How do you say yum? With new recipes, of course! Check out these new recipe tips and ways to add a bit of bold flavor. Whether you're prepping ideas as you get ready for the holidays, or just looking for new ways to please your hungry crowd, we hope they become a new favorite in your home...
No Bake Mini Pumpkin Cheesecakes
For a fast and easy, no-bake mini-cheesecake recipe that you can "tweak" with International Coffee House flavors, check out the Queen Bee recipe here...
No Bake Pumpkin Shortbread Bars
For a fast new favorite, try Recipe Girl's version that's effortless and total yum! The secret's in the cookie crumbs, sour cream, pudding mix, and cream cheese. Don't forget the tasty whipped topping!
Easy Tuna Casserole
Have a hungry crowd? Tuna casserole is so fast and easy. Boil your pasta and in a separate pot, boil your frozen veggies, then mix and add tuna. You can add a can of mushroom soup mix or other soup to season it. Sprinkle with cheese and microwave a few seconds to melt the cheese or bake if you have more time. For a few versions on this recipe, click here...
Perfect Pad Thai
The secret to making good pad thai is to find the right version for you. If you have a lot of people to serve and no time to make pad thai, you can buy the Amy's frozen version and add extra noodles, peanuts, and a squeeze of lime, with the Sriracha on the side. If it's just for you, buy Amy's frozen version or the instant version by Dr. McDougall's.
If you have time, try your hand at this simple recipe for a mouth-watering meal. You can always buy the shrimp deveined or substitute with chicken, beef, or drained, extra firm tofu. Crumble the peanuts in the food processor and leave plenty on the side. Tip: Make extra noodles and keep the "heat" to a minimum. Not everyone likes spicy! Try Simple Kitchen's recipe (shown) here...
Super fast and easy, you can make these with puff pastry or buy the frozen Goya dough. We usually fry ours and add a bit of cayenne in the mix to give it a little kick. Use ground beef, chicken, shrimp, or for a veggie version, make the ingredients with rice and cheese. Just be sure your meat, if you use it, is thoroughly cooked. You can also use spaghetti sauce as a dipping sauce. Now that's what we call, "Yum-tabulous!"
Cone Shaped Tacos
Now, while it's not really new, it's new for anyone who hasn't tried this fun spin on making tacos. Check out this quick 1-minute clip from the Food Network that explains how easy it is to make your shells.