This recipe has become a favourite of my volleyball players. A pre-game snack for those late matches. The recipe has been adapted from Jennifer Segal's Chocolate Banana Bread.
Black Bean Quesadillas is an easy recipe for kids to make. You can prepare ahead of time and cook just before dinner or cook up the quesadillas and then warm them in the oven just before eating. Double the recipe if you want extra sauce for another time.
A treat for your kids after school or a nice weekend snack.
Bake this cake and cover with icing in a square 8 or 9 inch pan. Store the cake covered with plastic wrap in the fridge for up to 3 days and it will stay moist and delicious.
Each recipe make 8 shortcakes. It is easy to make these ahead of time and even freeze them. Double the recipe if you are feeding more than 8. Try it with strawberries now and in August with peaches.
Want to get your kids to eat salad? This recipe is a great start.
The perfect addition to a Cinco de Mayo dinner celebration.
You can easily make this recipe gluten free by replacing the soy sauce with tamari. For a vegetarian option leave out the chicken, replace the fish sauce with soy sauce and the chicken broth with vegetable broth. Pretty much any vegetables will work so try to use up what you have on hand.
Though it is not traditionally an Indian side dish consider serving Chicken Tikka Masala with a side green vegetable making it a more nutritious option for your family.
To prepare Chicken Fajitas the chicken is seared in a skillet on the stove top then transferred to the oven to finish cooking. Because of the cooking process you either need 1 oven per 2 chefs or you need to take shifts in the oven. When I cook with a group of 4 we usually prep toppings for serving as well to eliminate downtime. Decide before hand with guests who is buying the tortilla shells and optional toppings. Possible toppings include: grated cheese, salsa, guacamole, sour cream, lettuce and chopped fresh cilantro.