Author Archives: nancyc

Sweet Pickle Deviled Eggs

Sweet Pickle Deviled Eggs @ NancyCI’ve made deviled eggs several different ways, but hadn’t ever made them with sweet pickle relish. I know lots of people make deviled eggs that way, so I decided to give it a try. I found that the pickle relish gives these eggs a good flavor and the pickle taste is mild, so you don’t need to worry about it being too overpowering. The first time I made these was for a baby shower and everyone really liked them! Continue reading

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Chocolate Zucchini Snack Cake

Chocolate Zucchini Snack Cake @ NancyCIf you are a chocolate-lover, here’s a recipe you need to try! This Chocolate Zucchini Snack Cake is a cross between a cake-like brownie and a chocolate cake. It’s so simple, it just has semi-sweet mini chocolate chips sprinkled on top instead of frosting. The zucchini makes the cake so very moist–and I think it’s amazing that you can’t even tell there is any zucchini in this! The mini seem-sweet chocolate chips make this cake extra Continue reading

Orange-Almond Muffins

Summer is the perfect time for making citrus-flavored muffins, like these Orange-Almond Muffins! They have a great orange flavor, and sliced almonds give them a light, nutty taste. They’re good without any toppings, but if you’re making these muffins for a brunch or tea, you may want to fancy them up a bit with the Simple Orange Glaze and a few other toppings! Continue reading

Cheesy Zucchini Cornbread

I’m a big fan of cornbread and this Cheesy Zucchini Cornbread is perfect for summer, when there seems to be no shortage of zucchini at farmer’s markets and in most homegrown gardens! It’s a savory, cheesy cornbread, flavored with Italian seasoning and a hint of garlic and onion. Cheddar cheese is mixed in the batter and sprinkled on top. Continue reading

Banana Mango Orange Smoothie

Banana Mango Orange Smoothie @ NancyCThis smoothie has kind of a long name but it sounds good, doesn’t it? I found this recipe in a cookbook called Eating Clean in Costa Rica. The instructions for the recipe included amounts measured in grams, milliliters, etc., so I converted the amounts and adjusted some amounts slightly. Continue reading