Cranberry Upside Down Cake with Ricotta Cream

Cranberry Upside Down Cake with Ricotta Cream

Cranberry Upside Down Cake with Ricotta Cream is a variation on a Cranberry Cake I posted a few years ago. We love this cake and recently I tweeked it a little to add more intense flavor to the cranberries with a red currant jelly glaze as well as a nice topping...

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Fruit Salad Medley

More often than not, fruit salads become sort of fruit "fluff" with the addition of sweetened whipped cream. But in summer when so many of our favorite fruits are at their peak of flavor, naked it the way to go (regarding the fruit, that is). So to show off the bright...

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Cauliflower with Roasted Red Pepper

I first was attracted to this recipe because The Food Network calls it "The Best Cauliflower EVER". I might take issue with that because I really like cauliflower all ways and have featured several tasty cauliflower recipes here at Good Dinner Mom. My recipe for...

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Hawaiian Banana Nut Bread

I want you to go bananas, to-day! Okay, I really just want you to go buy yourself four bananas, and do it today. Don't eat them yet...and if you have to do what I do, make a sign warning off anyone (husband!) who might not listen when you tell them HANDS OFF.You'll...

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Hot Corn Dip

This Hot Corn Dip is straight away one of the easiest snacks you'll ever make and I dare say it'll become a favorite. I know this because once I'd experimented enough with the ingredients, I finally served the dip to my family, and my 12-year old said "Don't change...

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Stocking a Healthy Refrigerator

I’m excited to share a new series of posts here at Good Dinner Mom. Whole Foods Market and I have teamed up to help you with your healthy eating journey - starting with a comprehensive list of good-for-you items to always have stocked in the refrigerator. The...

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Baked Thai Chicken Wings

I love chicken wings and I really love variations on the classic Buffalo Wing recipe. So, I've tried a few, some that I've shared already, like Cajun Wings, Slow Cooker Barbecue Wings and Sweet Heat Roasted Wings. But THESE! Baked Thai Chicken Wings are so amazing,...

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Cucumber Sesame Salad

This recipe has a special memory for me because the first time I tried it was also the first time I met my husband's family back when we were dating. Dave's father Chet had a small collection of recipes that he personally took credit for and Cucumber Sesame Salad was...

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Chocolate Cake Doughnuts

WARNING: These Chocolate Cake Doughnuts are addicting. Side effects include but are not limited to; the inability to eat just one; the urge to constantly make (and eat) them; eating them as a pre-dessert; eating them before the meal or eating them for no reason at...

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Warm and Nutty Quinoa Breakfast

I don't think I need to comment on this picture. What else could I say so you'll want to make this warm and nutty quinoa breakfast RIGHT NOW? I'll just say these few words more. Red quinoa. Coconut milk. Cinnamon toasted nuts. Berries. Delicious... Your new breakfast...

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Basil Green Goddess Salad Dressing

Lovely and creamy Green Goddess Salad Dressing was a big star of the early 70's. And then ranch dressing and disco dancing came along and hustled her right out of the disco-ball spotlight. My grandma made the best salads back then with green goddess dressing. But she...

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Asparagus Hummus Dip with Garlic and Lemon

This Asparagus Hummus Dip with Garlic and Lemon is delicious, quick to make and full of good-for-you fresh ingredients. Asparagus, garlic, chickpeas, sesame seeds and cayenne. Infused together with healthy extra-virgin olive oil. This beautiful medley...   ...comes...

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Mediterranean Tomato Soup

Mediterranean Tomato Soup recipe became an instant favorite at our house. Simple ingredients and you can dress it up or down with healthy, flavorful add-ins. Delicious enough to eat on its own and ready in 30 minutes! This soup is completely vegan, but you could add...

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Oregano Oil

Oregano oil (known as chimichurri) is unusual and fresh and an easy substitute for pesto. Perfect for the summer herb season coming soon. Change up the herbs and use basil in place of the oregano if you like. Use in soups and as a great dipping sauce for bread....

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Aunt Pat’s Famous Cream Puff Recipe

The goal with my blog is to offer healthy recipes and options, MOST of the time. But this jewel of a recipe just has to be shared and I've been waiting months to present my Aunt Pat's famous cream puff recipe to you. You'll swear they are the best cream puffs you've...

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Wine or Broth Glazed Mushrooms and Dry Saute Tutorial

Mushrooms. Add sautéed mushrooms and any meal becomes elegant. This wine glazed mushroom recipe is versatile and simple but will push your Easter menu over the top! Just think of mushrooms with lamb or mushroom risotto for a vegetarian delight. You can substitute the...

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Lemon Tart with Rosemary Crust

I love this lemon tart with rosemary crust because it is light and creamy. Tangy, but not too sweet. The recipe uses nutty spelt flour and fresh rosemary leaves in the crust. Greek yogurt and fresh lemon juice for the filling. If you're looking for the perfect lemon...

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Stuffed Onions

Stuffed onions is an impressive side dish and a perfect compliment to any main dish. Brunch or dinner. Even a substantial option for your vegetarian guests. This dish can be made several hours ahead or even the night before and then pop them in the oven to cook after...

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Zucchini Chips

Before you know it, it will be time to plant your summer garden. And I will be doing the same but with a little trepidation (or a lot). You see, I'm not a very good gardener. I really can't even be called a gardener. We've tried our hand at vegetable gardening for...

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Asparagus Wrapped in Phyllo Dough

A sure sign of spring is when you see an abundance of asparagus in your local grocer's produce section. I will be sharing more delicious asparagus recipes over the next few weeks, and first in the line-up is this recipe for asparagus wrapped in phyllo dough. Some...

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Healthy Sweet and Sour Chicken

This is a recipe I've posted before, but I recently updated some ingredients to make it even more flavorful and easy to make in one pan. Plus, I've added a simple Asian Cabbage Side Salad. My idea of good, healthy sweet and sour chicken is crisp fresh vegetables,...

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