Start your day off with a tasty lunchtime classic turned into a breakfast pastry!
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Prep: 25 minutes Bake: 25 minutes Serves: 6
1 package (14.1 ounces) refrigerated pie crusts
All-purpose flour for dusting
½ cup creamy peanut butter
¼ cup raspberry fruit spread
1 large egg
½ cup powdered sugar
1 tablespoon whole milk
1 tablespoon finely crushed honey graham crackers
Preheat oven to 375°; line rimmed baking pan with parchment paper. Soften pie crusts as label directs.
Lightly dust work surface with flour; unroll pie crusts. With knife, cut 4 (3½ x 3-inch) rectangles from each pie crust. Gather dough scraps; with rolling pin, roll out scraps and cut 4 more rectangles. Place about 1 heaping tablespoon peanut butter and 2 teaspoons preserves in center of 6 rectangles; top each with remaining 6 rectangles, seal edges with fork and place on prepared pan.
bowl, whisk egg; brush over tarts. With paring knife, cut 2 small slits in top
of each tart; bake 25 minutes or until golden brown. Makes 6 tarts.
bowl, whisk sugar and milk; carefully spread over tarts and sprinkle with
graham cracker crumbs.
Fall is a beautiful season. I don’t think a single person can disagree with that. The green leaves change to beautiful reds, oranges and yellows. The warmth in the air turns to a slight crisp and the the outdoor celebrations turn into family fun at home.
The season always seems to come and go too quick with the bitter chill of winter following. Take time this fall season to slow down and enjoy family and friends in the comfort of your home. Here are 10 ways to do just that!
Enjoy dinner outdoors with your family in the slight chill before it gets too cold.
Simplify your weeknight with Culinary Tours® Sesame Teriyaki Sauce to create a quick teriyaki salmon. To see savings on your favorite Culinary Tours® products, click here.
4 (5-6 oz.) salmon filets
1/2 cup Culinary Tours Sesame Teriyaki Sauce
1 cup long grain white rice
2 cups water
salt and pepper
1 lb. broccoli or broccolini trimmed
1 green onion, chopped
sesame seeds (optional)
Heat oven to 450 degrees.
On a sheet pan lined with foil, add broccoli to one side. Toss broccoli with olive oil, salt and pepper. To the other side, add salmon fillets. Season salmon with salt and pepper and top with 1/2 of the teriyaki sauce.
Roast for 15-17 minutes. Meanwhile, rinse rice until water runs clear. bring rice to a boil with 2 cups water in a small pot over medium-high heat. Sprinkle with salt. Cover and reduce heat to simmer. Cook 15 minutes until water is absorbed. Fluff rice with a fork and keep warm with the heat off. Drizzle with remaining teriyaki sauce before serving. Garnish with green onions and sesame seed.
Tis the season for tailgating! We all know that the essentials to any great tailgate are good people, great food and, of course, the game. All of those things can be enjoyed in the comfort of your home. This year surround yourself with your favorite people and foods and make this tailgating season one to remember.
You are in charge of getting your favorite people together, but we are here to help with the menu. Every tailgating party needs wings, dips and desserts so we have created a list of some of our favorites that are perfect for any football feast.
As a member of the gourd family, pumpkins have a variety of uses. The most popular use is of course the carving of Jack-O-Lanterns; however, there are many other things that a pumpkin can be incorporated into. We’ve given you some fun cooking and recipe ideas to make sure your fall season is unforgettable!
One thing to understand is which pumpkin to use for specific things.
For Pies & Purees
Sugar Pie Pumpkins
These pumpkins are sweet and have a less dense skin that allows easy baking. You won’t be disappointed in the taste! For step-by-step instructions on how to make your own puree visit Allrecipes.com