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It’s been about 10,000 years since I last posted a take out recipe. This cashew chicken recipe actually used to be a favorite of ours, but I totally forgot about for the longest time. The first time I made it, we had it two days in a row. That’s pretty serious stuff, people. I love making my own take out at home so I can control how much salt and fat goes into the recipe. I also like to add in lots of extra veggies when I make my favorite take out dishes at home.
I made some fried rice on the side, but really, I didn’t really want/need the rice at all. The chicken and veggies on their own are all you need which makes this a great dish to make for all you low-carbers. And for all your vegetarians, omit the chicken and use tofu or just load up on more veggies! And while it may seem like a lot of ingredients, it actually comes together in about 30 minutes which is perfect for a weeknight meal. The sauce is perfect, just a touch of sweetness from the honey with a little kick from the Sriracha. This one is definitely a keeper!
I first met Nicole from just finding each other through other blogs a couple of years ago and then when I moved to Phoenix, we finally got to meet in person. Nicole is incredibly sweet and while it was fun to be a part of her actual baby shower, I’m even more excited to be a part of her virtual shower!
Nicole loves three things: Brownies, pizza, and booze. A girl after my own heart, obviously. When Ari asked me what I wanted to make for the shower, I chose booze. I mean, duh.
So I made this Spicy Chex Mix a really long time ago, like back in the fall before baby arrived. And then I totally forgot that I made it and found the photos sitting on my computer recently while doing some cleaning and freaked out that I forgot about it because this Chex Mix is the bombdiggity (yes, I just said bombdiggity. I’m so 90’s)! Chex Mix is such a classic party dish, isn’t it? It’s one of those things where once you start eating it, you can’t stop digging into the bowl.
This is the perfect party mix to make if you are having friends over for game watching, game playing, or even for road trip snacks. The spiciness comes in thanks to the sriracha sauce. Sriracha is also bombdiggity and I want to put it on all of the things. It makes this Chex Mix extra special and addictive!
I used corn and wheat Chex, pretzels, peanuts, and Cheez-Its, but like any party mix, you can always change up the ingredients if you want to add in more fun stuff like popcorn, other cereals or nuts, etc!
It’s February. The month of love and Valentines. Is it really terrible that I have bought nothing for my husband and 10,000 things for my daughter?
Red velvet for Valentine’s Day is kind of cliche, but I don’t really care, who doesn’t love red velvet?! Today I have a treat that you can make for your family, friends, co-workers, whoever! Baked Red Velvet Donuts! Sounds good, right? I want to eat like an entire dozen of these. The cake is rich and moist (ughhh, I know, I hate that word too, but it’s the best word to describe these!) and then each donut gets dipped in a cream cheese glaze because you can’t do red velvet without cream cheese frosting. It would just be totally wrong.
Since returning to work, I have been seriously trying to up my lunch game. It’s not always easy as the mornings can be pretty tight for me. I always want to be sure that I get to give Maddie her morning bottle, but then have to go downstairs and pump before heading to work so I need lunches that I can prepare quickly.
My name is Stephanie. I started this blog because I like to cook and I wanted a place where I could share my recipes with family and friends and improve my cooking skills. Why the name Eat. Drink. Love.? Well, I think this is what life is all about!