The classic Cajun comfort food, Shrimp and Grits, makes a flavorful meal that can serve the family, as well as party guests! Wild caught Gulf shrimp serve as the star of this South Louisiana recipe and cook with andouille sausage to spicy-sweet perfection. Serve atop creamy corn grits for the full comfort food effect. Perfect for tailgate or homegate parties, Mardi Gras celebrations and more, Shrimp and Grits is a delicious, comforting entree!
Cheers to Mardi Gras and this King Cake Martini! The base of this drink is homemade cinnamon-infused vodka, which is made when cinnamon sticks are placed in a jar with vodka for 5-7 days. When the vodka is cinnamon-y, mix with hazelnut liqueur, white crème de cocoa, coffee liqueur and club soda. This Carnival cocktail looks and tastes like a traditional king cake. What better way to celebrate Mardi Gras than by sipping on a King Cake Martini?
Slow Cooker Red Beans and Rice makes a delicious dinner... and this recipe is SO simple! This well-loved Louisiana entree, which calls for dried red beans, Andouille sausage, green bell pepper, onion and spices, is the perfect meal year-round. This recipe, which is perfect for Mardi Gras festivities, football tailgates and while hosting a party, because it requires little hands-on time, cooks unassisted in the slow cooker and feeds a crowd.
Celebrate Mardi Gras without spending hours in the kitchen with a Praline Pull-Apart King Cake! This quick king cake substitutes store-bought cinnamon rolls for homemade dough and pulls apart like monkey bread. Halve the cinnamon rolls, then toss in sugar, cinnamon and pecans. Bake in a bundt pan with a gooey praline sauce. Flip onto a platter and serve warm with a homemade cream cheese icing and colored sugar. Laissez les bons temps rouler! #ad
Perfect for tailgating and feeding a crowd, Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya is a winning Cajun entree year-round! This Louisiana recipe, which includes a spicy combination of chicken breast and pork sausage, mixed in with onions, bell peppers, garlic and a ton of rice, is both filling and flavorful. This well-loved dish feeds a crowd easily, whether you're hosting folks for a football viewing or celebrating Mardi Gras.
Celebrate Mardi Gras by baking a homemade Cream Cheese and Raspberry King Cake for friends and family! King Cake, a traditional pastry that's well-loved during Carnival season in South Louisiana, is easier than you think to make at home. All it takes is time and patience. This king cake, stuffed with cream cheese and raspberry filling, boasts two well-loved flavors. Make a Cream Cheese and Raspberry King Cake to celebrate Mardi Gras this year.