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Twice baked potatoes are so easy to make especially with help from Philadelphia cream cheese spread. I salt and pepper the potato skins for extra flavor. The filling is mixed with Philly chive and onion cream cheese spread, sharp cheddar cheese, a tad of butter and a bit of salt. It’s fluffy and creamy with just the right amount of tang from the cream cheese. It’s an easy side dish to put together that is full of flavor. #spreadtheflavor
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There’s something fun and festive about a pitcher of ruby red sangria. It’s the perfect drink for a holiday party or entertaining. Fresh fruit makes sangria fragrant and adds another layer of flavor. I used ChocolatRouge Sweet Red for this recipe. The sweet red is a blend of decadent rich chocolate and fine red wine. As soon as your open the bottle of ChocolatRouge you can smell the intense chocolate aroma. It’s kinda intoxicating. The great thing about sangria is that you can easily make it the night before and pull the pitcher out when the guest arrive. This chocolate wine sangria would be great for a cookie exchange and would keep to the dessert or sweet theme!
This is the first year that I participated in the Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap which helped raise $13,778.40 for Cookies for Kids’ Cancer. It was fun to connect with other bloggers, send and receive cookies and especially being able to contribute to a great cause.
I sent a dozen of these cookies to Karla of The Pie Less Traveled, Mary Ellen of Recipes, Food and Cooking and to Meriem of Culinary Couture. I hope they enjoyed these delicate chocolate chip cookie butter cookies and that it made it there in one piece. The cookies are made with Trader Joes’ Speculoos Cookie Butter and laced with chocolate chips and coarse sea salt. If you haven’t had cookie butter you are missing out on something wonderfully decadent. Imagine spreading a layer of creamy spread made from gingerbread cookies and crushed biscuits onto a warm piece of toast. Actually, you don’t even need the toast it’s great straight out of the jar! The cookie butter has hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, ginger and cardamom. It’s warm, cozy and very addicting.
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The holidays are around the corner and it’s such a busy time for many people. It’s nice to keep a few items on hand to make entertaining or feeding your family a bit easier during this hectic time of year. Nestle family size frozen foods make putting hot meals on the table super easy. With a few mix ins or sides the entrees become a satisfying meal to gather around. The best part that it takes very little effort or time.
This bacon chicken macaroni and cheese is so easy to make and is such a time saver. Rotisserie chicken and crispy apple wood bacon add so much favor to the mac and cheese. A few dashes of hot sauce and fresh tomatoes help balance the richness of the cheese and gives the dish a little kick and pop of freshness. If you don’t have chicken on hand you can use canned tuna.
Braised short ribs is one of my all time favorite restaurant meals. If it’s on the menu chances are I’m going to order it. The meat is fork tender and the favors are rich and intense. This dish is easy to recreate at home with a little help from Campbell’s Sweet Korean BBQ Slow Cooker Sauce. The roasted ginger and sesame adds a layer of flavor to this savory and slightly sweet sauce.
It’s fall season which makes it the perfect time to use the slow cooker. It’s such a time saver to be able to prep dinner the night before and stick it in the fridge over night. The next morning I plug it in and let dinner cook while I’m at work. It definitely takes the stress out of weeknight cooking.
If you look in my pantry I current have a few of the Campbell’s Skillet Sauces and Campbell’s Slow Cooker Sauces handy for those nights that I need a little help to get a homemade meal on the table. I can’t wait to try Scampi and Thai Green Curry Skillet Sauces. I also have the Tavern Style Pot Roast and Hawaiian Luau Slow Cooker Sauces stocked in my pantry for another day. I tried the Campbell’s Chicken Marsala Skillet Sauce recently and it was a quick and easy way to get dinner on the table in 15 minutes. Gotta love that!
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