Slow Cooker Cinnamon Raisin Bread Pudding #SundaySupper

There are many recipes for bread pudding out there that (as with every dish ever made) range from really simple and to really elaborate. However, bread pudding is one of those classic dishes that is just seriously good stuff even in it's most simple form.  It's certainly a popular and versatile dish and in my little opinion, a good custard-y bread pudding is the quintessential comfort food dessert.

Spiced Brown Sugar Apple Dip

Apples have been absolutely abundant in our house lately. The truth of the matter is that we accidentally doubled up on them when we made two separate grocery shopping trips last week. Yep, I grabbed a bag full of beautiful, organic Gala apples while I was at the store last Monday morning. (OMG they were so pretty!) Later the same day, Evan picked up a bag full of gorgeous, perfectly green Granny Smith apples as he made a quick stop by the market on his way home from work!

Crispy Oven-Fried Cauliflower

Cauliflower is a vegetable that didn't seem to get a lot of love before the low-carb style lifestyles hit the scene. Now it's regularly served as the star of lots of delicious low-carb favorites, especially as a look-alike substitute for rice and potatoes. I've tried quite a few varieties of these popular low-carb cauliflower dishes and I've liked many of them a lot.

Crispy Honey Mustard Chicken Tenders

New twists on old favorites don't always go over big here with my finicky crew.  Try as I might, I'm never really sure what will go over well when I put a spin on a family classic. So, it's truly a "hit or miss" kind of process when I'm feeling creative in the kitchen.

Spiced Apple Quick Bread

Well, the first day of fall is almost here!! In fact, it's on the calendar for September 22, 2017.  I know that's still a month away, but based on the way this year is just flying by, that date will be here in no time at all!

Corn & Black Bean Salad with Smoky Honey-Lime Dressing

Fresh corn on the cob has always been one of my favorite things and it’s one ingredient I don’t make time for nearly enough. I use canned or frozen corn as quick substitutions in lots of our family favorite recipes. Truthfully, no one seems to mind the shortcut, and the dishes typically turn out just fine and tasty. But, there's just something so satisfying about using fresh produce instead the easy alternatives every time I get the chance.  

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