So many of the articles I read and love are food links. Sometimes I think online has become one of my favorite form of cookbook shopping because I’m always finding new recipes I want to make. Of course, I add to my list faster than I can make the recipes but here are some of the recipes that I still want to make.
Jen at Beauty & Bedlam shared her recipe for Simple Homemade Marshmallows. I’ve seen so many recipes for marshmallows but have never made them. These really do look simple, too!
Edie at Life in Grace shared her recipe for Best Ever Homemade Brownies. It does require Hershey’s chocolate syrup but the pictures make my mouth water. I’m going to make these chocolate brownies with frosting at some point!
I buy farm fresh eggs so seem to always have some in my fridge. However, if I ever run out, I’m remembering Andrea’s Simple Egg Substitutions for Baking. I didn’t know that oil, water and baking powder could substitute for egg! Did you? I’m going to have to try this.
I generally stock up on Cream of Chicken soup at Thanksgiving time when it’s on huge discounts, but I’m still intrigued by this. Pennies and Pancakes shared her recipe for a dry Cream of Chicken soup mix. This would be handy for baking emergencies, and by her calculations, only costs $0.23 a can.
Laura at Peace…but Not Quiet shared an idea to make Snickers Hot Chocolate. Hot chocolate is the perfect way to start any cold winter morning (in my humble opinion) and adding peanut butter plus chocolate chips is a brilliant idea. This should be easy to try!
Jessica at Good Cheap Eats shared her recipe for Cheese and Garlic Croutons. I always loved it when my Mom made homemade croutons. It takes a bit of time but really is a frugal (and healthier) option for your salad. Speaking of salads, maybe you want to try making your own Basic Vinaigrette by following Jessica’s instructions. Oh! And maybe make a batch of Flaky Buttermilk Biscuits for dinner, too.
Tara at Unsophisticook shared her recipe for making Caramel Sauce in your Slow Cooker. I am very intrigued by this because the caramel looks so creamy – and is made with such little effort. What’s not to love about this idea?
Ruth at Living Well, Spending Less shared her recipe for Salted Caramel Pretzel Crust Brownies. I like the idea of salt and sweet combined. Plus you can use the caramel you just made in your slow cooker!
Did I share enough recipes for you to add to your list? Which one of these do you want to make first? I think the hot chocolate is top on my list.