It feels like summer here today so it felt appropriate to share the most summer-worthy recipe of this year’s Lenten series!
When most people think of grilling, they think meat – steaks, burgers, etc. – but fruit and veggies are also also fabulous grilled.
This beautiful grilled skewers are simple, packed with flavor – and plant based. Chunks of eggplant and pineapple and grilled and glazed with a quick homemade teriyaki sauce. This is the perfect vegan option for your next cookout!
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I’ve already chronicled (complained about?) how crazy our summer was so I’m not going to rehash it again, but suffice it to say we’ve really been enjoying our un-busy fall weekends so far. It’s been a lot of family time and catching up on non-urgent things we enjoy.
It also means we’ve had time for some leisurely breakfasts – a real novelty.
The additional of apple and maple syrup make this sausage perfect for your fall breakfast table. Yes, it’s a bit of effort to make it yourself, but I promise it’s so worth it. This is hands-down the best breakfast sausage I’ve ever had.
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Apple Maple Breakfast Sausage (a Kate’s Recipe Box original) Makes about 18 sausages
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Today we’re celebrating Valentine’s Day a little early with some #FoodBloggerLove and I’m so thrilled to introduce you guys to Nicole from For the Love of Food.
I was so excited to get to know her blog over the last few weeks – she and I are super similar! She also has two little ones that help her out in the kitchen, family meals are her bread and butter, and she’s crazy for anything chocolate peanut butter.
Yeah, I know – it was like looking in a mirror!
I knew I wanted to make a treat Nicole would love – and I also wanted it to be something her girls could help with. These Crispy Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars are the perfect fit!
My little helpers helped with the measuring and stirring. These treats are no bake, but they do need a few minutes on the stove top to melt the ingredients together so I handled that. They only take about five minutes to prep – perfect for a toddler attention span! – and they’re so, so good. If a peanut butter cup and a crunch bar had a baby, this would be the result.
Nicole, I know you’ll love these! I hope you and your girls get a chance to make them soon! Happy #FoodBloggerLove!
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