Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Interesting idea - filling shells

Next time that you get clams or mussels try something like this. My sister made Quinoa and added loads of veggies and other yummy ingredients to her quinoa. Instead of just serving it on a plate. She put it inside of these washed to shells. Looks much more presentable than just plumping it onto a plate.

From my kitchen to yours
 God Bless

p.s. my sister is also a great cook, but she has a really nice blog about dating Gods way. Check it out, especially for those in a relationship and you want to know how to go about it in the right way.

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Minature Apple Pie inside of an apple

Yummy, I haven't tried this yet but this looks really yummy; made in a few Simple steps.

7 Granny Smith Apples (all washed)
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 tsp cinammon
1/2 tsp butter

1/2 cup milk
5oz shortening
12oz flour
2tsp sugar

Eggwash: 2 eggs, 1/4 cup water (mix well)

Preheat your oven to 400F or approximately 200C. Get 3 of your Granny Smith apples and cut them out into tiny wedges removing the skin. Put it into a big bowl and add in your butter, sugar and cinnamon and mix until all incorporated. Put into a pyrex cover with aluminum and baked in the over for about 40 minutes or until the apple wedges are slightly soft to the touch and the caramel sauce has formed.

Pie dough
mix dough ingredients together until a nice dough forms. Roll it out and cut them into nice sized strips.

While your apple pie filling  is in the oven, get your remainder 4 apples, cut off a piece of the top and pit them, by using a small knife cut out the center of the apple leaving it hollow enough inside to be filled with your apples. Take your fillings and pour them inside of each of the four apples and take your prepared pie dough and neatly place them like a weaved basket on the top of your filled apples. Brush the top with your egg wash and sprinkle with sugar. Reduce oven temperature and Bake in the oven for about 30 minutes or until pie dough is lightly browned, slightly flaky and cooked all the way through Bake on 325F or approximately 162C.

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Enjoy : - )
From my kitchen to yours
God Bless

Friday, December 12, 2014

Candy Fortress

My cousin Jenny who is a really big fan of my blog. Decided to make a cake for her little brothers birthday on October 31st instead of buying one. Look at what she made...Genius... Look at how amazing it came out. She made a simple cake and frosted it. Then with various types of colorful chocolates and candies she made a candy coated fortress with her decor, then to top it all off, she tied it with a ribbon. Simple, yet gorgeous. Do this next time you need a cake for a birthday party. I loved it. Way to go Jenny...

From my kitchen to yours
God bless

Took so long to blog... sorry...

The Tabernacle Feast
Grand Opening of one of our newest churches in Compton, CA

Sorry for taking so long to do a post. Between October 27th and December 12th I had a gazillion things going on. From the Grand opening of one of our biggest English churches in the US to the tabernacle feast celebration, to visiting the 'Temple Of Solomon' in Sao Paulo Brazil to moving and relocating to Mount Vernon, NY from Los Angleles,CA.... Needless to say this was a action pact 2 months. But I am back on track and ready to wow you with my new recipes, tips and cooking advice.
With Bp. David and Mrs. Evelyn at The Temple Of Solomon, Sao Paulo Brazil

Monday, October 27, 2014

Homemade Garlic Butter

 Garlic butter is amazing to use on toast to eat along with your favorite pasta dishes such as spaghetti, or alfredo, lasagna  or even on toast just by itself for that added flavor. Made in a few easy steps; no need to buy garlic bread at the store make your own at home.

1/4 cup finely chopped parsley
1 tsp oregano
pinch salt, pepper, garlic powder

Get a few pieces of garlic pieces and crush it well. Sautee it in a small pot with a dot of butter, for about 30 seconds. Just until lightly browned. Set aside and let it cool.

In a jar get a few big spoons of butter and very lightly season it with salt, pepper and garlic powder, add a few pieces of chopped fresh parsley and oregano. Now add in your already cooled sautéed garlic and mix well with a wooden spoon until all well incorporated.

Refrigerate and use as needed, your done

From my kitchen to yours
God Bless

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Blog Winners and their prizes

Hello, Remember from our month long blog contest, for the month of September. We unbelievably had a tie between Trianna and Lebbza. So throughout this week the both of them had to cook as many foods from my blog as possible and between the two; whoever did the most would be the winner. The winner of the 'cooking the most foods from my blog' is..... Ready.....

