Want something delicious and cheap? Try this oh-so-pretty lunch or dinner wedge salad that features a head of lettuce, fresh veggies, and crispy bacon strips.
Matching honey with pistachios and creamy mascarpone will definitely make this cake a new favorite in your recipe repertoire. To make ahead, cover and refrigerate the cake. Add the topping right before serving.
These savory cornmeal muffins have scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese, and bacon strips baked right in. To ensure tender muffins -- learn to love lumps! Stir the batter together until combined but not completely smooth.
Once the chops are dipped in the honey mixture, place them in the fridge a few minutes for the marinade to thicken and seep into the pork before cooking. Serve the chops with Sweet Beet Chutney for a hearty, sweet and savory meal.
The lemony cheesecake center and fresh raspberries make this a springtime-perfect coffeecake. So the raspberries do not sink into the batter, the cake is partially baked. Berries are then gently pressed into the top.
Stir a spoonful of honey into curry for a spicy-sweet sauce that makes a gorgeous glaze on slender spring carrots. Thick yogurt dotted with chives is a southing counterpoint.
Swirl a squirt of honey into this creamy feta dip and taste how it tames the heat of the cayenne pepper. Serve with homemade or store bought pita chips for an unbeatable appetizer.
You’ll never meet a cinnamon bread quite like this. Its pull-apart, no-knead dough is made the day before and allowed to slow-rise in the fridge overnight to develop flavor.
Slather honey on these bacon skewers to achieve a sultry sweetness that mixes superbly with the savory smoke of whatever bacon you like best.
This dinner has so many perks, it’s done in less than 30-minutes and is easy to make it your own. Not into shrimp? Substitute bite-size pieces of deli-roasted chicken. For peppery bite, replace half the spinach with arugula.
Build a brunch around our honey-roasted chicken. Pair with make-ahead breads, mouthwatering egg bakes, and fresh fruit.
If you’re in need of a crispy side for this creamy, flavorful soup, cut flatbread in wedges. Sprinkle wedges with Parmesan or Asiago cheese, then broil, watching closely, just until bread is toasted and cheese is barely melted. Cool, dunk, and enjoy.
This burger is sure to liven up any backyard grill out with the perfect mix of savory and sweet with a juicy crunch. Ground ham loaf (equal parts ground ham and ground pork) replaces beef in the Hawaiian-style burger.
Fresh and filling is the perfect way to describe this easy dinner salad. Express your salad style by substituting fish for chicken, zucchini or carrots for cucumbers, halved cherry or grape tomatoes for sliced tomatoes, and pitted Kalamata or ripe olives for green olives.
This recipe is so easy -- there’s no blending in butter or rolling. Here the biscuits are studded with blueberries for breakfast, but when made without berries and sugar they’re just as good for dinner.
The flavor of the honey itself -- whether clover, wildflower, or another variety -- shines through in this dessert without overpowering. Stir leftover pineapple-infused honey into yogurt or oatmeal, heating it for a few seconds in the microwave to make drizzling easy.
Start your backyard party with an appetizer straight off the grill. Beer and bacon brings in your favorite flavors to the refreshing veggies on this flatbread recipe.
After a friend told PTR winner Mildred Smith that her favorite sweets were bread pudding, Mildred came up with this decadent brunch idea. Use whichever type of doughnut you like, cake or yeast-raised.
Hello, leftovers! Quesadillas are a tasty way to make use of yesterday's home-cooked chicken, beef, or pork -- roasted in flavorful juices. When using pork or chicken, substitute a thick barbecue sauce for the salsa.
Just a drizzle of honey in vinaigrette is downright divine. Add fresh cherries and red onion slivers for a salad that will start a buzz.
This Prize Tested meat loaf makeover calls for ground turkey to give you a healthier version of the classic dinner. Rice, beans, and corn give it a Southwestern spin.