Thanksgiving can be a pretty daunting cooking day for most, but here in Mollie’s Kitchen, we round up some of the best and easy-to-follow recipes to prepare all things Turkey to help make your holiday less stressful.
1. Turkey Pot Pie Soup
Whether you are using leftover turkey or preparing this as a dish for Thanksgiving, this Turkey Pot Pie Soup recipe from Foodie Crush will be a surefire hit, especially for sweater weather. Continue reading
Summer is ending and so is the bounty of peaches. Before they’re gone for good, try these yummy peachy treats. We promise you won’t regret it!
Fresh Peach Sorbet
No ice cream maker – no worries! With just 4 ingredients, you can make this delicious sorbet. See recipe here.
Peach Pecan Crisp
“Juicy peaches and toasted streusel come together to make one simple summery fruit crisp!” See recipe here. Continue reading
Every year, we invite some of our favorite local bloggers to try our famous New Mexican Hatch Chiles. Here are a few of their recipes for you to try!
Stuffed Hatch Chilies with Scrambled Eggs & Bacon-Veggie Hash
Try this hearty entree for your next Sunday brunch. See recipe here.
Corn Muffins with Hatch Chiles
Create the perfect dinner muffin with Hatch Chiles and fresh corn kernels. See recipe here. Continue reading
If you haven’t dug up grandma’s old crockpot yet, you’re missing out! Really though, the crockpot is this amazing cooking tool that let’s you set it and forget it. Why did it ever go out of style? Though not all of these are the complete “dump & go” recipes everyone’s been raging about, we think the little bit of extra prep work is so worth it!
1. Broccoli Beef
See recipe here.
2. Bolognese Sauce with Sweet Potato Spaghetti
Our friends at Cup4Cup are helping us make your gluten-free Holiday baking a piece of cake. First time baking gluten-free? No worries tough cookie, you’ve got this! Did you know you can use Cup4Cup flour to replace all-purpose flour cup for cup (1:1) in most traditional recipes for cookies, cake, biscuits, muffins and more? Cup4Cup makes changing your favorite recipes to gluten free versions as easy as possible.
Tips & Tricks
Because the holidays are really all about the cookies, Cup4Cup’s Chef Allie shared with us her tips for baking the very best gluten-free cookies:
- For chewier, tastier cookies, refrigerate your cookie dough before baking for a minimum of 30 minutes and up to overnight. Chilling the dough solidifies the fat which prevents spreading during baking, creating a chewier texture. It also makes the dough easier to handle and brings out the butterscotch & toffee notes in the cookie dough.
- It’s important to bake on cooled and clean baking pans; that means allowing time for the pans to cool in between batches. If you don’t, you may end up with unevenly shaped cookies. Wipe your sheet pans in between batches to remove residual grease or fat from the last batch of cookies. Or to save time by using parchment paper for each batch. Continue reading
Fig season is in full swing! It’s amazing how easy it is to incorporate figs into foods you’re probably already eating. You can literally eat figs for breakfast, lunch, dinner and even dessert!
We’ve found 7 wonderful ways for you to enjoy figs this season—be inspired: Continue reading
We love buying carrots with the tops still attached because they’re simply just gorgeous that way. But what do you do with the tops after you’ve eaten all the carrots? Most of us just toss them in the compost or trash bin, but who knew you can eat them? Yup, they’re completely edible. Continue reading