Thursday, January 10, 2008

Forget "Deceptively Delicious" we are Devilishly Delightful

So... since my entrance into the blogosphere, I have come across some pretty cool stuff. One site I love to visit is pioneerwomancooks.com. She posts recipes that are all relatively easy to make and with ingredients you already have in the pantry, or will easily find in your grocery store. So today we threw away the bathroom scale and enjoyed a couple of her recipes.

Here's a link to her Marlboro Man sandwich. We had this for lunch today. It was soooo easy and sooooooo good. I loved it, and so did the family!








Since we were on a roll (literally), I have been dying to make her French Breakfast Puffs since I saw her post in mid December. They are divine!! The family loved them, and the little ones even helped make their own!! They reminded me of "Those Little Donuts" you buy at the fair. Mmmmm.

Here they are enjoying the Breakfast Puffs Mmmm!

Actually my best reaction was from Ryan (our neighbour)Thanks for humoring me:)

I'm excited to try some of her other stuff too. I will let you know.

I highly suggest either of these recipes, especially on a cold icy day like we had Sunday!


Do you have a favorite recipe website?


6 comments:

Christie said...

Oh sure, I just got home from spending $250 at the grocery store and didn't include either of these recipes as i was waiting for the "lab rats" to try them out. Now I have to go back!. They looks so yummy.

Christie said...

Oh yea, and nice halloween plates in January!! :-)

Shawna said...

looks yummy, I'll have to try them. Especially since it's something kids can help with!

Becky said...

I read her blog sometimes, too. I love all the pictures. She really helped me out at Thanksgiving!

brittany said...

I'm glad Ryan could humor you, although those were some seriously delicious muffins!!!! we'll humor you any time, will you still humor us after your avocado and cauliflower cupcakes?

hsjacobus said...

Ooh, I can't wait to make that sandwich. I'm on a serious savory kick right now and I think they'll be just right. I usually hit the website www.foodtv.com for recipe searches.