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It’s time for you to relax. Cooking shouldn’t be stressful. It should be a time to unwind and serve your family nourishing and delicious foods. Who wants to stress out about cooking? Ain’t nobody got time for that! Follow these simple and easy recipes and create some amazing and delicious meals.
Book 1 of 5 in the Five Ingredient Cooking Series: Collect them all!
This cookbook was created out of necessity. I was tired of searching far and wide for ingredients that I would only use once every six months. Who wants to spend all that time and money on complex recipes you will never even cook? That’s what led me to create this cookbook full of step-by-step recipes that are easy to follow and simply prepared. Most importantly, they are real recipes for real people and your family will love them. All of the recipes only require 5 ingredients or less!
Check out some of mouthwatering 5 Ingredient Slow Cooker Recipes:
Chicken and Waffle SlidersBuffalo Chicken DipChicken SaladBuffalo Chicken SlidersShredded BBQ ChickenEasy Italian Baked ChickenChicken and Cheese RollsBarbeque Chicken LegsSlow Cooker Mexican ChickenChicken Cordon BleuShredded Buffalo ChickenSlow Cooker Chicken Salsa VerdeSlow Cooker Pancake BakeSlow Cooker Cinnamon Roll CasseroleSlow Cooker French ToastSlow Cooker Blueberry CobblerSlow Cooker Cherry Dump CakeSlow Cooker Bread PuddingSlow Cooker Peach CobblerSlow Cooker Apple Dump CakeSlow Cooker Shredded BBQ ChickenSlow Cooker Mexican ChickenSlow Cooker Hawaiian BBQ ChickenSlow Cooker Sweet PotatoesSlow Cooker Cheddar Creamed CornSlow Cooker Spinach Queso DipSlow Cooker Pulled PorkSlow Cooker Beef BurritosSlow Cooker Bacon Ranch PotatoesSlow Cooker Teriyaki ChickenSlow Cooker BBQ RibsSlow Cooker 5-ingredient ChiliSlow Cooker Apricot Orange ChickenSlow Cooker Honey Garlic ChickenSlow Cooker Italian ChickenSlow Cooker Tangy MeatballsSlow Cooker Cocktail SausagesSlow Cooker Ranch Roast BeefSlow Cooker Spicy MeatballsSlow Cooker Pork ChopsSlow Cooker Garlic TilapiaSlow Cooker Chicken and CheeseEasy Powdered Sugar DonutsSausage Breakfast CasseroleSausage, Egg, and Cheese Roll-UpsBrown Sugar BaconCinnamon Roll WafflesSouthwestern Scrambled EggsStrawberry Bacon Salad
Hannie P. Scott is a best-selling author that knows a thing or two about cooking! Cooking and experimenting with foods is her life passion. Driven by her desire for cooking for others (and herself), Hannie spends a lot of time in the kitchen. She enjoys sharing her love of food with the world by creating “no-nonsense” recipe books that anyone can use.
You can find cooking tips, advice, and recipes on her blog, www.Hanniepscott.com.
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Custard is a cooked mixture of eggs and milk that can be made sweet or savory and used in a wide variety of culinary preparations. Custards can be cooked on the stovetop to make pudding or a vanilla ice cream base. They can also be baked in the oven to create creme brulee or a variety of different pies. Sweet custards tend to have sugar, vanilla and other flavorings added to them, while savory custards usually include herbs, spices and vegetables/meat. Ideally, custard should be silky smooth even when it includes extra ingredients, such as veggies in the case of a quiche or fruit in the case of a clafoutis.
The best way to ensure that your custard is smooth is to strain it. Straining helps to remove any bits of curdled or cooked egg from the custard, making it a key step in custard-making.
How to Strain Custard
Most of the time, a recipe will direct you to strain your custard at the appropriate time. If it doesn’t, you should strain it anyway. A stovetop-cooked custard should be strained after it has thickened by pouring it through a strainer. The strainer should be fine, but your average kitchen strainer/sieve will get the job done. The heat from cooking custard on the stovetop can cause bits of egg to cook and become small lumps in the mixture. Do not press down during or after straining, as you want to remove any lumps or curdled bits from the mixture and ensure that your finished custard is silky.
Uncooked custards – or, more accurately, custards that go on to bake in the oven – should also be strained, but they should be strained prior to cooking. Straining an uncooked custard removes any bits of egg that may not have been fully emulsified in the mixing process, minimizing the chance for lumps in the baked custard. As with the cooked custards, you don’t want to press down on the mixture during straining so that you don’t accidentally press any extra egg bits back into your custard.
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Welcome to the May installment of BEB favorites!
We’re nearing the end of the month, which means it’s time for another BEB favorites!
I have a fun assortment of things I’m loving to share with you today…
LANEIGE Lip Sleeping Mask – This is the most incredible lip treatment I’ve ever used! I saw Jessica mention it last month and added it to my Sephora sale order, and it might be my favorite purchase. I put it on probably every other night and my perpetually dry lips are now NEVER CHAPPED. That is basically insane. I am totally in love with this!
ThirdLove Bras – I first heard of these a couple of years ago and have been wanting to try them, then a coupon showed up in the mail so I finally tried a few. They are AMAZING. The fit is fantastic and they are so comfortable.
Roomba – A lot of people ask how we manage all of the dog hair that comes with having two Golden Retrievers and THIS. IS. IT. We run it every night after we go to bed and it keeps most of the crazy hair at bay. I still swiffer the floors every couple of days to get the corners and under chairs that the Roomba can’t reach, but it makes a MASSIVE difference.
Wool Dryer Balls – I’ve been using these for years, as I wanted to eliminate dryer sheets and they are perfect. The only time I get static is if I dry something that’s fleece; otherwise I don’t have any issues.
American Eagle Jeans – I got these Next Level Jeggings a couple of weeks ago after complimenting two other moms at Joseph’s preschool pickup on their jeans over the last few months and they both said they were from American Eagle. I admittedly haven’t worn anything from there since college, but I figured I’d give them a try and I love them! They are flattering with a nice amount of softness and stretch, which has been perfect for after my c-section, as the “regular” jeans I’ve put on can still irritate my stomach.
One Line a Day Journal – I mentioned this a couple Fridays ago; I’ve started using it and I love it! It’s a simple little diary to record thoughts for the day; it will be a great way to look back on years past (you record five years worth!). I also started using The Five Minute Journal, which is more introspective, less diary, and I love them both!
Tory Burch Miller Sandals – I’ve had these on my wish list FOR.EV.ER and finally got them. They are gorgeous in person and, most importantly, comfortable! They are a splurge, but I own very few shoes, opting most times to go for quality over quantity (I have the same motto with purses!).
Yeti Rambler – I just jumped on the Yeti bandwagon a little while ago, after using Tervis for years, but I wanted to move to stainless vs plastic. I was amazed at how ice cold it keeps my water, and then was thrilled that one of the gifts my cousin got for us bridesmaids last week was a Yeti tumbler! Now I can start a little collection 🙂
That’s a wrap with what I’ve been loving recently! I would love to hear about some of your new favorites as well; share them in the comments below!
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