingredients so you can whip it up with very little prep work.
This weekend is the best weekend of the year. NFL Kickoff! Woot-woot! The first game day is a big deal in my house. Playing around in the kitchen, I thought of an easy way to make one jar of local NC peanuts into three super tasty game day snacks.
A co-worker came to work last week with an abundance of banana peppers from her garden. While it's not a huge batch, it was enough for me to fire up the stove and fix a batch of home canned banana peppers.
If you live in a relatively hot climate, with long and humid summers, you probably get tired of drinking water. These 20 easy fruit-infused waters will help hydrate your body. Better yet, they taste great and add variety to all the water you've been drinking.
This creamy stovetop macaroni and cheese looks so scrumptious that I just had to re-blog it. It is from blog The Simply Delicious Kitchen and I couldn't resist sharing it. I'm off to work for today, but I think I will try this out with our dinner tonight! Read on...
Trail mix is a snack that is difficult to get right. It can either boost your energy excellently or make you feel unhealthy and ill. Nonetheless, trail mix can be a fantastic snack when you make it appropriately with nutritious ingredients.
Jalapeno Vinegar in a mason jar is a sassy and spicy way to use some of my jalapenos. My garden runneth over with jalapenos right now. Every day I harvest more than a dozen jalapeno peppers. A good hot pepper vinegar is always fun to keep on hand in the pantry.
Oven dehydrating jalapeno peppers is a quick, easy way to preserve them. When you use this method, the jalapenos hold their famous sweet heat flavor so that you can use them all winter. They only take a few minutes to prep to dry. Once you have finished prepping them and have put them in the oven, they take care of themselves and just need to be checked occasionally.