A good party appetizer should be bite sized, look good, and taste even better. These crispy shrimp wontons check all of the boxes plus their spicy punch will have your guests coming back for seconds, thirds, and fourths. The crunchy bowls look intricate, but are simply made from baking wonton wrappers in a mini muffin tin, and they can be made a day ahead to cut down on party-day prep.
Our tofu is marinated in a delicious blend of sauces and spices to make a wholesome mouthwatering meal! Serve with steamed white or brown rice and you’re all set!
This is a twist on the classic mud cake — topped with marshmallows, butter toffee peanuts, and drizzled with Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter. This cake is moist, dense, rich, not too sweet; and it goes nicely with the soft, warm, gooey sweetness of the marshmallows. The melted dark chocolate peanut butter and the crunch of the butter toffee peanuts take this cake to a whole new level of deliciousness.
The awesome combination of chocolate and peanut butter comes together in this recipe for delectable brownies dolloped and swirled with creamy peanut butter. The batter for these easy-to-make treats only takes 20 minutes to make!
If I ask what my husband he wants for dinner, more than likely he will say “burgers”. This recipe is a twist on the usual burgers and packs a big taste punch with the creamy peanut butter and Worcestershire sauce. If you’re anything like me then a burger needs to be covered in cheese, bacon, and many slices of pickles and tomatoes.
Next time you’re craving a burger, give this recipe a shot. It will become your new favorite!
This make-at-home meal is sautéed instead of fried, and makes a great substitute for takeout cravings. You can make it in less time than it would take to have takeout delivered!
If I had to pick a last meal, there’s a fifty-fifty chance I’d pick Vietnamese food. (It’s either that or pizza.) I’m obsessed with the simplicity of the ingredients, the liberal use of fresh herbs and vegetables, and the salty-spicy-sweet combination of flavors.
For this dish, I’ve combined all of the things I love so much about Vietnamese food in a refreshing summer salad. It’s got it all – the slippery rice stick noodles, the crunchy fresh vegetables, the bright fresh herbs, and a tangy ginger and peanut butter dressing that does double-duty as a marinade for the grilled shrimp that sit atop it all. It’s an absolutely delicious and refreshing recipe that’s perfect for warmer weather headed our way.