Tag: southern cuisine

Granola Fruit Crisp Dessert

The granola fruit crisp is a variation of the old-fashioned southern apple cobbler. Any kind of fruit cobbler was something I enjoyed for dessert when I grew up. As a matter of fact, my grandparents always made sure that they had one made with whatever fruit was in season when I visited. When I ate

Vegetable Omelet – Delicious Brunch or Dinner

A good vegetable omelet is one of the comfort foods my husband and I both enjoy. Of course, you don’t have to limit it to vegetables. Some folks don’t consider this a meal without meat. So if you have bits of meat left over from last night’s dinner, toss it into the mix. I enjoy

Peanut Butter Cookies Without Flour

These peanut butter cookies knocked my socks off at the first bite. At first, I tried to follow a recipe that wasn’t great. So I tweaked it a few times, and it finally became perfection. Whether you have to be gluten free, or you simply don’t want flour in your diet, give these a try.

Tuna Stuffed Avocado for a Quick & Easy Meal

The tuna-stuffed avocado might be the easiest-to-make meal ever. Even so, it packs a ton of heart-healthy nutrients that stick with you for hours. Equally important, it’s delicious, just like a southern food is supposed to be. My husband and I are often ravenous after church on Sundays, so this is one of our go-to

Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies – Small Batch

Oatmeal chocolate chip cookies are super easy to make. And the way I do it, they’re nutritious as well. You don’t have to tell a soul what you put in them. Just fill a plate with fresh-baked cookies, pour a glass of milk, and smile as you watch the cookies disappear. Hide the Goodies in

Shrimp Cocktail Salad Updates an Old Favorite

The shrimp cocktail salad turns an old favorite from 50 years ago into something new and fresh that you’ll be proud to serve to family and guests. All you need are a salad bowls, a mixing bowl, and some food staples you should keep in your kitchen. Pick up some super cheap (3 or 4