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Ladybug CookiesBy Ginny's TeamThese adorable ladybug cookies are a perfect (and easy) treat for Valentine's day!
Banana Nut WafflesBy Ginny's TeamTake brunch to the next level with our banana nut waffles. With the right waffle iron, you can make delicious, fluffy waffles in minutes. And for this recipe, you only need the most basic of pantry ingredients. Pull out baking mix, a banana, walnuts, and a few other kitchen staples, mix them together, and let breakfast begin!
Air Fried Chicken & VeggiesBy Ginny's TeamIf you’re looking to cook the perfect roast chicken, try a halogen convection oven: instant halogen heat browns, sears, and seals in juices while a convection fan moves air around to speed up the cooking time and heat the whole chicken evenly. This roast chicken and veggies recipe is a full meal that takes minimal effort to prepare! Most of the time is hands-off, making it the perfect (and nutritious!) weeknight homemade meal.
Chicken Noodle SoupBy Ginny's TeamSure, you can heat up chicken noodle soup from a can—but with this homemade creamy chicken noodle soup recipe, you won’t want to! You can make this simple chicken noodle soup with our pressure cooker and hardly any hands-on time.
Cut-out Sugar CookiesBy Ginny's TeamEnjoy making this timeless classic with friends and family this holiday season!
Microwave NachosBy Ginny's TeamThis microwave nachos recipe makes for a delicious snack after work or during your favorite TV show. Anything with melted cheese is a winner, and we love how easy nachos in the microwave are to make!
Slow Cooker BBQ RibsBy Ginny's TeamRibs have never been easier than with this slow cooker BBQ ribs recipe. Season and brown the ribs on a weekend morning, and then let them marinate in the slow cooker during the day while you go on a road trip, get some errands done, or just relax. Eight hours later, the ribs will be perfectly flavored and practically falling off the bone. We especially love the tang of chili sauce mixed with sweet brown sugar.
Risotto with Mushrooms and Truffle Olive OilBy Ginny's TeamMaking risotto with mushrooms can be a long and complicated process, but with a pressure cooker, it takes half the time. Risotto is a classic dish with dozens of possible variations; for example, you can add shrimp, pumpkin, and any combination of fresh herbs. One of our favorite versions involves mushrooms and truffle flavored olive oil. It's the perfect earthy complement to the creamy, cheesy rice. Risotto with mushrooms and olive oil will take you about half an hour in a pressure cooker, and is fairly hands-off: no standing over a hot stove stirring for twenty-five minutes!
Egg and Sausage Breakfast CasseroleBy Ginny's TeamThis weekend, try an egg and sausage breakfast casserole for a filling brunch! We used a double decker toaster oven for easy baking and clean-up. This casserole includes all the breakfast classics: pork sausage, mushrooms, eggs, shredded cheese, and even cottage cheese! Serve it topped with salsa if you'd like a little extra kick, or a simple fresh fruit salad on the side. If you're using a 9x13" pan, double this recipe and feed a crowd. This egg and sausage breakfast casserole will be everyone's new favorite Sunday treat!
Classic WafflesBy Ginny's TeamTake brunch back to the basics with classic waffles. With the right waffle iron, you can make delicious, fluffy waffles in minutes. And for this recipe, you only need the most basic of pantry ingredients. Pull out flour, baking powder, eggs, sugar, and a few other kitchen staples, mix them together, and let breakfast begin! Want to add a little something extra to these classic waffles? Toss a handful of nuts on the batter before closing the waffle iron, or add strawberries, blueberries, or bananas on top of your freshly made waffle. Finish it off with a dollop of whipped cream for a real morning treat!
Gram’s Quick and Easy Pie CrustBy Ginny's TeamInstead of getting a store-bought crust, try this quick and easy pie crust the next time you’re making your famous apple pie. It only has five ingredients, which are all probably already in your pantry or refrigerator—flour, sugar, salt, vegetable oil, and milk. Just mix the ingredients together and let it bake for fifteen minutes; we recommend mixing up the pie filling while the crust bakes for maximum efficiency! Another bonus? This quick and easy pie crust is delicious without any butter, which makes it a little more heart healthy.
Sliced Egg SandwichBy Ginny's TeamA quick twist on a typical breakfast sandwich. The ingredients are easy to prep ahead of time and refrigerate! Just heat one serving at a time, assemble, and enjoy!
Cheddar Bacon CornbreadBy Ginny's Team"They" say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But no one ever said breakfast had to start the day. Breakfast foods aren't just for morning anymore. We have quite a few breakfast recipes that work great for any meal of the day. One recipe that works with any meal is Bacon Cornbread. It's great for breakfast with maple syrup drizzle, with a pad of butter for a mid-morning snack, or as a side for chili on the cooler days. We like to make this recipe using the loaf pan from our new 3-Piece Eco Ceramic Bakeware Set.
Classic Fried ChickenBy Ginny's TeamFor a taste of the South, try this simple yet classic fried chicken recipe. The dry rub is simple; you only need flour, black pepper, salt, and cayenne pepper for a complex and delicious taste. This recipe's secret weapon is using buttermilk to dip the chicken in between tossing in the dry ingredients. Classic fried chicken is a perfect recipe for warm spring days, backyard barbecues, or a fun sit-down dinner with family and friends.
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