Sunday, March 29, 2015

Best Easter Recipe Roundup

Here is an awesome round up for your Easter tables! I sure hope you enjoy these fabulous recipes from professional bloggers that love to cook. We all enjoy comments and wish you and your families a joyous Easter week and even if this is one Holiday you don't celebrate,  come check out the fantastic assortment we are cooking up for you anytime of the year you like!  A special thank you  to all of my contributors who joined our recipe collection! 

That Skinny Chick Can Bake
Plaited Easter Bread by Liz Berg

Canning and Cooking At Home
Crustless Quiche by Diane Baker




Living the Gourmet
Carrot Cake Fudge by Catherine Cappiello Pappas
All Things Food Cooking With Mary and Friends
Leg of Lamb with Mary Marshall



Ally's Kitchen

Apple Buttermilk Mint Bleu Cheese Salad by Ally Phillips


Big Rigs and Lil Cookies
Crunchy Pea Salad by Kris Kuhens Myers


Moore or Less Cooking Blog
Deviled Eggs by Lynnette Moore


Full Belly Sisters


Sumptuous Spoonfuls
Strawberry Rhubarb French Toast by Ann Krause

                                                    What's Cookin Italian Style Cuisine          
                                Quick Easter Bread by Claudia Lamascolo


What's Cookin Italian Style Cuisine    

Friday, March 27, 2015

Microwaved Smashed Potato Recipe


Looking for a delicious side dish in 15 minutes? Microwave these potatoes and check out how yummy they are below in this recipe!


Microwaved Smashed Potato Recipe

Enough potatoes for your family (2 potatoes feeds 2 people and this recipe is for 2)

Add 2 tablespoons for each:
Milk
Butter

Add to taste:
Salt, pepper

Granulated garlic (around 1/2 teaspoon)

Add 1 tablespoon each:
Grating cheese 
Chopped parsley for garnish

Optional: add 1/2 cup shredded fontina cheese or any good melting cheese.

Microwave your potatoes until cooked with peels on them. Cool until easy to remove peels. Place the whole potatoes in your baking dish, add milk, butter, salt, pepper, granulated garlic and grating cheese. Using a fork mash them down leaving chunks. Serve hot.