Place 4 ice cream sandwiches in pan. Top with 1/3 the Cool whip. Drizzle fudge and caramel over the top. Sprinkle half the chopped Milky Ways over the topping. Top with remaining ice cream sandwiches. Top with half of the remaining Cool Whip. Drizzle fudge and caramel over the top and top with remaining Cool Whip. Sprinkle remaining candy bars and a little more caramel, then freeze. You can also substitute Milky Ways for Reese’s cups and caramel for peanut butter for a PB cup ice cream sandwich cake.
14 oz can petite diced tomatoes with Italian seasoning
1 c. fat free half and half
1 TB dried basil
½ tsp red pepper flakes
½ tsp paprika
¼ tsp salt
¼ tsp pepper
1 1/2 c. shredded Mozzarella
2 lbs shrimp, without shells and deveined
Cook pasta in boiling water until al dente’. Meanwhile, spray large skillet with cooking spray. Add garlic powder, salt and onion and stir to combine. Add broth, tomatoes, half and half, basil, red pepper flakes, paprika, salt and pepper. Simmer on low and add Mozzarella and shrimp. Combine well then cover. When shrimp are done fold in cooked pasta. Yield: 5 servings.
So last night Hubby and I went to Pepe’s & Mito’s in downtown Dallas. It’s in a cute, happening little area of downtown. Lots of restaurants and clubs. I had Albondiga Soup. It had a tasty beef broth with these little egg patties. I was trying to describe the patty –it’s like a tiny frittata with beef and potato and veggies in it. Delicious! Hubby had the Tacos Nortenos. I tasted it– that meat was seasoned so nice! Very yummy! Pepe was in the kitchen, but his wife seated us and came over after we were finished. Very sweet lady! We’ll definitely visit Pepe’s & Mito’s again!
In large saucepan, add bacon, onion and bell pepper. After bacon is crisp, remove from pan, drain on paper towels then chop and return to pan. Add corn, water, bouillon, jalapenos, chipotle powder, salt, pepper, and lime. Simmer 15 minutes then stir in cream cheese and stir until well combined. Serve.
Hubby said I could make this again too. We do like some wing sauce!
Buffalo Chicken Salad
2 c. whole wheat pasta
¼ c. wing sauce
2 c. cooked, diced chicken
1/3 c. whipped cream cheese
9 oz bag romaine
1 c. shredded carrots
1 c. sliced celery
¼ c. crumbled blue cheese
Cook pasta in boiling water. In small skillet, cook wing sauce, chicken and cream cheese; heat through. Meanwhile on a platter, place romaine, carrots and celery; sprinkle with blue cheese. Drain pasta and add to chicken mixture; toss to combine. Top lettuce with chicken and pasta mixture. Serve.
Hubby really liked this one. “This would be great on a flip flop!” It’s a really versatile dish.
Tomatillo Pulled Chicken
2 (11 oz) cans tomatillos, drained
¼ c. diced roasted green chilis
1 green onion
1 c. loosely packed cilantro leaves
2 TB lime juice
½ tsp garlic powder
½ tsp ground cumin
Salt and pepper, to taste
3 c. diced cooked chicken
1/3 c. whipped cream cheese
In blender, combine tomatillos, green chilies, onion, cilantro, lime juice, jalapeno, garlic powder, cumin, salt and pepper. Pour mixture into a medium saucepan with chicken and cream cheese and heat through. Serve with rolls, tortillas or tortilla chips.
Spray large skillet with cooking spray. Add onion and cook until translucent; about 5 minutes. Add tortilla chips. Could also add chopped cooked chicken. Add eggs to the pan and stir with chips until almost set. Pour in black beans, tomatoes and salsa. Stir to combine and heat through. Top with cheese.
So this rainy Saturday Hubby and I decided to try out another DDD restaurant. He decided on Pizza and we journeyed down I35E. Located in what appears to be an old warehouse or something in West End it has kept the feel and uniqueness and added everything needed to make it a cool hang out. We ordered a large Durty Dough Pizza. If you are looking for cheap pizza, this is not the place. But oh my! If you are looking for something unique and delicious you really need to try Tutta’s. Smoked pulled pork, chicken, brisket and bacon, chopped serrano peppers, mozzarella and Tutta’s special BBQ sauce. Delicious! It’s a thin doughy crust. My first bite I get a taste of perfectly smoked meat, mozzarella, bacon and little of that serrano. It’s not spicy hot, just good. Then you notice the mozzarella and the light sauce. Hubby says, “You know what I like about the sauce? It’s not overwhelming so you can still taste all the fun stuff.” Mmmmmm…and it was LARGE. We brought some home. Bet it doesn’t make it til tomorrow. 🙂
I’m not positive I’ll be able to keep hanging it this way as it is tilting a little. I may have to get more chain and create a “basket” for it to sit in (2 longer pieces of chain that will make an X underneath and come up to the top and gather in a carabiner). But it’s pretty cute.