       Winner of doing the most of my blog recipes

Here is your prize...  A custom made baby pink apron for you to use in the kitchen as you enjoy yourself cooking. I don't even have one yet. I am going to buy myself one after. You will receive it soon.

Congratulations Triana, you did a great job and won by an extra 2 more recipe than Lebbza. Lebbza you also did an amazing job. Congratulations to you also.
Both blog winners from last months contest, are  Triana and Maria. Great job ladies. I bought two beautiful gifts for the two of you since early last week. They are being custom made  and embroidered just for you, so it will take another week to arrive and I will be mailing it out to you. 
Just make sure you don't forget to take a picture with it so that we can all see how nice it looks on you.

winner of making the most comments on my blog

Maria, you win a custom made women's t-shirt that you can use with jeans or anything else. Really cute.

Thank you once again for all of the contest participants. Maybe we will do another contest soon. Keep posted to find out when.  But there is no need to wait only for the next contest. Start getting involved already. Comment, cook, read and research through my blog and learn how to be a more developed and skilled person in the kitchen.

From my kitchen to yours
God Bless

Monday, October 6, 2014

Sweet Potato Pie

made with orange sweet potatoes
made with white sweet potatoes

Sweet Potatoes can be used in a multitude of ways. They recently came out with the sweet potato fries, which I find amazing. I like making sweet potato mashed potatoes, but there is also Namibian sweet potato frittersstuffed sweet potatoes, yams and so much more that you can do with this delicious vegetable; both sweet and savory.

Here I am teaching you how to make an American traditional dessert. Sweet Potato Pie... Yummy.  At thanksgiving this is the #1 dessert on every Americans table : - )  I enjoy it so much that I don't wait all year. I make it often since its super simple to make and not such a guilty dessert. Tastes great with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream on top or a squeeze of whipped cream.

2 pie crusts
5 sweet potatoes
1 cup sugar
1 1/4 cup milk
1/2 cup butter
1 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon
1/2 tbsp ground nutmeg

How to make it:
Place your pie crust in the oven on 325F/162C for about 12 minutes or until golden. Remove from oven and set aside while you prepare your filling.

Get a big pot of water boiling, peel your potatoes and put them into the boiling water. Boil sweet potatoes for a long time until they become extremely soft, where a fork pierces it very easily. Drain out your water and mash your sweet potatoes very well. (Some people may like it chunky as a pie. But it tastes much better when it is smooth. So try to mash your potatoes very well to become extremely smooth) Once well mashed, add in your butter, milk, sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg. Mix well with a hand mixer and beat until all well incorporated.

Take this filling and scoop it into the center of your pie crust. Smooth it out with a knife to make the top nice and flat. Bake it in the oven on 325F/162C  for about 25 - 30 minutes. (A great tip for the edges of the pie crust to not get burnt since you pre baked them. Get pieces of aluminum foil and wrap them all around the crust of the pie, before placing it in the oven. This allows the edges not to overcook and get burnt before the rest of the pie cooks.)

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From my kitchen to yours
God bless

Friday, October 3, 2014

Blog Contest Winners Announced

Hello dear blog viewers,

As you all may already know. Throughout the entire Month of September we had a blog contest right here on my blog read more about it here.  This contest to me was one of the nicest ones done so far. Wow there was an amazing amount of participation on everyones part. It is amazing how much my mailbox was filled with delicious recipes and testimonials of how this cooking contest and the blog itself has helped you all in many ways. It was inspirational to read and see all of your lovely, delicious pictures. Also from all the comments left on posts of recipes you liked, thought were weird :-) or wanted to try. This months contest was simply amazing.

You all did a great job, whether you win or not. Just the fact that you participated or are a viewer or even follower of this blog, will help you to learn to be better all together in the kitchen. And that is a priceless tool. In the near future we will be doing more contests so keep you eyes posted and keep updated to find out when the next contest will take place. But for now.... Let me reveal the winners of this current contest : - )

Ready..... Drum roll...... kkkkkk......  The winner of the post comments contest is.............
Maria from Compton, California (United States)

Congratulations Maria, you did an amazing job with comments... You went comment crazy :-) and thats what made you win. You commented on many posts learning and reading each one. I am sure this will help you to develop great cooking skills and have the cooking theory down pact.

