This snickerdoodle waffles recipe was prepared with love to celebrate #vanillaweek! If you love the flavors of vanilla, cinnamon, and sugar, and/or you're a fan of the popular snickerdoodle cookie, I think you'll love these waffles! It's another one of those easy waffles recipe ideas that you can make up quickly for breakfast or brunch, and with a few fresh red berries and some cinnamon vanilla whipped cream on top, it'll make the perfect Valentine's day treat for someone sweet in your life!
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Making dinner for a big family can be a challenge, but so can cooking for just two people. It might sound easy, when you think about the small amount of ingredients you'll need, but that's not where the problem lies. The toughest part about cooking for two is scaling the ingredients down to just two servings. Think about it for a minute. Packages of ground meat at the store are usually 1 pound (16 ounces) or larger. A typical serving size of meat is usually 4-5 ounces per person. What are you supposed to do with the other 8 ounces of ground turkey? This is where meal planning for the week can fit into the picture perfectly. Have a recipe close by that uses similar ingredients and freezes well and you'll be on your way to tackling two meals in no time. For example, when I made this low fat turkey pumpkin pasta casserole recipe, I took the remaining 8 ounces of turkey and created a batch of my baked turkey meatballs. It was super easy and convenient. href="http://www.itsyummi.com/low-fat-turkey-pumpkin-pasta"> CLICK HERE to come over to the virtual kitchen and I'll show you how to whip up my delicious #IHeartDreamfields recipe for Low Fat Turkey Pumpkin Pasta!
It's time for another Recipe Redux post, and this month, we're cooking with tea, so I'm bringing you this recipe for green tea gnocchi with orange butter sauce!
There are a lot tea varieties that I could have chosen to cook with, but I had some leftover matcha from when I made Matcha White Chocolate Cookies a couple of months ago, so I decided to use it up with today's recipe. When I was browsing Pinterest for ideas, I came across this recipe on Princess Tofu and the photos made me swoon and crave it in a major way. Her version has more of an autumn flair, so I decided to swap out a couple of ingredients to lighten it up for summer.