I've been on a real hummus kick lately, especially once I found Tribe's Hummus with Sriracha at Schnuck's. But instead of spending over $4.00 every time I get a craving, I decided to start whipping up my own with six ingredients for way less money.
Sushi is one of my favorite things to eat when my family and I hit up local Asian restaurants, but depending on what kind of roll you get, it can get pricey. Fortunately, making it at home is cheaper, and can be just as good.
We love to try new recipes at our house. Some of them don't turn out like we hope, others turn out OK, then you have those like this Mediterranean Baked Chicken with Lemon that are difficult to put together and taste just as good as advertised.
Weekends at my house usually means we have a chance to break away from the cereal or frozen waffle routine of the week and whip up something a little more involved. Using a muffin tin to make omelettes in the oven isn't only delicious, but frees up your time to focus on other dishes.
I make pancakes for my wife and kids on either a Saturday or Sunday morning almost every weekend. This past weekend, I decided to shake it up a bit by trying to recreate a certain fast food chain's popular pancake breakfast sandwich.
Normally when I share a recipe it's after I have successfully completed it in my own kitchen. But not this time. No, this time I have decided to share a total failure of a recipe that sadly should have been infallible.
After testing several life hacks shared around the internet, I've decided to expand into the world of copycat recipes. Up first, the idea that you can make the insanely popular Frosty with only three common ingredients found at your favorite grocery store.
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