From spicy beginnings to delectable endings and everything in between, Grits and Pinecones and I have your Cinco de Mayo celebrations covered with 29 tried and true recipes! In case you didn’t know, Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican Army’s unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862.
These soft and fluffy dinner rolls are full of buttery goodness. From start to finish, they take less than 3 hours to make, with the bread machine doing most of the work. In addition, the dough is a dream to work with. These dinner rolls are incredible on their own with a pat of butter, and amazing wrapped…
There’s something immensely satisfying about making your own bread and rolls. Watching the yeast in action is magical. In addition, the aroma of bread baking is amazing. Finally, the taste of homemade bread or rolls is incredible. If you can make your own bread, then you can make bagels!
Sliders are all the rage these days, and for good reason. They’re a mini sandwich and perfect for a party or pot luck. Although you can buy slider buns, the homemade variety is so much better, and is super easy to make!
Irish Soda Bread is a rustic peasant bread requiring no yeast and no rising. It is amazingly easy to make, amazingly delicious to taste, and perfect for St. Patrick’s Day. The food processor does most of the work. The only real hands-on is a minimal working of the dough to form a cohesive and bumpy disc.
Toad in the Hole is an English classic. It consists of sausages cooked in a Yorkshire pudding batter. It is sometimes referred to as sausage toad, and is traditionally served with onion gravy and vegetables.
Tarte Flambée is an Alsatian dish composed of a thin dough covered with fromage blanc or crème fraîche, thinly sliced onions, and bacon. It is to northern Alsace what pizza is to southern Italy. It is both easy to make, and absolutely delicious. Tarte Flambée is the perfect appetizer or light entrée.
Easy Cheesy Sausage Balls are a perfect appetizer. With only three ingredients, these little gems have it all. They’re super simple to make, taste incredible warm or at room temperature, freeze beautifully, and are just as good reheated. Who could ask for more?
Dressing or Stuffing – which one is it? Well, in the South, it’s generally Dressing whether it goes into the turkey or not. However, because this is replicating what the Master Taste Tester remembered from growing up in England, we’ll call it Stuffing, even though it doesn’t go into the turkey!
Loaded with apples, toasted pecans, pineapple, and coconut, these moist Apple Mini-Muffins are delicious for breakfast or an anytime snack! As an added bonus, they’re easy to make and freeze beautifully.