As far as the Comments:

Maria won with 78 comments
Alicia 11 comments
Maria Borba 1 comment
Tina 9 comments
Wame 2 comments
Rianna 7 comments
Lebbza 32 comments
Trianna 33 comments
Kendy 1 comment
Yolanda 1 comment

Now for the even bigger prize of cooking as many recipes from my blog contest. we unbelievably have a draw/tie... The draw/tie is between.... Ready for this??????

Both of you ladies did an amazing job sending me all of your beautiful pictures and writing how great this blog has been for you in being a better cook and woman of God all together.By practicing and taking part in this cooking contest the both of them have learned so much. Its amazing for me to be a part of that. I absolutely loved reading your every email and seeing all of your beautiful delicious pictures. But there can only be one winner.
                                                             Who is it?

Triana from The United States and Lebbza from South Africa
Both of you have a tie with 9 recipes each.

So I thought of an idea for a tie breaker.Here it is: Between Lebbza and Triana only. This is the tie breaker ladies. Both of you have one more week until Saturday October 11th, to cook as many of my recipes as possible and email it to me just as you have been doing. whichever of you cooks the most of 'my blog recipes' between right now and midnight of Saturday the 11th, will win. The 9 recipes you have done so far will not count and you cannot redo any of those recipes you already made. It has to be something different. However it can be absolutely anything at all from my blog. I have nearly 300 posts in total so be creative. You have my email. So go ahead and get started, who wants it more?  Ready.... Set.... Go....

As far as the cooking my recipes contest: This is the line up:

Trianna and Lebbza with a draw/tie at 9 recipes each
Tina and son 5 recipes
Rianna 4 recipes
Yolanda 1 recipe

Great job, to everyone involved in all of the contests throughout the month of September, you all did splendid, absolutely marvelous jobs with this. I am sure that as you had fun in participating you also learned a great deal. Which is obviously always the main goal. To help you to grow and develop as a person.

I am already ordering the specially made gifts for the 2 winners and will be sending it to you shortly. As soon as you receive it make sure to take a nice picture with your prize and email it to me so that we can all see here on my blog what you won.  Once again congratulations to our winners Maria, and Lebzza or Trianna...

From my kitchen to yours
God Bless

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Watermelon Shaped Jello (Literally)

Look what a friend sent me. Check out how amazing this is. Super simple to make and it looks like the real thing. How come none has thought about this amazingness until now...kkkkkk.... Absolutely fell in love with this idea. How cool would that be to serve at your next get together. Just use strawberry, cherry or even better watermelon jello.

What I would do is I would probably refrigerate it for about 2 hours or until it is half way done and then get some small blueberries and stick it strategically all around the melon jello to be like the seeds inside of the watermelon. That would look super cute.

From my kitchen to yours
God Bless

Monday, September 15, 2014

Wheat cake

I made a marble cake the other day and I didn't want to feel guilty eating all that flour. In my house between my husband and I, we are total cake lovers. Anytime I make a cake, we eat it all up in less than 24 hours. An entire cake, between the two of us  : - ) Thats sad.

So for that reason I decided to try to make a cake thats a little bit healthier. Here I made a marble cake but instead of using white flour, I used whole wheat flour and it made a big difference. Try it for yourself. Just follow my basic cake recipe and replace the white flour with wheat flour. For more of a guilt free treat.

From my kitchen to yours
God Bless

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Cooking contest update

Check out the breakdown of those in the lead so far:

Just sharing a few of the many, many pictures I
am receiving from those of you in the cooking contest. You are all doing so well. The emails keep rolling in from those of you eager to learn, practice and take pictures of the recipes you are making and emailing it to me.

Then there are those of you reading and making sure to comment on my blog posts. You are all doing very well. Its getting really hard already to see who the winner will be. Keep it up. By the end of this month the two winners will be named, and get your prize mailed to you. Those who don't win will have ended the month with a lot of new cooking knowledge. All of you will be winners at the end of the day. Keep it going.

