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These individual skull calzones are the perfect, gory, macabre, Halloween dinner idea that you need to feed your family and ensure the kids will eat! This recipe is easy – refrigerated pizza crust dough, mini pepperonis, shredded cheese, ricotta cheese, and sauce make these spooky treats even better than the plain personal calzones you get from your local pizza place.
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Trying to get something nutritious into your kids before they go Trick-Or-Treating and embark on a week-long sugar high is challenging, at best. Luckily, Zombie Finger Stew comes to the rescue – delighting the kids with the gory zombie fingers and satisfying mom’s need to provide a veggie-dense meal they’ll actually eat.
Severed Monster Finger Cookies are creepy yet scary enough to display for your Halloween party! A buttery shortbread dough, red jam, and simple shaping make for a bloody, scary, and delicious Halloween cookie treat. Have the kiddos help shape and decorate them!
This is a better-than-take-out recipe that is sure to become one of your favorites. A classic Greek sandwich of soft, pillowy pita bread stuffed with slices of garlicky, savory meat, fresh tomatoes, crunchy onion, and a cool, creamy Tzatziki sauce. This recipe only looks involved. It’s easier than you think!
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With the ‘back to school’ season upon us, moms always look for quick, nutritious breakfasts that the kids will actually eat to fuel those little minds. A breakfast margherita pizza is a great start on a school day with fresh tomatoes, creamy cheese, and eggs for protein. It’s a fast breakfast that will keep them full until lunchtime.
These delicious poblano and corn enchiladas use the summer’s abundance. Poblano and jalapeno chiles are roasted and combined with tomatillos and spices for a flavorful, rich enchilada sauce to top creamy corn and roasted poblano enchiladas. The result is a decadent, flavorful, vegetarian meal that your family will love!
weet, spicy, tangy, smokey, and savory, these Southern Sweet And Sour Green Beans are the perfect side dish for a weekend dinner. Fresh green beans are braised in a ham, wine, and onion broth, then seasoned with vinegar, brown sugar, and Cajun seasoning.
Asparagus Piccata is just the easy side dish recipe you’ve been looking for to use some of the summer’s bounty. Tender asparagus is charred until tender and dressed in a rich, velvety lemon butter sauce. It’s a dish easy enough for any weeknight meal yet fancy enough for guests.
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