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Apple Crumble Sundae via JennySheaRawn.com

Apple Crumble Sundae

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Apple Crumble Sundae.The holidays are upon us and sweet, decadent desserts abound ... pies, crumbles, cookies, cakes. They are tempting, aren't they? Well, most of them anyway. I tend to gravitate to apple crumbles (a la mode), and anything chocolate. But, I very picky about my desserts because I am, and always have been, a dessert person. I'd gladly replace lunch with a vanilla soft serve ice cream cone from Carvel (which my mom and I used to do on occasion), though sadly (but for the better!), nowadays, that rarely happens. The truth is, I eat dessert every night.  My typical go-to dessert is either a handful of chocolate covered raisins or hot chocolate. During the holiday season, I quickly find myself overloaded and maxed out on the heavy, carb and sugar laden desserts halfway through the [Read More]

Crispy Brussels Sprout and Mozzarella Skewers with Savory Wild Blueberry Dipping Sauce via JennySheaRawn.com
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By posting this Crispy Brussels Sprout and Mozzarella Skewers with Savory Wild Blueberry Dipping Sauce recipe, I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Wild Blueberries and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.Crispy Brussels Sprout and Mozzarella Skewers with Savory Wild Blueberry Dipping Sauce. Garlicky roasted Brussels sprouts skewered with creamy mozzarella served with a savory and sweet wild blueberry dipping sauce. The velvety and tangy dipping sauce is the perfect accompaniment to earthy and slightly bitter vegetables like Brussels sprouts, but also pairs perfectly as a sauce for seafood, especially scallops and salmon. So, while you're making a batch, double it, so you can multipurpose it. Why a wild blueberry dipping sauce? Well, we love wild blueberries, first and foremost. We always have a [Read More]

Cranberry Pumpkin Upside Down Cake via JennySheaRawn.com
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Cranberry Pumpkin Upside Down Cake.Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post and all opinions are my own. However, I have partnered with Ocean Spray in the past on paid project work, including a recent RD Cranberry Harvest Tour. I also am a part of the Cranberry Bog Blogger network, where I occasionally receive cranberry related goodies in the mail. This post and Cranberry Pumpkin Upside Down Cake recipe includes cranberries because I love them - as do most of of you! It's cranberry season here on the Cape (yay!), which means those tart and gorgeous ruby red gems have been harvested from the local cranberry bogs and are now ready for blending, chopping, roasting, boiling and baking. And they're ready to be drizzled in cranberry honey, covered with spiced pumpkin batter and baked in this Cranberry [Read More]

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Thai Sesame Lime Noodle Bowl via JennySheaRawn.com

Thai Sesame Lime Noodle Bowl

I created this Thai Sesame Lime Noodle Bowl for Drew’s, maker of all-natural salad dressings, salsas and marinades, as part of an ongoing partnership with them. I was compensated for the recipe creation, but not for this post and all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting brands that make My Cape Cod Kitchen possible! This Thai Sesame Lime Bowl is flavorful, fresh and satifying … and is ready in minutes, so is perfect for a weeknight dinner. The tofu is marinated then pan-fried and served atop rice vermicelli noodles, sliced cucumbers, scallions, crushed peanuts and mint leaves. Then the whole bowl is drizzled with Thai Sesame Lime Dressing. Thai food (especially Pad Thai and fresh spring rolls loaded with mint and Thai basil) is one of our favorite cuisines. But here on the Cape, we […]

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Avocado and Tofu Power Bowl via JennySheaRawn.com

Avocado Tofu Power Bowl

Avocado Tofu Power Bowl.This Avocado Tofu Power Bowl is packed with flavor and nutrition. And it’s one of my favorite lunchtime bowls because it has all the best fixins and it’s ready in less than 5 minutes. Good lunchtime power bowls will satisfy you almost until dinner, but won’t leave you wishing you could take an afternoon siesta. They’ll have protein, fiber, healthy fats, healthy carbs and will have variety of textures – smooth, crisp, crunchy, and so on – like this Avocado Tofu Power Bowl. And, most importantly, the best power bowls will be made with the freshest and best ingredients, so they’ll taste so good that you won’t mind eating them every day for lunch, like we do. This month’s Recipe ReDux theme is Plant Protein Power Bowls: Packed with protein, fiber and color, plant power […]

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Roasted Butternut Squash with Goat Cheese and Pumpkin Seeds via JennySheaRawn.com

Roasted Butternut Squash with Goat Cheese and Pumpkin Seeds

Roasted Butternut Squash with Goat Cheese and Pumpkin Seeds. I created this recipe for Drew’s, maker of all-natural salad dressings and marinades, as part of an ongoing partnership with them. I was compensated for the recipe creation, but not for this post and all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting brands that make My Cape Cod Kitchen possible! A pretty fall side dish that has been finding a spot weekly on our dinnertable. This Roasted Butternut Squash with Goat Cheese and Pumpkin Seeds is quick and simple to make and showcases (one of) the best fall produce picks: butternut squash. We cannot get enough of butternut squash right now. We’ve been getting it weekly in our CSA share (yay!) and buying it up on our grocery runs. Lucca loves butternut squash and it’s one of the […]

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Caprese Potato Salad via JennySheaRawn.com

Caprese Potato Salad

I created this recipe for Drew’s, maker of all-natural salad dressings and marinades, as part of an ongoing partnership with them. I was compensated for the recipe creation, but not for this post and all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting brands that make My Cape Cod Kitchen possible! Caprese Potato Salad. This fresh, light, mayo-free potato salad is perfect for summertime cook-outs and picnics. It highlights the best of summer produce – fresh basil and tomatoes. I’ve never been a fan of potato salad or other mayo-laden “salads” like tuna, chicken or egg salad. My mom made tuna salad for us as kids, but she used a heavy hand of vinegar and little to no mayo. I liked and still like that tuna salad, but avoid all other creamy “salad” concoctions, especially those […]

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