Enjoy flavorful Honey Sriracha Chicken Rice Bowls for dinner this week! Place the chicken, onion and red bell pepper in the slow cooker with honey, soy sauce and water. Cook for 4 hours. Steam brown rice and snow peas, then layer the rice, chicken and its sauce and snow peas in a bowl for serving. Slightly sweet with a zing of spice, Honey Sriracha Chicken Rice Bowls make a well-loved, simple and healthy weeknight meal for the whole family.
Start the morning with Dark Chocolate Cherry Granola. Gluten free, vegan and low-sugar, this granola makes a tasty breakfast or snack. Toss rolled oats and pecans in unsweetened cocoa powder, then coat in a mixture of maple syrup and water before baking. When crisp, let the granola come to room temperature, then add the dried tart cherries. Enjoy by the handful, over yogurt, with milk or whatever suits your fancy.
Instead of milk and cookies for Santa, leave him a glass of Vegan Bourbon Pecan Milk Punch this Christmas. This twist on the classic New Orleans cocktail is VEGAN. Homemade pecan milk, made with pecans, rice, cinnamon and maple syrup, serves as the base of the drink. Combine the pecan milk with bourbon, amaretto, maple syrup and a little vanilla extract before shaking to combine. Serve cold with a favorite cookie throughout the chilly winter months.
Prepare for the upcoming holidays by mixing up a cocktail with some ginger zing! Ginger Pomegranate Mules make the perfect seasonal drink for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Made with DRY Sparkling Ginger, 100% pomegranate juice, vodka and ginger simple syrup, this drink comes together quickly and can be made in batches for a crowd. Serve in copper mugs for that traditional mule feel, and enjoy sipping on this spicy cocktail throughout the season. #ad #HolidayPairingParty
If you're in the market for a melt-in-your-mouth decadent side dish for the holiday table, you're in luck! Bacon Streusel Stuffed Baked Apples are a THING! Stuff apples with a sweet, spiced bacon fat streusel. Bake until the apples soften and the streusel browns, then serve warm alongside turkey or ham. These Bacon Streusel Stuffed Baked Apples are the ultimate sweet-savory-salty combination for Thanksgiving, Christmas or any winter dinner party!
Bob’s Bacon Potato Clam Chowder, a classic New England recipe, makes a comforting, delicious meal for the whole family! Bacon renders, then an onion cooks in the rendered fat. Add flour and butter to create a roux, then add clam juice and whole clams! When the mixture thickens, add milk, potatoes and water. Season with salt and pepper, and simmer until the mixture coats the back of the spoon. Perfect for any season, this chowder sings of the sea.