The magazines are in and I'm drooling on my keyboard. Check out my favorite recipes (and soon-to-be your favorites, too!) from the month of September.
White Sheet Cake from Southern Living
Southern Living always dose a bang-up job of covering tailgating. From what to eat to what to wear, the magazine hits the high notes each year and 2013 is no exception. Check out this adorable cake! Decorated like petit fours, this cake has something for every fan's team. Dibs on that Alabama A! Who's ready for game day?
Huevos Rancheros Wraps from Cooking Light
Brrrring! School is back in session and the battle to beat the bell rages every morning. If you're the kind of person who can barely make sure everyone in wearing pants, then you're unlikely to get away with making eggs benedict for a sit-down breakfast at the family table. Instead, make a grab-and-go burrito that you can prep the night before. Tummies are full, family is happy, and your day hasn't hit five-alarm status before 8am. Score. Well done, Cooking Light!
Green Bean Fries with Spicy Mayo from Sunset
Dying to polish your culinary skills? Fried green beans are the thing right now. So long sweet potato fries! These babies are crisp on the outside, juicy on the inside, and delicious when paired with the spicy dipping sauce. Sunset hits another appetizer home run!
Cherry Tomato-Halloumi Skewers from Health
This summer I learned something amazing. Blistered cherry tomatoes are delicious! I popped a few on my traditional kebabs and promptly fell in love. Imagine if I'd known to pair them with a firm cheese? My life may be changed forever. Thanks, Health!
Tomato-Feta Bites from Coastal Living
School open house, game-day party, wine night with the neighbors, the possibilities for serving these delicious cuties are endless. Plus, when a recipe looks this fresh and calls for only six ingredients, I know it's going to be a winner. I may not be at the beach, Coastal Living, but a girl can dream, right?
Penne with Spinach and Sausage from All You
The return to school schedules means that dinner is often squished between homework, practice, and the ever-evaporating family time. Squeeze in a few extra minutes with your crew by serving a one-dish dinner that's loaded with nutrition and delicious flavor. Easy pasta recipes are key to quick dinners, so having one loaded with veggies and sausage is a no-brainer for my menu this week.
What's your favorite find from our magazines this month?