Many of you really want to know, so here is how the breakdown of how my blog contest is going so far: for more info on how to do this contest read this: My cooking blog contest

Cooking contest
Triana  with 7 recipes
Tina and son Jamal with 4 recipes
Rianna with 2 recipes

You just need a few more recipes so keep cooking Ladies and Gentlemen  : - ) you still have 18 days left. If you still haven't started yet , what are you waiting for?

Blog comments
Maria with 61 comments
Triana with 31 comments
Alicia with 11 comments
Tina with 3 comments
Elsie with 3 comments
Rianna with 3 comments
Wame with comments 1 comment
Lebbza with 1 comment
Kendy with 1 comment

Keep commenting you are almost there. Great job so far. 18 days to go... Anyone can take the lead

From my kitchen to yours
God bless

Friday, September 12, 2014

A lot of great blogs at your fingertips

    If you can climb higher, why stand still? If you can learn something new, why choose not to?

Growing up I never had the opportunities of today. To be able to get anything needed just a click away on the internet... Unheard of. To be able to get inspiration for all areas coming from everywhere.. Un imaginable.

In todays day and age we have no reason to lack or not know how to do something. The only way that can happen is if we really don't want to learn. There are loads of blogs from bp's, pr's, pr's and bp's wives available to help you in growing Spiritually. For getting closer to God, knowing how to develop your faith as a christian etc.

But even down to the more physical things. Look at all these great blogs at your disposal:

My Cooking Blog :
My sisters love life and dating the right way blog:
My moms Hair, Fashion and Beauty Blog:
My husbands NEW health and fitness blog:

There are so many great blogs out there for al of your needs. So put in your email, subscribe and take advantage of this great opportunity you have to learn, and take care of God's temple both on the inside and also on the outside.

From my kitchen to yours
God Bless


Ever had a fresh fruit oatmeal? Its so much better than the store bought one that comes in a box with all types of preservatives. Much healthier and far more tasty. Did you know that oatmeal helps reduce cholesterol, reduces high blood pressure  and is full of antioxidants? Those are a few of the many great qualities of oatmeal.

I put oatmeal in my protein shakes, in making my desserts oatmeal raisin cookies etc. Love all types of fruits in my oatmeal.

Make the oatmeal as directed on the oatmeal jar. By simply putting in about 1 cup milk and 1/3 cup old fashioned oatmeal in a pot and cooking in on low medium heat for about 6 minutes or until it thickens and oatmeal is soft. Then I add in my sugar and whatever flavors I want.

I've done it before with cinnamon sticks inside the oatmeal and allowing it to cook together with the oatmeal to let off a small cinnamon flavor, done it with sprinkling ground cinnamon on top once the oatmeal is done for a slightly stronger cinnamon taste. I've also done my oatmeal with all sorts of fresh sliced fruits and throwing it inside whilst its cooking. Fruits like fresh cut strawberries, blueberry oatmeal ( Imagine how much antioxidants this bad boy has.... two of foods most high in antioxidants combined) also done it as pictured above where I cooked the oatmeal normally and then shredded an entire apple and threw it inside once cooked...

Super delicious the apples give it a natural sweetness and has a little crunch to it. Another way you can enjoy your oatmeal is by adding a tsp of chopped pecans or walnuts to the oatmeal after being cooked.

As you can see there are many ways to enjoy your oatmeal. If something is healthy for you. Why not find a way to love it. After all its these kinds of things that prolong your healthy living.

Heres a picture of my beautiful mother... Sorry mom but gotta share your age with the world. She is 52 years old and look how phenomenal she looks. Amazing... Everywhere I go people ask her if she's my sister. One of the many reasons she looks this good at her age is because of her healthy eating. If you want to live long and remain beautiful as you grow older. Healthy eating is definitely the way.


Breakfast is hands down. The most important meal of the day. Eat a good breakfast full of nutrition and you can't go wrong. Your entire day will be filled with energy and smarter decisions as this healthy, delicious strong breakfast will also provide fuel to your brain; just as it does to your body to get you up and going better.

From my kitchen to yours
God bless

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Hate Vegetables?

Are you one of those people who really hate vegetables? I mean, you know its meant to be good for you; but you absolutely can't stand them? I know a few people like that... Heres a bright idea. Just boil them, then blend them up really smooth and use it to make a thick sauce. Here I made a simple mashed potatoes with grilled Salmon and a Brussels sprouts sauce.

