As a busy mom, I appreciate one bowl recipes. If I get up the energy to cook from scratch, cleaning up the kitchen after seems daunting. This recipe mixes all the ingredients in one bowl - saving dish-washing time. They are so delicious and very easy to make. Have fun and enjoy!
Macey, my 12 year old, made this delicious, light Waldorf Salad, which is served on butter lettuce as a lettuce wrap and with whole grain pita chips. It is such an easy and refreshing recipe for the warm summer nights here in the Santa Clarita summer.
This recipe was inspired by a menu on eMeals. Every week, I get seven clean eating recipes emailed to me. My plan is to use this subscription to inspire at least 2-3 meals at home, some prepared by the girls. Arielle made this recipe this week. It took her about an hour and one half but that is mostly because she is not as experienced as I am at following recipes such as this.
My name is Chef Dawn Walker and I am honored to be working with KHTS to provide recipes weekly. I have four daughters (ages 9, 12, 14 and 21) who love to cook. Each one makes dinner once a week with a recipe that they have chosen.
During my bridal shower, long, long ago, which my daughter would call “the olden days”; I was given a box of hand written recipes. One of the recipes was from our family friend Julie Gardner. Julie’s recipe- gift was for banana bread made with Bisquick. I would guess that the recipe came off of a Bisquick box, as it was the 70’s (see, I told you it was the olden days), and these types of tea breads were very popular. The little yellow recipe card is stained and worn now, as I made the bread on a weekly basis during my newlywed years. But, that’s the gold standard indicator of a good recipe, right?
This tea bread is moist and delicious with only seven ingredients (it originally had six, but I added vanilla extract)…pretty cool, huh? Enjoy!
When I was growing up my parents would make pot roast every now and again, but mostly on Sundays. It was an economical and convenient meal as the ingredients were inexpensive and everything was in one pot! I remember that our house would always smell wonderful when there was a pot roast in the oven. Well, it is still, to this day, an economical meal to make for a family, and yes, your home will be filled with the lovely aroma of braising meat and vegetables. Enjoy!
I have mentioned before that when I was a youngster I loved making pudding. Most of the pudding recipes I used came from my mom’s paperback Betty Crocker cookbook. I still have the book which is held together with a rubber band. Ah, the memories!
Lately I have seen recipes in cooking magazines for Butterscotch Pudding which set off a yearning for the ones I made long, long ago. I decided to dress this one up a bit with the addition of dark chocolate and sea salt, yum!
This recipe is super easy to make and you probably have all the ingredients on hand. I will serve this pudding all dressed up with the chocolate to dinner guests, but plain and unadorned, it’s still a delicious, healthy dessert for the whole family! Enjoy.