Lauren Jensen
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Don’t settle for a bland Lentil Soup. Make it right and you’ll have everyone begging for more! All it takes is a hint of spice flavourings, bay leaves and finishing it off with a touch of lemon. It makes all the difference!

Don’t settle for a bland Lentil Soup. Make it right and you’ll have everyone begging for more! All it takes is a hint of spice flavourings, bay leaves and finishing it off with a touch of lemon. It makes all the difference!

Slow Cooker Creamy Tuscan Chicken with sun-dried tomatoes and spinach

Slow Cooker Creamy Tuscan Chicken with sun-dried tomatoes and spinach

So easy to make and with the right amount of pumpkin flavor, these pumpkin cheesecake bars taste exactly like a cheesecake that crossed paths with a pumpkin pie – the best of both worlds!

So easy to make and with the right amount of pumpkin flavor, these pumpkin cheesecake bars taste exactly like a cheesecake that crossed paths with a pumpkin pie – the best of both worlds!

Moist carrot cake recipe

Moist carrot cake recipe

You don't have to be Irish to feel lucky.

You don't have to be Irish to feel lucky.

These Irish Potato bites are the perfect St. Patricks Day recipe! Little bites of potato filled with corned beef and cheese, what could be a better St. Patricks Day appetizer?!

These Irish Potato bites are the perfect St. Patricks Day recipe! Little bites of potato filled with corned beef and cheese, what could be a better St. Patricks Day appetizer?!

Who says St. Patrick’s Day has to be all shades of green? Add a healthy splash of color to your snack table with this how-to rainbow fruit platter! 1. First gather and slice fruit. We suggest raspberries, oranges, pineapple, kiwi and blueberries. 2. Arrange each fruit of choice according to its color in a rainbow pattern: red, orange, yellow, green and blue. 3. Don’t forget the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! Add some gold candy coins to accent your platter with a chocolate treat.

Who says St. Patrick’s Day has to be all shades of green? Add a healthy splash of color to your snack table with this how-to rainbow fruit platter! 1. First gather and slice fruit. We suggest raspberries, oranges, pineapple, kiwi and blueberries. 2. Arrange each fruit of choice according to its color in a rainbow pattern: red, orange, yellow, green and blue. 3. Don’t forget the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! Add some gold candy coins to accent your platter with a chocolate treat.

Last week I started my St. Patricks day menu off with some home made Corned beef , which you should all have marinating in your fridge...

Last week I started my St. Patricks day menu off with some home made Corned beef , which you should all have marinating in your fridge...

Guacamole Cups | gimmesomeoven.com

Guacamole Cups | gimmesomeoven.com

The nice people at the Wisconsin Cheese Board  recently asked me to do a guest post for them over on their blog .  They said it could be an...

The nice people at the Wisconsin Cheese Board recently asked me to do a guest post for them over on their blog . They said it could be an...