This super easy hummus snack, Tomato Cucumber Hummus Toast, is the perfect snack or quick appetizer that is full of flavor and totally satisfying when hunger hits.
These summery Watermelon Coconut Slushies are so easy to make. Add some fresh watermelon, coconut water, a bit of sugar (if desired), and crushed ice to a blender then blend it right up. It’s such a colorful drink! Wouldn’t it be so pretty to serve for a cookout or picnic? Or maybe a baby shower? Just add a cute paper umbrella and maybe a fun straw too and you’re all ready to party with this Watermelon Coconut Slushie Recipe!
That’s when I like discovering low-carb recipes like this one for Asparagus and Shrimp Salad tossed with a light Lemon Dill Vinaigrette. So simple, yet so full of flavor. Plus it looks kind of fancy too. No one will ever know that it took less than 30 minutes to put together. This Asparagus and Shrimp Salad is also perfect for making ahead for a picnic or luncheon or as the perfect light lunch to take to work. Eat this salad alone as a light dish or if you’re not concerned with carbs, toss with pasta or couscous for a more hearty meal.
All of the ingredients for these Dessert Nachos can be kept stocked up ready for a quick toasting of coconut and melting of chocolate. These are packed with flavor and texture, and can be prepped and ready to serve in under 10 minutes. And when you have a herd of hungry teens heading through the door, time is of the essence.
Strawberry picking is always a fun thing to do in spring when they’re in season. But without our strawberry monster of a niece at our side, most of the time we pick more than we can use! Thankfully, there’s no shortage of creative ways to use strawberries, like this easy Strawberry Salsa recipe. It’s super quick to prepare and made with basic ingredients.
This Ginger Lime Roasted Shrimp recipe is quick, light and easy. So very easy! It’s easy enough for a weeknight meal, yet elegant enough for any special occasion. It makes quite the perfect compliment for salad, pasta or rice, and could easily be served as an appetizer too. The ginger and lime flavors is bright and fresh without overtaking the shrimp. Shrimp should taste like shrimp. I think Bubba would agree.
I can’t tell you how much I have been craving this meal ever since making it last week. These Black Bean Tostadas with Cilantro Sauce discovered over at Tasty Kitchen are probably something I could eat every single day and never tire of. Seriously tasty and satisfying. And so very easy too. The cilantro sauce alone is a keeper and one we’ll be making large batches of to serve as a salad dressing. It’s so full of flavor and super light in calories—the best combo ever for salad dressing in my book!