If you’ve seen my recent posts, you know that the amount of treats coming out of my kitchen over the past few weeks is completely unnecessary. I can’t say I haven’t enjoyed it, but I have to make up for … Continue reading
Eggs in a Basket are pretty high on my list of favorite breakfast foods. And I Really love breakfast, so that’s saying something. To add a festive twist to this otherwise very ordinary breakfast, I used a heart cookie cutter to … Continue reading
Don’t get me wrong, I love living in Wisconsin – really, I do! – but sometimes, the cold weather is just a little too…cold. To take my mind off of the frigid temperature outside, I cranked up the heat and … Continue reading
I love orzo. I love it even more when it’s smothered in cheese. This was an easy and delicious dish that I see reappearing on my table in my future, maybe with some more vegetables thrown in. Cheesy Orzo with … Continue reading
I whipped up a loaf of this French bread a couple nights ago; it was delicious! It had a light, crispy crust and tender inside. It was really big, so you could half it or divide it into two loaves … Continue reading
I found this alfredo recipe from My Simple Blessed Life and was intrigued by the use of cream cheese; I’ve never seen that before so I had to give it a shot (I added a little nutmeg too). It was … Continue reading
I stumbled across a pin titled OMG Chicken on pinterest and it sounded too easy not to try. It had a broken link and I couldn’t find the dish on the website it was pinned from; fortunately the directions were … Continue reading
This was such an easy dish to prepare and tasted awesome – great for a rushed lunch or dinner! My nieces and husband loved it, and I was definitely impressed with how good it tasted. You could even make the Italian dressing mix yourself with a copycat recipe (there’s one here). I found the recipe on pinterest, but the link had been removed; fortunately the caption had all of the instructions. I didn’t have heavy cream on hand, so I upped the butter and used milk instead (the recipe called for 1/2 cup butter and 1/2 cup cream).
- 1 box of farfalle pasta
- 3/4 cup butter
- 1/4 cup milk
- 1/2 cup parmesan cheese, grated
- 1 packet Italian Dressing mix
- Cook pasta following the directions on the package and drain.
- Add the butter to the pot and let it melt, then return the pasta to the pot.
- Add the milk, parmesan, and seasoning packet and mix well.
- Serve as soon as you can while it is still warm and creamy – if its going to sit on the stove for a while, you might want to add a few extra tablespoons of milk.