Wether they're for a sporting event, appetizers for a dinner party, an after school snack... chicken wings are always a huge hit!
Anything pizza related we LOVE! It's a quick, simple and delicious dish that can be ordered in or made at home. It's a quick weeknight meal and especially during this Holiday season, it's an easy and fast way to feed everyone at the end of a long day of shopping, visiting family or sprucing up around the house. These stuffed mozzarella and spinach pizza bites are easy to make!
Sugar cookies are one of the most simple yet deliciously addictive cookies, especially during the Holidays. The whiteness of snow and the warm, sugary, vanilla scent in the air come to mind when I think of these classic cookies; this recipe captures all of these senses in one tiny cookie.
My family loves a little spice to our food, especially in the fall when you can start to feel that cold nip in the air. One thing I can never go wrong with is Jambalaya. It takes just a few minutes of prep time and just a few more minutes to cook and it's a dish that the whole family will love.
We love spices! Without them there is no spicy food, no distinctive flavors, no magical, mathematical blends of herbs and salts and peppers that make up your favorite dishes... no spice to life at all! We love to infuse our own twist of flavors into our favorite main dishes: pork, beef, chicken, fish, and vegetables. So we came up with these base spice rubs to build on.
Super simple snacking are our three favorite words to live by in the afternoons. We took the always delicious concept of a caramel apple, and turned it in to a personalized treat that everyone will enjoy. You can pick your own dip and top these apple slices with an endless combination of healthy toppings.
We love the diversity of a grilled sandwich. You can make them your own by putting on any of your favorite sandwich ingredients. Making a grilled sandwich using whole wheat waffles makes it simple, fun, and is a crispier alternative to normal sandwich bread. Waffles also hold a lot more deliciousness in those nooks and crannies.
We love to have a fresh and light alternative on the menu when grilling out or baking at home, so our at home cooking enthusiast Julie shared this amazing grilled Snapper and Mahi Mahi with citrus avocado salsa recipe with us. We can't thank her enough!
These bite sized snacks are inspired by our 'New England Comfort Food' episode of Real Food Real Kitchens. Guest Kevin's Mom would make cauliflower cheese bites in order to get him to eat his vegetables. It obviously worked well because to this day he still makes them along with many other traditional family dishes.
Snacking is one of our favorite things to do throughout the day. You will typically find us eating many small bites throughout the day rather than three main meals. For this reason being creative with snack creation is essential! We at least re-imagine traditional snacks like we did with this simple graham cracker snack.
Stretching the food budget each month is a must for most families, so finding simple and creative ways to use up those leftovers is important! We took our leftover roasted chicken and made these 2-minute BBQ chicken sandwiches.
Mac n Cheese is a no brainer dish that almost every child and adult loves! Here at Real Food Real Kitchens, mac n cheese is one of our all time favorites, so we came up with this #recipe for a creamy, smoky mac n cheese that is now on our menu almost every week! It takes very few ingredients and is incredibly simple to make.
What is a Mother sauce? Mother sauces in classical French cooking are the five families of sauce upon which every other sauce is formed. Memorize these five simple sauces, and everything else involving cooking is generally a breeze.
As the heat outside continues to swelter this summer, the last thing you want to do is bring that heat inside the kitchen. Yes we know how the saying goes, "If you can't stand the heat keep out of the kitchen," but we found a way to get those taste buds lifted without using your oven at all. Welcome this cool and creamy, no-bake peanut butter pie in to the picture this summer and save the heat to beat the winter blues when they roll around.
This chocolate cake recipe is a modern version of what our Grandmother used to make for us as children. It brings back childhood memories of celebration: Family, Food...Chocolate Cake, and Dad sneaking extra to us when we weren't supposed to have it!