As the seasons change and the cooler weather sets in there’s nothing like a simple squash soup to warm your soul. This soup recipe is truly simple is a tested crowd pleaser- even your picky eaters will smile.
Clean Plate Club
This recipe was inspired by my father who eats oatmeal every single morning and never tires of it. Nope- he’s a regular with the oats and this holiday season I’ll be visiting him at the beach … I’m going to surprise him by making this baked oat recipe; I know he'll enjoy it!
Roasted Acorn Squash Stuffed Shells is a perfect in season meal for a fall/winter night. When you gather acorn squash from your garden or farmers market take it home, roast, puree and place in baggies until you are ready to use. Makes its easier for those busy weeknights.
This is meant to be cooled and served at a ready-to-go treat. But one served hot with a small scoop of Stonyfield Frozen Yogurt is a treat not to be missed! Use cookie cutters to make them even more fun. Store or freeze in airtight containers.
I love carbonara. But sometimes I find the egg sauce a bit, well, slimy. To fix that I often dilute the eggs with cream. While this tastes pretty darned good, it happens to have a pretty darned bad effect on my hips. So lately I’ve been using yogurt instead. You can use any kind of plain yogurt in this recipe (from non-fat to whole milk). I’m still partial to the whole milk version, but again, I swap it out for lower fat when my mind is on my hips. I also swap out the traditional bacon or pancetta for the much lighter Canadian version.