Archive for the ‘Quick’ Category

Chocolate Chip Scones

November 20th, 2014 | Breakfast, Cake, Desserts, Quick, Vegetarian | Christi | No Comments

If you love scones, this recipe is for you. It’s pretty much a giant chocolate chip cookie with the texture of a scone. And, unlike your typical coffeehouse scone, they will keep very well for days on the counter. Or freeze them if you must and enjoy them for weeks on end.   Chocolate Chip […]

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Cinnamon Banana Bread

November 11th, 2014 | Bread, Fruit, Pastry, Quick, Quickbread, Vegetarian | Christi | No Comments

Keep your old ripe bananas in the freezer and defrost them right before making this stellar banana bread. Add some nuts or chocolate chips if you want it to be extra special for the holidays. This banana bread is even better the next day. Cinnamon Banana Bread Makes one 9-inch loaf 2 cups all purpose […]

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Vietnamese Rice Noodle Salad

November 9th, 2014 | Asian, Dressing, Main Dish, Quick, Vegetarian | Christi | No Comments

Happy weekend, all! Sometimes weekends can be overflowing with good but heavy foods. Sometimes you just want that nice crisp salad. Here’s a fresh Vietnamese rice noodle salad that won’t weight you down, but is super flavorful. Add some sliced grilled chicken or steak to make it a dinner-time meal. Vietnamese Rice Noodle Salad 4 […]

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Kung Pao Chicken

November 3rd, 2014 | Asian, Chicken, Dinner, Featured, Gluten free, Quick | Christi | 1 Comment

Kung Pao Chicken is one of the most popular takeout dishes. Luckily, it is easy to make at home without any MSG. Take care not to marinade the chicken longer than stated, as the meat will over-tenderize and become slightly gummy. Add whatever chopped vegetables you have in the fridge to make it your own. […]

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Almond Meringues

October 30th, 2014 | Cookies, Desserts, Gluten free, Pastry, Quick | Christi | No Comments

Making meringues can be tricky. There is a long list of things that can go wrong- overbeating, underbeating, not adding enough sugar, forgetting the cream of tartar, not having the whites at the right temp, starting off on too high of a mixer speed, and so on. However, once you are comfortable making a meringue, […]

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Fresh Spinach Pasta

October 27th, 2014 | Dinner, Pasta, Quick, Vegetarian | Christi | No Comments

This classic flavored pasta is best made with baby spinach leaves because they contain less fiber than full grown spinach. Use the smaller amount of flour for a soft dough for stuffing, and the larger amount for a firm dough for cut pasta. Adding spinach to pasta will not drastically alter the flavor of the […]

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Corn muffins

October 22nd, 2014 | Quick, Quickbread, Sides, Vegetarian | Christi | No Comments

There are a few things homier than the smell of fresh baked muffins. These are the corn version, not quite a cornbread, due to the higher ratio of flour to cornmeal. They are less dense and more cakey, a true member of the muffin family. Enjoy with a bowl of hot chili or with plenty […]

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Fettuccine Alfredo

March 5th, 2014 | Dinner, Main Dish, Pasta, Quick, Vegetarian | Christi | No Comments

First off, H&B would like to issue out a sincere apology for the technical issues over the past few weeks. We have resolved the issues and are back on track bringing you delicious and fun recipes to try! Fettuccine Alfredo is a decadent dish with cream, butter and loaded with parmesan cheese. Perfect for a […]

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Salad with Sesame Miso Dressing

January 15th, 2014 | Asian, Dressing, Quick, Sauce, Sides, Vegetarian | Christi | No Comments

This is the dressing that many Japanese restaurants will use on their appetizer salads.  Delicious and refreshing, it will liven up any Asian style meal or salad. This dressing is also light and low in fat! Sesame Miso Dressing ¼ cup white miso ¼ cup soy sauce ¼ cup rice vinegar 2 TB vegetable oil […]

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Chickpea Hummus Dip

January 11th, 2014 | Mediterranean, Quick, Sides, Vegetarian | Christi | No Comments

I love hummus. Made with high protein chickpeas, it can a healthy snack to have around. This version uses a minimal amount of olive oil and only uses a tiny bit of roasted sesame oil to bring out the rich flavor but without using globs of tahini. Add roasted red peppers, extra garlic, parmesan… whatever […]

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