Recipes with butter
Guest post from Brooke of Skinny Mom Who doesn’t love Fettuccine Alfredo? It’s a favorite with my family. My little man, E, loves to slurp up the creamy noodles one at a time and his little fettuccine-covered face creates an […]
cinnamon maple cereal crumb muffins
Guest post from Carissa of Pretty/Hungry
I recently came to a point where the budgeter in me just couldn’t bear to throw away any more cereal crumbs! Week after week, I’d find myself at the bottom of another box of cereal with a good two inches of dust left over, and it bothered me to just toss all that in the garbage can.
Now I realize that in the grand scheme of things, throwing away a few cereal crumbs is FAR from earth-shattering. But I just knew there must be some way to make good use of all that crunchy whole-grain goodness rather than just tossing it.
For those of you who have specifically asked for gluten-free recipes… this recipe was created just for you!
And those of you who aren’t gluten-free? This recipe is for you, too. It doesn’t contain any specialty ingredients (because I realize that not everyone keeps xantham gum in their pantry), and no one will ever guess these soft, fragrant muffins don’t contain any wheat. My family can’t get enough of them!
I love all thing potato — and this recipe is no exception. It’s simple, frugal, gluten-free… and it tastes great! This is a perfect side dish to accompany all your upcoming summer cookouts — it pairs well with hamburgers or grilled meats. Kids and adults love it! I like to make it up early in the day and pull it out of the refrigerator shortly before baking it.
I’ve made a lot of chocolate chip cookies over the years. I remember being 9 or 10 and feeling so excited the first time I made them all by myself. I quickly discovered that if you know how to bake a good cookie, you will always have friends!
These cookies are so delicious. If you’re on the lookout for a better chocolate chip cookie recipe, you must give this one a try!
This has to be one of the easiest side dishes ever. And frugal to boot! It’s a stick-to-your-ribs kind of side that can be served all year round. It falls somewhere between creamy mashed potatoes and risotto.