Another zucchini recipe for you! This one blends that plentiful zucchini in your garden with a treat that the kids will love as they head back to school!
This recipe, from Good Morning Erie viewer Camille Hess of Erie, is not only simple to make, but a delicious way to serve up some zucchini. You can use a blend of zucchini and yellow squash for a colorful dish.
When you are looking for ways to serve up the zucchini in your garden, this can serve as a side dish or an entrée! The recipe below is a great vegetarian entrée or you can add ground turkey or beef if you’d prefer.
Is your garden full of zucchini? Try this delicious and light zucchini bread with a sweet glaze to use up some of the never-ending supply of veggies!
Your family will be eating up your bountiful harvest of zucchini in no time when you make this pizza crust. Make mini crusts and let everyone build their very own pizzas!
Bring a little of that summer campfire experience to your kitchen table ANY time of the year!
July is national ice cream month! What better way to celebrate with an easy Baked Alaska dessert? It sounds so complicated but this recipe makes it easy!
Make these delicious one dish meals ahead of time and take on your camping trip or serve at home heated over your grill or fire pit. The kids can help make them and add their favorite ingredients.
Need a quick dinner recipe? Throw some extra chicken on the grill next grill night and use the leftovers for this delicious and quick wrap.
Sandra whips up some easy (and healthy) July 4th treats
Sandra shows us a tasty, healthy, and best of all... easy dessert for a hot summer day!
Sandra whips us some easy, but very tasty, strawberry dishes.... that are not dessert!
This delicious tart is perfect for summertime fruits. You can add your favorites or use fresh rhubarb from the garden like mine!
This salad is pretty enough for the table centerpiece but so tasty it will disappear in minutes! There are many variations you can make to suit your taste.
These smaller burgers are leaner and have fewer calories than the typical quarter-pounders and they are the perfect size when you want to try a little of everything at the next picnic buffet!
We’ve made 5 small changes to the traditional Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe to make it a healthier version. These cookies are higher in fiber, lower in fat, especially saturated fat, and include some healthier nuts. Just in time for National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day!
This no bake pie is so simple to make and takes only minutes to make. What an easy treat for Mom or to make for a special occasion any time of the year!
Tired of the same old chicken dish? Here is an easy topping to turn plain chicken into a yummy and heart healthy entree!
Enjoy the taste of summer all year long with this delicious and power packed salad filled with antioxidants and nutrients that your body will love!
Two perfect Easter Sunday dishes
What a cute way to serve cookies or brownies for this springtime holiday. The kids will love to help fill up the ‘baskets’.
Make smaller cakes for appetizers or larger ones for dinner, either way, they are a special treat for a party or to make any dinner terrific! Makes 6 dinner sized crab cakes, or 12 small appetizers.
Need a new way to serve seafood this Lenten season? Try this delicious one dish meal that will have your family asking for more!
Maple syrup has many uses and brings out the delicious flavor in these cookies!
A Mardi Gras Favorite! This delicious dish can be served up anytime of the year. Season it to be as spicy as you like, serve as a stew or thinner as a soup.
Energy bars seem to be the snack of choice lately, and the options in the grocery stores seem endless. Why not get the family involved and make your own? It is easier than you think!
In honor of the Winter Olympics, here’s a traditional entrée with a taste of Russia.
This is a terrific low fat heart healthy dinner your whole family will love.
For the Big Game or any day, you can make this dip a healthier one with just a few small substitutions.
A tasty dessert that you can make in no time!
Perfect dish for Meatless Mondays or any day of the week. Comfort foods don’t always have to be high in fat and calories.
No need to stand over the stove making French Toast! This is an easy, make-ahead breakfast dish for Christmas morning, or ANY morning... it bakes up in the oven, leaving you more time with your family!
A traditional Italian dessert can be easy to make in your own kitchen with this simple recipe, modified a little from the traditional one!
Leftovers can be enjoyed all at once when combined to make this delicious Shepherd’s pie.
Instead of using cranberries as part of your Thanksgiving dinner, why not use them as part of an appetizer. I bet more of your guests would try the traditional cranberries when served this way!
The combination of foods in this relish makes for a sweet-tart condiment that is a little fancier than plain cranberry sauce. Spread over turkey, bread or simply eat alone as a great side dish.
A delicious and fancy bread that can be used as an appetizer or serve with a tossed salad for a great tasting lunch!
As we prepare for the upcoming holiday season, viewer Irene Watson shares this very simple dessert that is the perfect treat for guests. Only you will know how simple it was to make!
Serve up this tasty appetizer this holiday season, you won’t believe how simple it is to make!
Today, Sandra is whipping up a tasty Halloween treat
Can we say “WOW”? This entrée is fancy in appearance, but so simple to make! Surprise your family or guests and they will be begging for more!
Yummy pumpkin filling makes this cheesecake different from most, and the white chocolate glaze gives it the perfectly sweet touch!
Turkey, pumpkin and traditional chili ingredients go together well in this spicy concoction… perfect for a chilly Autumn day!
This creamy soup blends some Indian flavors with the savory squash. A perfect complement to any meal! Perfect for cool Autumn days.
This creamy dish is a perfect complement to your main dish or can even be used as an entrée since it is so hearty.
Who says zucchini can’t be a dessert? This tasty treat blends fruits such as pineapple and cranberry into a cake or bread that is sure to please even the pickiest of eaters in your family!
Fried zucchini sticks are one of the favorite ways to eat this vegetable. How about a lower fat version that is just as delicious?
This delicious bread was sent from JET 24 viewer Irene Watson. A family favorite at her house that is sure to be a big hit at yours!
If your garden (or your neighbor’s) is overflowing with zucchini, this casserole is a quick bake and sure to please even the fussiest of eaters!
Make dinnertime a fun treat and watch the kids gobble up their protein!