I picture eating this dessert under string lights on the patio on a hot summer evening. Berry pizzas sound like just the right thing for a warm day (that is if you opt for grilling these on the BBQ rather than roasting in the oven). BUT, I am tempted to use mascarpone instead of ricotta to up the creaminess and increase the chance my toddler will enjoy this treat. I especially love the idea of getting kids involved in placing the berries on top!
Looking to get out of the pasta and red sauce routine?
Check out this easy and delicious Martha Stewart recipe for baked eggplant parmesan that will make you abandon your local Italian eatery.
This dish does take a little bit of time to make – what with the preparing of the eggplant, baking it, flipping each piece halfway through baking and then layering with sauce and cheese. But it is SO worth it.
It’s a great activity to take on while your tot is napping. The dish makes enough that it’ll provide a few meals, making it time and money efficient.
Trying to find something yummy, pretty and pink to cook or bake for Valentine’s Day? Well look no further!
I’ve scoured through the too-much-food-coloring cookies on Pinterest, the hydrogenated oil-filled treats and the almost-impossible to reproduce recipes.
Hope you enjoy cooking (or ordering) some yummy food this year!
- Heart-shaped egg-in-a-hole from Whole Foods Market
- Merlot strawberries with cream from My Recipes
- Rich chocolate heart cakes from Martha Stewart
- Pink velvet hot chocolate from Living Better Together
- Sweet cherry chip cupcakes from Bakingdom
- Strawberry heart mini cheesecake bites from The Happier Homemaker