Brownie Bites with Caramel Buttercream

Ok I have a confession to make, and I tell you this is complete confidence that you won’t judge. I buy brownie mix, just to make it and then eat the batter. I tell no lies. I do realize that there are raw eggs in brownie batter, but I have said it before, I have […]

Crock-Pot® BBQ Chicken Sandwiches & GIVEAWAY

Whoot Whoot..the Big Game is on Sunday! None of my teams are in the game this year, so I suppose I will watch it for the commercials. That’s what girl do right? Watch the game for the new commercials. If you are entertaining for the game, you know you need a bunch of easy, non-fancy […]

Chicken Cordon Bleu Bites

The big football game is coming up. Don’t you think it silly we can’t actually print the words that rhyme with Duper Soul?? Soooo, I shall be the rule follower that I am and call it ‘The Big Game”. I can’t even begin to tell you how easy this little tasty appetizer is. Their assembly […]

Swiss Cheese Fondue

Why must we insist on going to a fancy schmancy Fondue restaurant to spend over $100 on fondue? Fondue is ridiculously easy to make and you probably already have everything on hand to make it. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Valentines Day is just a month away, save yourself some […]

Cajun Roasted Chicken and Vegetable 15 Bean Soup

Hip Hip Hooray…a healthy recipe. There was a time when I would never consider soup a meal. I assumed that soup would never fill me up, but I ate this soup today for lunch and it held my hunger at bay until dinnertime. My Cajun Roasted Chicken and Vegetable 15 Bean Soup is a full […]

Cuban Sandwich

I know the majority of you have never had a Cuban Sandwich, especially if you have never been to Ybor City here in Tampa. The original Cuban Sandwich was called the mixto, a sandwich comprised of ham, roast pork,swiss cheese and mustard made for Ybor City cigar workers. You can get “Cuban Sandwiches” most anywhere […]

Top 10 Recipes of 2013

Here is my annual roundup of my Top 10 viewed recipes here on The Hungry Housewife. Thank you all for stopping by my site throughout 2013. #10 Cake Batter Waffles #9 Buffalo Chicken Wing Dip Croissant Roll Ups #8 Yogurt Covered Blueberries #7 Orange Curd #6 Pressure Cooker Beef Stroganoff  #5 Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars  #4 […]

Happy Holidays (photo edition)

I’m a few days late wishing everyone Merry Christmas, but that’s how I roll lately! I truly hope that everyone has had a fabulous 2013. I wish you all a Happy Everything and Merry Always. Every year I share our little family photo shoot taken by my talented friend Kelly Noel Photography.  So here is […]

Peppermint Fudge

Are you scurrying around trying to find an easy sweet treat to bring to your Holiday party? I totally have you covered. You’re welcome. Peppermint Fudge. While I am a huge peppermint fan, I didn’t want my fudge to be all Peppermint-y in the fudge itself. Sooooo, I just stole some candy canes off the […]

Maple Cinnamon Candied Almonds

Candied almonds make the best little snack. You know what else they make? PERFECT Holiday Gifts. All my kids teachers will be getting some this year. After they devour the sweet crunchy little nuts, they can keep the mason jar. I mean, who doesn’t love mason jars? Aside from the nuts being ridiculously easy to […]

7 Layer Pinto Bean Dip & Giveaway

Please, please, please don’t be intimidated by the bags of dry beans you see in the grocery store.There is nothing to them. Dump them in a bowl, cover with water and soak overnight. Then pop them into a pot, cover with water again and boil for about 1 1/2 hours-2 hours. Really, it’s all hands […]

Popsicle Theater

Sadly, this post concludes my summer of being a Popsicle Blogger Ambassador. I wanted to share something adorable I found while poking around the site….. Popsicle Theater. Take a moment to check out the crafty videos on fun craft ideas with popsicle sticks. Be sure to check out my past Popsicle® posts Popsicle Party […]