Creamy homemade banana nut bread oatmeal is the perfect comfort food for chilly winter mornings. It will fill you up and keep you satisfied till lunchtime. Made with real bananas, old fashioned rolled oats, and pecans it has just the perfect balance of sweetness. Made in as little as 10 minutes, this just might become your favorite weekday breakfast.
Love southern food? Check out how easy it is to make southern comfort food at home no matter where you live. These southern recipes are easy to make. You'll definitely find a family favorite or two.
Growing up in the south, home cooking is something we find great comfort in. It's the big family dinner on Sunday afternoon or the meal at the end of a very long day. That time to spend with family and share something that was created with love.
Here you'll find tried and true recipes that my family enjoys with a few cocktails thrown in there for Mom. Learning how to cook true southern recipes shouldn't be difficult. That is why each recipe is as simple as it can be.
Southern sweet potato casserole with a crunchy pecan streusel topping that’s sure to be a favorite side dish recipe on any table during the colder months. Creamy Sweet Potatoes pairs perfectly with the crunchy pecan and oat topping. This side dish will bring a balanced sweetness to your savory holiday meal.
The Instant Pot has completely changed the way that I prepare our Thanksgiving turkey. Each year I’ve tried different ways to make our turkey. However, cooking a turkey breast in an Instant Pot has become my favorite because its so easy!
With an electric pressure cooker, you can have turkey on the table in less than an hour. Imagine how much time that could save you on Thanksgiving day! This makes this method of cooking a turkey my all-time favorite.
Mashed potatoes are just one of those side dishes you have to learn how to make from scratch. There is no box out there that will ever come close to homemade. Not only is this recipe incredibly simple to make but it is also deliciously nutritious. This recipe can be used to make mashed potatoes for a weeknight dinner or doubled to feed a crowd at a holiday get-together.
It’s Leo season! What better way to celebrate the sunniest time of year than with a refreshing glass of sangria at the end of a hot summer day. Not your mamas sangria recipe is light and perfectly balanced with a little bit of sweetness. The pop of citrus flavors really shines in this sangria recipe made with moscato white wine and coconut water. This cocktail recipe is so easy to make you’ll want to keep a batch made in the fridge all summer long.
Summer fruits, peaches and watermelon, paired perfectly with peppermint leaves for a refreshing salad to feed a crowd. One of my favorite ways to enjoy fruit is in the form of a salad. Mixing different types of fruit together is a wonderful way to add some variety to your diet. Even though this fruit salad is so simple and easy to make, it will sure to be a great side dish or snack for your next get together. Sometimes the simplest things end up being the best recipes. Just one tip before you go: Always buy fruit when it is in season for the best, sweetest fruit possible.