Teriyaki Pork Bowls

Teriyaki Pork Bowls By: Shauna Havey Liven up your springtime dinner menu with this protein and veggie packed dish.  Made with lean pork and cauliflower rice, it’s the perfect start to lighter, seasonal eating. Bold teriyaki sauce and a variety of crunchy toppings finish off this healthy family meal.  Feel free to sub in regular white rice if you like. Serves 4 1 1/2 pounds … Continue reading Teriyaki Pork Bowls

Easter Fluff Bars

These soft and gooey cookie and marshmallow bars are as irresistible to eat as they are to look at! A simple, store-bought sugar cookie dough becomes a festive and fun Easter treat when topped with a layer of lemon-flavored homemade marshmallow. Easy enough for the kids to make and pretty enough to grace your Easter table, you’ll have a hoppin’ dessert even the Easter Bunny … Continue reading Easter Fluff Bars

Enchiladas Verdes

Celebrate with Green! I love making unique “green” food for my family’s St. Patrick’s Day meal. These enchiladas are full of flavor and are an easy weeknight dinner. They taste like you spent hours though! Split into two pans and pop one in the freezer to have on hand for busy nights or unexpected guests. Enchiladas Verdes 2 cups rotisserie chicken, shredded
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 … Continue reading Enchiladas Verdes

Ham and Cheese Frittata

3-4 slices black Ham & Cheese Frittata for Two Recipe by Shauna Havey Whip up a delicious breakfast for the one you love this Valentine’s Day with this easy frittata recipe.   Made with just a few simple ingredients you probably already have on hand, it takes only 20 minutes to make and is just the right size for two.  Switch up the veggies, cheese, and … Continue reading Ham and Cheese Frittata

Valentine’s Day Breakfast: Ruby Red Velvet Crumble Muffins

Surprise your loved ones with a delicious breakfast on this special day! Recipe by Shauna Havey Give your Valentine his or her true heart’s desire this year with a homemade decadent breakfast sweet in love’s favorite shade of red. These tender muffins are a cinch to bake and almost too pretty to eat. Serve them slightly warm with a generous pat of softened butter for … Continue reading Valentine’s Day Breakfast: Ruby Red Velvet Crumble Muffins

Speckled Cloverleaf Rolls

Cloverleaf rolls get their name because of their fun, distinctive shape that resembles a three-leaf clover.  Easy to make, and fun to eat, these buttery rolls break apart in perfect pieces to dunk into your favorite winter soup.  My version is sprinkled with a bit of parmesan and some red pepper flakes for a little kick, but feel free to use your choice of spices, … Continue reading Speckled Cloverleaf Rolls

Celebrate the end of summer

Celebrate the end of summer with this yummy grilled burger and a salsa to use up those garden tomatoes! The (Semi Famous) H#?? Burger by Ryan Spelts Warning: this is a hot one. Our 9 year old can handle it though. We can’t take full credit for this idea. We watched an episode of Man vs. Food and they were visiting a restaurant that served … Continue reading Celebrate the end of summer