This meal was especially chosen so that I could try an ingredient I had been meaning to get around to–bulgur. I read about it in Real Simple’s list of the 30 healthiest foods along with quinoa, and once I had made the latter I was hooked and couldn’t think to deviate from this new wonder food. Bulgur boasts a long list of good-for-you qualities, including more fiber than brown rice, calcium, potassium, and B vitamins. I thought, why not give it a try? And this recipe is an all in one, pile it all together and bake it kind of recipe, which makes me love it even more. Its simplicity and healthfulness make it a great, light dinner for the start of summer.
Bacon and blue cheese is a winning combination that has made its way onto our dinner table a time or two. This recipe has a great creamy sauce that will make you wonder why more pizzas don’t wander off the beaten path of marinara. These mini pizzas make a great dinner with a salad or enjoy as an appetizer.
My husband and I love to try new recipes and learn new techniques; the possibilities are endless. But there will always be those favorite recipes that stay near and dear to our hearts. This amazing recipe typically is on our list when we aren’t sure what to make. I daresay that occasionally a month or two will go by when we forget about our old friend, which once realized is always followed by a quick trip to the grocery store. The ingredients in this braid meld together into creamy, cheesy goodness wrapped up in hot, flaky croissant. It’s a great recipe that is very pretty and extremely versatile, so give it a shot and make it your own.