My husband and I absolutely can't stand Brussel Sprouts. I like vegetables but there are a few choice vegetables that just aren't for me; Brussel Sprouts, Egg Plant, Tomatoes & Green Beans to name a few. But I still get them from time to time because I know that each vegetable has its own benefits to your body.

So instead of suffering through them, I came up with this idea and you can hardly taste it. For my Brussel Sprout sauce, I boiled them until very soft and then I put it all in the blender with a pinch of salt and pepper and just blended it well for a few minutes until smooth. If it gets a bit too thick just add a few spoons of either water or milk.

That simple, your done. This can be done with nearly any vegetable. A bag full of Brussel Sprouts was reduced to simply a few spoons of this puree. Much quicker to eat, and combine with any meal.

From my kitchen to yours
God Bless

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

The American Burger

As an American, I know that I know that I don't speak for myself when I say that we love our burgers... I love eating Burgers. Even though I don't eat them all the time; whenever I can, I love enjoying a delicious burger.So I made my own: Super yummy, soft burger buns with my very own homemade sauce and melting cheese atop a grilled to perfection turkey burger with crisp lettuce. Served with a side of sweet potato fries. Mmmmm.... I want more. This is a fun Saturday junk food. For those days when you don't feel like going out or feel like eating something junkie but don't have money for it. Or even for those days when you want junk food but hate the guilt that comes along with eating it : - ) This is a less junkie, junk food if such a category were to exist.

Hamburger buns
ground beef burger patties or (healthier option - turkey burger patties)
slice cheese
For Sauce: 3 tbsp mayonnaise, 3 tbsp ketchup, pickles

Take your burger buns and bake them in the oven as directed on the package or on 375F (185C) for about 45 minutes to an hour or until your burger is cooked all the way through with no pink and Is well browned on the outside. Take out your burgers and immediately place a slice of cheese on top of the burger.

Get your Burger buns and butter both sides of it. In a frying pan on low medium heat fry the burger bun (Butter side down) for about 2 minutes, just to give that extra crisp taste. Wash your lettuce and pat it dry with a paper towel. ( Do Not put your dripping wet lettuce directly on your sandwich, it will taste horrible and cause your bread to get soggy.)

Lastly get a small bowl and put in your mayonnaise and ketchup. Dice up your pickles really small and add them into your mixture. Mix it all together well until nice and pinkish. Use this as your burger sauce. Assemble the burger whatever way you like best, using all of these ingredients.

Goes great with chips, fries or even as I have here sweet potato fries
From my kitchen to yours
God Bless

Friday, September 5, 2014

Pudding Cake

A moist cake layered up with vanilla and chocolate pudding topped with whipped cream and toffee chocolate pieces. Such a deliciously addicting dessert. Once you start you don't want to stop because its so delicious. No one would ever know that it hardly takes much work to put together. Try it for yourself.

Cake (box cake or this homemade cake recipe)
Chocolate pudding
Vanilla pudding
Whipped cream (store bought or homemade whipped cream recipe)
heath chocolate or toffee chocolate

Make your cake as directed on the box or on the recipe provided above on how to make a homemade cake from scratch, set aside. Now make your vanilla pudding set aside and now your chocolate pudding and set aside. Also make the whipped cream and set aside. The chocolate and vanilla pudding that I normally use for this recipe is the store bought box of jello pudding, the one that you just add milk and mix. Here is an example.

Then take a big bowl where you will be assembling your dessert. Crumble your cake by hand and layer it first in the bowl, then put in your entire layer of chocolate pudding, then put in another layer of crumbled cake, then the layer of vanilla pudding and another layer of crumbled cake, then lastly your layer of whipped cream on top. Now break up your heath chocolate bar and sprinkle it on top of your whipped cream.

From my kitchen to yours
God Bless

Monday, September 1, 2014

Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo

My husbands favorite food. Though he doesn't eat it much do to it being not that healthy. But its really delicious. Made this in a huge rush the other day. An Italian pasta dish made chicken and broccoli in a white cheese cream sauce.

Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo
2Chicken Breast (pan fried and diced)
2 cups Broccoli (chopped)
1 box Fettuccine pasta
2 cups Heavy cream
1/2 cup Cheddar cheese paste or Cheddar cheese
5 cloves fresh crushed garlic
seasonings (olive oil, salt, pepper)

Clean and season your chicken, then fry it in a frying pan until cooked on both sides and lightly browned. Dice your cooked chicken into bite size chunks. Whilst on the mean time set a pot of water to boil. Once it boils throw in your fettuccine pasta and cook as directed on the box for 'al dente pasta' it is usually abou 10 minutes. But follow you pasta box directions.Once pasta is cooked. Drain the water and rinse the pasta in cold water, to cool. Set aside.

In a separate pot throw in your olive oil and garlic let in cook on medium heat for about 30 seconds, throw in your chicken mix throw in broccoli, season lightly with salt and pepper and let cook for about 4 minutes mixing to not burn. Add in your heavy cream and in cheddar cheese paste and turn fire to low heat and allow to cook for about 15 minutes until sauce slightly thickens. Mix every 4 minutes to not burn. (If your sauce gets too thick just add in a little milk) It needs to be a creamy sauce.

Turn fire off and get your pasta that was set aside and toss well into sauce to evenly get the sauce onto all the pasta. Serve hot. Tastes really good with garlic bread.

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From my kitchen to yours
God Bless

Saturday, August 30, 2014

'Wing Stop' Chicken wings

Don't know about you but I absolutely love this chicken wing fast food place here in America called 'Wing Stop' it is extremely delicious and you can't get enough of it. I order 12 pieces of chicken wings, eat them all and still want more... Needless to say, I was wasting a lot of money and calories eating at Wing Stop all the time. So I learned how to make them myself. After learning how easy it is to make the same exact wings I paid $20 for. I never went back to Wing Stop again. Mine are super delicious, and as you can see for yourself in the video. Its done in literally 4 minutes. The oven does the rest. No Mess...

Get the written Chicken Wing recipe here

From my kitchen to yours
God Bless

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

'In the kitchen with Elise' Contest

Look at the new blog shirt, isn't it cute? I had it made with the new 'In the kitchen with Elise' blog logo. I felt confident in it and didn't stop getting compliments all day today as I wore it. I loved it, got 2 shirts made for myself. 

Guess what!!! You have a chance to win an 'In the kitchen with Elise' memorabilia too... I haven't decided yet what its going to be. Could be a shirt, hat, sweater,pen, kitchen tool, the options are endless.

Here is two ways you can win. 
  1. Starting from today until the last day of September whoever makes the most comments throughout the month on any of my blog posts will win something small
  2. Starting from today until the last day of September whoever actually tries and cooks/bakes the most of my recipes will also win, but something a little bigger (since this one is a little harder right : - ) 
Simply comment on my blog posts ( but don't forget to put your first and last name, or log into your google account before commenting) or cook, bake any of my recipes and email me the picture of the dishes you made at Put into practice what my blog is all about... Cooking, baking and bettering yourself in the kitchen. This is a small incentive to help you get more involved, and much more motivated in the kitchen. I'm sure it will work.

Anyone can win. No matter who you are or where you are in the world. How cool would that be, for you to win your very own 'In the Kitchen with Elise' memorabilia. Out of thousands of blog viewers... Thats amazing. 

At the end of the contest. September 30th. I will contact the winner of each contest and get your information to mail your prizes off to you. The contest starts now.

Who wants it more?

Ready,Set, Cook : - ) 
Have fun

From my kitchen to yours
God Bless

Friday, August 22, 2014

Ice cream cone cupcake

For this unique cupcake I just made a basic cake. You can do whatever flavor you want... Follow my basic cake recipe and make your favorite cake flavor. Preheat your oven to 350F or 175C Then get regular ice cream cones and fill them half way with your cake batter, place them neatly standing on a baking tray (careful not to knock them over)  and bake in the oven for 22 - 24 minutes. Remove from oven and let it cool before you frost it with your favorite frosting. Try this delicious cream cheese frosting

In this picture I used a red velvet cupcake frosted with cream cheese frosting, Super delicious and really cute.

From my kitchen to yours
God Bless

Stuffed Bread

I made this homemade bread today for a few friends and it was delicious. I rolled out the dough and filled it with turkey/ham, cream cheese, and spinach. It was honestly really good and disappeared in minutes. The fun part is that you can stuff it with whatever you want.

