I wanted to make a breakfast casserole (aka catastrophe), but wanted to make something a little different than the usual ones I make. I decided to make a catastrophe with an Italian flair. I’m not Italian, but I should be. I love cooking, and eating, Italian.
I love crisps and this crisp is one of my favorites because it uses tart Granny Smith apples and has a sweet and cinnamony toasted crunchy oat topping. We have made this crisp for a dessert following lunch or dinner and we’ve also made it for breakfast.
This is such a satisfying soup but it is also light so it’s perfect for a cold winter or warm summer night. After simmering 30 minutes, the cilantro really mellows out and provides the signature flavor of this dish. I’m not sure what it is about white beans, but for me, they are a comfort […]
This oatmeal is loaded with super healthy bananas and blueberries, and the pecans and toasted top give it an almost granola like flavor and texture.
This is a hearty chili that brings some nice welcomed heat on a cold, rainy day. We played it safe and used a mild salsa; however, you could up the heat by using a medium or hot salsa. You could also switch out one of the green bell peppers for some jalapenos or spicier chilies. […]
This has to be one of our family’s top 10 favorite things to eat. We don’t make them very often because they are a bit labor intensive, but they are well worth the effort. In fact, they taste so yummy that we nearly devour them as soon as they come out of the oven, piping […]