If you can imagine your favorite homemade brownies transformed into a smooth and creamy bowl of ice cream, then you have a glimpse of the awesomeness that is Brownie Ice Cream. This dessert was an enormous hit with our friends a few weeks ago and there wasn't a bite left the next day.
Yes, I did serve brownie ice cream over warm brownies. Too much decadence? Not at all! (Is there ever such a thing as too much chocolate?!)
If you're looking for a few more fun and creative ice cream recipes, check these out!
Chicken, the ubiquitous meat for almost every meal, shows up on our tables far more often than most of us want to admit. I'm here today to save you from that moment when you're staring down yet another package of chicken wondering what to do with it. I'm sharing my top five no-hassle go-to recipes that answer the question "what should I do with this chicken?" Each of these recipes is family and friends tested and 100% kid approved. These simple five ingredient chicken dishes have appeared on our table more times than I can count and they are ALL requested over and over again. Enjoy!
Hi friends! I've lined up some fantastic recipes to share with you this week while we are on vacation. For a peek into our fun and food-filled time away from the kitchen, come hang out with me on Instagram and explore Montreal with us! Today, I'm sharing a dozen of our favorite breakfast recipes to make your mornings easier. Sweet or savory, perfect for rushed or lazy mornings, there is something here for every occasion. Bon Appétit!
If you've ever had a garden with a squash plant (or a neighbor with a squash plant), you've probably had occasion to wonder, "What am I going to do with all this zucchini?!" A few years ago, we planted our first garden. My husband asked me how many squash plants I wanted him to plant and in pure naivety, I answered, "you can't plant too many squash plants for me!" Three months and 40+ squash plants later; we had a daily harvest of anywhere from a dozen to 3 dozen squash. Italian Zucchini, Eight Balls, One Balls, Crooknecks, Pattypans, Mexican Grey, you name it, we planted it. I LOVE zucchini, but even I reached my limit that year. We gave away bags and boxes of squash to anyone and everyone who was willing to take it off our hands. The upside to an overabundance of squash is that it forces you to be more creative with your cooking. I baked it, roasted it, sauteed it, stir fried it, dehydrated it (still working on that plan), slivered it, chopped it, pureed it (yikes, that was not a great idea), we even learned that squash can be eaten raw. We ate squash with most of our meals for weeks that summer. We ate so much squash that I didn't crave it again for a couple years. This year? I am giddy all over again to see the first harvest. We chose not to garden this year, but my brother was generous enough to bring me these beauties to play with this week. I can hardly wait!