Have a date night coming up? This creamy, no-bake cheesecake is packed full of chocolate in a chocolate crust, and is the perfect end to a romantic meal.
A simple, filling breakfast casserole starring one of your favorites--wonderful, wonderful bacon.
Craving a breakfast of bacon, eggs and toast? Here's a better idea: toast and eggs together, with bacon on top. Now you're ready for that weekend project.
This hearty, cheese egg casserole feeds a crowd. Make it Saturday night, clean up the dishes, and you'll get Sunday off to a rousing start.
Crab and ham join forces for a simple appetizer. Toasted almonds provide some much-needed crunch.
Looks like regular coffee cake, has tasty bits of fruit like a coffee cake, but contains a secret hidden pocket of cheese. That's something every guy can get behind.
A tasty combo of the Italian cannoli and French toast. Which--is it actually French? Who cares, this is some good eatin'.
Fresh poblano peppers roasted over an open flame give this rich soup of shrimp and coconut a hint of heat. A little brie cheese adds just the right amount of richness.
Breakfast eggs for a crowd, this recipe makes 12 normal servings of light, fluffy scrambled eggs. Cut everything in half and use an 8x8x2-inch glass baking dish for 4 to 6 servings. Or make them in bulk and refrigerate them, then use them throughout the week for breakfast sandwiches, burritos, in fried rice, etc.
A delicious meal for two. Really easy to make.
Start the day with this hearty, amazing strata. It's comfort food taken to the next level.
If you love cheesecake and caramel, this is the recipe for you! The first time I made this recipe was for a family party. Everyone who ate it went crazy! It was terrific.
Simply the best cheese steak you'll ever have! Good way to use up leftover steak.
Fresh is always better than frozen. This hot dip uses fresh spinach.
Wonderful, creamy, sugary cheesecake. Don't deny yourself this dessert just because you don't have an oven, or because you don't live in New York City.
Try out your baking skills on this manly breakfast pastry.
A tasty cheese omelet for beginning breakfast cooks. You cook the veggies separately so they aren't crunchy.
I'm no chef and neither is my mom, but when it's time for a mac and cheese throw-down, we can hold our own. Forget the cheese sauce and bread crumb topping...because while it may be tasty it ain't real mac and cheese. This recipe features cheese, cheese, and more cheese. Let's begin.
A great dip for everything from game day to potluck dinners, you can use this dip as a sandwich spread or even a salad dressing. For a little added zing, use half green chile and half jalapeños, add a few shakes of Tabasco(R) or 1/8 teaspoon cayenne. Use corn, potato, pita or bagel chips or chunks of French bread for dipping.
Tasty treat for fall breakfast--pancakes from scratch loaded with grated apples. Serve up with some eggs and bacon and your day has had a successful launch.