This Canadian Bacon Breakfast Casserole is a hearty, stick-to-your-ribs way to start the day. Leftovers reheat beautifully – if you have any! Continue reading “Canadian Bacon Breakfast Casserole”
Crepes were the ‘original’ wraps well before Asian cuisine became familiar to us. These easy Chicken Crepes elevate your leftover chicken to new heights! Continue reading “Chicken in White Wine Crepes”
This Strawberry Shortcake is the perfect Canada Day dessert since our strawberries will be at their peak of freshness. A simple short cake and whipped cream to accompany so as not to detract from the strawberry! Continue reading “Strawberry Shortcake”
This Apple Irish Cream cake is dense, moist, chock full of apples and slathered in Irish Cream! It’s a hit anytime of the year not just St. Patrick’s Day. Continue reading “Apple Irish Cream Cake”
This chilled banana cream soup is a fun meal starter – 5 ingredients and no cooking. You can literally ‘whip’ it up in no time!
This is a very tasty and fast mushroom soup. The mushroom flavor is built using mushroom broth, fresh mushroom and offset by a hint of tarragon. Continue reading “Cream of Mushroom Soup”
You can put this caramel sauce bread pudding together in about 15 minutes if you buy the Cinnamon Raisin bread and Caramel sauce. This is a great recipe to get your kids involved in the kitchen! Continue reading “The Best Caramel Bread Pudding in No Time!”
These yummy little treats are a favourite among my family and friends. They give you a hit of pumpkin pie for fewer calories than a whole piece of pie would be. The cream cheese frosting is piped on so you get the salty, sweet effect again with fewer calories than a full coverage frosting. Continue reading “Make Ahead Pumpkin Squares with Cream Cheese Frosting”
I had forgotten about this recipe for a while. I made it for a crowd many years ago and was asked for the recipe by a few of the guests. They are still raving about it. Since they reminded me of it I have put it back into my regular rotation of recipes.
Orzo is pasta in the shape of rice and makes a great side dish hot or as a cold salad. Toasting the orzo in the oven before cooking it is an unusual step and it gives it a wonderful, nutty flavour. This makes a great side for pork or chicken. The mushrooms contribute to the nutty, earthy flavour of it so anything that mushrooms go well with, this will too. I served it with schnitzel in the spirit of Jaeger schnitzel.
The recipe calls for fresh tarragon. If you like tarragon go for it. I like it better without but my guests liked it in – so – it is up to you!
This makes a lot- about 12 servings so it is great for a crowd. You may want to halve it if you only have a few people or you will be eating left overs! May not be a bad thing – it reheats well!