Friday, September 28, 2018

Potato chip cookies

Potato chip cookies

By: Lizzy T Published: April 25, 2013

Two of your favored snacks come together beautifully in these Sweet & Salty Potato Chip Cookies. Be warned, though…this cookie dough is fully addicting. You’ll need to have self-management not to eat it all just before you bake it!

Potato Chip Cookies

It’s a cold, wet, rainy day. No playing outside, riding bikes, or reading in the sun. Thankfully, it’s a excellent day for producing your favored batch of chocolate cookies. Allow me just say that I feel each day is a cookie day, but rainy days specially. Sometimes I get in the mood to experiment. And look for great recipes. So, when I identified out about this household recipe, I was excited. And it’s quite simple.

Best Cookie Dough

These Potato Chip Cookies have an unbelievable taste that helps make your mouth water when you search at it. But I will warn you: This dough is totally addicting and tasty and calls to you each time you seem in that course. If you’re like me and can’t get away from it, get my advice. Whilst the cookies are baking, stick the added dough in the fridge, cover it with plastic wrap, or roll the balls ahead of time and cover them with plastic wrap. If you don’t, there may not be adequate dough left to really make the cookies!

How to Make Chocolate Chip Cookies

This is a standard chocolate chip cookie recipe. No surprises right here. Cream all of the ingredients with each other in a mixing bowl and you are set.

Here’s a handful of hints for the absolute greatest potato chip cookies, although.

Friday, September 21, 2018

Rainbow carrots

Rainbow carrots

Tender and flavorful Roasted Rainbow Carrots with Thyme is a vibrant spring side dish that’s as lovely as it is delightful!

I wasn’t planning on including one more Easter-pleasant carrot side dish to the ol’ recipes archives. Following all, in past years I’ve presently shared pan-sauteed carrots and crock pot carrots and carrot slaw. But when I saw these lovely, colorful rainbow carrots at the grocery retailer the other day, I knew I couldn’t pass them up! Not to mention the reality that the Easter Bunny would never ever object to but an additional carrot recipe, appropriate?!

Rainbow Carrots

Rainbow carrots are so beautiful in their own appropriate that I desired to make positive they remained the star of the show. So what greater preparation than straightforward, glorious roasting to bring out their organic sweetness and depth of taste? (Y’all know how I adore roasted veggies.) Plus, leaving on a tiny bit of their green tops helps make the side dish the two rustic-like and restaurant-worthy.

Roasted Rainbow Carrots with Thyme are as simple as tossing some washed and trimmed carrots with extra-virgin olive oil, sprinkling with garlic salt and freshly ground black pepper, and scattering with fresh sprigs of thyme. Baby carrots can be left complete, but greater, thicker carrots need to be sliced (lengthwise) into halves or fourths. The objective is to have a related diameter for each carrot to make certain even cooking.

When the carrots are tender and just starting to caramelize, it’s time to wow your family members or guests with them! Discard the cooked thyme stems, adjust the seasonings, pile every little thing onto a platter, and garnish with some extra chopped, fresh thyme leaves. The result is a easy, stunning, mouthwatering side dish that’s easy enough for a weeknight dinner but extraordinary adequate for a vacation meal!

If you can’t discover rainbow carrots, you could undoubtedly make this side dish with standard orange carrots, either child-sized or greater. If you’re capable to snag some with green tops, all the much better. Just be prepared to alter the recipe’s cooking time based on the size of your carrots.

So are you ready to taste the rainbow? Except there’s no icky foods coloring involved in this a single. Just easy, tasty Roasted Rainbow Carrots with Thyme in orange, yellow, and maroon! Your springtime/Easter table has never ever looked so festive.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Pizza slice

Pizza slice

HEY THERE, PIZZA Supporters!

Welcome to Bobby O's the place we serve slices bigger than your face. Come in up coming week and order one thing fresh from our Topping Combo Contest. more info here. Winner will be announced September 28. We'll preserve you posted on other Bobby O's occasions on Facebook & Instagram. Cheers!

A new Tulsa pizza joint featuring large slices minimize from a thin crust 24" pie. Adding your choice of toppings is our specialty. Consider our traditional red sauce, a white with olive oil, garlic, and ricotta, or go Gluten Free!

Located just east of the iconic Meadow Gold sign on Route 66, Bobby O's took an auto store constructed in 1939 and transformed it into a present day pizza restaurant. Consider a trip by means of the past on Route 66 and grab a slice for the street.

Bobby O's is nestled inside a thriving health care neighborhood and is devoted to serving these buyers. That's why we developed a separate Gluten-Totally free kitchen and created our historic constructing 100% handicapped accessible.

Monday, September 10, 2018

Healthy appetizers

Healthy appetizers


10 total-grain Melba toasts

1/3 cup whole wheat breadcrumbs

1 tablespoon minced fresh oregano

Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper

Massive pinch ground cayenne, optional

2 large egg whites

one clove garlic, minced

one/3 cup complete wheat pastry flour or unbleached all-objective flour

8 sticks component-skim mozzarella string cheese, halved crosswise

Olive oil cooking spray, for coating the cheese sticks

one/three cup retailer-purchased marinara sauce, warmed, for serving


  1. Pulse the melba toasts in a foods processor to make semi-coarse crumbs transfer to a medium bowl or dish. Combine in the breadcrumbs, oregano, one/four teaspoon each and every salt and pepper and the cayenne if using.

  2. Whisk with each other the egg whites, entire egg, garlic and one/four teaspoon every single salt and pepper in yet another bowl.

  3. Place the flour and 1/4 teaspoon salt in a resealable plastic bag. Include the cheese pieces to the bag, shut and shake to coat. Dip a single piece of the cheese at a time in the egg mixture first, and then roll firmly in the breadcrumb mixture then dip the same piece once more in the egg mixture followed by the breadcrumb mixture. (Note: Use one hand with the dry mixture and the other with the moist mixture.) Location on a parchment paper-lined plate or baking sheet. Freeze for 15 minutes, or up to overnight.

  4. Preheat the oven to 475 degrees F. Transfer the frozen cheese sticks to another baking sheet. Completely coat the cheese sticks with the olive oil cooking spray. Bake right up until golden, about twelve minutes. Sprinkle with further salt and pepper to taste.

  5. Serve right away with the warm marinara sauce.

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