This Southern-inspired sangria is perfect for porch sipping.
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Salads are great to pack for an easy, healthy lunch, take on the go or even serve at a party.
This curried broccoli chickpea salad is my new personal favorite. It’s BEAUTIFUL, crunchy, packed with veggies, protein and sweet and savory flavors dancing together.
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Crispy, crunchy tortilla chips covered in gooey, melty cheese, spicy salsa, and creamy beans is the most underrated weeknight dinner out there. Yes, I’m talking about nachos — but not just any nachos. These restaurant-style sheet pan nachos have a secret sauce that coats each and every chip in spiced meat and cheese. This super-smart technique singlehandedly changes the game when it comes to nachos at home.
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Chicken Parmesan just got a Tex-Mex twist. We swapped out all the classic Italian ingredients for tortilla chips, spicy cheese and salsa. But if you truly miss the Parmesan in your Parmesan, then add a sprinkle or two to the finished dish.
Recipe and photo credit to: The Food Network
A banana split for breakfast? Oh, yes! This quick, easy breakfast takes a dessert classic and lightens it up for the morning with ultra-creamy Greek yogurt and a warm drizzle of jam.
This is such a simple idea, it hardly needs a recipe, but here’s one just so you can see what the geniuses at thekitchen.com did.
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This is one of thekitchn.com’s most popular recipes ever, published several years ago for a breakfast bake with bread, pancetta, Gruyere, and eggs. It’s rich, eggy, and unbelievably, incredibly delicious.
And for an added appeal: You throw everything in the dish the night before, allow the bread to soak up the egg-and-milk mixture overnight, and bake it in the morning. But while the make-ahead aspect of this dish is very convenient, you don’t have to make it ahead. You can also throw it together and bake it immediately.
Serves: 6 to 8
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These aren’t the fluffy, super sweet muffins one eats as an excuse to have dessert for breakfast. Rather, they are a genuinely wholesome, filling, and refreshing food to start the day. Filled with luscious seasonal apples, I find them a wonderful antidote to all the rich and sugary foods around us.
Makes 12 muffins
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Everyone needs a basic blueberry muffin recipe, especially since it’s surprisingly hard to get a good one in the average cafe. They’re often too cakey or sweet. These are light and fluffy, and just sweet enough to be a muffin – not a cupcake.
about 3 dozen mini muffins
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These muffins freeze ridiculously well and keep for up to a week (if they don’t get devoured before then) in an airtight container. They are heaven when paired with a tall glass of cold milk.
If you’re not big on butterscotch you could plump some dried cranberries and toss them in, or add extra chocolate chips or just omit them completely.
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