Try stuffing it with shredded chicken, ground meat, tuna or anything that you like putting on bread and just bake it in the dough. Quick and easy. Definitely a crowd pleaser...

Sad part is I didn't even get a chance to get a snap shot of the completed bread, it was that good...When you cut into it, its nice and soft filled with all these dibble treats

Here is my Homemade Bread dough  recipe and all you need to do is roll it out, stuff it and bake it. That simple. As you can see the dough itself is also very simple to make.

From my kitchen to yours
God bless

Monday, August 18, 2014

Grilled head of cabbage

Simple, just rinse your cabbage and cut it into thick pieces, season it with a bit of salt and pepper. Now grab a frying pan and put about 1 tbsp of butter, turn your fire on to medium low heat and put in your cabbage. Cover the frying pan and allow it to cook about 5 minutes, or until soft and starting to brown. Flip over and do the same to the other side.

Be creative and stuff it, eat it just as it is, along with a meal, sprinkle it with cheese and even bake it in the oven. You choose

From my kitchen to yours
God Bless

Saturday, August 16, 2014


Yes, a video FINALLY!!!! : - ) my blog viewers have been urging me to put up another video of how to cook. Due to my hectic schedule recently I haven't been able to. Until now : - )

Today I'm teaching you to make 'Panquecas' A delicious meat filled thin dough that melts in your mouth. Rolled up into little burrito rolls and when bitten containing a delicious  light layer of your yummy filling inside this light  and fluffy dough.

Quick and simple to make. Watch the video and cook along to get yours just as delicious.

Ingredients                                  Filling:
liquid dough:                              (seasonings of your choice: salt, pepper,garlic salt, lawry's)
1 cup milk                                  turkey minced meat OR (chicken, beef, tuna)
1 cup flour                                  onions, peppers diced
1 egg                                           shredded mozzarella cheese
                                                    1 jar tomato sauce                                      

Add in your milk and eggs first and lastly your flour, and beat all of these ingredients together in a blender for about 30 seconds or until smooth. Turn your stove onto medium heat and place your empty frying pan on there to allow it to get warm. After your pan is warm add in your blended dough 1 ladle at a time (turning your pan to allow the liquid dough to cover the entire pan) allow to cook for about 30 seconds or until bubbles form all around the dough and the edges begin to lightly brown. Flip it over and cook the other side just until just browned. About 15 seconds.

Set aside all of your dough.

In a big pot cook your meat on medium-high in a spoon of oil (cover and allow to cook until nice and browned, if it becomes too dry and begins sticking to your pot add in 1/4 cup water and allow to continue cooking) Once your meat id FULLY COOKED and completely browned add in your seasonings a little at a time ( be careful not to over salt) now add in your diced onions and peppers. Cook for another 5 minutes, turn your fire off and add in your jar of tomato sauce. Mix in and set aside.

Preheat your oven to 350F or 175C
Now form your panquecas by placing the meat in the center of your dough and rolling it into a stick-like egg roll shape. Place individually onto a pyrex. water down your tomato sauce to throw on top by adding a bit of water to your empty jar of tomato sauce, cover and shake around to get all the rest of the tomato sauce out of it. Pour this sauce on top of your panquecas in the pyrex, sprinkle some cheese on top and place into your oven for about 5 - 10 minutes or until your cheese begins to brown. Remove, decorate with what you have and serve with your favorite side dishes.

Great served with rice and black beans (Brazilian style)
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Friday, August 15, 2014

Marshmallow tree

Look how unique, A friend of mine made it for a little party she was having and look how beautiful it looks. Very easy to make and cost efficient. Use something like this in your next party to treat your guests, as a part favor or just simply to enjoy.

Get a little simple box and fill the bottom with a square foam that fits into the box, get a skewer stick ( The same used for kebobs) and stick it into the foam square.Now get another foam piece but circular and stick to the top of the skewer. Get your different colored marshmallows and stick them each with toothpicks, stick your toothpicks individually into the top round foam of your skewer until it is full as pictured above. Lastly take your little bows, ribbons, fluff or anything you choose to use to cover up the skewer stick and the foam square at the bottom.

Thanks Lorena for this creative idea : - )

From my kitchen to yours
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