These mini pizzas are perfect for any occasion – hors d’oeuvres, an impromptu party at home, a child’s birthday… Any excuse to bite into one of these slices of heaven!
This delicious and healthy dessert is so good, you’ll think you’re eating strawberry ice cream! It’s easy to make with just a few ingredients and perfect for a warm day.
This classic pesto sauce is a crowd pleaser. It’s quick and easy to prepare and can be served hot or cold. For best results, use fresh basil leaves, pine nuts and quality, aged cheeses.
Here’s a really fun way to learn about science! We made baked Alaska and found out that the ice cream did not melt when we baked our treat in the oven. Here’s why: when you whisk eggs, air mixes in and creates tiny trapped bubbles. Heat does not easily pass through these trapped air bubbles. Both meringue and sponge cake have these bubbles, and they are known as insulators because they keep the ice cream from melting.
This traditional Italian salad has a wonderful twist with pesto drizzled on top. The combination of flavorful heirloom tomatoes, creamy mozzarella and the hint of pesto makes for a delicious salad or side dish for a meal.
This classic Italian tomato sauce is surprisingly easy to make yet full of flavor. Serve with Parmesan or Pecorino cheese.
Churros are delicious fried dough treats that are popular treats in Spain and Latin countries. They are typically dipped in chocolate sauce and sometimes filled with a caramel.
If you’re a fan of broccoli, this recipe is for you! The combination of ingredients makes it tasty, light and healthy while still feeling like a comfort food.
This is a great kid-friendly version of cauliflower as it has a slightly nutty flavor and is crispy on top. It’s super easy to make and just a slight variation to baked cauliflower.
Your kids will hardly be able to tell the difference between French Fries and these delicious baked zucchini fries. They’re simple to make and out of-this-world good!