Use refrigerated or frozen shredded potatoes to make these veggie packed pancakes in minutes. Or stir together the night before and have ready in the refrigerator to cook for breakfast.
Culinary consultant to food companies and commodities board for 20 years. As a culinary consultant to food companies and commodity boards for over 20 years, Rosemary’s approach to recipe development is ‘real-life recipes for regular cooks,’ following her 4-A’s: Appealing, Approachable, Accurate and Achievable for everyday cooking.
With attention to current trends and consumer appeal, her recipes are trendy, yet not too edgy. She strives for intriguing, without intimidating, and healthful when appropriate to the product or promotion.
She loves the mission of creating an irresistible recipe to go with a product. One favorite and challenging project was recipes using Dreyer’s frozen fruit bars. What could be made with a fruit bar on a stick? She turned the bars into custom flavored beverages.
A party fruit “bar” for guests to create their own flavors of mojitos, margaritas and mimosas.
This quick wrap can be eaten out of hand for an on-the-go breakfast. You can also make it the night before and pack for breakfast or lunch, then reheat briefly in the microwave.
Stir together these whole wheat pancakes in minutes and top with sliced banana and walnuts, if you like. For a ready-to-heat breakfast, make them ahead, wrap well and refrigerate, then reheat for a few seconds in the microwave.
This easy recipe is eggs and toast all in one, with some healthy greens too!
Carne asada means grilled meat. Since the meat is cut in strips, a grill pan or skillet works well instead of a barbecue. The meat is seasoned before it goes in the pan, and then served on tortillas with a choice of condiments like guacamole, red onion, cilantro and lime.
This guacamole has lots of colorful cherry tomatoes to lighten it up. Cumin and lime add a nice flavor boost.
Skip the sugary mixes and blend strawberries, lime juice and a touch of agave syrup to sweeten this crowd-pleasing party drink. Agave syrup is sweeter than simple syrup, so about half as much is needed for sweetening beverages. Agave syrup and tequila are both made from the agave plant, so they are a naturally good combination.
These rich chocolate brownies spiked with smoky Ancho chile powder, cinnamon, nutmeg and cayenne add a spicy-sweet finish to a Mexican meal or Cinco de Mayo celebration.
It’s easy to make these pretty brownies. Stir peanut butter into half the batter and melted chocolate into the other half, then swirl in the pan before baking – voila!
Tea flavored butter frosting adds an elegant touch to traditional butterscotch brownies. Use your favorite Earl Grey or spiced Chai tea leaves to make a strong infusion for the frosting.
White beans cook into a hearty-rich broth for this one-pan chicken and vegetables skillet meal. Serve with crusty bread and a salad.
Sweet onions, tangy goat cheese and a light egg custard filling make an elegant tart perfect for a light lunch or appetizer. Serve warm or room temperature.