6 hours ago
This Tomato Basil Soup is so easy to prepare. It only borrows 10 minutes of your effort and the rest is up to your oven.
Tips to make the Perfect Tomato Basil Soup
- Add chicken stock to make the soup more runny
- Add a bit of heavy whipping cream to add the rich creamy feel to the soup
- Add some parmesan cheese for additional flavors
- Add bread croutons...
4 days ago
These Copycat of Starbucks Morning Buns are going to be your favorite. Using a No Knead dough will make your life so much easier. If you are beginner baker, this is the recipe for you.
Morning Bun Tip and Tricks
- Prepare the dough a day or two ahead of time, this way it doesn't take too much time on the day you're baking them
- The dough can be refrigerated for up to...
1 week ago
This Super Easy Margherita Flatbread Pizza is the staple on school nights. By Thursdays, I'm usually burned-out, sleep deprived and don't have the energy for complicating food orders. I came up with this fast and easy flat bread pizza. Boys love it simple, with cheese and pepperoni. Tim and I love something more "grown up", if there is such a thing.
I love the fresh ingredients on my...
1 week ago
These Bacon Egg Bites are so easy to prepare. They come out light, fluffy and flavorful.
In a spirit of Back to School Days, I knew we need a solution for a breakfast. Mornings, when you are trying to get kids out of the house, can be hectic. We grab a Bacon Egg Bite, heat it up for under a minute, add some veggies and fruits, and my kids are ready to go. Your kids can now serve...
3 weeks ago
The smell of Banana Apple Bread reminds me of the fall season baking. Having brunch together with friends at home, filled with baking aroma. The sound of Washington rain and a cup of hot coffee. I love this recipe for all the thing I just listed.
I love the apple chucks and the crunch you get from walnuts. This makes a perfect, filling breakfast treat.
This recipe is easy to...
1 month ago
This Vegetable Zucchini Spread recipe has been my mom's favorite recipe for 20+ years. She loves to garden, so every year she makes this zucchini spread from the veggies she grows.
We were visiting parents the other day and as always mom wanted to feed Tim. Something about Ukrainian moms trying to feed their kids, every time they visit. Well, he was smitten by this dish, asked me to...
1 month ago
I've been making this Creamy Cauliflower Rice dish for a while now. I felt like it was too simple to share on the blog. But every time I make it, we love it. On our recent trip to see Tim's family, I made the creamy cauliflower rice and everyone went in for seconds. They couldn't believe how good cauliflower tastes. Tim's dad said that he can easily replace regular rice with the cauliflower...
1 month ago
During the season, figs are a staple in our house. I usually pick up a box of them from Costco or Trader Joe's. We use them as a snack or while hosting. We often create a cheese plate and compliment it with figs, making it a beautiful arrangement.
This recipe is extremely versatile, pretty much any chocolate you have on hand would work. If you wish, you can also use crushed nuts,...
2 months ago
We've discovered a new version of the greek salad. I call it the Greek Salad simply because it has a few similar ingredients, but trust me, this is another level of salad. Sometimes when I find a salad that is incredible, I make it over and over again. This is exactly what happened this time.
I found two things that are crucial to this salad. First - having large chunks of feta. I...
3 months ago
Pickled onions can add incredible flavors to any dish. We like to use them in salads, tacos and as side dishes.
I tried the pickled onions for the first time years ago on our trip to Knoxville, TN, visiting Tim's family. Since then, I had the passion to share it with all of you. Years later, the recipe finally made it here. Hope you love the recipe as much as we do!