Turkey Meatball Soup

  Since fall in right around the corner, and we all want something warm to eat, why not try a soup that is not only delicious but is great for your waistline. My turkey meatball soup is jam packed with veggies that can be changed to your liking. For example, I didn’t include butternut squash…

Miranda’s Tips and Tricks

ATTENTION: Informational post, no pictures. Since I have had several requests for tips and tricks when I am cooking/baking, I figured I’d better start brainstorming. First off, I’m sure these aren’t all of tips and tricks but these are the ones I use pretty frequently. Secondly, they all work! I will never share something that…

Triple Berry Pie

Homemade pies always seem to take people back to their past or even to childhood memories. My grandmothers both make amazing pies and nothing I could do, would match the taste, warmth from smiles, and love that each bite holds. My favorite pie, growing up was strawberry but as an adult, there are too many…

Refrigerator Pickles

If you are wanting to enjoy fresh ingredients, make wholesome food for your families, save a little green, then this recipe is great way to start off. Pickles are a low fat food to begin with and are great for additional flavor for diets. Double or even triple this batch and share them with your…

Stinger Mac n’ Cheese

  So here’s the thing! It’s almost impossible to add ingredients to a basic mac n’ cheese recipe and screw it up. My advice? Add what you like and make up names as you go. This recipe is my take on a stinger sub from my hometown in New York. It’s easy to make with minimal…

Veggie Spring Rolls

Spring rolls are always a must when you go out for sushi or hibachi. My husband especially loves them with rice paper but never turns down a crunchy, warm, spring roll. I decided to give them a try, with some left over wonton wrappers (from my ragoon recipe). They took about 30 minutes, from start…

Cozy Rice Pudding

This rice pudding is so easy to make and an awesome dessert to entertain with. People will think you spent hours making it when it really took minutes. When I was a kid, this was my favorite dessert because it was like no other.  Give this recipe a try on a week night or a…

Guacamole & Salsa

Woah! Two delicious party recipes wrapped into one blog post! Please, try and contain your excitement.  My guacamole recipe is loved by my family and friends but mostly, by my mother in law.  It’s so simple to make along with the mild salsa, right beside it. Since my husband and I were stationed in Texas, we…

Crabby Ragoons

I am so excited to share this recipe because these ragoons are delicious, super easy to make, quick to put together, and are so versatile! Also, unlike traditional regions, these are baked with eliminates a majority of fat from not having to fry them. They are a great side dish to your favorite Asian style…

Summer Ratatouille

Talk about the ultimate veggie dish! First of all, what is ratatouille? It’s a mix of seasonal vegetables, cooked down with garlic and olive oil. In other words, heaven! You truly can use any vegetable of your liking and they don’t have to be baked. You can place them in a foil pan and grill…