Celebrate the arrival of fall with these fluffy Pumpkin Biscuits with Maple Butter. Vegan biscuit dough is made with fresh or canned pumpkin puree, all-purpose flour, baking powder, unsweetened non-dairy milk, ground cinnamon and sea salt. Cut them into six large biscuits, then bake. Once they have risen, cooked through and cooled slightly, slice them in half and slather with homemade maple butter for the ultimate autumn-flavored decadence.
Celebrate hatch chile season by making a delicious, spicy breakfast/brunch for the whole family! Hatch Chile Breakfast Flatbread adds heat to the table. Top flatbread with homemade enchilada sauce, mozzarella cheese, roasted hatch chiles and a raw egg. The flatbread bakes quickly, then is removed and immediately sliced into. The egg yolk should run all over the flatbread (if you're into that kind of thing) and add creaminess to this peppery dish.
Celebrate the (impending) arrival of fall with comforting, decadent French Onion Risotto! A twist on the soup, this one-pot risotto really hits the spot. Ground beef is browned in a Dutch oven, then onions are caramelized. Remove the onions and beef. Toast the arborio rice... then add beef stock slowly until the rice is cooked. Add the cooked beef and onions to the rice, stir in milk and provolone, sprinkle in fresh thyme, and enjoy! #spon
A Southern classic combined with an Asian favorite makes this delightful mash-up. Homemade Pulled Pork (in a tangy barbecue sauce!) is made in the slow cooker, then creamy coleslaw, made with yogurt instead of mayo, is tossed together. When ready, the pulled pork and coleslaw are rolled into eggroll wrappers, fried and served with creamy coleslaw sauce. Pulled Pork Coleslaw Eggrolls are a tasty appetizer to enjoy while watching the Summer Games! #spon
Italian Stuffed Peppers, made with RAGÚ® Homestyle Sauce, are a simple homestyle meal! As the pasta boils, prep the bell peppers and cook hot Italian sausages in a pan with a little bell pepper and fresh zucchini. When the pasta is ready, toss in RAGÚ® Homestyle Thick and Hearty Traditional Sauce, then layer it, the sausage and veggies into the bell peppers, top with mozzarella, and bake until golden brown. An easy, delicious weeknight dinner. #ad
Potato Salad is a favorite summertime side... but oftentimes, it's weighed down by too much mayonnaise. This No Mayo Potato Salad is a lighter rendition of the classic, and is just as scrumptious. Red potatoes serve as the base, and they, along with hardboiled eggs, celery and green onions, are tossed in a light, flavorful dill vinaigrette. Serve at any picnic or cookout this summer and expect compliments on this surprisingly creamy potato salad.