Recipes

Quick and Easy Vanilla Dessert Lasagna

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When it comes to quick and easy desserts, you really can’t do better than a light, refreshing dessert lasagna. This spring, we’re dreaming of sweet recipes like this Vanilla Dessert Lasagna, straight from our test kitchen. Vanilla lovers, your time has come! This easy dessert recipe layers vanilla pudding, whipped cream, cream cheese and delectable toppings like pecans and white chocolate over a sweet vanilla cookie crust. We’re fairly certain this dessert lasagna is what dreams are made of! Whether you’re celebrating Mother’s Day, throwing a baby shower or bridal shower, or just celebrating the good weather, this is spring’s...

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The Pioneer Woman’s (and Charlie’s) Favorite Lasagna

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The Pioneer Woman’s favorite lasagna recipe highlights how easy it can be to make a crowd (and kid) pleasing lasagna. No unusual ingredients, just meat, cheese, noodles, and more cheese. It’s doggone delicious. Adapted from Ree Drummond | Charlie the Ranch Dog | HarperCollins, 2011 Be safe! Always cook with an adult. Don’t touch sharp knives or hot stoves and ovens! And always wash your hands before and after cooking. [Editor’s note: We think more kids’ books ought to divulge recipes, like this one from blogger and home cook The Pioneer Woman. Publishers, what say you? And moms, bear in...

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How to Stop Eating Out

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The post How to Stop Eating Out appeared first on Millennial Money. It’s a weeknight and you’re starving and exhausted. So you reach out to Grubhub or DoorDash and place an order for the fastest, greasiest, most delicious, carb-heavy thing on the menu. And the best part? You don’t even have to pay for it right now. You can just charge it to your credit card! The convenience food arrives in 20 minutes, you devour it, and move on. You’re not hungry anymore. But you’re also burning a hole in your wallet and putting on a few extra pounds in the...

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Spaghetti Squash Lasagna Boats

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• 1 spaghetti squash • 1/2 tsp. ground black pepper • 1/2 tsp. fine sea salt • 2 tsp. minced garlic • 2 tsp. Italian seasonings • 1 lb. ground turkey • 24 oz. sugar free spaghetti sauce {I use Ragu Simply}• Shredded mozzarella • Grated Parmesan cheese  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.  2. Microwave spaghetti squash for 3 minutes {1 1/2 minutes on each side.} 3. Cut off ends and cut in half lengthwise.  4. Scrape out seeds and place squash on a baking sheet — season squash with 1/4 tsp. of salt and pepper.  5. Cook squash for 60 minutes — at the 30 minute...

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10 Turkey Alternatives for Thanksgiving

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These turkey alternatives for Thanksgiving are centerpiece-worthy main courses that will garner as much praise as any perfectly cooked bird. Pork Loin in the Style of Porchetta : Christina Holmes 1/10 A mashup of two Italian classics, arista and porchetta. A stuffed roast with rosemary and ground pork that's ridiculously simple to make. And even easier to devour. Recipe Smoked Prime Rib : Ed Anderson 2/10 Infused with smoke as it cooks low and slow, this compelling centerpiece is, quite simply, the best and most unique prime rib we've ever tried. And worth standing at the smoker even during the...

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