This Greek Yogurt French Onion Dip is a delicious and healthy alternative to your store bought dip. Using greek yogurt significantly reduces the fat and increase the protein in this dip, so you won’t feel guilty loading up your veggies or chips. It’s easier than you think to make your own at home.
Galettes are a beautifully rustic dessert, and I believe any level of baker can make one with ease. Today I want to share with you a recipe for my Mini Apple Galettes. These tiny desserts are sweet with a hint of autumn spice, and a flaky, buttery crust. Individual pies make for a beautiful presentation at a dinner party and take away the need to cut and serve slices. Plus, they’re adorable!
Butternut squash is a versatile fall vegetable – it can be made sweet or savory. Plus it’s incredibly easy to work with, especially when roasting. Today I’d like to share with you a squash recipe that combines my favorite fall flavors. Keep reading to check out my Roasted Brown Sugar Pecan Butternut Squash.
Today I want to share a recipe for Caramel and Pecan Chocolate Turtle Cookies. These cookies combine all of the flavors of the classic turtle candy: chocolate, caramel, and pecans. The caramel bits used inside the cookie are soft and sweet. They are the perfect accompaniment to the crunchy pecans coating the outside of this cookie.
Quick Pickled Red Onions are a fantastic topping to keep on hand in your refrigerator for a variety of uses. I like to use them on hamburgers, tacos, bratwurst, and even salads. Pickling onions is also a great way to use up the last of an onion without waste.