Buffalo chicken dip!! My youth group leader was the first person to ever introduce this dip to me. She always brought it to game nights or to youth group, and always had it made up when we had special movie and game nights at her house. I love hot things. That is something I definitely get from my dad, and if you read my story "Perfect Dough Every Time," you know that I love chicken. I also have a thing for that cheesy goodness, so this dip is literally everything I've ever loved, all mixed together.
Studies show that one of the best ways to stay healthy and feel better about your life is through a healthy, balanced diet. A healthy diet isn't something you can just buy from a store, though—and that's where the problem is.
There are many ways to make baking easier and more practical. The different ingredients that you can add into your desserts are endless, and there are many ways to make the desserts last longer. Here are ten baking hacks that can turn you into a cake boss, and so you can avoid thoughts of an unsophisticated baker.
As a single young person I found cooking tedious and time consuming. I much preferred to spend my time talking to people, doing school work or binge watching Netflix. However, after having a baby I decided that learning to cook and bake would be important for many reasons and here is why:
So you're trying your hardest to eat healthy and exercise but the health food store is just too overpriced. I feel you. You're a busy working individual and sometimes just don't have time to cook an elaborate healthy meal. I feel that too.
College is all fun and games until it comes to 2 things... Money... and Food. A lot of students eat fast food because it is cheap and less time consuming. In this list there at 10 super easy meals, a combination of breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas for students that aren't time consuming. All of my recipes I have made myself but are inspired by Pinterest and family.
For a fundamental task everyone should be able to handle by the time they reach adulthood, the word "cooking" strikes fear into a LOT of people. I personally have the opposite reaction with that word. I LOVE cooking. Like seriously. It's the career I 100 percent want to pursue for the rest of my life. But this isn't about me. This is about YOU. When I ask people if they can cook, some popular answers are; "I can make a mean bowl of cereal," "I can boil water, that's about it," and "Box mac and cheese is my specialty." If you are someone who has any response similar to the examples above, this post is for you. And even if you do dabble in a bit of cooking now and again, here are some tips to take simple foods to the next level, or just improvise in a pinch. Because let's face it, we're not all Gordon Ramsay. The best of us can't afford to stock our kitchens with the finest gadgets and ingredients out there. But that's ok. Because throughout years of taking the struggle bus express to create amazing dishes on a budget, I've picked up individual tips and hacks that you'll have access to right here.
I loved Cold Brew before it was cool. I'd been sucking back Cold Brews from May through August long before Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts were slinging them across the counter. If it's over 60 degrees outside you can guarantee I'm carrying a Cold Brew wherever I go! And here’s why you should too:
All that money starts to rack up when you spend tons every morning on your Starbucks. Here are tips, tricks, and techniques to being your very own, at-home barista!
It's pouring down with rain as I write this; the first break in a weeks-long heatwave that has left our entire country reeling. I know we Brits are known for nattering about the weather, but it just gives us so much to talk about! This week I finally gave in to the heat and searched through the cupboards until I found the old Philips Delizia ice cream churn that served me so well through my childhood.
Hey everyone! If you are reading this, I can tell you are a coffee lover just like me. I absolutely love coffee but I definitely hate going out of the house just to buy some. Since I am really lazy, I decided, why not try and make the same creamy-tasting coffee that I get from outside, at home? It can't be that hard, can it? To be honest, it was pretty hard at first to get the taste of iced coffee that satisfied me, but after a few tries, I finally came up with the simplest and quickest way to make the best tasting iced coffee out there. It satisfied me so much that I stopped going out to get my iced coffee and since I love it so much, I thought why not share it with the rest of my coffee lovers in this world? Anyways, enough talking about me, let's get into these simple steps!